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21-24, 4th in NL Cent

Edwin Encarnacion's 2 homers lead Indians over Reds 8-7

Edwin Encarnacion hit two of Cleveland's four homers off rookie Amir Garrett and scored the go-ahead run on a wild pitch Tuesday night, leading the Indians to an 8-7 victory and a split of their two-game series with the Cincinnati Reds.

Indians take the lead on Reds' wild pitch (0:25)
Gomes adds on to big 3rd inning (0:18)
Encarnacion mashes two over the wall (0:40)

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Reds 3B Eugenio Suarez (rest) is not in Tuesday's lineup vs. the Indians. Scooter Gennett will start in his place and bat seventh against Carlos Carrasco.

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Braves 2B Brandon Phillips paced Monday's longest home runs, four out of five of which came from National League players.

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Reds OF Scott Schebler now has 13 HR this season, 1 more than he hit in his previous 2 MLB seasons combined.


Feldman, Schebler lead Reds to 5-1 win over Indians

Scott Feldman struck out a season-high nine while ending Cincinnati's long stretch of ineffective starts, and Scott Schebler homered for the third straight game on Monday night, leading the Cincinnati Reds to a 5-1 victory over the Cleveland Indians.

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Reds RF Scott Schebler has hit a home run in three straight games after smashing one deep into right field during Monday's 5-1 win over the Indians.

Eric Karabell ESPN Senior Writer 

Reds outfielder Scott Schebler homered for the third consecutive game Monday and over the past month nobody in baseball has hit more. It's not really a fluke, either. Schebler hit for power in the minors and this isn't a case of someone selling out hitting a ton of fly balls. He's making hard contact. Schebler remains available in more than half of ESPN's standard leagues and could be on the way to 30 blasts.

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2dJerry Crasnick

Revisiting preseason questions: Reds

In mid-February, we wondered if Cincinnati's rotation could maintain a semblance of competitiveness. So far, the Reds have already used nine starters, and they've combined for an MLB-worst 5.93 ERA.

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Reds 1B Joey Votto has a gust of wind to thank for his home run in the sixth during Sunday's matchup against the Rockies.


Reds rally to beat Rockies 12-8, break 7-game slide

Scott Schebler's homer completed Cincinnati's comeback from a five-run deficit on Saturday, and the Reds ended a seven-game losing streak -- their longest in a year -- with a 12-8 victory over the Colorado Rockies.


Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

Last year's version of the Cubs' Kyle Hendricks is back and his manager, Joe Maddon, is pretty happy about it.

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cubs climbed back over .500 with a 7-5 win over the Reds on Wednesday. Kyle Hendricks pitched six solid innings and the back end of the Cubs' bullpen locked it down -- Carl Edwards Jr. and Wade Davis.

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

All in all, a pretty nice outing for the Cubs' Kyle Hendricks, who is done after six innings and 107 pitches. He allowed six hits and two runs. He got sharper as the game went along, inducing increasingly weak swings from the Reds. He allowed only a walk among the last 11 batters he faced.

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

According to ESPN Stats & Info, Zack Cosart's solo homer in the third at Wrigley made him the third player in the history of the ballpark to homer in five straight games as a visiting player. The others were Carlos Beltran in 2004, and Mike Schmidt, in 1980. Schmidt owned Wrigley, hitting 50 homers there, 21 more than any other road park he played in.

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

With the wind blowing out at Wrigley, you expect a little home run derby, but the Cubs got to Cincinnati's Scott Feldman with small cuts in the second. The Cubs put up five runs with three singles, while Feldman walked three batters and walked another. After the inning, a man with a big, orange ladder came onto the field and pulled Kris Bryant's broken bat from the netting. The crowd cheered.

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

If you want most of a Kris Bryant souvenir bat and have Spiderman-like climbing abilities, you might make your way to Wrigley Field. Bryant's bat broke while lining out against Scott Feldman and the larger shard with the complete barrel of the bat got tangled high up on the netting behind the plate. It's still there after the Cubs' bat boy looked up at it helplessly and gave up.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.2666th
On Base Percentage.3329th
Slugging Percentage.4525th
Earned Run Average4.7425th
Quality Starts16Tied-25th

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