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    Re: 6-22-22 Reds vs Dodgers 6:40 PM

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    Re: 6-22-22 Reds vs Dodgers 6:40 PM

    Quote Originally Posted by mhs95_06 View Post
    Bell 0 for 2 at letting a reliever go past one inning. They may be so used to just one, then relax thinking they're done then can't put it together to go back out and be effective!
    Did the same thing last night with Reiver.

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    Re: 6-22-22 Reds vs Dodgers 6:40 PM

    This team had a nice little run (comparatively speaking) but this .200 win rate is what I expect as the norm. I had a glimmer of hope but reality slapped me.

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    Re: 6-22-22 Reds vs Dodgers 6:40 PM

    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Madden View Post
    That was the same pitch he called a ball
    Yep, I actually guessed to my self if he threw the same pitch again, especially with Senzel being so passive at the plate, it would be called a strike the next time

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    Re: 6-22-22 Reds vs Dodgers 6:40 PM

    Quote Originally Posted by durl View Post
    This team had a nice little run (comparatively speaking) but this .200 win rate is what I expect as the norm. I had a glimmer of hope but reality slapped me.
    Same here. The bullpen was pitching well, and the Reds were putting up runs. Now, they're back to doing neither of those things well. Someone mentioned the other day in on RZ that maybe Stephenson being out at C has lead to the drought in runs?

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    Re: 6-22-22 Reds vs Dodgers 6:40 PM


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    Nick Senzel was called out on strikes on pitch No. 7.

    Senzel and David Bell both spoke to the umpire after the strikeout.

    Look at pitch 7
    https://mobile.twitter.com/CharlieG_...122452/photo/1

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    Re: 6-22-22 Reds vs Dodgers 6:40 PM

    Should have lost 8-4 with two guys on, not just one. Robbed again.


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    Re: 6-22-22 Reds vs Dodgers 6:40 PM

    Quote Originally Posted by Kc61 View Post
    If a reliever is best going one inning, just let him go one inning.
    The problem is they are being trained for one inning. When they go in they need to be ready to go until they are pulled. They now don't need to be pinch hit for so no reason to let down at the end of an inning. Lot's of times it is best to let the guy go back out there for at least one batter. If you've got a lefty hitter up 2nd, you'd rather wait until he comes up to bring in the lefty pitcher. Too much emphasis is being put on guys coming in to start an inning clean!


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