Reds at Brewers (6/20-6/22)

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    Reds at Brewers (6/20-6/22)

    The Reds head north to take on the Milwaukee Brewers who are tied for the division lead.

    The Reds, coming off a sweep against the Astros, who came to Cincinnati leading MLB in wins, have climbed to within 4 games of .500.

    Game times are 8:10 on Thursday and Friday and 4:10 on Saturday.

    Here’s to hoping the Reds can stay hot and leave Brew-city a little closer to the division lead than the 5 games they currently sit!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChickenWyngz View Post
    The Reds head north to take on the Milwaukee Brewers who are tied for the division lead.

    The Reds, coming off a sweep against the Astros, who came to Cincinnati leading MLB in wins, have climbed to within 4 games of .500.

    Game times are 8:10 on Thursday and Friday and 4:10 on Saturday.

    Hereís to hoping the Reds can stay hot and leave Brew-city a little closer to the division lead than the 5 games they currently sit!

    I hope the Reds fare better than your series preparation. It's a 4 game series that concludes on Sunday. We are coming off a series sweep of the Astros, have won 4 in a row, and you come into the series completely unprepared. Focus, focus, focus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChickenWyngz View Post
    The Reds head north to take on the Milwaukee Brewers who are tied for the division lead.

    The Reds, coming off a sweep against the Astros, who came to Cincinnati leading MLB in wins, have climbed to within 4 games of .500.

    Game times are 8:10 on Thursday and Friday and 4:10 on Saturday.

    Hereís to hoping the Reds can stay hot and leave Brew-city a little closer to the division lead than the 5 games they currently sit!
    We play Brewers on Sunday, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sumoroyal View Post
    We play Brewers on Sunday, right?
    So, you read post #1, but not #2? Not a good way to impress the GM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LRCW View Post
    I hope the Reds fare better than your series preparation. It's a 4 game series that concludes on Sunday. We are coming off a series sweep of the Astros, have won 4 in a row, and you come into the series completely unprepared. Focus, focus, focus.
    Wow! Completely unacceptable, especially when things are going so well!

    Volunteering for the start while traveling was a bad call!

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    Nice start so far. Let's go!

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    Winker should have been out...but got lucky there. I'll take it though. Now to get him in

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    Votto is so painful to watch anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LRCW View Post
    Votto is so painful to watch anymore.
    Yes, typical AB from him with men in scoring position and less than 2 outs

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    If you get a guy to third with 1 out and Votto and Suarez coming up, you HAVE to score.

    Reds have to stop squandering those kinds of opportunities.

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    Yelich....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChickenWyngz View Post
    Yelich....
    Even by his standards...wow.

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    Christian Yelich's HR had a 114.2 mph exit velocity and went a projected 462 feet.

    That's his hardest-hit HR AND his longest HR tracked by Statcast (since 2015).

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    A Puig triple and Iglesias homer in the 5th with 2 outs. Good thing because they were starting to feel very stagnant.

    5-1 Reds.

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    Iglesias!

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