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    Re: 10-5-22 Reds vs Cubs 4:10

    India has been scratched, Lopez is replacing him as DH and leading off


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    Re: 10-5-22 Reds vs Cubs 4:10

    Ashcraft gets the Cubs 1-2-3 in top of the 1st

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    Re: 10-5-22 Reds vs Cubs 4:10

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Servo View Post
    Congrats to India and Farmer for being the last men standing from Opening Day to Closing Day.
    Not so much. I guess India's "not standing" after all

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    I can be a melancholy day. It used to mean summer was over and fall was here. For quite a while, it also meant time to go back to school.

    But since about 1995, it’s also a reminder that the Reds are a second rate club. They seem to approach being consistently good, but then drop back into a multi-year losing trench. Most of the time they seem to shoot themselves in the foot. Or a pandemic hits.

    But here’s to looking forward to 2023. Maybe they’ll dhow some progress. My rational side says naaaaahhh, but my fan side gee maybe, you never know.
    They'll show progress in 2023. There's nowhere to go but up

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    Re: 10-5-22 Reds vs Cubs 4:10

    E6, sorry Barry.

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    Re: 10-5-22 Reds vs Cubs 4:10

    Interesting fact about those 1969 Expos-- none of the three rookies had an ERA+ over 100 (indicated a league average starter). I'm not sure the last team to do that, if any.

    The '68 Mets were really close-- Nolan Ryan had a 98 ERA+ his rookie season. Jerry Koosman and Jim McAndrew were both exceptional.

    EDIT TO ADD: Doing the legwork, it looks like the 1944 Cincinnati Reds were the last team with three rookie starters to pitch 100 innings or more and enjoy an ERA+ of 100 or more.

    27-year-old (and future MVP winner) Jim Konstanty, 32-year-old Tommy de la Cruz, and 26-year-old Arnold Carter were the last trio to do it.

    Interestingly, it was de la Cruz's sole season in the big leagues and one of only two for Carter.
    Last edited by Bourgeois Zee; 10-05-2022 at 05:08 PM.

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    Re: 10-5-22 Reds vs Cubs 4:10

    Lopez fly out LF

    Fraley line drive single to LF

    Farmer fly out LF

    Solano reaches on fielders choice, fielded by the SS, Fraley to 2B on the SS error.

    Fairchild HBP bases loaded

    Steer called out on a check swing strike 3, It didn't look like he swung at the ball.

    no score after 1 inning

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    Re: 10-5-22 Reds vs Cubs 4:10

    Happ strikes out

    Reyes single moves to 2B on WP

    Hoerner walks steals 2B

    Higgins walks

    Bote hits a 3 run HR

    Morel grounds out to 3B

    Ashcraft has thrown 40 pitches

    Cubs up 3-0 middle of the 2nd

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    Re: 10-5-22 Reds vs Cubs 4:10

    3 for the Cubs should do it.

    Looks like the last time Reds have scored more than 4 was 2 weeks ago against the Red Sox.

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    Re: 10-5-22 Reds vs Cubs 4:10

    Siani pops up to SS

    Barrero works a walk

    Romine bloops a single to RF, Barrero goes 1st to 3rd

    Lopez strikes out

    Pitch trickles a couple feet away from the catcher an Battery scores easily.

    Fraley strikes out

    Cubs 3
    Reds 1

    end of the 2nd

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    Re: 10-5-22 Reds vs Cubs 4:10

    McKinstry grounds out 2B

    Suzuki walks

    Wisdom fly out LF

    Velazquez grounds out to 3B

    Cubs lead 3-1 middle of 3

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    Re: 10-5-22 Reds vs Cubs 4:10

    Farmer fly out RF

    Solano line out 1-3

    Fairchild Triples to CF

    Steer RBI Single, Fairchild scores

    Pitching Change wit a 2-2 count on Siani
    Alzolay now pitching for Chicago

    Suzuki robbed Siani of extra bases with a leaping catch in RF

    Cubs 3
    Reds 1
    end of 3
    Last edited by Ron Madden; 10-05-2022 at 05:37 PM.

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    Re: 10-5-22 Reds vs Cubs 4:10

    Reyes pops out to SS

    Hoerner fly out to CF

    Higgins strikes out

    Cubs up 3-1 middle of 4

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    Re: 10-5-22 Reds vs Cubs 4:10

    In the only 100+ loss season in Reds' history(up to this point) , the terrific Mario Soto was the losing pitcher in loss # 100. Mario ended the season with a sub 2.8 ERA and had 14 wins. Not bad for a team that had only 61 wins on the season.


    Mario probably would have won 22 games that season had the team not been so anemic offensively.
    Last edited by Ky Fried Redleg; 10-05-2022 at 05:45 PM.
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    Re: 10-5-22 Reds vs Cubs 4:10

    Barrero strikes out

    Romine fly out to the wall in RF

    Lopez little pop up to 1B

    Cubs 3
    Reds 2

    after 4

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    Re: 10-5-22 Reds vs Cubs 4:10

    Watching this, for no other reason than it’s the last game of a miserable season, and I want to be certain it actually ends.
    “The crows seem to be calling my name,” thought Caw.

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