Reds 9, Pirates 8
The Reds won the battle of the bad bullpens. It's not often you get a tying home run in the eighth and ninth and one to win it in the 1oth. But Jeff Keppinger hit one in the eighth, Edwin Encarnacion hit one in the ninth and Adam Dunn hit one in the 10th.
Dunn is up to 30 homers and 73 RBI, who almost two months to play.
The Reds needed all that fire power because Todd Coffey (one-third of an inning, three runs) and Michael Gosling (one-third on an inning, one run) were so bad. Pete Mackanin sounds like he wants changes.
“That will be a topic of discussion when I talk with (general manger Wayne Krivsky),” Mackanin said. “I don't want to go any further than that.”