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Spring Training Game 2: Bucs/Reds Live Blog

Spring Training Game 2: Bucs/Reds Live Blog

Final score: Cincinnati 9, Pittsburgh 7. If you're reading the log after the conclusion of the game, you're going to want to start from the bottom and scroll to the top. I'll provide a recap later tonight.
3:39: Javy Guzman is thrown out at the plate. Fitting end to the game; sounded as if Javy had a terrible performance.
3:38: I think Edwards reached, Davis up to bat.
3:37: "Cota erased on the fielder's choice that went 3-6." Edwards up. Reds 9, Pirates 6, down to our last out.

3:35: Buttler is battling, for whatever that's worth. Started off 0-2, came back to 2-2, then looked at strike three. One out, with lazy Javy Guzman stepping to the dish.

3:32: Edwards walked. Not sure if Todd Coffey's still pitching or not. Cota's at the plate now. Ooomberto Cota. "That was ugly from the start," as Votto booted a ball to first base. Sacks are juiced on little league baseball. Vic Buttler at bat.

3:31: Mike Edwards is up, 2-0 count right now. Hope he doesn't get more than...

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