Right hip contusion forces Jesse Winker out of Cincinnati Reds' victory over Atlanta Braves

CINCINNATI -- Jesse Winker, who hit his 18th home run in the Cincinnati Reds' 4-1 win over the Atlanta Braves on Saturday, left the victory in the fifth inning with a right hip contusion.

Winker was 0 for 7 in the series before connecting for the homer in the first inning. He grounded out to end the fifth, being replaced by Shogo Akiyama.

"My hip was tightening up a little bit," Winker said. "I am fine. I'd like to see how it feels tomorrow before I say I can play."

Winker might have aggravated his hip making a diving attempt for Ronald Acuna Jr.'s double in the third.

Leading the Reds in homers, Winker is tied with Tyler Naquin on the club with 46 RBIs. His 87 hits are 10 away from the team lead, held by Nick Castellanos.

The Reds rolled on without their No. 2 hitter vs. Atlanta, as Luis Castillo pitched seven scoreless innings at Great American Ballpark.

Castillo (3-10) permitted six hits, struck out six and walked two while improving to 2-2 with a 1.71 ERA in five June starts. The right-hander posted a 7.22 ERA through his first 11 starts of the year.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.