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Posted: 10/8/2012 1:10:46 AM

Away:  San Francisco [94-70 SU]
Home:  Cincinnati [99-65 SU]

Game Time: 5:30 PM
Stadium: Great American Ball Park

Recent Meetings:
10/07/12 - CIN 9 vs. SF 0
10/06/12 - CIN 5 vs. SF 2
07/01/12 - CIN 3 vs. SF 4

Team Leaders:

San Francisco:
Home Runs: Buster Posey (25)
Batting Avg: Melky Cabrera (.346)
Stolen Bases: Angel Pagan (29)

Cincinnati:
Home Runs: Jay Bruce (35)
Batting Avg: Joey Votto (.339)
Stolen Bases: Drew Stubbs (30)

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Posted: 10/8/2012 10:05:01 PM
Vogelsong keeps SF in this game for a while, but I like the reds to pull away in the mid to late innings here and win this game somewhere along the lines of a 4-2 final.
The Reds complete the sweep at home
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Posted: 10/9/2012 11:45:55 AM
Agreed.....like the Reds here. Vogelsong was pretty awful down the stretch besides 1 or 2 starts, and the Giants are having a really tough time getting the bats going.

Reds for the sweep, hoping I can get it at -140 to -150, no higher. 
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Posted: 10/9/2012 2:30:18 PM
San Fran and the Panda
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Posted: 10/9/2012 3:05:27 PM

It's DO or DIE for these GAYLORDS from SF.  I like SF in this game 3, they should respond somehow.  Cincy took the first 2 @ SF, so now SF will try to win on the road with Vogelsong, he has been pitching pretty descent recently for the couple past games.  Cincy had Bailey, wow, he had a no hitter on the road against Houston, wow, no way, he is good!! :), blah blah blah, i can get a no hitter against Houston, and so can my grandmother lol, gimme SF

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Posted: 10/9/2012 5:08:12 PM
This game is tough as hell to call IMO.


Vogelsong's L3 were all deadly.......0.53 ERA over his final three starts with 17 IP,12 hits a .88 whip and 2-0 record


 Bailey has not down well in the post season albeit with a small sample size. But in solid form now.

The Reds offense sucked in sept hitting only .230 but outscoring SF 14-2


SF offense was doing well then they only manage 2 runs in their 2 home games. Pagan and Scutaro 1-17


Giants have 88 overs to 70 unders on the year and the Reds have 62 overs to 89 unders (honestly those numbers sound reversed to me)

They park has played more unders this year but CIN bats are heating up. SF has WAY more overs on the road but are ice cold from the plate


Still not locked in yet as first pitch quickly approaches but whatever I play it won't be for a ton and I may just try and get something to the OAK ML later tonight.

Current lean is something like SFG +2.5 to either OAK +1.5 -130 or OAK ML +125



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Posted: 10/9/2012 5:08:24 PM
Giants (+134)

 
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Posted: 10/9/2012 5:14:50 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by mac0706:

It's DO or DIE for these GAYLORDS from SF.  I like SF in this game 3, they should respond somehow.  Cincy took the first 2 @ SF, so now SF will try to win on the road with Vogelsong, he has been pitching pretty descent recently for the couple past games.  Cincy had Bailey, wow, he had a no hitter on the road against Houston, wow, no way, he is good!! :), blah blah blah, i can get a no hitter against Houston, and so can my grandmother lol, gimme SF


That write up  = homophobic garbage... probably much like yourself ;)
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Posted: 10/9/2012 5:23:32 PM
Let's disect your brilliance with the Queen's good English...

-You like SF "in this game 3"...what are your thoughts on the other game 3?

-Vogelsong "has been pitching pretty descent recently for the couple past games".  The word is "decent" not "descent".  Descent means your ancestry or background. 

-"Cincy had Bailey" - how did they have him?  Sandusky style?

-"I can get a no hitter against Houston" - you can "have" a no hitter against Houston

-Finally, what's with the Gaylord comment?  Why bc they are from San Fran and that is where all the gays live in your little mind?

Seriously, clean up the garbage... you are dumping it everywhere.
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Posted: 10/9/2012 5:43:33 PM
Hey, mac... Bailey no-hit the Pirates in Pittsburgh, you idiot. (And, sorry... but a no-hitter is a damn no-hitter... give the guy some credit when due. Sheesh!)
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Posted: 10/9/2012 6:17:03 PM
Homer Bailey pitched a no-hitter vs the Pirates, not Houston. Not that that makes much of a difference! Lol 
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Posted: 10/9/2012 6:19:01 PM
Oops just saw the post about the Pirates...But seriously,  I agree a no-hitter is a no-hitter, regardless!
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Posted: 10/9/2012 8:21:26 PM
wow,seem like an eXtra inning game.enjoy!
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