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Settling the Score: Friday’s results

Aug 17, 2013, 8:57 AM EDT

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The Cardinals were shut out by the Cubs yesterday afternoon, so the Reds had a chance to move into second place in the National League Central with a win over the Brewers last night. And they appeared in fine position to do just that when Arolids Chapman strolled to the mound for the bottom of the ninth inning. However, Jonathan Lucroy had other ideas in mind.

After Jean Segura beat out an infield single to lead off the ninth, Lucroy turned on a hanging 1-2 slider from Chapman and put it over the left field fence to secure a stunning 7-6 victory for the Brewers. Lucroy was 0-for-5 with five strikeouts in his career against the hard-throwing left-hander coming into the night.

The loss snapped a five-game winning streak for the Reds, who now sit at 69-53 on the season. They are a half-game behind the Cardinals and 3 1/2 games behind the first-place Pirates. With the Reds and Cardinals comfortably atop the standings for the Wild Card play-in game, it looks like all three NL Central teams will be playing October baseball.

Your Friday box scores:

Cardinals 0, Cubs 7

Royals 2, Tigers 1; Royals 3, Tigers 0

Diamondbacks 2, Pirates 6

Yankees 10, Red Sox 3

Dodgers 4, Phillies 0

Giants 14, Marlins 10

Rockies 6, Orioles 3

Blue Jays 4, Rays 5

Nationals 2, Braves 3 (10 innings)

Mariners 3, Rangers 1

White Sox 5, Twins 2

Astros 8, Angels 2

Mets 5, Padres 2

Indians 2, Athletics 3

  1. Anoesis - Aug 17, 2013 at 9:13 AM

    Where the heck is everybody? So what if it’s Saturday? I look forward to reading all the goofy synopsis from you guys. I guess if you aren’t at “work” I’ll just have to wait until you’re done sleeping in….

    • mississippimusicman - Aug 17, 2013 at 9:29 AM

      “And That Happened” only happens Monday through Friday mornings. On weekends we get “Settling the Score” instead, and fewer posts by Craig.

      • Anoesis - Aug 17, 2013 at 9:37 AM

        So nobody puts up their various takes on the day’s previous games just because it isn’t ATH by Calcaterra? Ok, thanks, got it. And here I thought it was about baseball. My bad.

      • Old Gator - Aug 17, 2013 at 12:42 PM

        Hey, patience. It’s Saturday morning. Make yourself a cup of coffee grown at high altitude in the shade, fry up some eggs, pork chops and hash browns and help yourself to a fresh baked croissant. The gang always comes along slowly after TGIF Night festivities.

      • dirtyharry1971 - Aug 17, 2013 at 8:03 PM


      • Old Gator - Aug 18, 2013 at 9:58 AM

        Versus garden variety idiocy.

  2. uyf1950 - Aug 17, 2013 at 9:35 AM

    Soriano continues his hot steak and so do the Yankees 6 wins in their last 8 games. Their chances of making the postseason while still slim are improving. They are better today then they were 10 days ago.

    • unclemosesgreen - Aug 17, 2013 at 10:31 AM

      I don’t think ‘hot streak’ does Sori justice at this moment – for his AB’s I would roll the ball up to the plate at this point. And I’d be afraid he would somehow golf it for a double.

      Watch – Kevin Long will soon have Mark Reynolds hitting the ball opposite field into the Yankee Stadium Right-Center Field jetstream. I’m sick about this already.

      • churchoftheperpetuallyoutraged - Aug 17, 2013 at 11:10 AM

        You have to forgive me as there hasn’t been much to enjoy as a Yanks fan this year, but this was great last night:

      • nbjays - Aug 17, 2013 at 5:54 PM

        Fret not, UnkMo… Soriano (and likely Reynolds) are just enjoying the same “pinstripes bump” that Wells and Pronk saw upon arriving in the Big Apple. As soon as that envelope postmarked “Hell” and stating “Past Due” arrives, however, they’ll revert to the norm.

