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Java du Jour: Not Fade Away
Courtesy of Jorge Arangure Jr. Well, they won! As painful as it was to watch the Reds give up an 8-run lead, the Reds managed to avoid the sweep last night. Ramon Hernandez had only one at-bat, but he made it count by driving in the winning run. Aroldis...
Posted: 7/7/2011 9:53 AM in Blog Red Machine
Down on the Farm
Minor League Player of the Day: Brennan May (AZL Reds) 2-3, 2 runs scored, 1 double, 1 homerun, 6 RBI. AAA Louisville 3 – Columbus 2 Jeremy Hermida had 2 hits including a double. He also drove in 2 RBI. Todd Frazier singled in 2 at-bats and drove in the...
Posted: 7/7/2011 9:49 AM in Redleg Nation
The Hour Grows Late
For the last couple of weeks Dusty Baker has been saying that this Reds team is “ready to explode” and “gonna go on a big run.” For the last couple of weeks the Reds have done the exact opposite. So, when the Reds had an 8-0 lead over the Cardinals the...
Posted: 7/7/2011 9:37 AM in Chris Sabo's Goggles
At Least We Get to Watch Joey Votto
We’ve all been paying close attention to the Reds’ struggles lately. Correspondingly, we’re all a little depressed. In order to bring some cheer, I thought it would be nice to talk about Joey Votto and how good he figures to be going forward. Votto is...
Posted: 7/7/2011 9:30 AM in Redleg Nation
The Morning Line, 7/7
It was 8-0, The Man needed Popsicle sticks to keep his eyes open, and he had a headache the size of Bulgaria. Time to try to sleep. Then he recalled who he was watching. Then Holliday homered and Baker left Bray in to pitch to Theriot, who doubled, then...
Posted: 7/7/2011 8:39 AM in Paul Daugherty
Farmers Only: How about a hand for BK?
It's nice to be back, but I'd like to offer a hearty thank you to BK for covering every FO post for the last 12 days. You're a mensch, BeeK. Louisville won 3-2 on a walk off sac fly by Todd Frazier. Travis Wood went 7 IP, giving up just 2 runs while ...
Posted: 7/7/2011 8:01 AM in Red Reporter
Is Scott Rolen a Hall of Famer?
I don’t have the energy this morning to recap last night’s game. The Reds won and let’s just leave it at that. While browsing the Reds blogs, I came across an interesting piece from John Fay. Only two third basemen (who have played 50 percent of their...
Posted: 7/7/2011 7:46 AM in Reds Country
Somehow, St. Louis doesn't get added to the Philadelphia, Atlantas, and San Diegos of the world. Reds win, 9-8.
Joe Nuxhall Memorial Honorary Star of the Game Ramon Hernandez. A lot of folks around here scoffed when Dusty first introduced the world to the concept of "Clutch Man Monie." Nights like tonight should make us thankful that Dusty gave us the perfect ...
Posted: 7/7/2011 2:20 AM in Red Reporter
Hard-fought 13-inning win
What a crazy game that fried the neurons of every Reds fan out there but the Reds’ 9-8 win in 13 innings I’m sure was a big sigh of relief for many of you. I’m not sure there would have been existing technology to measure the dark mood of the clubhouse...
Posted: 7/7/2011 2:00 AM in Mark My Word
Final: Reds 9, Cardinals 8 in 13
The Reds won it on Ramon Hernandez’s two-run, ground-rule RBI double. Jay Bruce walked to lead off the 13th. An out later, Drew Stubbs singled. Ryan Hanigan hit one to right that Skip Schumaker ran down. Dusty Baker went with Hernandez, his last position...
Posted: 7/7/2011 1:17 AM in Cincinnati Reds
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