Tonight’s game at Houston Chad Dotson 09/01/2005 9 Can the Reds salvage this series? Discuss! Share this:TweetPrint 9 Responses Jim McCullough 09/01/2005 If Harang could help the Reds overcome the Oswalt jinx that would be huge. Chad 09/01/2005 It may take a superhuman effort. Oswalt has been lights-out against the Reds. Like Tom Glavine of a decade ago. Chad 09/01/2005 Dunn: good. Peter 09/01/2005 Agreed. I love Adam Dunn. Chad 09/01/2005 There’s not a player that I’ve been more excited about in all my years of following the Reds, and that covers almost three decades. Chad 09/01/2005 This team just can’t beat Oswalt. I’m firmly convinced of that. Chris 09/02/2005 I can’t tell you how sick I am of the “Crawford Boxes” and the rest of that gimmecked-out “ballpark.” Bill 09/02/2005 Enquirer today reports that Oswalt is 15-0 in 19 appearances against the Reds, the most wins w/o a loss by any pitcher against one team in ML history. Wonder who the other most effective pitchers against the Reds have been over the years? Two I remember were both Padres, Randy Jones (who Morgan said didn’t throw had enough to break glass)) and, before the Reds traded for him, Fred Norman. Scott 09/02/2005 Watching a game at Minute Maid Park is like watching a game at Kings Island or Six Flags. I believe that Houstonians, sadly, are more concerned about bells and whistles and A/C than they are about the game, and you can certainly tell that by attending a game in person.