Brewers at Reds (7/1-7/4)

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    Brewers at Reds (7/1-7/4)

    A little shoulder stiffness but here goes.

    Tyler Mahle (2-8 4.35) faces Adrian Houser (2-2 2.94) in the opening game.
    Tanner Roark (5-6 3.36) takes the mound Tuesday against Chase Anderson (4-2 4.42).
    Sonny Gray (4-5 3.94) goes after Jhoulys Chacin (3-8 5.6) on Wednesday.
    Luis Castillo (7-3 2.47) closes out the series on Thursday against Brandon Woodruff (10- 3.79) in a game of Ace vs Ace.

    Reds currently trail the Cubs and Brewers by 5.5 games each and need to keep up the pressure on both. Reds are 21-18 at home and the Brewcrew is 18-21 on the road.

    Over the past week, the Brewers pitchers held a 2.67 era but the team was just 3-3.
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    The Reds called up Jimmy Herget. Name:  u.gif
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    More importantly they DFA’d Duke.

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    David Hernandez tonight.... woof....

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    Looks like the overanalyst Bell is giving another one away.

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    Suarez with another bomb. He’s finally getting it back together.

    Makes it hurt even more now that David Bell absolutely just let Hernandez absolutely eat that inning and didn’t even warm anyone else up, let alone bring them in.

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    Then he turns around and sends Bob out there to take a beating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack of all Trades View Post
    Then he turns around and sends Bob out there to take a beating.
    I’ll take his inning over Hernandez’s any day. Honestly wasn’t awful as whole, but zero chance you can EVER throw an 0-2 pitch that is hittable to Yelich, especially that situation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChickenWyngz View Post
    David Hernandez tonight.... woof....
    Has been bad for some time now.

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    Sounds like Hernandez was former teammates with Skaggs. Should have given him the night off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 16thBBall Fan View Post
    Has been bad for some time now.
    He wasn't good this weekend, but Friday was the first earned run that he had given up since June 2nd.

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    David Bell sucks as a manager.

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    Reds Win, Reds Win!!!

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    Puig with hustle scoring from first on a bloop hit to right that the Brewers half-ended getting back in.

    Catcher had to go have way up the third base line to retrieve lackadaisical throw in from right, Puig kept running and scored.

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    That was great to watch at the end.

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