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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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Saturday, May 17, 2008

Minor matters

From Jamie Ramsey:

Louisville splits a doubleheader with Scranton/WB…Jay Bruce snaps a 1-game homerless drought…Justin Mallett with 4.0 shutout innings in game 2…Andy Phillips had his 17-game hitting streak end…the Lookouts lose to Mississippi…Tonys Gutierrez extends his on-base streak to 24 straight games…Eric Eymann with 3 hits…Sarasota evaporates Clearwater…Todd Frazier belted 2 homers…he’s homered 3 times in 2 days…Danny Dorn (3 hits) hit just 1 over the fence…Jordan Smith earned his 7th win…Dayton squanders the lead and lose to Great Lakes…Scott Carroll victimized by the blown save (6ip, 7h, 2r, 1bb, 3k)…Logan Parker (former Bearcat) blasts his 3rd homer…the Dragons play a day/night doubleheader today/tonight.

E. Del Rosario.... DAY. 2-1, 1.13
Daryl Thompson ....CHA. 2-1, 1.28
Jordan Smith...... SAR. 7-1, 2.03
Ben Jukich........ CHA. 3-2, 2.34
Travis Wood....... SAR. 3-3, 2.38
Justin Lehr....... LOU. 4-2, 2.41
Scott Carroll..... DAY. 1-2, 3.14
Homer Bailey...... LOU. 4-4, 3.88

Rank/Team W/L PCT.
1. NY Yankees 106-60 .639
2. Texas 101-60 .627
3. Oakland 98-64 .605
4. Washington 94-68 .580
5. Cincinnati 91-73 .555


at 3:34 PM Blogger Mr. Doom and Gloom said...

the Great Cantu 0-4 last night...now .266/.327./.420 with 33Ks in 154 official ABs...8 errors in 39 starts at 3B for a fielding pct of .924

at 5:51 PM Blogger Steve said...

Unless there are server/blog issues, it seems to happen a lot, the Enquirer Reds Insider really needs to be updated with more urgency. Very late to the party. Getting blown away by Hal and Trent. Honestly, no contest.

at 6:37 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

ive always loved griffey but for go sakes how much longer do we have to watch him play this horrible i want bruce

at 7:08 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Steve, I think the updates to the blog come in a very timely manner. John has other things to attend to as well and provides great fodder for discussion. Hal and Trent may update more often, but as far as content goes, those two are amateurs next to John.


at 8:48 PM Blogger JF said...

Mr. Doom and Gloom, Cantu is 2-2 so far in tonight's game, so don't be too quick to slam him.

5 in a row is curing what ails this team. Now that Dunn has thawed, I expect Griffey to break out with a home run barrage against Cliff Lee(ve) it in the Ohio tomorrow.

It's good to see the team and fans have a great week AT LAST.

Even with continued crappy baserunning episodes nearly every game.

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