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Thursday, July 5, 2007

Stanton activated; Salmon sent out

From the Reds:

Today the Reds returned from a rehabilitation assignment and reinstated from the 15-day disabled list LHP Mike Stanton; optioned to Louisville RHP Brad Salmon.

Stanton has been on the DL since June 17 with a strained left hamstring.


at 3:43 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Stone, Gosling, McBeth or Coutlangus should have been sent down before Salmon.

at 4:50 PM Blogger omnired said...

Why Salmon? The only reliever performing better on the roster is David Weathers.

at 6:40 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow... I certainly don't understand that move!

at 7:41 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Because Salmon isn't one of Krivsky's guys. All others were brought into the organization by Wayne. It probably should be McBeth, but Wayne can't send him down or it may make another one of his trades look bad.

at 11:22 PM Anonymous jc said...

gosling can be a long guy. mcbeth is a keeper. stone deserves a shot. coutalangus a lefty. salmon the choice.

at 11:39 PM Anonymous Drum881 said...

Right now pride should be the least of Krivsky's worries. His job is on the line and he knows it. I think the way Stone was tearing it up at Louisville, he deserves another shot before being sent back down. Not sure how Salmon was the unlucky one picked.

at 4:31 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mcbeth needs to go back and get some confidence back. Salmon has outpitched him clearly this is another example why krivsky needs fired

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