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Nats Silence Reds Bats

Cincinnati had one of the top run-producing lineups in the NL before they ran into the Washington rotation. Now the Reds are still seeking their first win of their road series after the Nationals one-hit them in the first two contests of the four-game set.

The Reds will take the field Saturday for the third of a four-game set at Washington. Unless they can turn things around this weekend one thing that Reds hitters won't miss when they leave the nation's capital are the Nationals pitchers. One night after losing 8-1 on a one-hitter, Cincinnati was one-hit again in a 1-0 loss against Jordan Zimmerman. Homer Bailey was locked up in a pitcher's... Recommended Stories

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