Reds 7, Marlins 6 in 10
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Paul Janish, instant fan favorite.
The cheered him when he made two straight plays at short. They cheered him when he made a loud out. And they went nuts when he won the game with a single in the 10th.
It was Janish's first big league hit.
"Hopefully, it will only get better,” Janish said. “But that’s going to be hard.”
Janish got the traditional walk-off beat-down from his teammates in the celebration.
"I got crushed," he said. "Somebody caught me in the nose. I actually got a bloody nose. But it was worth it."
"To have the game-winner in your major league debut, that’s heaven sent," Reds manager Dusty Baker said. "Sometimes, it’s your day."
The Reds have won they in a row. Of course, they a blew a 6-0 lead in ninth to set up the 10th inning drama. But the way this season has gone, they aren't going to quibble with any victory.