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34 thoughts on “Game Thread: Reds at Mariners — 2007.06.22

  1. Reds:

    Norris Hopper LF
    Brandon Phillips 2b
    Ken Griffey Jr. RF
    Jeff Conine 1b
    Adam Dunn DH
    Edwin Encarnacion 3b
    Alex Gonzalez SS
    Josh Hamilton CF
    David Ross C

  2. Mariners:

    Ichiro Suzuki CF
    Adrian Beltre 3b
    Raul Ibanez LF
    Jose Guillen RF
    Kenji Johjima c
    Richie Sexson 1b
    Jose Vidro DH
    Yuniesky Betancourt SS
    Willie Bloomquist 2b

  3. Griffey won’t go down as one of the greatest speakers of all time. Tough situation for anyone though.

  4. Guess everyone has left since this one is such a laugher. Nice to see the Reds putting a hurting on someone else. I’d just like to see Griffey get in on the HR action.

  5. Another error for our great defensive shortstop, this one on a grounder right at him. My son is a little league shortstop, and he could have made that play.

    I don’t know what the deal is, but Gonzalez has sucked on defense this year.

  6. The Mariners aren’t going to make a change, going to serve up the pitcher to eat some innings and just get beat on

  7. I hope Aaron pitches a completre game, cause I don’t want to see our Pen bust a 15 run lead

  8. Gosiling comes on in the 9th. Starts with 5 straight balls. I think its out of reach, but you never know.

  9. Bases now loaded. But ends on a double play.

    Reds take the first of the JR series. Here’s hoping they saved some runs for Loshe tomorrow. Heading up from Portland to catch the game. Too bad i can’t hear Marty and the gang in the stands.

  10. I was glad that Junior mentioned that he has missed Seattle and that he still checks the boxscore to see how the M’s did. I was not aware just how much Junior means to Seattle and how he, in reality, saved the franchise and was instrumental in the building of Safeco. I’ve been there twice and it rates with the best of the new parks. Having a beer and a hot dog at the upper deck concession stands and seeing Mt. Rainier in the distance is pretty tough to beat.

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