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Game Thread: Nationals at Reds — 2007.05.23

Will the real Kyle Lohse stand up?

Lohse takes the mound against Jason Simontacchi and the Washington Nationals tonight. I’m hoping Lohse returns to form, especially against the Nats, who had trouble scoring runs until they came to Cincinnati. Washington has scored more in the last two nights than they had scored in back-to-back games all year. Not a good thing….

Unfortunately, Lohse appears to have the flu, so I’m not sure what to expect tonight. I do expect, however, that tonight is Dmitri Young’s night to hit a big homer against the good guys.

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45 thoughts on “Game Thread: Nationals at Reds — 2007.05.23

  1. Lohse has lost 5 consecutive starts, but Nats haven’t won consecutive road games (in a single series) all season. Me thinks this’ll be their first

  2. Washington Nationals

    Lopez, 2b (leadoff single)
    Guzman, SS
    Zimmerman, 3b
    Church, LF (2-out 2-run HR)
    Kearns, RF
    Young, 1b
    Schneider, C
    Logan, CF
    Simontacchi, P

  3. Cincinnati Reds

    Freel, CF (leadoff HR)
    Hatteberg, 1b
    Griffey, RF
    Phillips, 2b
    Dunn, LF
    Encarnación, 3b
    Gonzalez, SS
    Ross, C
    Lohse, P

  4. Marty is the only guy in the radio booth tonight (except C. Trent Rosecrans here in the 2nd). Says this is the first regular-season game in his Reds career that he’s flown solo.

  5. Error (by Encarnación, except the scorer gave it to Gonzalez for the throw that supposedly hit the runner) creates a run. Followed by a spectacular catch by Freel out in CF.

  6. So 3-1, mid-2nd. And Lohse is working for it – 42 pitches through 2 innings.

  7. This team employs 437 broadcasters, and they can’t come up with a second man for the radio booth. Awesome.

  8. Welsh thinks Gonzalez’ error caused him to hit that double. He’s ordinarily very smart, but sometimes he goes off on goofy tangents, usually when he’s talking about psychology of position players.

  9. Ah – Nuxhall was scheduled to work today, but was hospitalized as a precautionary measure with low blood pressure. Then Brantley is away with his new child (born a month ahead of schedule) and I guess Thom is on TV tonight.

  10. I’m glad no one is around to see this.

    I’ll be back later, in time for Hopper to score the winning run in walk-off fashion.

  11. Jason Simontacchi is good, all of a sudden. And after that fantastic start, Kyle Lohse’s ERA is over 5. Super.

  12. Wild pitch, 7-1 Nats.

    We’re getting destroyed by the worst team in the league. Well, the worst one that isn’t located in Cincinnati, anyway.

  13. Looks like I’m blacked out on Extra Innings and MLB.tv. I don’t think I want to see this one anyway.

    I’ll just listen to Marty.

  14. Remember when people were talking about extending Lohse’s contract after 2-3 starts?

    Yeah, not so much. I’m sure he’ll put together a nice free agent run in August and September, though.

  15. How long until Lohse winds up on the DL with some phantom injury? Like a strained ERA?

  16. 😕 😥 🙄 😡 😐

    Kyle Lohse has made me go through a lot of emotions tonight….

  17. Valentin has been double-switched into the game. I’m sure glad they brought up Chad Moeller! It would have been a disaster for Valentin to get injured, if we didn’t have Chad Moeller!

  18. Lohse’s ERA: 5.31.

    Yeah, he’s great. And yes, Chris, I remember the talk of signing him to an extension. I was thinking earlier that Lohse should have jumped all over that opportunity, were it there.

  19. This team is just lousy. I love ’em, but there’s no other description.

    Glad the team came out firing in this homestand, ready to beat some bad teams and get the season back on track. Yep, I’m glad to see all the fire from these guys….

  20. Coffey gives up two homeruns. This team is all sorts of lousy.
    Getting blown out two games (and barely winning the third)…against what should be the worst team in baseball. Pathetic doesn’t do this team justice. 👿

  21. So was there just crowd noise during the inning the 2nd broadcaster normally does play-by-play or did Marty do all 9 innings? 😀

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