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    3/30/10 Reds vs. Pads

    You stay classy, San Diego.
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    Re: 3/30/10 Reds vs. Pads

    Drew Sutton's glove at SS is not helping his case.

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    Re: 3/30/10 Reds vs. Pads

    Cincinnati
    Dickerson, CF
    Sutton, SS
    Votto, 1B
    Rolen, 3B
    Bruce, RF
    Gomes, LF
    Miles, 2B
    Hanigan, C
    Harang, P

    San Diego
    Cabrera, E, SS
    Eckstein, 2B
    Venable, RF
    Blanks, LF
    Headley, 3B
    Hairston, S, CF
    Salazar, O, 1B
    Hundley, C
    Latos,

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    Re: 3/30/10 Reds vs. Pads

    Quote Originally Posted by membengal View Post
    Drew Sutton's glove at SS is not helping his case.
    Plus it clearly doesn't matter what the name is, if they are SS, they still bat second. Oh well.

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    Re: 3/30/10 Reds vs. Pads

    Harang gave up two hits and two runs in the first.

    After 1 full it is the Padres 2 Reds 0

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    Cincinnati  IP  H  R  ER   BB    SO HR
    Harang 	   1.0  2  2   1    0     2  0
    E: Sutton (2, fielding).

    2B: Blanks (7, Harang).
    TB: Eckstein; Blanks 2.
    RBI: Blanks 2 (13).

    No hits for the Reds, Votto walked in the first. There was a strikeout of Sutton and throw them out of Dickerson at second in the first.
    Last edited by Spring~Fields; 03-30-2010 at 05:39 PM.

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    Re: 3/30/10 Reds vs. Pads

    Harang walked the pitcher. Sutton committed another error. The Reds escaped that half of an inning. Still 2-0 San Diego.

    Due up
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    Re: 3/30/10 Reds vs. Pads

    Another E6 to Sutton.

    He has manos de lead-o.

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    Re: 3/30/10 Reds vs. Pads

    Quote Originally Posted by membengal View Post
    Another E6 to Sutton.

    He has manos de lead-o.

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    Re: 3/30/10 Reds vs. Pads

    In all fairness to Sutton, what good does it to play him at SS when he is trying to make the team? He's not a SS, and with Janish on the roster, will never see playing time except in an emergency.
    Why not let him play the position he will play so the team can properly evaluate him?
    "Imagination is more important than knowledge." -- Albert Einstein

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    Re: 3/30/10 Reds vs. Pads

    Quote Originally Posted by TheNext44 View Post
    In all fairness to Sutton, what good does it to play him at SS when he is trying to make the team? He's not a SS, and with Janish on the roster, will never see playing time except in an emergency.
    Why not let him play the position he will play so the team can properly evaluate him?
    Seems like you are being reasonable and right, to me. Miles $$$ is playing second today.
    Last edited by Spring~Fields; 03-30-2010 at 05:51 PM.

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    Re: 3/30/10 Reds vs. Pads

    Quote Originally Posted by TheNext44 View Post
    In all fairness to Sutton, what good does it to play him at SS when he is trying to make the team? He's not a SS, and with Janish on the roster, will never see playing time except in an emergency.
    Why not let him play the position he will play so the team can properly evaluate him?
    I agree. I look at Sutton as my choice to be back-up at third, second, and even first. He certainly has a better bat than Hernandez and has the ability to even be the sixth outfielder. I like Sutton's versitility but I do not see a reason for him to be playing short.

    He certainly is not doing himself any favors with the two errors today.

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    Re: 3/30/10 Reds vs. Pads

    Quote Originally Posted by TheNext44 View Post
    In all fairness to Sutton, what good does it to play him at SS when he is trying to make the team? He's not a SS, and with Janish on the roster, will never see playing time except in an emergency.
    Why not let him play the position he will play so the team can properly evaluate him?
    If Sutton showed himself to be an adequate SS Janish would not be a shoo in to make the roster. Sutton's play is good news for Janish' job security

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    Re: 3/30/10 Reds vs. Pads

    San Diego 4th
    Latos fly’s out to center

    Cabrera reaches on a legged out grounder to Sutton

    Eckstein reaches on slow roller, Harang throws the ball down the right field line.
    Fundamentally sound comes to mind.

    Runners at first and third with one out.

    Venable pops out

    Blanks strikes out

    Heading to the bottom of the 4th SD 5 - Reds 1
    Code:
            IP  H R ER BB SO HR ERA 
    Harang  4.0 5 5  4  2  6  1 10.38
    Last edited by Spring~Fields; 03-30-2010 at 06:48 PM.

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    Re: 3/30/10 Reds vs. Pads

    Cincy 4th

    Due up
    Gomes
    Miles
    Hanigan

    Scribner replaces Latos for SD

    Gomes pops out to the second baseman

    Miles lines a double

    Hanigan pops out to the first basemen

    Harang grounds to short, inning over
    Last edited by Spring~Fields; 03-30-2010 at 06:40 PM.

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    Re: 3/30/10 Reds vs. Pads

    Perhaps Burke is passing both Sutton and Miles.


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