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    Quote Originally Posted by HammerTime View Post
    Only allowed over 3 ER in 1 of his 16 starts.
    And has a 3-7 record. That's why win loss records for pitchers do not tell the whole story.
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    Billy Hamilton left the game with a fractured left thumb. He is expected to go on the 10-day DL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UKMustangFan View Post
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    Billy Hamilton left the game with a fractured left thumb. He is expected to go on the 10-day DL.
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    Kinda wanting to see more Winker and Ervin anyway
    Is Winker hurt as well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by All In View Post
    Kinda wanting to see more Winker and Ervin anyway
    Is Winker hurt as well?
    Winker has been out since 8/25 with hip flexor. supposedly he's close to returning, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HammerTime View Post
    MRI on his thumb. Looks like it was during a bunt. STOP BUNTING.
    Don't stop, learn how to. He wants out of box too quick before he gets bunt down.
    Reds should hire Brett Butler to work with him in offseason. Guy was a master of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dpeevh View Post
    Don't stop, learn how to. He wants out of box too quick before he gets bunt down.
    Reds should hire Brett Butler to work with him in offseason. Guy was a master of it.
    I've been saying that for the past 3 years. Brett was the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dpeevh View Post
    Don't stop, learn how to. He wants out of box too quick before he gets bunt down.
    Reds should hire Brett Butler to work with him in offseason. Guy was a master of it.
    One of the best I ever saw at laying it down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dpeevh View Post
    Don't stop, learn how to. He wants out of box too quick before he gets bunt down.
    Reds should hire Brett Butler to work with him in offseason. Guy was a master of it.
    I've said before they needed to get in touch with Rod Carew about it. Not sure how Rod is doing these days following his heart transplant. But either one would be fine with me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CincySportsFan View Post
    I've said before they needed to get in touch with Rod Carew about it. Not sure how Rod is doing these days following his heart transplant. But either one would be fine with me.
    No one could place a ball( either infield or outfield) better than Carew. He was magical with a piece of wood in his hands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Science Friction View Post
    No one could place a ball( either infield or outfield) better than Carew. He was magical with a piece of wood in his hands.
    I consider myself lucky to have been able to watch two of the greatest pure hitters in Carew and Gwynn. Now if someone can just invent that time machine so I can go back and see the likes of Williams and Musial, I'll be set.

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