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10-10-2010, 10:04 PM
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Phillies 2010 Postseason: Red October III

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Haha. Scott Rolen.

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Thank you how sweet it is **** you Rolen

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Phillies starters in this series

23 IP 3 ER 1.23 ERA 2 CG SO's 4 runs 10 hits

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Its awesome to see Jamie is still with the team having fun

Guy is a class act

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why the hell would anyone interview Danny Baez?

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Jamie is the man. Hamels just flat out dominated tonight. Hope his confidence is through the roof.

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We got compared to the Yankees in the post-game show. Swagger of a veteran or something.

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It was awesome that it was Rolen for the last out. Perfect.

Also, they were talking to Chooch in the post game and they asked him who was the biggest influence in being such a great game calling catcher. He said Jamie Moyer by alot. Jamie must talk to him alot about pitching and every game they have a conversation about the lineup and how to get everyone out.

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It was awesome that it was Rolen for the last out. Perfect.

Also, they were talking to Chooch in the post game and they asked him who was the biggest influence in being such a great game calling catcher. He said Jamie Moyer by alot. Jamie must talk to him alot about pitching and every game they have a conversation about the lineup and how to get everyone out.
Gotta get Jamie on the staff... I believe his wife is a Left Coast girl, IIRC, unless I'm confusing her with another wife, but it would be great for him to settle down here and tutor/mentor the youg pitchers and catchers for years to come... when he is done pitching that is; I think he wants to get another contract somewhere and continue if he can.


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Look at Valdez on the left... haha... why bother wearing goggles if you're going to not have them over your eyes.

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Gotta get Jamie o the staff... I believe his wife is a Left Coast girl, IIRC, unless I'm confusing her with another wife, but it would be great for him to settle down here and tutor/mentor the youg pitchers and catchers for years to come... when he is done pitching that is; I think he wants to get another contract somewhere and continue if he can.
I say we keep Jamie on as long as possible. You have to love what he brings in terms of preparation, experience, knowledge, and as a 5th starter. Plus, he is the very definition of consistent.

You lock him up to help this organization in a major way.

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I couldn't be happier that Scott Rolen was the final out.

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Congrats. The Reds did make it kinda easy though, with 6 unearned runs given up or so. Anyway, good luck the rest of the way.


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There's a rude awakening coming if the offense doesn't show up.

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There's a rude awakening coming if the offense doesn't show up.
If we face the Braves, we won't have any kind of rude awakening really .

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Haha, somehow I missed that during the game.

Unfortunately, that was the most entertaining thing Little Roy did this series.

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pitch 119 of the night, 95 mph cheese that rolen wasnt even close to. a perfect end to the series for any phillies fan. i think he had 6 or 7 strikeouts in the series.

first postseason sweep in team history. the phils in their playoff history have been up 2-0 twice in a series, both times they won the world series.

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I wouldn't say the Phillies won as much as I'd say the Reds totally melted down and blew it. The Phillies didn't have to play hard at all, the Reds beat themselves. Just like they always do.
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The only "dominant pitching" was Halladay. How many runs did the Phillies score on errors or as a result of errors in games 2 and 3? If not for errors and Cheatin' Chase the Reds would have easily taken game 2. If not for errors and a fan-assisted home run in game 3 the Reds might have won that one too.

Of course your head is so far up your own ass you'd never admit it.
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This, 100%. I knew the Reds wouldn't win the series so I'm not all bent out of shape about the losses. BUT, it is bad when the TBS announcers during game 3 kept showing clips of game 2 and saying things like, "this was a loss to the reds due to bad calls" and "the Reds lost this one because the Phillies got lucky with missed calls" and I think I even heard one of them say something along the lines of, "I don't see how that ump honestly think he was actually hit by that pitch, you'd think he do a little more than look around if he were hit by a 101mph fastball."
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Right. We all knew the Reds weren't going to win the series going in. We all hoped they'd play the Braves in the first round. But considering their payroll is less than half of Philadelphia's I'd say they did pretty well.

Edit: And yes, Galvo, it's cute seeing Oswalt smile like he had something to do with the win. He was on his way to getting the L in game 2.
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I anticipated the Reds to win one game, which in all honesty, if baseball had play reviews and a coach could challenge a play, the reds probably would have won game 2. But it would have ended there. Good luck to the phillies, but stop acting like your team dominated the series. They were low scoring games, which says a lot about how the reds played. At any rate, next year the Reds will do just as well as they did this year, unlike the Bengals.
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TBS brought that up, champ.

This is why I hate PA sports fans. Not once has any of us Reds fans (on here) said things like, "you guys suck, grow up, etc etc etc." You're just too thick headed to understand that game 2 was a lucky win. You can't be adult enough to say, "yeah, there were some iffy calls that if correctly made, would have changed that outcome." Dude, I am one of the easiest baseball fans to talk to about wins/losses. If our team loses, then congrats to your team. If our team wins, then better luck next year to your team. But when it comes to not being able to admit luck, then maybe you should be the one asking, "How old I am, 14?"
Hahahaha.

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