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Saturday, March 9, 2013

Reds and Phillies split a 4 game series

Game 1: Philadelphia 6  Cincinnati 5 (13 innings)
W: Garber (4-0)  L: Tomlin (0-3)
Cincinnati breezed through the first 8 innings with a 5-1 lead behind Tom Seaver (5 hits, 7Ks).  Joe Morgan provided the offense with a 3 run shot in the 5th.  In the bottom of the 9th, the Phillies touched up the Red's bullpen for 4 runs to tie the game, then for the 2nd straight day Rich Hebner knocked home the winning run in extra innings.

Game 2: Cincinnati 16  Philadelphia 4
W: Bonham (1-1)  L: Lerch (3-1)
This one was never in doubt as Cincinnati pounded out 21 hits.  Driessen, Griffey, and Bench all went deep for the Reds.

Game 3: Philadelphia 7  Cincinnati 0
W: Kaat (2-1)  L: Norman (2-5)
Phillies returned the favor hitting 4 home runs off of starter Fred Norman.  Jim Kaat threw a 4 hit shutout for his 2nd win of the season.

Game 4: Cincinnati 3  Philadelphia 1
W: Hume (4-3)  L: Christenson (3-3)
Good pitching duel between Hume (5H, 5Ks) and Christenson (9H 6Ks).  Game ended with Rich Hebner striking out with the tying runs on base.

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