Thursday, September 30, 2010

Surprisingly the Reds JV Team Doesn't Generate a lot of Offense, A-holes 2-0

It was probably a sound managerial decision by Dusty to sit the regulars last night but sure did make for a disappointing game against one of the least effective pitchers in the big leagues, Nelson Figueroa. That guy is brutal. And I can't imagine that Cueto was real pleased with the decision. Probably made him want to kick someone in the head and make them retire from their job. Probably the guy at the deli who keeps giving him creamy coleslaw rather than the vinegar based. That shit is brutal.

So, we'll have to see what gets run out there tonight. It would still be nice if they could move up from that 3 seed because, based on my understanding, the divisional leaders get seeded 1, 2, 3 with the Wild Card being assigned 4. Right now it goes Philly, San Francisco, Reds, and Braves. Typically, it would go 1-4 and 2-3, however, if the Wild Card and best divisional team are in the same division, it goes 1-3 and 2-4. I'm sure everyone already knew all of this but it allows me to appear intelligent or at least not borderline retarded. So, Reds in Phillville, which of course they still dominate. But they would dominate even more in San Francisco. Maybe make them quit playing baseball all together, which is preferred.

I think the team gets back on track today. Arroyo is going for win number 17 which would look pretty nice, at least to old stats guy Jocketty and his goon Bavasi, when he's encouraging the Reds to pick up his $12 million option this offseason.

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