The Cincinnati Reds fell behind 3-0 early on Thursday night with an assist to some tough luck to opener, Luis Cessa. The Reds for all their flaws, never quit. Aristides Aquino had looked as bad as you possibly could in his first two trips to the plate, but battled back from an 0-2 count to make it a 1-run game in the 6th inning.
Luis Castillo set the tone early and often with a dominant performance. He gave the Reds 6.1 innings of shutout baseball in arguably his biggest start of the season. Luis Cessa and Michael Lorenzen finished the job for a big Reds victory. The win just happened to be the Reds 77th win of the season, which is their most in as a season since 2013.
The Cincinnati Reds (76-71) continue to hang around in the race for the second wild card spot with 15 games to play, despite having lost 7 consecutive series. The Reds will get a massive boost to their lineup as Jesse Winker is returning for the first time in over a month.
The Cincinnati Reds came from behind against the Los Angeles Dodgers bullpen to secure a series win on Tuesday night.
The Cincinnati Reds (5-11) will try to avoid being swept by the Los Angeles Dodgers (11-8) today at 3:10 PM. The Reds lost their third consecutive game last night. The Reds are now 1-3-2 through their first six series of 2019.
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