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PostPosted: Fri May 09, 2008 8:29 am    Post subject: The Cincinnati Reds (10-9, 1st Place) Reply with quote

25 Man Roster:

1. Willy Taveras, CF
2. Jerry Hairston, 3B
3. Joe Votto, 1B
4. Brandon Phillips, 2B
5. Jay Bruce, RF
6. Ramon Hernandez, C
7. Laynce Nix, LF
8. Alex Gonzalez, SS

BN: Chris Dickerson, OF
BN: Adam Rosales, INF
BN: Ryan Hanigan, C
BN: Paul Janish, SS/3B/2B
BN: Jonny Gomes, OF/1B

1. Johnny Cueto
2. Aaron Harang
3. Edinson Volquez
4. Bronson Arroyo
5. Micah Owings

LR: Nick Massett
MR: Mike Lincoln
MR: Carlos Fisher
MR: Dan Herrera
MR: David Weahters
SU: Arthur Rhodes
CL: Francisco Cordero

Top 30 Prospects (as of 5/26/09)
Name Position Bat Thr Height Weight Birth Date
1. Yonder Alonso 1B LH RH 6'2" 215 4/8/1997
2. Drew Stubbs CF RH RH 6'4" 205 10/4/1984
3. Netali Soto 3B RH RH 6'2" 180 2/28/1989
4. Zach Stewart SP/RP RH RH 6'2" 205 9/28/1996
5. Todd Frazier LF/3B/1B RH RH 6'3" 220 2/12/1986
6. Chris Heisey OF RH RH 6'0" 200 12/14/1984
7. JC Sulbaran SP RH RH 6'2" 198 11/9/1989
8. Chris Valaika SS/2B RH RH 6'0" 215 8/14/1985
9. Yorman Rodriquez CF RH RH 6'2" 185 8/8/1992
10. Jordan Smith SP RH RH 6'4" 220 2/4/1986
11. Kyle Lotzkar SP RH RH 6'4" 200 10/24/1989
12. Carlos Fisher RP RH RH 6'4" 225 2/22/1983
13. Juan Duran OF RH RH 6'5" 190 9/2/1991
14. Travis Wood SP LH LH 5'11" 166 2/6/1987
15. Matt Fairel SP LH LH 6'3" 203 7/8/1987
16. Zach Cozart SS RH RH 6'1" 185 8/12/1985
17. Juan Francisco 3B LH RH 6'2' 220 6/24/1987
18. Matt Maloney SP LH LH 6'4" 220 1/16/1984
19. Alex Buchholz SS/2B RH RH 6'0" 182 9/30/1987
20. Devin Mesoraco C RH RH 6'1" 220 6/19/1988
21. Sean Henry OF/2B RH RH 5'10" 180 8/18/1985
22. Robert Manuel RP RH RH 6'3" 205 7/9/1983
23. Dallas Buck SP RH RH 6'2" 195 11/11/1984
24. Jeremy Horst SP LH LH 6'4" 220 10/1/1985
25. Pedro Viola RP LH LH 6'1" 185 6/29/1983
26. Phillipe Valliquette RP LH LH 6'0" 175 2/14/1987
27. Miguel Rojas SS RH RH 5'9" 160 2/24/1989
28. Cody Puckett 2B RH RH 5'10' 180 4/3/1997
29. Dan Dorn OF LH LH 6'2" 190 7/20/1984
30. Josh Roenicke RP RH RH 6'3" 195 8/4/1982
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PostPosted: Fri May 09, 2008 3:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

why do we need a new one?
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PostPosted: Fri May 09, 2008 8:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

SUfbondarebound wrote:
why do we need a new one?


Mostly because I want to update it more and I didn't start the other thread, and ony about the last 15 pages even cover the last year or so.

Rain out tonight, but it appears there will be a 1:10, 8:10 double header
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Can anyone tell me why Bill Bray was sent down to Louisville for a couple days?

http://cincinnati.reds.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20080509&content_id=2669699&vkey=news_cin&fext=.jsp&c_id=cin


Drew Stubbs our first round pick 2 years ago is batting .283 with High A Sarasota. He has 1 HR, 9RBI's, and 39 K's. He is also 14/16 on stolen bas attempts though Wink . Can anyone tell me what it is with Reds OF's and high strikeout totals?
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PostPosted: Sat May 10, 2008 1:24 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm hoping that the Mets can capitalize against the Reds. I think there is a good chance of a sweep because you guys aren't sending Harang or Volquez to the mound but I could definitely see Cueto giving us problems on Sunday. The Mets have an awful track record against first year pitchers, so that could be a trap game. Anyways, i'm looking foward to watching Jeff Keppinger for the first time since he backed up Kaz Matsui with the Mets.
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Cardinalsfan wrote:
Can anyone tell me why Bill Bray was sent down to Louisville for a couple days?

http://cincinnati.reds.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20080509&content_id=2669699&vkey=news_cin&fext=.jsp&c_id=cin


Drew Stubbs our first round pick 2 years ago is batting .283 with High A Sarasota. He has 1 HR, 9RBI's, and 39 K's. He is also 14/16 on stolen bas attempts though Wink . Can anyone tell me what it is with Reds OF's and high strikeout totals?