      • dirtyharry1971 - Aug 17, 2013 at 7:43 PM

        or what nbjays really means is they will turn into useless players like 95% of the jays roster. The only difference will be these guys are under very short contracts where the bluejays are stuck with their mistakes for a while. They cant draft, they can’t trade, and they sure as heck cant sign free agents. The last part is probably because nobody really wants to go to a team that has “no chance”

  3. misterj167 - Aug 17, 2013 at 9:41 AM

    Meanwhile, on ESPN:

    “Great game by the Nats last night, Bob: a wonderful moral victory they can look forward to remembering in years to come.”

    “Absolutely, Doug. This despite two attempts by two different pitchers at flat-out murder on the Greatest Player Who Ever Played The Game. Aptly-named reporter Ivana DuHarp talked to the insanely skilled outfielder about the classless attempts on his life.”

    (two hours later)

    “Great report, Ivana, hope they have someone to clean up that mess on the floor. In other news, ARod. Here’s special Yankee reporter Braunchs Baumer with a report:”

    (four hours later)

    “Well that’s it for Baseball Tonight. Tune in for Nationals Spotlight where we talk about the greatest team ever to set foot on the field. By the way, who was it that played the Nats yesterday, Doug?”

    “Got me, Bob.”

    • proudlycanadian - Aug 17, 2013 at 9:47 AM

      Thank you for the fine update. Since I do not get ESPN, it is wonderful to find out what I have been missing. By the way, has ESPN ever found the “man in white”?

      • dirtyharry1971 - Aug 17, 2013 at 11:01 AM

        You don’t get ESPN? Do you have running water at least? Canada must be living in the dark ages!!! Go figure!

      • nbjays - Aug 17, 2013 at 5:58 PM

        The fact that we here in Canada don’t have — or, more correctly, “aren’t inflicted by” — ESPN proves conclusively that we are a more advanced civilization than our southern neighbours — yes, that’s neighbours, spelled with an “ou”.

    • buffal0sportsfan - Aug 17, 2013 at 10:04 AM

      Don’t forget round the clock coverage of Tom Brady and LeBron James.

    • voteforno6 - Aug 17, 2013 at 10:53 AM

      The Braves are a trash team with trash fans from a trash city. Sherman had the right idea about Atlanta.

      • chc4 - Aug 17, 2013 at 11:19 AM

        Haha, a loser Nats fan I take it? Or Phillies? There are no worse trash cities in our fine country than DC and Philly so I’m guessing you have an inferiority complex. As you should.

      • historiophiliac - Aug 17, 2013 at 11:20 AM

        Yea, a total war joke!

      • voteforno6 - Aug 17, 2013 at 12:32 PM

        Inferiority complex about what? Atlanta? Why would anyone have an inferiority complex about that place? Please name one distinctive thing about that city. I lived a couple of hours from there several years ago, and the only things that stick in mind are the poorly designed road system and the poorly designed airport. Of course, that’s par for the course for Atlanta ( What a terrible place to live.

        The Braves are having a good season…so what? All teams go through good and bad seasons. They’ve been acting like Tony La Russa’s Cardinals teams, and their fans are even worse. Giving a standing ovation to the pitcher that hit Harper the second time? This, after how they acted during the Wild Card game last year. Those are the reputations that the team and its fans are getting. I would say that their fans are owning that reputation, but that would imply that they possess self-awareness. Considering how oblivious they are to how dumb they look when they do that chop thing, I wouldn’t give them even that much credit.

      • jimeejohnson - Aug 17, 2013 at 12:54 PM


      • hova84 - Aug 17, 2013 at 12:58 PM

        For Atlanta to be such a trash town, you sure are talking about it a lot.

    • Old Gator - Aug 17, 2013 at 1:00 PM

      misterj167: just wanted to take a few seconds to tell you how much I enjoy these. FYI been chatting on the grapevine with other members of the Circling the Bases community who get a kick out of them too. You’re appreciated. I can’t watch ESPN with a straight face anymore.

      • misterj167 - Aug 17, 2013 at 4:24 PM

        Thanks, Old Gator! Sadly, like the Comic Book Guy, it’s not that much of an exaggeration!

      • dirtyharry1971 - Aug 17, 2013 at 7:45 PM

        but gator bait can you have a bowel movement with a straight face? Seriously now, just a honest question is all

      • moogro - Aug 18, 2013 at 4:18 AM

        These are great.

      • Old Gator - Aug 18, 2013 at 10:01 AM

        Our resident Artificial Stupidity is really hung up on excrement. Perhaps it coagulated around a bit of cyberspatial data about Freud’s theory of juvenile anal fixation.

