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Live view of Great American Ball Park during #SolarEclipse2017.
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Jon RodgersNo one has ever explained why are attendance is always bad. Not just when we are BAD but after opening day it looks like not many?

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Andrew ReiI've been a Reds fan since 1974 (yes, all the way out here in Portland, Oregon). I have to say that the GAB is a beautiful ballpark. Riverfront/Cinergy was functional but not good-looking.

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Pauline MooreIt is a really eerie light...and also the feeling...I have experienced 2 total eclipses in my life, and they were really strange!

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Dan F HaugheyBorn and raised in Springield, OH... saw one like this when I was 6 or 7... or maybe when I was in 7th grade?... can't quite remember 😊🌝

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Scott McDanielFigures, slept through the last one '93, gonna miss this on because of clouds... hopefully I'm still around in 2024 for the next one

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Christine SammonsPeople want to talk bad about our Reds but you all are sure watching this channel from the stadium!

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Dave GriffisDue to the magic over Great American Ballpark I expect the Reds to go undefeated the rest of the season.

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Kyle Kuznof-DineenI guess Cincinnati missed the eclipse. That is soooo Cincinnati

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Dave MartinIf I didn't know better I'd think the Reds were playing

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Eric RebholzGo Reds

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Irene Shampton BehlingI love the Reds but im going back outside to watch the eclipse..!

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Paul NapierYou guys may want to switch to a different camera or change the angle

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Matt Piersonhopefully we can win a World Series by the time the next one comes through

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James CornellWhat a great song to play during this memorable event!

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Deena Jodrey KochThe ones that complain about the crowds are the ones that don't come to the games anyway!

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Nick JohnsonWhy call it eclipse at great American ball park if there's no eclipse

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Jon RodgersGABP is beautiful! Maybe before I die the Reds will win it all! 1990 was long ago! ⚾️😎⚾️

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Debbie CampbellAren't you a smart one Rick Walker. Don't like em don't watch them

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Lisa Zimmerman HansNothing better than a view of the ballpark on a sunny ☀️ day!

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Robert Raymond VanDyke IVI miss her.... 1 of the only places I feel at home with hundreds of Reds Fans! God I miss home. God Bless Cincinnati!

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Jon RodgersBroadcast interrupted? So the person walking on the warning track is still! Hahaha! Go Reds!😎⚾️⚾️⚾️⚾️⚾️⚾️⚾️⚾️⚾️⚾️

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Jon RodgersI think it's going to be a long long time....Is playing! Hope it's not to many more years!

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Michael MontgomeryLooks like a game day. Bring back the Big Red Machine.

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Shan Nancy BarlowI wish I could see a game there.i only see my Reds at Busch Stadium

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Luke EarleyBring back the winning ways in Cincy!!! #reds4life

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Jeremy D HinesAs much as we didn't like Dunn's strikeouts and bad defense - he's a nobrainer from this list.

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Jay PrattWhere's Hal Morris? The guy had a higher batting average than any reds player in the 90s and he is never even considered.

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Andy BuckRolen is the only one on this list that's a "No" for me. He wasn't great on the field when he was here, didn't live up to the hype, and the deal cost us Encarnacion. He was a .260 hitter for us and didn't hit for power aside from one year of 20HR. The others he was single digits. Still a great guy who belongs in the Cardinals HoF, though.

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Jeff ShrewsberryNone. Don't let Reds hall of fame become what MLB HOF became- and that is Hall of Mediocrity. There should be no mandate on players having to make it every year. There is either players good enough to get in or there is not. Don't settle. This list is settling. I liked all these players but they should not be spoken in the same breath as Rose, Bench, Robinson, etc.

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Brandon CoburnDunn's the only real candidate for me. Get out of here w/ Rolen. He's a Cardinal that played for the Reds for a bit. No thanks.

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Brent HarderMaybe Dunn, definately Franco. Sanders? Led majors in strikeouts almost every year he played!

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Wesley HillScott Rolen deserves it just as much as anyone else. If he wasn't on the team in 10 or 12 the Reds would have never made it to the postseason

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Brandon MillerReggie Sanders?

