Author Archives: Chris Juergens

CALL HIM “RUBBER-ARM”


From Elias: Francisco Cordero pitched in all three games of the Reds series against the Braves and capped those appearances with his 29th save of the year on Sunday. Cordero has pitched three or more consecutive days eight times this … Continue reading

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Five burning questions for the Reds in the second half


1. When should the Reds call up Aroldis Chapman? Unfortunately for the Reds, working Chapman into the rotation may be difficult.  Bailey and Harang are on the DL, but I look for that to end shortly.  Arroyo, Wood, Leake, Cueto, … Continue reading

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4,192: The Crowning Of The Hit King Review


On the evening of September 11, 1985 Pete Rose collected hit number 4,192 passing Ty Cobb as the all-time career hits leader. “4192”: The Crowning of the Hit King.” Lays the ground work on how Pete Rose’s career in baseball … Continue reading

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American League Stars Top Nationals Off Field With 45% More Pay


  Salaries Courtesy of our friends @ http://www.offbasepercentage.com American League All Stars National League All Stars Starters: Starters: C Joe Mauer, MIN – $12,500,000 C Yadier Molina, STL – $4,313,000 1B Miguel Cabrera, DET – $20,000,000 1B Albert Pujols, STL – … Continue reading

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PHILLIES COMEBACK SETS MAJOR-LEAGUE RECORD


From Elias Sports Bureau, Inc The Phillies rallied from a 7-1 deficit in the ninth inning and defeated the Reds in 10 innings, 9-7, on Friday night. On Tuesday, the Rockies beat the Cardinals after trailing by six runs in … Continue reading

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6/28 REDS LINEUP BEHIND CUETO


1 PHILLIPS    2B 2 CABRERA    SS 3 VOTTO        1B 4 ROLEN         3B 5 GOMES        LF 6 BRUCE         RF 7 STUBBS       CF 8 HERNANDEZ  C 9 CUETO     P STATS PHILLIES Phillies are the third highest scoring team in the league at … Continue reading

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Travis Wood should start Wednesday at GABP


Travis Wood was superb, as he walked one and struck out nine in eight shutout innings. The 23-year-old southpaw faced just six batters over the minimum, throwing 68 of his 103 pitches for strikes in his last outing for Louisville. … Continue reading

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