The Reds' bats never got going in the 3-o loss. Dusty Baker said the difference in the game was Chicago's two two-out hits.
“You’ve got to get some RBI hits. You’ve got to drive in some runs. And when you’re not hitting, it makes it look like you’re lethargic and not playing and not trying, and that’s not the case. But that’s what it looks like,” Baker said.