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Jim BlantonHow about 44 Eric Davis. He deserves it more than any one you pictured. He was a great red. Just saying. Dunn and leake didn't deserve #44

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James MoonFrom what I've seen, I would go with Dunn, Boone, and Graves.

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Mark JamesReggie should go in for going after Pedro Martinez haha Reggie was Pedro's daddy before the Yankees had their first date. Where's Hal Morris? If Boone and Rolen make the list, then why not Dmitri Young? Pokey Reese? Eddie Taubensee?

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Chris GrahamLogan Graham our three-run, bottom of the 11th man is getting inducted this year

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Terry SteimleFranco and Danny Graves. Graves is the Reds all time saves leader so even though he sucked horribly at the end of his career I can see him going in. Dunn is overrated, guaranteed 130 Ks a year and a defensive liability. Yes he hit home runs but as an all around great player, no. I liked Sanders and Boone but I just don't see the numbers for them. Rolen wasn't a Red long enough.

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Derek DrummondWhy is Scott Rolen even on here? No disrespect, but the guy played 3-4 years for the Reds at the end of his career. Most people don't think Cincinnati Reds when his name is mentioned, they think St. Louis

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Kathy BarrowWhy is Scott Rolen being considered? Can't you come up with more worthy players?

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Dave Duncanreally good players all, but hall of fame? I don't think any of them are hall of famers.

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Matthew SlusherWhy would Rolen even be on the list? Played three years here and was like 38 years old. Franco for sure. Maybe Dunn.

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Adam BrownFranco and Dunn. Franco was the first Reds closer to consistently hit above 30 saves per year. Dunn was about the most exciting player to watch during the years he wore a Reds uniform. He struck out a ton, but at least he was worth buying a ticket to watch during those awful years. Graves might be the All-Time Reds saves leader, but he also holds a career 43-44 record with a 4.05 ERA. The 2003 season was a disaster as a started going 4-14, and 2005 he had a 7.36 ERA before flipping every one off after being booed. His exit with the Reds was not exactly classy and Hall of Fame worthy. Sanders's best stat is that he finished 4th in ROY voting. Boone comes from a baseball family but is maybe most known for hitting the last HR in Synergy Field. Rolen will be in the Cardinals Hall of Fame but the Reds Hall of Fame should be solely based on their time in a Reds uniform.

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Timothy PardueI think a player should be a Red for at least 6 seasons to be considered into the Hall of Fame or did something spectacular during his time here. Franco should be in, although he spent most of his career has a Met. Graves and Dunn should be in as well. Boone was consistent but nothing worthy of a hall of fame mention, Rolen spent 3 1/2 seasons here at the end of his career, so no for him. Sanders was another player who was consistent, but no season stands out for him either, so I`ll say no for him.

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Curt MorrowI'm looking at all of these players and IMO the only ones that qualify would be the all-time Reds save leader - Danny Graves and I'm not so certain that is enough for him either. Don't cheapen it by adding people who haven't done anything great as a Red.

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Brian PooleEveryone but Rolen and Graves. Rolen wasn't here long enough and Graves flipped off the fans. I dont care how many saves he has.

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Drew SnyderThere isn't a single guy on this list I wouldn't be happy to see in the Reds HOF. I'd probably rank in order Dunn, Graves, Reggie, Boone, Franco, Rolen, but honestly we can't lose with this group.

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Chad McGahaFranco is 5th all time in saves ( 2nd when he retired, has the most saves as a left hander.) Stop with all the nay saying on Franco. He played 6 seasons as a Red, during his last 4 years he averaged 33 saves a year. Stop already lol.

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Brandon MonroeIt's between Sanders and Franco for me

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Petey EllisHow is Reggie Sanders not already in? Rolon never, just not long enough he's a Cardinal for historic reasons not a Red's. Dunn is a a HOF strikeout artist. His homers rarely if ever came in the clutch.

