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The first point isn't really accurate. Ian Desmond's defense has been terrible so far this year, but their defense at every other position is between good and excellent.
In this game, they leave him in for 114 pitches where he never seemed strong, never had control but it was only 5 and a third.
I thought folks would find the post funny. not an opportunity to dissect
As a Cubs fan, my happiness has already morphed into a resigned "OK, let's just get this over with..."
Youk, Hafner, Wells continue to play well.
Classic manager error by Showalter of leaving the starter in one batter too long.
Extra Innings isn't working today. Every year, I swear I'll do MLB.TV instead, and every year, I decide to do Extra Innings because it's just how it's always been.
Looks like? It's getting to the point where the most likely conclusion is that he is crap.
Did Rosenthal always throw this hard? 98, 99, 100 MPH on successive pitches.
Those of you who said Choo could not play center field have been proven correct today.
And he put a 98 MPH fastball into Frazier's arm. OW.
And yes, the Reds do it against everyone
Choo is back on the plus side for Cincinnati.
Do the Reds comeback against every team in baseball, or is it just against the Cardinals? It seems over the past 5-10 years that these two teams have enjoyed a lot of games where one team came back from a decent deficit to make it interesting.
I think everyone knew that he would have problems with playing centerfield, but the Reds felt that his offensive plusses would make up for it.
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