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Game 141 Thread: Reds at Cubs

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Cincinnati Reds
@ Chicago Cubs

Friday, Sep 11, 2009, 2:20 PM EDT
Wrigley Field

Justin Lehr vs Rich Harden

Sunny. Winds blowing in from right field at 5-10 m.p.h. Game time temperature around 75.

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W-L ERA WHIP K BB
2009 - Justin Lehr 4-1 4.43 1.46 16 19



W-L ERA WHIP K BB
2009 - Rich Harden 9-8 4.10 1.30 162 59


Man, when they are losing, it seems like they have a game every day, doesn't it?

At 4-1, Justin Lehr is obviously a better pitcher than Rich Harden. We all know this. Which means today is just a formality. Mark another one in the win column for the Reds folks. The pitcher's records have deemed it so.

These are the last 3 games between the Reds and Cubs this season, which means that the Cubs are guaranteed at least a winning record against the Reds (they are 8-4 so far). However, the Reds could really make it look like a not that impressive winning record if they could sweep the series. That ought to really stick in their craw, don't you think?

It's a weekend full of day games, so you can party it up at night without feeling any guilt about not hanging out on the internet. Isn't it great that the Reds and Cubs would do that for you?

I've asked a lot of questions today. Why is that?