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Kimmie Benzinger StiglerThat's my grand-dog!! ❤️

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Kathy RoseTanya Montgomery Rose we need to borrow Duncan and Bella

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Ben WeckenbrockJude Maboné See baseball isnt all bad

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Tom FosnightBan the wooooo's!

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Debbie WheelerPinot!!!!🐶

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Cody HollonCan I bring my cat?

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Michael StantonAli Stigler is this graham?

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Emily HunsakerAndrea Morris

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Ronald SmithThe 1, 2 punch for the Reds is awful. They strike out 4 times more than they walk. They need to quit swinging at ball four.

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Timothy BedelWhat lineup move is everyone going to complain about today?? We all know Price did something wrong, even though the 8 man lineup that he makes up everyday has produced the 8th best offense in all of MLB and the 5th best in the NL.

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Gregory HildebrandI can honestly say that Price has done pretty well with his lineups my only critique he needs a little cpt.hook sparky in him went to far with wood last night leadoff billy might need a blow or a checkup from the neck up like Georgie Grande says he looks lost and couldn't lay a bunt down if his life depended on it can't knock his defense though at the plate he looks lost.

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Jeff L CampbellIt's sad that every pitcher knows the first 2 Red hitters are easy outs, someone told me on a post that Hamilton is in top 10 best on base hitters at leadoff spot,I won't argue but that's B.S. ,his on base percentage is close to worst on major league if you looked.

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Bradley GaitherWhat happened to Jackson Stephens ?

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Scott GarwoodOh my God! Billy Hamilton actually got a hit today. It doesn't matter how fast he is if he's only running back to the dugout.😩

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Rick KentWell you're ace lasted four innings and already got knocked out of the game, this team is so far from contending it's pathetic

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Joe WalshLuis pitched well only gave up 2 runs...just hit pitch count...he will be a STAR....

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Harold Marler Jr.From what I've been reading there are a lot of folks making comments that really don't know baseball. Not everyone.

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Patrick DoranThat's a deep line-up, and some decent starting pitching would make the Reds a real contender.

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Bobby PriceTo good of a team to.have the record we do. Keep fighting Reds !!!

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Trent BurtonGot the ace on the mound today let's get the sweep ... get hot redlegs !!!

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Michael LeoGet out the brooms

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Yolonda Fern Landrum ThomasonIt was awful.

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Mags OtooleGo Reds!

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Sandie DiephouseLet's go Reds.

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Melinda Gail AeschlimanGO REDLEGS!!!

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Cathy TheisGo Reds!

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Colt LewisThe pitching is just awful. Unreal the horrendous performances of the bullpen in this series. If not for a potent offense this team might have hard time winning 30 games. Wood yesterday. Storen today. Unreal waste of money.

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John BaysWhen Votto retires, Scooter will be my new favorite current roster Red.

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Will GullaIf the Reds don't pay him and bring him back they're crazy. He has been absolutely incredible all year. Especially with how poorly Peraza has been hitting this year and with a 31 year old injury prone Cozart set to hit free agency. Milwaukee has to be kicking themselves right now 😂

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Mike ThatcherI think his real name is Ryan. If I remember right, he was a troublemaker as a little kid and his mom wanted to teach him a lesson so she took him to the police dept. and the officer asked his name. He used to watch the Muppets as a kid and told him his name was scooter. He wouldn't go by any other name for years after that incident.

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David ReynoldsPhilosophical question: Someone named Scooter shouldn't be hitting all these home runs, shouldn't he? 😆 Not that I am complaining or anything.

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Mark Newman"And that will slam the door on this one". Proceeds to give up 4 runs in the bottom of the 9th, and would have lost without this grand slam.

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Roy PulsiferLove a team that scores 10 runs so often. Just wish they wouldn't give up the same. REDS fan until I die.

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Charles N AllenI was there last night Great game. Reds need to revamp the bullpen. They almost gave it back. I was getting worried there for a minute.

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Lane GroverBrandon who???? why should the Reds withhold his #4 jersey for at least a year. I think Scooter should stay with this number beyond this season, he's made a season already especially with three grand slams and one four homers game.