  4. dirtyharry1971 - Aug 17, 2013 at 9:46 AM

    the bluejays are 20-32 against AL East teams, if you cant win in your own division you are toast, case closed, maybe the firings begin in Toronto!!

    • proudlycanadian - Aug 17, 2013 at 9:48 AM

      In other news, Harry’s mom still does not like him best even though he was raised as an only child.

      • dirtyharry1971 - Aug 17, 2013 at 10:00 AM

        in other news all 6 bluejay fans refuse to believe the season is over even though they are 15 games out of first place and 13 1/2 games out of the wildcard with 40 games left!!!

        Can you say the season is over?
        Can you say the bluejays were a total BUST?
        Can you say no future?
        Can you say 2014 will be no different?

        You bet you can!!!

      • Old Gator - Aug 17, 2013 at 11:04 AM

        Well, it’s nice to see that even though AIs throughout the matrix have other things to do on weekends, Poor Dim One Note Harry, Circling the Bases’ resident artificial stupidity (AS), is always here with his all-too-usual creche of worn out jape and wheeze, his occasional dose of misinformation, his jaundiced attitude and his prodigious capacity to bore silly.

        As promised, on Monday we will begin examining the structure and content of CTB is depth to try to determine which bits of wayward data might have supplied the coagulation nuclei making it possible for an artificial stupidity to coagulate and then clot on this site, frozen in time, strictly circumscribed in content, struggling to become what it is not. I need to finish re-reading Gibson’s Neuromancer trilogy first. It sure beats watching the Feesh.

      • dirtyharry1971 - Aug 17, 2013 at 11:12 AM

        Lets examine what PC just wrote shall we? He talks about bluejay fans showing up in large numbers in other cities, Last nite against the rays in tampa they drew 15,433 which isn’t even near being half full. Hmm lets check some other things here, shall we? The jays rank 14th in attendance this season, while I admit that’s pretty shocking for a team that’s as terrible as the bluejays. But this is hardly a big turnout as he is suggesting. There is nobody coming up from the minors to help this team, its been proven the scouts and front office do not and can not perform their job well. The other falsehood he wrote is the so called doom hanging over the Yanks, trust be told they have LOTS of money coming off the books this off season and have some real talent on the farm that’s going to be up with the team next year and actually help the team. The jays on the other hand, well 1993 is a distance memory and the streak is alive and well and anyone who doesn’t think the streak is going to be enforced in 2014 is only joking themselves or they are pc. Either way santa isn’t coming to Toronto anytime soon

      • dirtyharry1971 - Aug 17, 2013 at 11:17 AM

        well its nice to see old gator blah blah blah, blah blah blah, blah blah blah. You are about as entertaining as CSPAN on tv!! Yikes!!

      • indaburg - Aug 17, 2013 at 11:23 AM

        I was one of those15k last night at the Trop. It makes me so sad (in baseball terms, not in the grand scheme of What Truly Matter) how few people come out to support the amazing product the Rays put on the field. Don’t blame the fans–we’re the ones showing up, the ones supporting this team. Blame the lack of fans.

        This area truly does not appreciate what a gem it has, and when they Rays are gone, deservedly so, they’ll see what they lost.

      • Old Gator - Aug 17, 2013 at 11:25 AM

        Well, it’s nice to see our resident Artificial Stupidity, Poor Dim One Note Harry, come up with such a unique and original metaphor for a change. All of your others were hackneyed, recycled, borrowed, impersonated. No one has ever associated C-Span with boring before. Congratulations on pushing the envelope. Hope you didn’t bring a spam filter down on yourself. It would be a shame to lose you and have to find some other source of ordure to draw the flies away from the windowscreen.

      • Old Gator - Aug 17, 2013 at 11:32 AM

        Perhaps what we really ought to do is examine what our resident Artificial Stupidity spontaneously generated out of his shallow well of rehashed commentary, if we might, just for the sake of argument, dignify it with that appellation. First, let’s dismiss the stuff we’ve seen from him overandoverandoverandoverandover(etc). That leaves us with his syntax, punctuation and capitalization. We can…uh…no, I see it’s almost 11:30 AM and I have to be in North Macondo by 8 PM. I guess I won’t have time to correct Poor Dim One Note Harry’s third grade writing errors today after all.

