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Sunday, March 3, 2024

Reds rally late, earn break up of dual invoice with Pirates


Stuart Fairchild’s forceout drove in Tyler Stephenson within the tenth inning Sunday to present the visiting Cincinnati Reds a 6-5 win over the Pittsburgh Pirates and a break up of a doubleheader

Stephenson was the pinch runner for the automated runner to open the inning towards Osvaldo Bido (2-3). With one out, Stephenson took third on TJ Hopkins’ single and scored on Fairchild’s grounder

Elly De La Cruz homered, Luke Maile added a two-run double, Fairchild an RBI double and Henry Ramos an RBI single for the Reds

Cincinnati starter Luke Weaver pitched 3 2/3 innings, giving up 4 runs and 6 hits, with seven strikeouts and one stroll

Alexis Diaz (4-4) pitched 1 2/3 scoreless innings. Daniel Duarte acquired his first profession save

Bryan Reynolds homered twice, and Liover Peguero homered and hit an RBI single for the Pirates

Pittsburgh starter Andre Jackson allowed three runs and 5 hits in 3 2/3 innings, with 5 strikeouts and two walks

Within the first inning, Reynolds homered to right-center to present the Pirates a 1-0 lead. Andrew McCutchen adopted with a stroll, went to 3rd on Jack Suwinski’s double and scored on Henry Davis’ sacrifice fly to make it 2-0

Cincinnati tied it within the second. With two outs, Ramos doubled and Will Benson walked. Maile doubled to proper to drive in each

Within the backside of the second, Peguero hit his fourth homer, a 390-foot shot to left, to place Pittsburgh again on high, 3-2. The Reds once more drew even on De La Cruz’s tenth homer of the season, a 442-foot blast to middle

Davis doubled within the fourth, went to 3rd on Endy Rodriguez’s single and scored on Peguero’s base hit to push it to 4-3

Within the sixth, Pittsburgh supervisor Derek Shelton, bench coach Don Kelly and pitching coach Oscar Marin acquired ejected by residence plate umpire Nic Lenz for arguing balls and strikes

Reynolds hit his second homer of the sport, a solo shot to proper, with one out within the seventh to make it 5-3. It was his seventeenth of the season

Within the eighth, Joey Votto doubled to steer off and went to 3rd on a wild pitch. An out later, he scored on Ramos’ single to chop it to 5-4. Piinch runner Hopkins went to second on a wild pitch and scored on Fairchild’s pinch-hit double to tie it

–Subject Degree Medi

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