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2010 NLDS Preview- Philadelphia vs Cincinnati

2010 NLDS Preview- Philadelphia vs Cincinnati

Philadelphia (97-65) vs Cincinnati (91-71)

PHILLIES ROSTER 

REDS ROSTER

2010 NLDS- San Francisco vs Atlanta

2010 ALDS- NY Yankees vs Minnesota

2010 ALDS- Tampa Bay vs Texas 

Reds Thoughts 

When I look at this Cincinnati ballclub, I see some similarities between this 2010 Reds team and the 2007 Phillies team when it comes to the makeup of the squad.  The 2007 season marked the beginning of the most dominating franchise in the National League the last four seasons, the Phillies.  The season marked the first of four consecutive NL East crowns for the Phils.  In that year, Philadelphia was swept in the NLDS by the red hot Colorado Rockies.  Many of the marguee franchise players got their first tastes of postseason play; Utley, Howard, Rollins, Hamels are just a few names.  The franchise made its first playoff appearance since 1993.

Let’s take a glance at the Reds franchise.  Cincinnati makes their first playoff appearance since 1995.  Just like Utley, Howard, and Rollins back in 2007, the Reds have some young and promising talent that they will showcase on the postseason spotlight for the first time.  Joey Votto, Brandon Phillips, Jay Bruce, Edinson Volquez, Johnny Cueto and Aroldis Chapman are a few young, gifted names making their postseason debuts.

Joey Votto Joey Votto #19 of the Cincinnati Redshits a three run home run against the New York Mets during the first inning at Great American Ballpark on April 8, 2009 in Cincinnati, Ohio. (Photo by Mark Lyons/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Joey Votto

(Joey Votto)

Like the 2007 Phillies, this 2010 Reds team has the same mentality; mash the baseball. 

Phillies Thoughts

Fans in Philadelphia are thinking World Series Championship.  It remains to be seen whether or not this Phillies squad can get to the World Series for the third consecutive year, and bring a World Series title back to Broad Street.  Unlike the last two World Series teams, the team’s strength lies in the starting pitching.  Don’t get me wrong, they may even still be the best offensive team in baseball, but the starting pitching is the best in baseball.  NL Cy Young frontrunner Roy Halladay makes his playoff debut.  He may have some jitters, but I wouldn’t be too worried about him.  Oswalt is a playoff veteran, and Hamels is the 2008 NLCS and World Series MVP.  Oh boy, good luck with that.  Oh, and they can still slug the ball.  The team is finally healthy as Jayson Werth was the only starting player to not miss any time due to injury this year. 

 

(Roy Halladay)

3 Ways the Reds can win the Series….. 

  1. Volquez , Arroyo and Cueto will have to hold their own against the Phillies starting pitching. 
  2. Aroldis Chapman and Arthur Rhodes are two solid lefties out of the pen to throw to Utley and Howard.  They need to be effective.
  3. Joey Votto-  He’s a NL MVP candidate.  He needs to be great in this series.

3 Ways the Phillies will win the Series…..

  1. Brad Lidge-  He’s been solid down the stretch.  He finally realizes that he needs to locate his fastball.  He’s not a flamethrower anymore.
  2. Scoring runs early can let the starters do their thing and possibly kill the Reds psyche.  This is how the Phillies won all those games in September.
  3. Halladay, Oswalt and Hamels.

Intriguing Individual Matchups 

Chase Utley vs Aroldis Chapman 

Roy Halladay vs Joey Votto 

PREDICTION- Phillies in 4

The matchups during the regular season were close, a lot of one run games.  That was back during the summer.  The Phillies are a completely different team.  I do think the Reds will put up a bit of a fight, but the Phillies have too much firepower.

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  1. James Centifonti Oct 8 20109:12 pm

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    what an insane game to this point.

    1. Chris Rowe Oct 8 20109:56 pm

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      Love the outcome. Philles score unanswered with some help from the Reds suddenly shaky defense and head into Cincy with a 2-0 lead!!!!! Not even Aroldis Chapman could stop this team of destiny!

  2. Adrian Fedkiw Oct 9 20102:15 am

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    WOW! I hate to use the word choke, but…Rolen, Phillips and Bruce are all gold glove caliber fielders. I realize Bruce lost one in the lights but still.
    Thank you Cincinnati!!!!!

  3. Christopher Rowe Oct 9 20101:41 pm

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    7 runs still count whether earned, unearned or donated from your favorite charity. Sometimes you win pretty – Wednesday’s no hitter – and sometimes you win ugly – Friday’s 7-4 game. Cincinnati’s stregnths were supposed to defense and bullpen and Phillies beat both in Game 2. Now what? I keep harkeing back to the four-game sweep at CBP in July where there were dueling no-hitters, slugfests and -run comeback wins. Don’t see the Reds winning a game but they are a young team that will contend!

    1. Adrian Fedkiw Oct 9 20101:52 pm

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      This is where the 2010 Reds and 2007 Phillies makes sense. The Phillies got whipped by Colorado in 07, but they gained that coveted playoff experience.
      Cincinnati will absolutely contend, the comparisons are hard to overlook, just a few here
      Victorino = Stubbs
      Howard = Votto
      Rollins = Phillips (in terms of time spent with team and leadership qualities.”
      Hamels = Cueto
      Werth = Bruce

      1. Adrian Fedkiw Oct 9 20101:53 pm

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        By contend I obviously mean the future

        1. Chris Rowe Oct 9 20103:13 pm

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          Absolutamente!!!! I’ll take it a step further when you figure in a veteran manager who is a true student of the game:

          Baker = Manuel

          Once there young players gain experience and battle scars they will be a scary bunch to face. Can’t imagine Chapman as a starter to compliment Cuteo, Arroyo and Volquez. They will eventually have to consider what to do with Rolen and Cabrera/Janish but the rest of the group is under control for quite some time. Left field will be an issue because a platoon of Gomes/Nix really needs to add more pop. I’m not sure who is left down on the farm but plug in maybe one more veteran and reshuffle the bullpen once Arthur Rhodes retires and this will be a formidable team to challenge the Phillies in the future for NL bragging rights.

  4. Adrian Fedkiw Oct 9 201010:37 pm

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    I’m not really sure what to make of Chapman yet. If he starts, I think he has to add another pitch down the road. As for next year, he may be fine with that heater and slide piece. I think he’s better off as a closer now, and maybe develop into a starter.
    The manager comparison is spot on.

  5. Adrian Fedkiw Oct 10 20101:28 pm

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    I’m curious what the ratings percantage ratio between NBC and TBS will be around 8pm tonight in Philly?

    1. Chris Rowe Oct 10 20101:34 pm

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      What SHOULD they be or what WILL they be? They SHOULD b e about 50/50 with folks switching back and forth. However since they are directly opposite without apology my guess is that football always trumps baseball on TV. Must win game for Eagles and a lot of baseball fans already have awarded this game to the Phils. I personally will be watching both because I want to see HOW the Phillies play the game. They’ve already done dominating pitching followed by a sloppy slugfest with errors abounding. Now what mathod will they use? This is what is good about baseball. You can know the game but you never know what will happen!

      1. Adrian Fedkiw Oct 10 20101:56 pm

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        The anwers to WILL are what I’m curious about.
        I’ll be watching the Phillies, probably DVR the Eagles.

        1. Adrian Fedkiw Oct 10 20101:57 pm

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          You are absolutely correct about the game within the game concept.

  6. James Centifonti Oct 10 20102:50 pm

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    You could also use picture in picture if you have that option or even split screen.

    I’ll have the Phillies on the TV and Eagles via a web feed……and my remote won’t even be touched.

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