— Garrett Hampson led off the first inning with a triple, one of 15 hits for Colorado, and the Rockies spoiled Wade Miley’s encore to his first career no-hitter with a 9-6 win over the Cincinnati Reds on Friday night.
— Josh Fuentes homered for the second straight game to back seven shutout innings from Chi Chi Gonzalez, and the Colorado Rockies held on for a 13-8 victory over the Cincinnati Reds on Thursday night.
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— Jesse Winker and Eugenio Suárez combined to drive in four runs in the 10th inning as Cincinnati's bullpen threw 5 1/3 hitless innings, and the Reds beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 5-1 on Wednesday.
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— Troy Stokes Jr. drove in runs with each of his first two major league hits, JT Brubaker pitched six strong innings and the Pittsburgh Pirates finally beat the Cincinnati Reds, 7-2 on Tuesday night.
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— Tyler Naquin homered and drove in four runs, Tucker Barnhart keyed a six-run fourth inning with a two-run double and the Cincinnati Reds rolled to a 14-1 victory over the skidding Pittsburgh Pirates on Monday night.
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— César Hernández hit a three-run triple and Aaron Civale pitched seven strong innings to stay unbeaten as the Cleveland Indians struck back after being no-hit for the second time in 24 days by belting the Cincinnati Reds 9-2 on Saturday night.
— Wade Miley pitched baseball's second no-hitter in three days — and fourth already this season — leading the Cincinnati Reds to a 3-0 win Friday night over the Cleveland Indians, who were no-hit for the second time in a month.
Wade Miley pitched baseball's second no-hitter in three days -- and fourth already this season -- leading the Cincinnati Reds to a 3-0 win Friday night over the Cleveland Indians.
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Chicago White Sox manager Tony La Russa says he didn't fully know the extra-inning rule, which would have allowed him to avoid using closer Liam Hendriks as a baserunner against the Cincinnati Reds on Wednesday.
Reds slugger Joey Votto will miss about a month after being hit on the left thumb by a pitch from White Sox hurler Dallas Keuchel, manager David Bell said.
— Jesse Winker hit a winning single in the 10th inning after Chicago's Leury García was caught stealing in the top half, and the Cincinnati Reds beat the White Sox 1-0 Wednesday for a two-game split.
— Dylan Cease pitched one-hit ball for six innings, struck out 11 and amazingly got three hits in his first pro plate appearances as the Chicago White Sox routed the Cincinnati Reds 9-0 Tuesday night.
Cincinnati Reds reliever Amir Garrett, who incited a benches-clearing incident in Saturday's game against the Cubs, received a seven-game suspension Tuesday. He is appealing the ban.
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