Reds 9, Pirates 5: How they scored |

Reds 9, Pirates 5: How they scored

Pirates second (Aaron Harang pitching)

Jason Bay singled to left field. With one out, Ryan Doumit singled to center, Bay to second. With two outs, Jose Bautista doubled to left, Bay scored, Doumit to third., Paul Maholm singled to left, Doumit and Bautista scored. Pirates 3 , Reds 0.

Reds third (Maholm pitching)

Edwin Encarnacion singled to shortstop. David Ross singled to left, Encarnacion moved to second. Harang safe on fielder’s choice, Encarnacion out at third, Ross to second. With two outs, Brandon Phillips singled to left-center, Ross scored. Pirates 3 , Reds 1.

Pirates third (Harang pitching)

With one out, Bay doubled to right. Bay went to third on a passed ball. With two outs, Doumit doubled to right, Bay scored. Pirates 4 , Reds 1.

Reds fourth (Maholm pitching)

Jeff Conine singled to center. Alex Gonzalez walked, Conine to second. Adam Dunn walked, loading the bases. Encarnacion tripled to left-center, Conine, Gonzalez and Dunn scored. Harang singled to center, Encarnacion scored. Ryan Freel reached on a fielder’s choice, Harang forced out at second. Phillips doubled to center, Freel scored.Reds 6, Pirates 4 .

Reds fifth (Shawn Chacon pitching)

With one out, Gonzalez singled to left. Dunn hit a two-run homer (No. 6) to left on a 3-0 pitch.Reds 8, Pirates 4 .

Reds seventh (Chacon pitching)

With two outs, Gonzalez hit a solo homer (No. 3) to left field on a 1-0 pitch. Reds 9, Pirates 4 .

Pirates ninth (Harang pitching)

Doumit hit a solo homer (No. 1) to right on a 3-2 pitch.Reds 9, Pirates 5 .

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