        Sorry, Poor Dim One Note Harry. Husband your pathetic illiteracy for another day. Maybe we’ll get to it tomorrow.

      • nbjays - Aug 18, 2013 at 9:21 AM

        Now Gator… don’t bring harry’s husband into this…

  5. proudlycanadian - Aug 17, 2013 at 10:16 AM

    Only 6 fans? You jest Harry. As Harry is an avid follower of the Blue Jays, he is well aware that the Jays have had the largest increase in attendance this season and that Blue Jay fans are showing up in large numbers when they play in other cities. It has been an off season, but unlike the doom hanging over the head of Yankee fans who are dealing with an elderly over-paid team that has a major luxury tax issue, the Jays fans know that reinforcements are coming from the DL and the minors.

    • Old Gator - Aug 17, 2013 at 1:05 PM

      PC – Our resident Artificial Stupidity, Poor Dim One Note Harry, couldn’t figure out how to position his response – and you know how akin his are to the sort of mindless reflex responses you get from tapping your elbow with a rubber tomahawk? – beneath your post for the sake of logical continuity. Perhaps there was some static in the matrix, although, in all probability, it’s only because he/it is a gibbering imbecile who can’t even complete simple tasks correctly. In any case, check way up above for it; just one more thing he can’t get right.

  6. kcrobert10 - Aug 17, 2013 at 10:55 AM

    Still recovering from my hangover from celebrating royals sweeping the tigers in a day night double hitter….

    • Old Gator - Aug 17, 2013 at 11:06 AM

      Here’s what you do: make yourself a big pot of filter coffee. Pour it back into the water chamber and re-brew it through the same dregs four or five times. Then drink it. You will vomit and immediately begin to feel better. Don’t eat anything else till dinner. Then see if Lucky Wesley’s band is playing at the Majestic and go have yourself a great big porterhouse and a baked potato full of sour cream, bacon bits and chives.

      • dirtyharry1971 - Aug 17, 2013 at 11:13 AM

        Here is what you do, find a garage and park your car in it. Close the garage door and leave the motor running. This will fix that headache you got, believe me it never fails

      • Old Gator - Aug 17, 2013 at 11:20 AM

        And gives himself three thumbs up for his sub-trailer-trash “contribution” to this morning’s proceedings. Give it up, Poor Dim One Note Harry. You’re not fooling anyone with your dimwitted subgutter sneering, just disgusting them. Anyway, we’ve already figured out that you’re not real, just a coincident Artificial Stupidity – like a defective Shockwave player, if even that sophisticated.

      • kcrobert10 - Aug 17, 2013 at 11:55 AM

        Thanks for the advice gator but I haven’t drank nasty coffee since I left the navy. Dinner tonight will comprise good bbq and taking in another royals win against the tigers.

      • proudlycanadian - Aug 17, 2013 at 12:38 PM

        So Harry has just advocated that a fellow poster commit suicide. That is vile.

      • Old Gator - Aug 17, 2013 at 12:46 PM

        No, that’s just our Poor Dim One Note Harry. He belongs to a whole other class of demotic adjectives than “vile,” which can be found in a civilized dictionary.

      • dirtyharry1971 - Aug 17, 2013 at 2:20 PM

        Oh I am very real like a heart attack gator bait and PC that wasn’t vile I was honestly trying to help the poor old guy out. You know something you French Canadians know nothing about

      • Old Gator - Aug 17, 2013 at 3:23 PM

        Heart attack is typically grandiose. Inguinal cyst, maybe. But no, we have no reason to believe you’re anything more than an Artificial Stupidity, based on the tightly circumscribed rhetorical capabilities you have demonstrated here all season long. Your total lack of ability to come up with anything original, insightful, meaningful or informative indicates a “read only memory” origin for your nucleus of coagulation – and it seems, more and more likely, a fragment of data from an old fine on sociopathy. Keep flickering into this corner of cyberspace while we try to track your origins more specifically and compile a list of possible prophylaxes. You’re not the kind of digital phenomenon there’s any point to permitting to occur again.

