Nick Senzel belted a go-ahead, two-run homer in the seventh inning with two outs. Cincinnati Reds won 3-1 over colorado rockies Tuesday in Denver
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Matt McLain added an RBI single in the eighth inning and Jake Fraley Reds, who broke a two-game skid and tied the series at three games each at one win apiece. The series finale is Wednesday afternoon
Ezequiel Tovar in the sixth inning of rockswho allowed just four hits in his last 15 games on his way to losing for just the fifth time
Making his major league debut, Brandon Williamson pitched in the sixth inning before Tovar opened the scoring by depositing a 2–1 fastball over the wall in right-center field. Williamson hit Tovar’s third homer of the season and exited with a no-decision after giving up one run on two hits and striking out six over 5 2/3 innings.
Cincinnati provided a swift response in the seventh inning with two outs.
Tyler Stephenson worked a four-pitch walk off Peter Lambert (0-1) before Senzel sent a first-pitch slider over the wall in center field. Senzel’s homer was his fourth of the season and first since May 1.
reds An insurance run was added in the eighth inning, as Curt Casali worked a one-out walk off Justin Lawrence before advancing to second base on a groundout. Kevin Newman pinch-ran for Casually and came up to score on McLain’s single to center field.
The late offense yielded the winner to Derek Law (3-4), who struck out one batter and allowed one hit in a third of an inning of relief. Alex Young and Ian Gibut bridged the gap to Alexis Diaz, who retired the team in the ninth inning for his 10th strikeout of the season.
Chase Anderson allowed one hit and struck out three batters over five innings while making his first start with Colorado since being claimed off waivers on Friday. Anderson started the season reds before being traded to the Tampa Bay Rays on May 3
Lambert allowed two runs on two hits in two innings to take the loss.
– Field Level Media