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Thread: Chances Reds finish positive in Run Differential?

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    Re: Chances Reds finish positive in Run Differential?

    Quote Originally Posted by mbgrayson View Post
    Currently run differential is -2 after today's loss.
    Same as Milwaukee, who the Reds trail by 13 games. Of course, the Cubs are +111 runs, and trail Milwaukee by 4 games.

    Maybe Counsell isn't a HOF manager, but these stats don't look all that good for Bell or Maddon.
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    Re: Chances Reds finish positive in Run Differential?

    Quote Originally Posted by malcontent View Post
    Same as Milwaukee, who the Reds trail by 13 games. Of course, the Cubs are +111 runs, and trail Milwaukee by 4 games.

    Maybe Counsell isn't a HOF manager, but these stats don't look all that good for Bell or Maddon.
    Bullpen fail

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    Re: Chances Reds finish positive in Run Differential?

    -4 least we end with the Pirates to get this back

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    Re: Chances Reds finish positive in Run Differential?

    The Reds were +39 in run differential through their first 81 games.

    In the second half they've now gone -50 with four games to go.

    That's the "attitude of competitiveness" they needed entering 2020.

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    Re: Chances Reds finish positive in Run Differential?

    Reds havenít put more than 4 runs on the board since their last game in Seattle (9/12)

    Theyíve only scores >4 runs in 4 games all of September.

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    Chances Reds finish positive in Run Differential?

    Quote Originally Posted by redswin View Post
    -4 least we end with the Pirates to get this back
    The run diff of our last series with the Pirates in August: -16.

    As I recall, some thought this team had a run in it with 7 against the Bucs and Marlins and the Pirates put that to rest.

    Unless Geno and Aquino hit some 2 or 3 run bombs this weekend, I donít see it.

    Maybe we will score 15 and Castillo pitches a no-no tomorrow. Send Marty out on high note, and pad the run diff too...
    Last edited by SomeCallMeTim; 09-25-2019 at 10:54 PM.

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    Re: Chances Reds finish positive in Run Differential?

    Quote Originally Posted by REDREAD View Post
    Down to +2 now.
    Remember the halcyon days of June, when the cognoscenti were pointing to the gaudy numbers, as well touting the best bullpen staff in MLB?

    Last edited by North; 09-26-2019 at 01:01 AM.

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    Re: Chances Reds finish positive in Run Differential?

    First half of the year, folks here were excited about the positive run differential and how that boded well for our future. Now we see that it didn't mean a darn thing for our future. In fact the record seemed to doom the Pythag rather than vise versa. It was pointless to get excited about the first half Pythag. Pointless

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    Re: Chances Reds finish positive in Run Differential?

    And we end the season at -10
    Nov. 13, 2007: One of the greatest days in Reds history: John Allen gets the boot!


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