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Reds Month of September Games Thread
#41
Suarez hits homer # 45

Players he has passed
Wally Post 40-1955
Tony Perez 40-1970
Ken Griffey Jr 40-2000

Players he has tied
Greg Vaughn 45 - 1999
Johnny Bench 45 - 1970

Players to catch
Adam Dunn 46 - 2004
Ted Kluszewski 49- 1954
George Foster 52- 1977
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The Reds set at 68 wins with 15 games to go. I'd love to see them win 8 or 9 and go out pushing 80 wins.

Now the bad news the first twelve games are against teams still in playoff hunt, the first 6 on the road. Then the last 3 are against the pirates who for whatever reasons they've done poorly against this season, Reds are 5-11 against them.

I'm gonna say they win 6 and end up with 74 on the season.
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(09-13-2019, 03:13 AM)kevin Wrote: Suarez hits homer # 45

Players he has passed
Wally Post 40-1955
Tony Perez 40-1970
Ken Griffey Jr 40-2000

Players he has tied
Greg Vaughn 45 - 1999
Johnny Bench 45 - 1970

Players to catch
Adam Dunn 46 - 2004
Ted Kluszewski 49- 1954
George Foster 52- 1977

I’m guessing he’ll hit 48-50. That’s a monster year. It would be really cool to see him win the NL HR title. He’ll probably end up second or third.
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(09-13-2019, 07:31 PM)bengalfan74 Wrote: The Reds set at 68 wins with 15 games to go. I'd love to see them win 8 or 9 and go out pushing 80 wins.

Now the bad news the first twelve games are against teams still in playoff hunt, the first 6 on the road. Then the last 3 are against the pirates who for whatever reasons they've done poorly against this season, Reds are 5-11 against them.

I'm gonna say they win 6 and end up with 74 on the season.


We have not been playing well lately either.   We were just 6 under .500 on 8-29, but have been 6-10 since.  Started with a 12 inning loss on a Thursday follwed by back-to-back double headers on Sat and Sun.  


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(09-13-2019, 08:46 PM)Circleville Guy Wrote: I’m guessing he’ll hit 48-50. That’s a monster year. It would be really cool to see him win the NL HR title. He’ll probably end up second or third.


C'mon man.  Think positive.  He already caught a big break with Yelich going down, and he is only 2 behind Alonso.


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(Yesterday, 01:24 PM)fredtoast Wrote: C'mon man.  Think positive.  He already caught a big break with Yelich going down, and he is only 2 behind Alonso.

He almost had an inside park HR yesterday.  Not sure he could have made it home but it was close call.  
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Lorenzen getting the start in CF today.
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(Yesterday, 01:24 PM)fredtoast Wrote: C'mon man.  Think positive.  He already caught a big break with Yelich going down, and he is only 2 behind Alonso.

I don’t sex expectations too high, that way it’s that much better if it does happen. He definitely could win it!
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