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    Re: bucs @ Reds 9/4/08

    Phillips is hit by a pitch and then Votto singles to score Patterson and give the Reds their first lead of the afternoon! Encarnacion follows with a sac-fly to make it 8-6 before Bruce ends the inning with a pop-up.

    8-6 Reds as we head to the ninth.


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    Re: bucs @ Reds 9/4/08

    Good thing that Phillips was hit (but not badly) beacuse his Rolando Roomes batting like style/ways are really tiring.

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    Re: bucs @ Reds 9/4/08

    Man, was Castillo lucky that Chavez' throw to the plate was high, or else he's tagged out. Good thing on top of that that Hansen was watching the ball and so he slapped his glove down on the plate without seeing where Wilkin's hand was.

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    Re: bucs @ Reds 9/4/08

    Now Francisco Cordero comes on for the ninth. Pinch-hitter Nyjer Morgan, the pitcher's spot, and Cruz.

    Cordero whiffs Morgan swinging, and Adam LaRoche comes up to pinch-hit.

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    Re: bucs @ Reds 9/4/08

    Adam grounds to Votto on a 2-2 changeup. Two down.

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    Re: bucs @ Reds 9/4/08

    Freddy Sanchez in to pinch-hit for the hapless Luis Cruz.

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    Re: bucs @ Reds 9/4/08

    Cordero walks the free-swinging Sanchez on four straight pitches, bringing up the tying run in Raul Chavez.

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    Re: bucs @ Reds 9/4/08

    Quote Originally Posted by Doc. Scott View Post
    Cordero walks the free-swinging Sanchez on four straight pitches, bringing up the tying run in Raul Chavez.
    2 run lead and you walk Sanchez on 4 pitches?


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    Re: bucs @ Reds 9/4/08

    Slow roller to Phillips who barehands the ball and throws it away. Tough play but he usually makes that play.

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    Re: bucs @ Reds 9/4/08

    Reds win 8-6.

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    Re: bucs @ Reds 9/4/08

    On comes a fourth-straight pinch-hitter, Ryan Doumit. He gets an infield hit to second, with the lead runner moving up after a throwing error for Brandon Phillips.

    Bixler pinch-running for Doumit. Up comes Brandon Moss.

    Slider, called strike. Fastball's low and outside. Change is high and outside. Waves at a slider, 2-2! 98-mph fastball stays down, running it full. Moss hits it hard... but Votto is there to record the out and wrap this one up!

    Sure, it's the Pirates- and their lineup today was just brutal- but the Reds showed some of them still care in a comeback 8-6 victory. Cincinnati salvages one in this home series.

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    Re: bucs @ Reds 9/4/08

    Why is Brandon smiling? Quit try to style for points.....that was Javier Valentin's brother running to 1st.

    And what was Brantley droning on about the runner going from 1st to 3rd for?? It's not the tying run.

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    Re: bucs @ Reds 9/4/08

    A win....whatever that is


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    Re: bucs @ Reds 9/4/08

    I know what the rules say, but Ramirez deserved the win today a heck of a lot more than Masset.
    "The players make the manager, it's never the other way." - Sparky Anderson

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    Re: bucs @ Reds 9/4/08

    Code:
    Final       1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  R  H  E  
    Pittsburgh  3  2  0  0  0  0  0  1  0  6  6  0 
    Cincinnati  0  1  1  1  1  1  0  3  X  8  12 1 
    Scoring Summary
    Top 1st: Pittsburgh
    - A. LaRoche grounded out to third, N. McLouth scored, C. Gomez to third, D. Mientkiewicz to second
    - S. Pearce singled to center, C. Gomez and D. Mientkiewicz scored

    Top 2nd: Pittsburgh
    - C. Gomez homered to deep left, R. Chavez scored

    Bot 2nd: Cincinnati
    - J. Bruce homered to deep right

    Bot 3rd: Cincinnati - J. Keppinger hit sacrifice fly to center, J. Fogg scored

    Bot 4th: Cincinnati - J. Keppinger doubled to deep left, W. Castillo scored, R. Ramirez to third

