• Votto, Reds keep pace in NL Central race

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Sep 14, 2013
    Joey Votto and Shin-Soo Choo each hit two-run homers, and the Cincinnati Reds kept pace in the NL Central race with a 7-3 win Saturday over the Milwaukee Brewers. Votto had three RBIs, including the towering drive off the right field foul pole in the sixth. A win is a win, but when you are in as tight of a postseason race as the Reds are, even the ugliest of wins must be dissected with a fine-toothed comb. Bailey allowed three consecutive hits to start the fourth inning, and after Jeff Bianchi's sacrifice fly, the Reds' lead was trimmed to 4-3. On Saturday, Cincinnati pulled out a 7-3 win over the Brewers, just their fifth win against Milwaukee in their last 12 meetings, despite several baserunning gaffes that left manager Dusty Baker searching for answers.
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Choo, Votto power Reds past Brewers to even series

      Shin-Soo Choo supplied the early offense and Joey Votto chipped in late as Homer Bailey held off the Brewers for a 7-3 win, evening the three-game set at Miller Park, and helping the Reds gain a half-game on the Cardinals and Pirates, who each play on S…
      Source: MLB.com

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