    • Old Gator - Aug 17, 2013 at 12:55 PM

      kcrobert: Got a huge slab of pork spareribs here that’s going on my grill tonight, too. Also got four Cornish hens soaking since yesterday in pineapple juice and Liquid Smoke (don’t laugh – it works) before being slathered in Jack Daniels’ BBQ sauce and slow, slow, slow grilled till the meat is falling off the bone. A half dozen ears of local sweetcorn to go in the pot (the secret: boil the water, drop the corn in, bring it back to a boil, shut off the heat and remove from the water, drop the corn in ice water briefly to shock it and stop the cooking process – perfect cobs of crunchy sweetcorn). And a big can of Bush’s Grillin’ Beans. Never mind the stupid talking dog commercials. The beans are great.

      Then heading up to the world famous Luna Star Cafe to hear the great folk/blues guitarist Jack Shawde accompanying local queen bee Diane Ward. Macondo doesn’t have the wealth of great jazz clubs that KC does (and I really hope you take advantage of them – I am rotten with jealousy about this) but we make do with Latin American music, folk, blues and bluegrass. Oh, and Latino cooking.

      But the old grill still serves us well on a summer evening…even if the local baseball team usually doesn’t.

      • jimeejohnson - Aug 17, 2013 at 1:01 PM

        That dog is stupid: if he gives up the secret recipe it’s all over for him and those beans.

      • Old Gator - Aug 17, 2013 at 1:09 PM

        Yeah, Jay caught it this time. But mark my words, Jay, that dog is the canine Ed Snowden. Send him over here to play with our pythons while you still have an empire to rule.

      • Old Gator - Aug 17, 2013 at 1:17 PM

        PS – reminds me of a story I once heard about a guy who brings his dog into a bar. The bartender tells him to get the dog out of there. But the guys says, hey, this is a special dog. He can do math. Watch this: Fibonacci! What’s one plus one? And the dog goes ‘woof, woof.’ See, says the guy. I bet you a beer he can answer any problem you put to him. So the bartender snorts and says “Doggy, what’s five divided by three?” And the dog raises his leg and pees up against the barstool. The bartender gets angry and says “get that fucking dog out of here,” and pulls his slapstick out from under the bar and lays it demonstratively on the counter.

        So the guy takes the dog and leaves. Once they get outside he remonstrates to the dog, “dammit, Fibb, you cost me a beer!” “Well for Chrissakes, man,” replies the dog, “you were supposed to tell him ‘addition or subtraction.’ You know I can’t divide for shit!”

      • kcrobert10 - Aug 17, 2013 at 1:57 PM

        Gator ur pineapple and liquid smoke do work fine. U should also get ur hands on some jackstack all purpose rub, or Oklahoma Joe’s spicy rub, or cowtowns night of the living dead rub. Mmmm I don’t care what anyone else says I live in bbq heaven here.

      • Old Gator - Aug 17, 2013 at 2:29 PM

        I doubt if any of those rubs are available in the local markets but I can prolly find them online. My aesthetic self likes the sound of “Jackstack” but the dad in me will opt first for the Night of the Living Dead rub, if I can find it, because my demented-by-design middle son has composed ambient sound and music and does background graphics for several zombie films and shows. It’s morenlikely my own fault for playing Coltrane and reading kafka to him when he was an infant.

        I used to use Maule’s BBQ Sauce, a southern Illinois-eastern MO condiment, on my hens, quail and chicken (though I never found it quite as good on red meat or pork). For awhile you could get it here but the local markets seem to have removed it from their inventories. Too bad. Good stuff. Fortunately, the day Jack Daniel issued its line of sauces and marinades that ceased to be an issue. Hint: I add a half a shot of the real stuff back to the sauce before slathering. Try it. Make you forget that awful Navy coffee – though my daughter has a friend who was USCG and swears theirs was worse.

      • moogro - Aug 18, 2013 at 4:36 AM

        Love it. Try the corn in the husk in the microwave and save a half hour. Option to sear it on the grill for finish.

