Reds 4, Indians 3
The Reds have won four in a row.
Adam Dunn got the winning run home with a bases-laoded walk in the eighth.
"Any way you can get that run in," Dusty Baker said.
Francisco Cordero struck out the side in the ninth to save.
"A lot of people were here to support us," Cordero siad. "You want to send them home happy."
Johnny Cueto did not given up a hit through five innings, then gave up three home runs, including back-to-backers, in the sixth. Cueto's line: 6 IP, 3 hits, 3 runs, 2 walks, 7 strikeouts.
The Reds led 3-0 early. Brandon Phillips followed Ken Griffey Jr.'s walk with a drive in the second deck in left for his eighth homer.
Dunn hit his eighth in the second.
Cueto retired the first eight batters he faced before walking pitcher Jeremy Sowers. He got Grady Sizemore to pop out to right to strand him. Cueto went 1-2-3 in the fourth, then struck out the side in the fifth. He went 3-0 on Ben Francisco to start the inning. He then struck out Francisco on three pitches and Ryan Garko and Asdrubal Cabrera on total of seven pitches.
Casey Blake led off the sixth with home to center. Pinch-hitter Travis Hafner follwed with a shot that just stayed fair in right. He got an out then gave up one Jhonny Peralta.