    Bot 5th: Cincinnati
    - J. Votto homered to deep left

    Bot 6th: Cincinnati - B. Phillips grounded out to second, A. Phillips scored, C. Dickerson to third

    Top 8th: Pittsburgh
    - N. McLouth homered to deep right

    Bot 8th: Cincinnati
    - W. Castillo scored, C. Patterson to third on wild pitch
    - J. Votto singled to right, C. Patterson scored, J. Keppinger to third, B. Phillips to second
    - E. Encarnacion hit sacrifice fly to deep center, J. Keppinger scored, B. Phillips to third

    Batting Cincinnati
    2B - C Dickerson (8, T Gorzelanny); J Fogg (1, T Gorzelanny); W Castillo (1, T Gorzelanny); J Keppinger (19, T Gorzelanny).

    HR - J Bruce (15, 2nd inning off T Gorzelanny 0 on, 1 Out), J Votto (17, 5th inning off J Davis 0 on, 0 Out).

    S - J Keppinger , C Dickerson.

    SF - E Encarnacion , J Keppinger.

    RBI - J Bruce (42), J Keppinger 2 (35), J Votto 2 (67), B Phillips (77), E Encarnacion (59).

    2-out RBI - J Keppinger.

    Runners left in scoring position, 2 out - B Phillips 2, W Castillo 1, J Votto 2, J Bruce 3.

    GIDP - J Bruce.

    Team LOB - 10.

    Fielding
    E - B Phillips (7, throw).

    DP - 1 (J Keppinger-J Votto).

    Batting Pittsburgh
    HR - C Gomez (1, 2nd inning off J Fogg 1 on, 2 Out), N Mclouth (24, 8th inning off N Masset 0 on, 0 Out).

    S - T Gorzelanny.

    RBI - An LaRoche (14), S Pearce 2 (9), C Gomez 2 (20), N McLouth (79).

    2-out RBI - S Pearce 2, C Gomez 2.

    Runners left in scoring position, 2 out - B Moss 1.

    GIDP - J Michaels.

    Team LOB - 3.

    Fielding
    DP - 1 (D Mientkiewicz-L Cruz-D Mientkiewicz).

    Pitching
    Code:
    Pittsburgh
    Gorzelanny  3.2 7 3 3 2 5 1 6.64  
    J. Davis    1.1 1 1 1 1 0 1 5.46  
    J. Chavez   0.2 2 1 1 0 0 0 8.10  (BS, 1)
    S. Burnett  1.1 0 0 0 0 1 0 5.06  
    C. Hansen   0.1 1 3 3 2 0 0 10.45  (L, 0-3; BS, 2)
    T.J. Beam   0.2 1 0 0 0 0 0 3.89  
     
    Cincinnati 
    J. Fogg     3.0 4 5 5 1 1 1 7.58  
    R. Ramirez  3.0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2.70  
    N. Masset   2.0 1 1 1 1 2 1 2.20  (W, 1-0)
    F. Cordero  1.0 1 0 0 1 1 0 3.52  (S, 27)
    WP - T Gorzelanny, J Davis, C Hansen.

    HBP - N McLouth (by J Fogg); E Encarnacion (by J Davis); B Phillips (by T Beam).

    Pitches-strikes - T Gorzelanny 82-48; J Davis 20-10; J Chavez 16-10; S Burnett 23-12; C Hansen 11-3; T Beam 10-7; J Fogg 59-37; R Ramirez 46-33; N Masset 25-17; F Cordero 24-13.

    Ground balls-fly balls - T Gorzelanny 1-5; J Davis 2-2; J Chavez 2-0; S Burnett 2-1; C Hansen 1-0; T Beam 0-2; J Fogg 4-4; R Ramirez 4-3; N Masset 3-1; F Cordero 2-0.

    Batters faced - T Gorzelanny 20; J Davis 6; J Chavez 4; S Burnett 4; C Hansen 4; T Beam 4; J Fogg 15; R Ramirez 9; N Masset 7; F Cordero 5.

    Time: 3:14.
    Attendance: 20,626.


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