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August 5, 2013

Ho-hum, another winning run in the bottom of the 9th…

Filed under: Uncategorized — stevemryan @ 10:51 pm

The 1915 Phillies scored in the bottom of the 9th to win 1-0 over the 1914 Reds.  The Phils had six hits against the Reds four hits.  A rather uneventful game.

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I hope these games with the run scoring in the bottom of the 9th inning are a sign of things to come this Sunday.  I am looking forward to this game very much.  The Braves won their 11th in-a-row tonight against the Nationals 3-2.  The tying run was on 3rd with one out and after a foul out to the catcher and a soft liner to the outfield, the Braves had another victory as they are running away with the division.  Life is good!

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