Spencer Steuer hit a two-run home run in the seventh inning to help the visiting team. Cincinnati Reds extend their winning streak to five games by defeating boston red sox Wednesday Night 5-4
Steuer’s home run, his eighth of the season, came against the losing pitcher Josh Winkowski (2–1) and broke a 3–3 tie. Kevin Newman, who had singled in the first inning, also scored on a home run.
Newman, Matt McClain and Nick Senzel each had two hits. reds, McLean has hit safely in nine consecutive games. Alex Verdugo collects two hits for Boston
Masataka Yoshida and Enmanual Valdez each red Soxwho have lost three in a row
Ian Gibaut (5-1) earned the win by pitching one scoreless inning of relief. Buck Farmer Retired red Sox to collect his first save in the ninth
Boston’s starting pitcher James Paxton pitched five innings. they held Reds one run on four hits, eight hits and one run
reds Received 5 2/3 innings from starter Luke Weaver, who allowed three runs on seven hits and walked five without walking
after Yoshida’s home run red Sox Leading 1–0 in the second, Boston doubled its lead when Connor Wong singled and scored on a two-out double by Rafael Devers in the third.
Cincinnati cut their deficit in half in the fifth thanks to a two-out double by Luke Mel off Jose Barrero.
Valdez extended Boston’s lead to 3–1 when he hit his fourth home run of the season in the bottom of the fifth, but Reds again pulled within a run by scoring against reliever Kutter Crawford in the sixth. After walks for Jonathan India and Steer, Senzel singled to drive in India and make it a 3–2 game.
Reds Took the first lead by adding three runs in the seventh over. Will Benson tied the game by scoring from third on a fielder’s choice before Steuer homered.
Boston capped the scoring when Jaren Duran’s double drive in Yoshida made it 5–4 in the eighth.
– Field Level Media