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    NL Wild Card Schedules Week of September 6 (beginning Labor Day)

    While Sunday’s games are still unplayed, a look forward to the next week’s schedules. I’ll include the Braves here because they are in a tight race for NL East with Phils, the loser of which would be a WC contender. If “at” doesn’t appear it’s a home series.

    Reds - at Cubs (3) and at Cards (3). Off-day Thursday 9/9.

    Pads - Angels (2) and at Dodgers (3). Off-days Monday 9/6 and Thursday 9/9.

    Cards - Dodgers (4) and Reds (3).

    Phils - At Brewers (3) and Rockies (4).

    Braves - Nats (3) and Marlins (3). Off-day Monday 9/6.
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    Re: NL Wild Card Schedules Week of September 6 (beginning Labor Day)

    On a good note, we miss Wainwright in STL. On a bad note, Jon Lester is probably waiting for us.


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    Re: NL Wild Card Schedules Week of September 6 (beginning Labor Day)

    Quote Originally Posted by BluegrassRedleg View Post
    On a good note, we miss Wainwright in STL. On a bad note, Jon Lester is probably waiting for us.


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    Re: NL Wild Card Schedules Week of September 6 (beginning Labor Day)

    Next 3 days are critical. Reds play Cards for 3 games, Phillies get the easier Rockies.
    Reds really need to win at least 2 of 3 from the Cards.
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    Re: NL Wild Card Schedules Week of September 6 (beginning Labor Day)

    Phillies really blow their game vs the Rockies, they lead 2-1 with 2 outs in the 9th, gave up 1B, HR, HR.

    Mets blow a late lead against Marlins.


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