Bray was easily our best relief pitcher. Our front office is stupid. He is in the category with Cueto, Volquez, Cordero, and Harang of pitchers who actually provide positive results to this team
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SUfbondarebound wrote:
Cardinalsfan wrote:
Can anyone tell me why Bill Bray was sent down to Louisville for a couple days?

http://cincinnati.reds.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20080509&content_id=2669699&vkey=news_cin&fext=.jsp&c_id=cin


Drew Stubbs our first round pick 2 years ago is batting .283 with High A Sarasota. He has 1 HR, 9RBI's, and 39 K's. He is also 14/16 on stolen bas attempts though Wink . Can anyone tell me what it is with Reds OF's and high strikeout totals?


Bray was easily our best relief pitcher. Our front office is stupid. He is in the category with Cueto, Volquez, Cordero, and Harang of pitchers who actually provide positive results to this team



i know it makes no sense.


Hopefully the double header today willl help us out but it doesn't look too good. Johan pitching the first game (patterson has already been picked off) and then Bronson is pitching the second game. Hopefully he can get on track. have you guys watched the Chris Welsh/ Bronson commercials for JTM? They are so stupid.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iTQpX--WRz0&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dCUZlQA_zhQ
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Bronson pitched beautifully tonight. 8 innings of one run baseball. I hope this is a sign of things to come.
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PostPosted: Sun May 11, 2008 12:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

So to go back to the old thread and the discussion of Volquez throwing 118 with a 9 run lead, apparently only a just off the DL Weathers and Cordero were available and Dusty was trying to give Cordero the night off for some reason. I don't know.

I'd like to see Arroyo string some goodness together so he has some value at the deadline.
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Beck Bristow wrote:
So to go back to the old thread and the discussion of Volquez throwing 118 with a 9 run lead, apparently only a just off the DL Weathers and Cordero were available and Dusty was trying to give Cordero the night off for some reason. I don't know.

I'd like to see Arroyo string some goodness together so he has some value at the deadline.


Hopefully Bronson will keep pitching like he did last night. As far as Volquez, Baker just has to watch it. We have a very good young pitcher that has been lights out all year(man when was the last time we could say that?) and i don't want Baker to overuse him or Cueto or Bailey and Thompson when they get up here. speaking of Thompson there was a great article in the Enquirer today about him.

http://news.enquirer.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/AB/20080511/SPT04/805110432/
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Who are the starters in AAA? Anyone have a link or anything? We can't stick with Belisle for long. He belongs in the bullpen anyway.
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Who are the starters in AAA? Anyone have a link or anything? We can't stick with Belisle for long. He belongs in the bullpen anyway.


Satrters in Triple A Loisville are: Homer Bailey, Matt Maloney, Justin Lehr, Tom Shearn, and Adam Petty John.

http://www.minorleaguebaseball.com/milb/stats/stats.jsp?t=t_ros&did=milb&cid=416


Has anyone watched Homer pitch this year?How is his curveball and changeup coming along?
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Cardinalsfan wrote:
have you guys watched the Chris Welsh/ Bronson commercials for JTM? They are so stupid.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iTQpX--WRz0&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dCUZlQA_zhQ


Cut him just for making those Evil or Very Mad
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Cardinalsfan wrote:
Beck Bristow wrote:
Who are the starters in AAA? Anyone have a link or anything? We can't stick with Belisle for long. He belongs in the bullpen anyway.


Satrters in Triple A Loisville are: Homer Bailey, Matt Maloney, Justin Lehr, Tom Shearn, and Adam Petty John.

http://www.minorleaguebaseball.com/milb/stats/stats.jsp?t=t_ros&did=milb&cid=416


Has anyone watched Homer pitch this year?How is his curveball and changeup coming along?


I saw him the first game of the year in Syracuse. His fastball was electric, and the offspeed stuff was ok. He gave up all his hits but one of offspeed. Control seemed to be better, but it still isn't MLB ready. I've been calling to bring him up now, but I think we should bring him up after the trade deadline now.
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Bailey got shelled on Saturday, and the fact is, he still needs more time to refine his offspeed stuff and to throw a higher percentage of strikes and improve his command in general. If we could trade the Dodgers Bailey, Arroyo, and Dunn for Clayton Kershaw, i'd drive them there personally going 95 mph the entire way.

Jay Bruce is still struggling with K rates (34 Ks in 35 games) but he is hitting .328 with 6 HR, 27 rbi, 22 runs, 5 2B, 4 3B, and 7 SB in 7 attempts.

Paul Janish has been playing very well as of late and is hitting in the .280-.290 range. With his plus defense I think he'll be a good bench player for a few years. Defensive sub with the occassional spot start.
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