Game Thread

Reds at Orioles (September 2, 2014)

The Reds travel to the lovely Camden Yards in Baltimore to begin a series with the American League Central leading Orioles. For the Reds it means another series in an AL park where the club has to find someone who can be listed as a designated hitter. For the Orioles, it’s a chance to increase on their 8.5 game division lead. For me, its a chance to watch the Orioles, a team I’ve never really hated and somewhat liked over the course of my life, play my beloved Reds. I think most of the reason I’ve been partial to the Orioles is their awesome bird hats and the fact Chris Sabo once played for them back in the day.

Regardless of their hats and the fact Spuds played for them, I’ll pull for the Reds and hope the club can salvage a strong finish to this otherwise dismal 2014 campaign. Discuss the game here Reds fans!

Lineup:
1. Hamilton CF
2. Frazier 1B
3. Phillips 2B
4. Mesoraco C
5. Bruce RF
6. Heisey LF
7. Pena DH
8. Negron 3B
9. Santiago SS
- Latos P

107 thoughts on “Reds at Orioles (September 2, 2014)

  1. Ya gotta give the Reds credit for making the Orioles, and the fan in the stands sweat. Turned out to be an exciting game after all. Unfortunately the wind in our sails didn’t last long. Nothing to do but come out swinging, and swinging and swinging tomorrow. Go Reds! Adios Amigos.

  2. These guys couldn’t hit a sacrifice fly if they stood at home plate and were allowed to throw the ball up to themselves and hit it – it’s pathetic baseball and gas been that way at least 3/4 of the year – don’t want to hear about injuries – we all know that – it’s about competing and playing the game the right way – these guys and this staff do neither

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