#Reds win 4-1 (Photos and Highlights)


Simon keeps showing starter stuff in eight strong
Alfredo Simon gave up just one run in eight innings, and Todd Frazier provided early support with a first-inning homer as the Reds topped the Dodgers, 4-1, in the series finale at Great American Ball Park on Thursday afternoon. Source

Greinke strong after early stumble, but bats quiet
Zack Greinke settled down after giving up a two-run homer in the first inning, but sufficient damage had already been done. The right-hander gave up just those two runs over six innings, but took the loss as the Dodgers were shut down by Cincinnati starter Alfredo Simon in a 4-1 defeat at Great American Ball Park on Thursday. Source


Simon gets the win over Greinke and the Dodgers
After giving up a run in the first, Reds starter Alfredo Simon shut the Dodgers down through the next seven innings for his ninth win of the season. Todd Frazier provided all the support he would need with a two-run homer in the first off Zack Greinke. Source


Challenge overturns safe call
LAD@CIN: Challenge overturns safe call in the 1st
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Kemp’s RBI single
LAD@CIN: Kemp opens the scoring with an RBI single
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Frazier’s two-run dinger
LAD@CIN: Frazier hits a two-run homer off Greinke
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Cozart’s nice play
LAD@CIN: Cozart makes a nice stop and throw to first
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Reds fan one, nab one
LAD@CIN: Reds strike ’em out, throw ’em out in 6th
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Cozart scores on wild pitch
LAD@CIN: Cozart scores on a wild pitch by League
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Ludwick’s RBI single
LAD@CIN: Ludwick hits a single to score Schumaker
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