Mr. Cueto, your autograph still scares me.
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OMGreds is off to the Big Apple this weekend to watch the Reds battle the Yankees. It will be the last year of historic Yankee Stadium, so we figured we would make the trip. We’ll be heading to the game on Sunday where Johnny Cueto and Andy Pettitte are scheduled to duke it out. We’ve got seats in the non-alcoholic section out in left, so no craziness from us. But, I’ll be able to strike up a conversation with David Weathers since we’ll be sitting just above the visitor’s bullpen.
Of course, we’ll be bringing you all the fuzzy-photo action over on the OMGreds.com photo blog. Make sure to check it out if you’re bored this weekend.
Homie, let’s do it tonight. I’m going to the game tonight… with a Cubs fan… that I owe a beer. It’s already stacking up to be a bad night. How about we snap this streak and put a beatdown on DUMPstar and the sCrubs. Harness the power of Mario Soto!
Anyways, I’ll be posting anything interesting up on the photoblog tonight.
But Bill Hall went and done killed us again. Nice to see Cueto with another pretty good outing, but the offense needs to give our young arms some support.
Today was fleece blanket day – but I got there too late to get one. Ah well… it looked pretty nice, too.
You’ll have to forgive me as this might be a little bit premature to say, but Johnny Cueto is a total stud.
In his Major League debut this afternoon, Cueto took the Diamondbacks to school. He went 7 innings, gave up one hit, one run, and had 10 Ks and 0 walks (his control was amamzing, 68 of his 92 pitches were strikes). You gotta love a guy who goes after hitters like Cueto does.
Cueto left after 7 and ol’ Stormy Weathers came in and promptly got on his knees in an attempt to blow the game. Three walks later, Lincoln came in and after a sac fly that made the score 3-2 Reds, got Chris Young to strike out for the fourth time today.
The Reds new closer Francisco Cordero came in to nail down the 9th.
Reds are now 2-1 and stay at home this weekend for a four game series with the Phillies that starts Friday.