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Kyle GerkinsChaz Tyra, do you know any Braves fans who would enjoy this??

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David CuppI Love the Reds and hopefully we can get the pitching where it needs to be next yr. This team can hit, hopefully they can have both next yr for a better team. Die hard Reds fan!!!!

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Junior CoffeeWhat the brewers must be thinking for letting this young man go and they just recently went out and traded for a second basemen

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Mike GeGotta be some kinda record... 3 GS in a season, wow! Club record? MLB?

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David DykesThat may have been the most boring grand slam call I have ever heard.

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Jeffery Scott LonickerTime to trade him now

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Dan ZieglerBrewers should have never traded him. Jj Schmitz Matt Ziegler

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Donna Clark ShoeI was there!!!! It was beautiful!👊⚾️👊⚾️

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James KlampeSome guys don't get 3 grannies their entire careers!! That is awesome!!! Way to go Scooter!!!!

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Chris Short3 grand slams in one year! What is the record?

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Jodi NewellJohn Bays he won't be there that long they will trade him for a couple prospects 😂

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Joe WalshWas there...saw it.....loved it

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Rick JonesThis guy was found money. The Reds better not let him get away.

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Jennifer Danielle CampbellSome people ask the question: How did he get so good this year when he never had the same success in Milwaukee? I think it's a combination of finally living the dream of playing for the team he grew up rooting for and connecting with the Reds hitting coach in a way he never did with the hitting coach in Milwaukee .

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Kathy GriesingerWhat an Incredible pick-up Scooter's been ! Love That Guy!

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Denise Doyle-HolscherIt was an amazing thing to watch! Scooter, you're the Bomb!

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Thomas RamseyShould keep him and build around him, the reds will be good soon

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REDS WIN!!
Final: Reds 11, Braves 8

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Eddie Prindle Jr.We r now 10.5 back now with half month left it's possible if we have good pitching

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Kori DruryDon't care about the bad season but what type of steroids has Genett taken this season (kidding) but seriously he's having the best season of his career and the best season he will ever have. What a great pick up Walt Jocketty

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Carol ElliottREDLEGS ON A ROLL! LOVE IT!

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Jim DowdenWay to go, Scooter!!!!

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Carol CarothersGood game guys!!! Keep it up!!

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Jack-ie DayScooter the Man

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Shane McDowellGreat win!!!

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Jimmy BlantonThree in a row

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Douglas GydeWOOOOOOOO FROM CALI GO REDS

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Dianna LutzWay to go boys!!!

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Sue DownamGood job guys

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Shane McDowellGreat game!!!

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Tim PuckettBlake Wood is JJ Hoover no excuse for the game to get that close.

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Duane DemingJust think if the owners of the team would spend some money to bring some decent pitching in, how great a team that would be!

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Nick WadePretty sad they would have lost if it wasn't for Scooters grand slam but a wins a win and I'll take it ps please get rid of Blake Wood and Shackelford

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Duane TolliverWhen will they learn that Blake Wood isn't big league stuff. Why didn't he bring Lorenzen in to start the inning just plan stupid the game wouldn't have been that close

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Kasey RutherfordThe pen gave up 4 runs in the ninth and Atlanta had the tying run at bat when the game ended. Chicago came back from 9-1 earlier in the week. Let's not kid ourselves, we can hold our own offensively and for the most part, defensively, but the pitching has been atrocious. I don't see that changing anytime soon.

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Patty SemenzaYeah the Reds win on my 28th wedding anniversary. Almost as long as its been since they won the world series. Happy in Cali!!!

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Darrin FogleI was so wrong this year. As, Scooter continues his magical season, I said he would eventually play to the back of his baseball card! Not this year! What a year by this guy!

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William WrightThe Reds have a pretty awesome road trip especially going toe to toe vs da Brewers & Cubs & then beating da Braves the first two games of this series, hey Castillo give the starting rotation a great pitching performance so the Reds can get the sweep in this series.

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Jacob PhillipsWhere's all the clowns talking junk about Schebler? Lol

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Roger Sanders80 runs the last 11 games, offense has been getting it done. Need to keep scoring.

