For the first time since the All-Star break, the Cincinnati Reds scored more than five runs in a game, and they did it in a big way. The offense collected 15 hits, including four from first baseman Todd Frazier in Sunday's 7-3 win over the Miami Marlins.
"Everyone did a good job today manufacturing runs," said Frazier. "Ryan Ludwick hit a double — but we were hitting singles. That goes to show you we do have the power, but at the same time, we know how to get runs in doing the little stuff."
"Forget the quality start and the statistics, everybody was going out there and pitching like we've come to expect with this group," Reds manager Bryan Price said. "It's not just a six-inning, three-run quality start, but really pitching deep in the game and limiting the runs and giving us a chance to get a lead. We've been very good with a lead this year."
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