The Reds will have to wait until Homer Bailey Day to secure their fifth consecutive series win. Tonight, Jumbo Diaz grooved, and I mean grooved, a fastball to Adam Rosales who deposited it well over the left center field fence for a game-winning extra inning home run. This was the eleventy billionth time a Reds reliever has given up a home run to the first batter he faced.

Cincinnati 1 • San Diego 2 |  FanGraphs  | That escalated quickly

Another strong performance for Anthony DeScalfani, who gave up one run in six innings. He hadn’t walked a batter until the sixth and he walked two. One of those runners eventually scored. He struck out six and gave up four hits.

Raisel Iglesias relieved DeSclafani and retired the side in the seventh and eighth. In the eighth, after recording an out, he gave up a ground ball single to Alexi Amarista. Amarista moved to third when an Iglesias throw to first base went down the right field line. With the winning run at third base, Iglesias bowed his back, struck out Jose Rondon and retired Derek Norris on a tapper back to the mound. That’s 21 consecutive scoreless innings for Iglesias. Yes, that’s good.

The Reds bats were quiet tonight. They got five hits, two by Joey Votto. Eugenio Suarez had a hit and a walk – the only walk the Reds drew. Brandon Phillips saw his hitting streak end. Only because the game went extra innings, Jose Peraza saw his first plate appearance on this road trip. He grounded weakly to third on the first pitch he saw.

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