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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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Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Reds vs. Phillies, 6-26

Hatteberg, 1b
Phillips, 2b
Griffey Jr., rf
Dunn, lf
Encarnacion, 3b
Hamilton, cf
Gonzalez, ss
Ross, c
Bailey, rhp

Rollins, ss
Bourn, lf
Utley, 2b
Howard, 1b
Rowand, cf
Victorino, rf
Dobbs, 3b
Ruiz, c
Kendrick, rhp


at 6:54 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow, a decent lineup. Let's hope Jerry doesn't repeat last year's moronic move of intentionally walking the strikeout prone Howard to move the winning run to third with noboody out. Seems like a baseball guy would know better.

at 10:24 PM Blogger FMI SPORTS said...

BLACKOUTBONDS.COM is promoting a Black Out of Barry Bonds in the upcoming series.

Please encourage fans, as a silent protest against Barroid, to wear black clothing to the games.

P.S. Pictures of fans participating will be posted on BLACKOUTBONDS.COM. Send pictures to fred@fmisports.com

at 12:35 PM Anonymous Justin Fernandez said...

From the Bengals' stadium fiasco to the new sales tax to Reds' personnel, Mismanaginati offers never a dull moment or a competent politician or sports club owner. And now this: black out Bonds? How about every seat empty at GAB for a game? If you want to send a message, send it to Castellini, Bonds doesn't care and he sure as hell isn't going to fix the Reds...unless he'd share some of his clear cream mentholated moose testosterone chewy tabs with our pitchers.

Well? Do you want to win or not?

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