The season-high losing streak for the Cincinnati Reds continues on. The clubs hasn't felt the joy of a win since July 13 as they fell yet again, for the seventh consecutive time, this time at the hand of the Washington Nationals by a score of 4-1 at Great American Ballpark in Cincinnati.
"Sometimes when you struggle, and obviously, we're struggling, you kind of end up putting way too much on your plate," Reds manager Bryan Price said. "Everyone does it; we do it as coaches and managers, players, etc., you put a bunch of hurdles in front of yourself, and you get away from what you do naturally, comfortably."
"A couple of pitches were up, and I wanted them down in the zone. I was behind in the count," Simon said. "When you get behind in the count, it's easier for them to hit the ball.
"I think everybody is trying to do their part," Reds third baseman Todd Frazier said. "Right now, everybody is just not doing it, the whole.
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