Offensive production for the Cincinnati has been somewhat of a struggle in recent weeks. Last night was a perfect example of that as they mustered just three hits in a 4-0 loss to the Arizona Diamondbacks in Phoenix.
Josh Collmenter went the distance for the D'Backs striking out five.
"It's one of those games that you're simply embarrassed, basically," Reds third baseman Todd Frazier said. "That's all you can say. Everybody, from top to bottom, we're not playing well, even though we got the win yesterday. We should have been rolling into this next game."
"What you start to do is start to give more people opportunities," Price said. "We have a five-man bench and we will utilize it as you'll see Friday and over the course of this series and moving forward. You can't keep trying the same things and expect a different result.
"We're going to be all right," Pena said. "We're going to be OK. We trust each other. We know we're capable of pulling this together. That's what we're going to do."
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