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Ryan GainesDid I miss something? Did Stephenson get hurt? otherwise ytf would u pull him out after 75 pitches?!

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Greg ColleyScooter wins. Blake Wood did his best to lose this game.

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Chris CatillerThat was a heart stopper in the 9th. Thank God for Scooter!

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Sam Taylor LivingstonI'll give my Cincy boys one thing, year in and year out since for 25 years I've been watching game, they've flashed that leather!

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Tina HaasI'm glad the Reds have Adam, and that he's flourishing. When he was in the Giants organization, he didn't fare as well. Defense marginal, and bat more off than on.

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Frank SnowdenON NO !!!! SCOOTER JANNETT, ANOTHER GRAND SLAM. !!!!

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Brian EbkaIf the Reds could only play the Pirates cardinals and braves they would make the playoffs. Lol. Reds fan 4 Life

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Brent RentschlerGreat all around player. Sign him long term now why it's cheaper

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Brian BroadtWe have some great young players....if we had pitching, we'd be dangerous.

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Doris KleinAdam. , you are a great player, love. To watch you , Amazing. , keep up the good work an be safe. Ky. Man. !!!!

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Jason MelvinDuvall would be a star if he played for Yankees/Sox/Dodgers/Cubs.

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Cathy TheisGo Reds!

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Jim McCulloughGennett just hit a slam!!!

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Danny RichardsReds should have 2 gold gloves in the outfield

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Hollyann HowardDan Hart I'm just worried about him choking on his gum. 😏😂

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Don RatcliffeWe are young, it's coming!

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Mallory RollerDuvallstar😍⚾️

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Colt LewisGreat all around player.

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Tammy FletcherDuvall reminds me of Freel. Very athletic player.

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Melinda Gail Aeschliman💘 Duvy

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Daryl SilviaSweet!

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Brenden Reedgive him the gold glove. he should’ve gotten it last year

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Mike HangGold Glove. Just sayin'.

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Maryann CisneAre we suppose to get excited about a .228 hitter returning to the lineup? Price said Winker would play the rest of the season and he's batting .438 over the last week.

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Jeff L CampbellReds have the worst lead off hitter in the league, Hamilton should be benched until he can bunt or work on hitting, wat good is speed on base if you can't get on. Idk

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Mike Andersontrying to really not like duvall or schebler too much or they will just get traded i would like to see them bring gennett back as well

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Timothy BedelSame can be said again today as I said yesterday... Reds fans never cease to amaze me. Three weeks ago everyone was crying that they wanted Winker up here, Winker needs a shot to play everyday, etc. Two weeks ago Hamilton had a good week and everyone was quick to say "look how great he is playing, He has improved so much, etc." Now Ervin has two decent games and everyone is ready to crown him a starting position not only the rest of this year, but next year as well. I've even seen people say trade Duvall (insanity at it's finest). The offense for this team this year hasn't been the problem. It has been the pitching. The lineups that Price has out there day after day have produced the 11th best offense in all of baseball and 6th best in the NL. All the teams ahead of them in the NL will be playoff teams. They have the highest scoring offense in MLB during the month of August. So I would stop questioning the lineups that Price fills out everyday.

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Virgil ClausenSo funny, right field is not the problem in fact with the present three plus our two backups we are covered there. I hope the Reds consider getting a couple of good free agency starting pitchers over the winter. Hate to waste the talent we have on the field now.

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Stanley OstrowskiWhy Winker hitting .290

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Karyl EntnerI am always torn between the two teams I like best when they play each other. I live in Reds County but am a long-time Braves fan too.

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Steve YoungImportant not to win too many games, blows our high draft pick that this organization covets during this "rebuild"... geez, give Ervin and Winker an opportunity. I like Schebler, but I believe he's been given an opportunity...

