2022 Cardinals MLB Game 151 thread – Thursday, Sept. 22 at Padres

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  • #201917
    1toughdominican
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    Oliver…Yeah, bad thing about it was that he was placed on 1B to PR and it was a RHP with a move to 1B that was so-so.

    #201918
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    EuroDandy…No, neither one is correct. McGee had 6 hits, but I think most people would guess Porter who was WS MVP and had 8 hits, or Hernandez who had 7 hits and led all other Redbirds with 8 RBI’s. At the time, I thought Keith should have been named WS MVP. On the second one, the correct answer is a guy who was actually a member of the ’64 Cardinals, but never worked in that year’s WS.

    #201919
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    Not much chance of victory today! Put starter hasn’t won a game all year and is a shell of his former self! We need at least 6 runs to be competitive today! At least Dejong is not in the lineup! I think they should bring up the SS Mason Winn and just see what he could do! No way you can put Dejong on a playoff roster! Total waste of space!

    #201920
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    Steve60…I agree. Is Winn the only guy they got down there?

    #201921
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    A hint to baseball trivia question number 1…The player who is the correct answer had just 1 hit in the 1985 WS, but it was a big one…

    #201922
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    Oliver…No, Porter’s not the guy. Darrell finished up that WS with “just” 8 hits and a WS MVP award.

    #201923
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    Well, it’s almost first pitch. If the correct answers aren’t submitted by this elite squad of experts in a bit, I’ll end the manic anxiety and anticipation with the answers in a minute or two…

    #201924
    blingboy
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    Maybe we got the pool noodles out of the bat rack. We will see.

    #201925
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    Well, after the Edman whif I meant.

    #201926
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    The answer to question # 1 is Dane Iorg, who not only had 9 hits, but also led both ’82 WS teams with a scathing .529 BA. Interestingly enough, he also had only 1 hit in the 1985 WS. That solitary PH base-hit pushed across the tying and winning run for KC in the infamous game 6 of the 1985 WS…

    The answer to question #2 is Mike Cuellar, who posted a W/L record of 20-9 for the 1971 Orioles. He went 5-5 as a pitcher for the 1964 WS Championship Cardinals, but never made an appearance in that year’s WS.

    #201927
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    And after the Donovan dribbler to the pitcher. My grand daughter hits better than that. She’s 5.

    #201928
    Oliver
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    Another inning another 0

    #201929
    blingboy
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    Well, at least Goldy beats out an infield hit. There we go.

    #201930
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    Heading out to din din. Good luck.

    #201931
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    but 2 hits that’s an improvement

    #201932
    1toughdominican
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    Well, Profar gave a pretty good demonstration on how to push a quick run across HP. Let’s hope the Cardinals were paying attention.

    #201933
    Ratsbuddy
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    Here’s a trivia question for everyone……When, or IF, will the Redbirds score another run this season?

    #201934
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    Ratsbuddy…I make a concerted effort to at least allow a decent chance at the correct answer for our panel of experts. Your question is not unlike asking precisely how the universe was formed…

    #201935
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    Chip, chip, chip. The Pads make it 2-0 as they capitalize on the Cards mistakes. St Louis has stranded two in each of the first two innings.

    #201936
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    Lucky to get past that inning with 1 run allowed. Knizner had no chance to get a tag down and I was afraid the two baserunners moving over to 2nd and 3rd was going to be pricey.

    #201937
    Oliver
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    Musgrove is not sharp…they should score this inning

    #201938
    Cardinal in France
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    Flaherty continues to look un-ace-like.

    #201939
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    Dickerson got hot for awhile and got his average up. But he’s fizzled out now and probably shouldn’t be hitting 3rd. Too bad Gorman does nothing but strike out.

    #201940
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    Where are we now in innings without a run? The 1906 A’s and the 1968 Cubs each went scoreless in 48 consecutive innings.

    #201942
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    It concerns me that as we are supposedly getting ready for a playoff run we continue to put people like Dejong and Burleson in the lineup! We need to at least try and have 9 above 200 hitters! Burleson won’t play in playoffs so why play him now! I don’t love Carlson but he is better option especially in the field and he actually hits like 235 which ain’t good but is 70 points above Burleson!

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