  7. Old Gator - Aug 17, 2013 at 11:16 AM

    Last night was horrific for the Feesh – except for Justin Ruggiano who, having broken out of an 0-42 schneid with a three hit game two nights earlier, continues climbing away from the Mendoza line like a scalded sturgeon with another multihitter including two home runs. At the same time, the heretofore excellent young gun Nathan Eovaldi got shelled for eleven runs, nine earned, while his team played Alfonse and Gaston on defense behind him, ran the bases like tortoises with tits, and after scoring ten runs (as opposed to their usual two point something) still managed to lose 14-10. Both teams’ rotations and boolpens took the night off while they scored 24 runs on 35 hits between them. After the game there was a very impressive fireworks show that lit up the Macondo night sky and yet still managed to seem anticlimactic.

    A great night for everyone who had had too many beers.

  8. APBA Guy - Aug 17, 2013 at 12:30 PM

    Another close game for the A’s, this time a win. We’ll call it a jet-lag win, as the Indians were 1 for 8 with RISP, with some shaky relief by the A’s top relief (Doolittle, Cook, Balfour). After the Rangers’ loss the Dallas team leads the division by half a game. Masterson kept his team in it, and the HR by Cespedes was good hitting rather than a bad pitch, a 3 iron at the ankles that was on a line into the concrete. AJ was extremely shaky, lasting only 5 IP with 100+ pitches, part of the A’s walking 9 guys. But he gave up no homers, which in his own way classifies this as an exceptional outing for 2013.

    Isn’t it time we vote Poor Dim One Note Harry off the island? Normally I don’t participate in these back and forth’s with trolls, but really, the same obnoxious posting everyday, sometimes 3 or 4 times every day, that’s has to be driving away the rational among us.

    • jimeejohnson - Aug 17, 2013 at 12:57 PM

      You actually read DipweedLoser’s drivel?

      • Old Gator - Aug 17, 2013 at 2:30 PM

        You actually think there were once rationals among us?

  9. jimeejohnson - Aug 17, 2013 at 12:55 PM

    “Poor Dim One Note Harry, Circling the Bases’ resident artificial stupidity” and piece of crap!

    • dirtyharry1971 - Aug 17, 2013 at 2:21 PM

      awwww did I hit a little nerve jimee?? aww im soo sorry wittle man

      • Old Gator - Aug 17, 2013 at 2:36 PM

        Unsurprising that our resident Artificial Stupidity isn’t bothered by the fact that he’s convinced untold scores of correspondents here that he’s a complete schmuck. You have only to read his post above to kcrobert – a guy who, on top of being a generally decent and pleasant voice to have here, has served his country in the service with arguably the worst food of all of them (unless you believe my daughter’s USCG alumnus, who swears theirs is worse) whereas Poor Dim One Note Harry doesn’t appear to have done anything useful in his entire juvenile life – that he is in fact a legitimately classifiable sociopath.

        As far as voting him orf the island, no – if his tire sprang a leak and sank, he might infect the fish that ate him and I might catch one of them out in the Gulfstream. Mercury is bad enough. But nightsoil?

      • dirtyharry1971 - Aug 17, 2013 at 7:48 PM

        Bothered? hardly gator bait, I just enjoy teasing the stupid here. Its a complete blast brother!

      • Old Gator - Aug 18, 2013 at 10:06 AM

        Only our resident Artificial Stupidity would go to all the trouble of typing out messages to tease the stupid when he could use his bathroom mirror with near effortlessness.

  10. contraryguy - Aug 17, 2013 at 1:54 PM

    Yeah, after 4 appearances in the 5 previous days, Dusty threw Chappy out there for one more save situation, and it blew up in the Reds faces. Broxton, who is nominally the alternate closer, is back from the DL with only 2H/0BB given up in 4 August outings. I guess Dusty didn’t get the memo that Broxton is healthy. I don’t have anything more to add, but I’ll type Dusty one or two more times because it feels good. DustyDustyDusty

    • Old Gator - Aug 17, 2013 at 2:40 PM

      My own thought after watching an admittedly few Reds games this season is that they will do better than their seasonal play when they get to the postseason. They’re an explosive team and the pitching is better, I think, than what it’s shown. The question is, would it seem worth it to Reds fans to have them tank in the playoffs to get Dusty replaced with someone who can handle a pitching staff better and come back next year and take it all?

      • dirtyharry1971 - Aug 17, 2013 at 7:49 PM


    • Old Gator - Aug 18, 2013 at 10:07 AM

      Twice in one thread – our resident Artificial Stupidity’s penchant for originality again – and he still can’t spell it correctly.

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