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Jay EibenI love Schebler the guy plays hard. But I would sit him and play Winker the rest of the year. I would also sit Billy.and play Ervin in CF and let him lead off. You need to see what these guys can do over a Month and a half against big league pitching. Two games means nothing. They need to figure out the OF for 2018. Right now Duvall is the only one with a spot for next year

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Chris ShadI'd really like to see them keep giving winker and Ervin time in the majors to see what they can do. Our batting g been pretty good all season long we just gotta get our pitchers off the DL and we'd be having a pretty stellar year. Go reds!

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Joey BarrettI like our outfielders! They seem to all be good defenders, we have power (Duvall/Shebler) we have speed and amazing defense (Billy) and we have two guys that can get on base at a solid clip (Winker/Ervin). I'd be thrilled to have all those guys back next year. It will be interesting how it all shakes out with these guys competing for spots and how that plays out with our need for starting pitching.

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Alan ColemanAs of today the Dodgers are as many games over .500 (52) as the Reds have won all season. Are the Dodgers that good, the Reds that bad, or both?

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Adam SloneA whole lot of talent on this club. If they could get some starting pitching they'd be a force to be reckoned with. Go Reds!

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Brendan EnnisGreat idea, sit winked and let a .228 hitter plsy

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Wanda J WeyantLet's do this RED'S can we get 3 in a row!

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Lance LackeyReds have to rest Ervin and Winker so they can be energized for the post season fourth place run.

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Lori Ann Wood MartinNervous about pitcher tonight and I think Winker has done a great job. Hopefully these two can surprise me.

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Rick KentGreg shupert, you are 100% right, that's One of the reasons Brian Price is a lousy manager

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Guy Joseph Vernœille MaîtreTrying to realy not like duvall or schebler much or they will just get. The offense for this team this year has not been problem

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Andrew ScarberryJason Alexander I think I might break #the6 out tonight and go to bww

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Tony HornEveryone slamming him., what bout Hamiltons 0 fors. Guess thats ok even tho he is the leadoff batter.

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Lance LackeyI seriously believe this ownership is getting paid to lose.

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Mark FloydTrade him...please!

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Lori BelcherGlad Cozart is sitting out today. Major OUCH! yesterday

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Jason HewittKeep Ervin in the lineup!!

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Linda Smith PhillipsDidn't this occur shortly after his father passed away?

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Colt LewisThat was awesome. What the heck happened to his pitching abilities this year? He's been bad.

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Zachary JamesThis was such a special moment, was absolutely chilling getting to be there, really wasn't even all that packed that night. Yet, listen to all that noise!

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Tyler ConersCortney Ann Devlaeminck this was the home run that occurred shortly after his father died

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Daniel MagillWas a great night! Over 26,000 that evening and man did this fire us all up! One of my favorite players!!

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Carrie Mayle LemmelI still tear up watching this!

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Mike Andersonthey just ran a story on it again on tv not too long ago yeah it was the first game back after his dad passed away

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John SchmidtDon't tell mom! The audio tells the story. The video gets me every time

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Chris GambrelMy wife and I were there that night sitting pretty close to home plate. We could see the tears on his curtain call! Special moment!

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Donna HarroldWhat happened to him. He's terrible this year. No enthusiasm like he had last year.

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Wyatt DavisKelly Trimble this is the guy I was telling you about who lost his father the same day

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Curt RoweI'm happy to see any home run vs the Dodgers.

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Jeff WilliamsonOne of my all time favorite Reds moments. Love Lorenzen!

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Ginnie Tomes MaxwellI cry every time beautiful story that went with this pitch!

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John BaysI get teary eyed every time I watch this video. Great moment!

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Tom HesterOne of the top 5 memorable runs in Reds history?

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Eddie DarosaI had already forgotten

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Stephanie CahillRandin Bolin weren't we there?

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Randin BolinI'm not sure

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Eileen O'TooleBittersweet moment. RIP Mr. Lorenzen.

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Fred WoodsErnest T Bass

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David BlevinsHe should be a starter

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Patrick KelleyGreat moment

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Jackie BensleyStill brings tears.

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Amanda RobersonLisa Roberson... we should meet in Cincy and go to this!!

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Lynsey GonzalezDavid Gonzalez how neat would this have been?! 😩

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