Found July 23, 2013 on RedLegFans:
Back after the All-Star break and Choos on a roll and BP just keeps knocking guys in. The Reds are still in third but have a strong lead in the wild card as they head west. Use promo code “RedLeg” on CincyShirts.com to save 15% In this week’s show: Last Talked 6-4 Overall 56-43 Division 4.5 Games back of StL 3 Back of Pitt (5 Games up for 2ed Wild Card) Tuesday (Lose 2-0 Brewers) Cingrani 7IP 3H 2R 10K (both scored on 2-run shot in 5th) Reds only 3 Hits D-Rob triple Wednesday (Win 6-2 Brewers) Leake 8 2/3IP 4H 2R Choo 3H 1BB 2R, BP 3RBI, Bruce 2RBI Thursday (Lose 6-5 Braves) Latos 4IP 6R 7K, Ondrusek&Simon both 2IP 1H 0R BP 2RBI (Freeman 4 RBI for Braves) Friday (Win 4-2 Braves) Arroyo 7IP 3H 1R Chapman gives up a HR in 9th to snap streak BP 2RBI Saturday (Lose 5-2 Braves) Bailey 6IP 10H 4R 7K, Simon gives up HR in 9th Corky RBI Sunday (Win 8-4 Braves) Cingrani 4IP (96pitches) 2R (1ER) 5K, Pen 5IP 5H 2R BP 3RBI, Bruce 2-run HR, Choo solo shot Monday – Thursday All-Star bre...
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