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    Reds sign former perfect game snub

    http://cincinnati.com/blogs/reds/201...ndo-galarraga/

    Ironically he will be on the roster with Jason Donald who "broke up" his perfect game

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    Re: Reds sign former perfect game snub

    I like this sign for an added depth move. If he has to be used in a pinch he could be and give him Bryan Price to work with and our defense behind him I think he could be serviceable.

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    Re: Reds sign former perfect game snub

    You can never have too much Starting Pitching depth. Love it

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    Re: Reds sign former perfect game snub

    not bad for depth at AAA...i felt so bad for him on that blown call....

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    Re: Reds sign former perfect game snub

    Like the signing....hope we never have to see him pitching for the Reds.

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    Re: Reds sign former perfect game snub

    Not bad for insurance purposes. I like it. Price may be able to make something of him given the chance. He will never be more than a AAA starter unless a spew of injuries occur, but not bad.
    Mr. Redlegs - 2012

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    Re: Reds sign former perfect game snub

    Man, we are gonna have a ton of AAA depth... Corcino, Cingrani, Redmond, Galarraga, and Villarreal are all guys I'd feel comfortable with starting a major league game in a pinch. That's not even considering the possibility of Chapman moving to the rotation and Leake being sent down. Expect few runs to be scored in Louisville this year... their lineup doesn't look all that impressive beyond Hamilton.

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    Re: Reds sign former perfect game snub

    Quote Originally Posted by The DARK View Post
    Man, we are gonna have a ton of AAA depth... Corcino, Cingrani, Redmond, Galarraga, and Villarreal are all guys I'd feel comfortable with starting a major league game in a pinch. That's not even considering the possibility of Chapman moving to the rotation and Leake being sent down. Expect few runs to be scored in Louisville this year... their lineup doesn't look all that impressive beyond Hamilton.
    Chapman to the rotation isn't just a possibility. It is going to happen. We've known this for a long time now.
    Mr. Redlegs - 2012


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