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The Reds pushed their record to 5-0 against the Los Angeles Dodgers with a 10-6 victory before a crowd of 12,161 at Great American Ball Park.
The five-game winning streak against the Dodgers is longest by the Reds since they won seven straight against L.A. in 1976.
Nine different Reds had at least one hit. Scooter Gennett went 4-for-5 with three RBI.
The game came down to one at-bat: Jared Hughes vs. Yasiel Puig with the bases loaded and one out in the seventh.
Puig got ahead 2-0, took a strike and then fouled off seven straight pitches. He lined the 11th pitch of the at-bat right at third baseman Eugenio Suarez, who snagged and threw to second to complete the 5-4 double play and keep it a 10-6 game.
“That was the second time this year with runners on base, and he’s hit a line drive to third,” Hughes said.
“Before that, he was 4-for-4 off me with two homers, so I know he can definitely find a way to make adjustments against my sinker.
“That’s what he was trying to do in that at-bat. He finally did. Thank goodness, Geno was standing right there and made an outstanding play.
Even though it was right at him, I don’t think anybody understands how hard it is to catch a ball that’s going 100 miles an hour.”
Hughes then pitched a perfect eighth.
“We really can’t forget what Hughes does for us so often,” Reds manager Jim Riggleman said.
“He did it again tonight for us getting five outs. We’re getting to mid-September and he’s going in there and getting a lot of outs for us. We’ve really used him to the max.”
The game went back and forth before that. The Reds would score, the Dodgers would answer, and the Reds would answer the answer.
“That’s important,” Riggleman said. “They’ve got a really good ballclub and a roster of 36 now.
They’ve got some great matchups they can put against you and continue to come at you offensively. You’ve got to just score as much as you can against them. We had some great at-bats tonight.”
Left-hander Cody Reed went four innings and allowed three runs on five hits in his third start. He walked three and struck out five. He needed 83 pitches (46 strikes) to record the 12 outs.