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John Fay has been the Reds beat writer for the Enquirer since 2001. Prior to that, he served in a variety of roles for the Enquirer: backup Reds writer, UC beat writer, backup Bengals writer and as a general assignment reporter. He is a Cincinnati native and a graduate of Elder High School and the University of Dayton.

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Thursday, June 28, 2007

Minor matters

From Jamie Ramsey:

Louisville loses a tough one in 10 innings vs. Richmond…Bobby Livingston pitching well…Ryan Freel with 2 more hits…Joey Votto with a 3-run homer…EZ Ramirez on the mound tonight for the Bats…Chattanooga beats Huntsville…Jose Cosme heating up…The Lookouts have opened the season’s second half with 8 wins in 10 games…Sarasota falls to Palm Beach…Mike DeJesus extends his on-base streak…Dayton’s game was suspended in the second inning due to heavy rain and lightning…they’ll play the rest of that game along with the regularly-scheduled game tonight…Billings wins again…Big night for Reds seventh-rounder Brandon Waring…GCL Reds score 7 times on 14 hits but lose to the Orioles.

Congratulations to LHP Phil Dumatrait, IF Jeff Keppinger and 1b/OF Joey Votto who yesterday were selected to represent the International League in the July 11 Triple-A All-Star Game in Albuquerque.


5 Comments:

at 4:52 PM Anonymous matt wallisa said...

when are the reds gonna bring up joey votto...i think they should now i mean what do they have to lose?

 
at 7:59 PM Anonymous The Dude said...

you have to get rid of something to bring him up..I'm sure they've thrown the fishing rod out there, but unfortunately the bait they have couldn't catch a guppy. either to expensive or unproductive..

 
at 8:01 PM Anonymous The Dude said...

you have to get rid of something to bring him up..I'm sure they've thrown the fishing rod out there, but unfortunately the bait they have couldn't catch a guppy. either to expensive or unproductive..

 
at 10:36 PM Anonymous Justin Fernandez said...

Tonight Coutlangus threw strikes and did well. It's really that simple in relief. Throw strikes. In extra innings, how many times have the Reds given away the game with a WALK? Santos STUNK. I'm sick of this team GIVING AWAY GAMES. I want to scream and call Narron names (but Mr. Fay won't let me). ARGGGGGGHHHH. Why is ANYONE happy with this team. It's not enough to win 3 of 10 or 4 of 10. What kind " " owner does nothing? I'll tell you! A LOSER. Castellini is 10 times worse than Lindner, who was 100 times worse than Marge. I'm going to go further. If Mr. Castellini doesn't yell scream publicly criticize SOMEONE on his team, then I'm going to NOT SPEND A PENNY on the Reds until Castellini is no longer the owner. What a bunch of #&^)%#&)^)!(&%_#(!&^ are in charge of personnel and strategy and teaching--no, I take that back, the way the Reds play every single night, it's apparent that no one on the Reds knows Baseball well enough to belong in the major league. This team has more talent than KC and is going to be 40 or 50 games under .500 unless major changes are made. Any reliever who walks the leadoff man in an extra inning should just be kicked to the minors for a month or cut outright. Anyone in the Reds' single A ball system could have done better than Santos. What's wrong Bob? You don't think the fans deserve better than this?

 
at 8:59 AM Anonymous mikec said...

I'd like to see Ramirez healthy. He was very consistent for a while there last year. Showed some promise and poise. And he's what 24 now?

 
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