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Posted: 10/6/2012 1:27:30 AM
Cin ml @ 2.14 (+114).

Cueto has only give up 7 RBIs to the Giants this year with 154 ab. Cain has given up 17 RBIs to the Reds with 138 ab.

Cinncy has the number 1 rated bullpen in MLB. SF sits at 15th. 

Pitching, especially bullpen prevails in MLB playoffs. 

At +114, I am going with the Reds. 

GL everyone.
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Posted: 10/6/2012 1:37:42 AM
Your not the only one on the reds ....

Cincinatti doesnt have much success in the play offs ...a visit to San Fran will open up there eyes a bit ....lets not forget this team won two years ago and the reason why they struggled last year was injuries everyone thought after melky left this team would be destroyed bochy is very smart coach he knows how to tweak his line up ...bit of a home coming for dusty but i will tell you this because of or reasoning i do agree cincy can be a ver dangerous team but i have this feeling that san fran is taking game one ...they mite lose every other game but they will want game one badly especially with cincy having homefield in the series...game one goes to san fran game two goes to cincy ...possibly
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Posted: 10/6/2012 2:24:09 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Professor524:

Cin ml @ 2.14 (+114).

Cueto has only give up 7 RBIs to the Giants this year with 154 ab. Cain has given up 17 RBIs to the Reds with 138 ab.

Cinncy has the number 1 rated bullpen in MLB. SF sits at 15th. 

Pitching, especially bullpen prevails in MLB playoffs. 

At +114, I am going with the Reds. 

GL everyone.

i'm on Reds, Professor. Good luck! 
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Posted: 10/6/2012 2:26:41 AM
Hardly, but Im on the other side tomorrow night. 
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Posted: 10/6/2012 2:38:47 AM
Lets do this man!
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Posted: 10/6/2012 2:56:03 AM
thats all season stats were talking about the playoff man   stats dont count      anyone could win    great    example   saunders  from  the O's   bad number vs  the rangers   and had a great game    today  vs them
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Posted: 10/6/2012 3:13:07 AM
I don't think you can compare Saunders to Cueto. I think Texas lost the game more so then Baltimore winning it. Meaning Texas made so many poor coaching and tactical errors.

For example swinging on the first pitch with runners on the corners with nobody out. Did they even do their homework on Darvish?

I think Baltimore is a rupture in the space time continuum and has some sort of temporal flux giving them this super luck ability to have random chance always hit them in the right spots. Jokes aside they played well. I still think Cinncy wins tomorrow, gl thou.


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Posted: 10/6/2012 3:13:40 AM
Reds here
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Posted: 10/6/2012 4:43:10 AM
Gl reds..

Rooting for the home team here..

Go giants !!
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Posted: 10/6/2012 8:24:35 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Professor524:

I don't think you can compare Saunders to Cueto. I think Texas lost the game more so then Baltimore winning it. Meaning Texas made so many poor coaching and tactical errors.

For example swinging on the first pitch with runners on the corners with nobody out. Did they even do their homework on Darvish?

I think Baltimore is a rupture in the space time continuum and has some sort of temporal flux giving them this super luck ability to have random chance always hit them in the right spots. Jokes aside they played well. I still think Cinncy wins tomorrow, gl thou.




No way man, Texas made mistakes but the Orioles just took it to them. Texas was out of this game before it even started having to shake off losing the division only two days before. Dont take credit away from the O's.
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Posted: 10/6/2012 8:28:28 AM
Apparently you haven't seen Cain's numbers in the playoffs, against much better teams than cincy.. 
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No way man, Texas made mistakes but the Orioles just took it to them. Texas was out of this game before it even started having to shake off losing the division only two days before. Dont take credit away from the O's.



I don't think you can compare Saunders to Cueto. I think Texas lost the game more so then Baltimore winning it. Meaning Texas made so many poor coaching and tactical errors.

For example swinging on the first pitch with runners on the corners with nobody out. Did they even do their homework on Darvish?

I think Baltimore is a rupture in the space time continuum and has some sort of temporal flux giving them this super luck ability to have random chance always hit them in the right spots. they played well. I still think Cinncy wins tomorrow, gl thou.



I am not taking away from Baltimore, I am simply stating Texas made a lot of errors tactically and did not capitalize on their chances. Bal does deserve to be there but you can't convince me they are a better team then Texas.
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Posted: 10/7/2012 1:22:37 AM
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Posted: 10/7/2012 1:25:37 AM
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Posted: 10/7/2012 1:44:14 AM
Cincie and the OV 6.5 final 2 legs of Parlay! Lucky to win... the Over. Un Believable!!! Finally on the right side of one of those. Nice pick of Cincinnati even with pitcher getting hurt.
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