Eugenio Suárez cracked a 2-run go-ahead homer in the bottom of the 2nd inning and the Cincinnati Reds pitching staff took care of the rest as the team picked up a win and a series sweep on Sunday afternoon over the Colorado Rockies. The Reds moved above the .500 mark for the first time since April 21st when they were 9-8 and in the middle of what would become a 7-game losing streak.
|Colorado Rockies (25-41)||2||6||0|
|Cincinnati Reds (32-31)||6||9||0|
|W: Hendrix (3-1) L: Senzatela (2-7)|
The Reds hit the ball very hard in the bottom of the 1st inning but didn’t have much to show for it.