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Castro drives in 3, Marlins beat Reds 6-0 to even series

Castro drives in 3, Marlins beat Reds 6-0 to even series

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CINCINNATI (AP) - Starlin Castro advanced three runs with a homer and a double, Caleb Smith supported another good performance and Miami Marlin defeated the Cincinnati Reds 6-0 on Saturday night.

Marlin will try to win his fourth consecutive series on Sunday.

Miami pulled Smith (2-3) off the Yankees in the form of a right-handed cast of Michael King. Left-handed hitters are scolding in their last three rounds, with only 26 runs in 18/2/3 innings, only two runs and seven hits are allowed.

Against. the Reds, he left three hits and took seven wickets in 5/3 innings, some escaping the dangers created by Marlin's errors. Three relief workers completed the four hits

The Miami crime had an early staircase with a couple of houses by Rookie Tyler Castle (2-4). Martin Prado doubled for the first time, and Castro worked with his 100th career. Justin Bore added a single shot in the sixth inning, leading his sixth sixth Homer to his team.

RBI de Castro started a rally of three races in the eighth position. Brian Anderson added two more at home.

The Miami Jetty was 0 for Realmuto 3 and was killed by a pitch, ending a 12-game streak that was the longest active in the National League.

The. Reds fell to 8-25 in 1934 due to the second-worst start in the club's history. They closed for the fifth time, tied with Miami in second place in the National League behind Milwaukee.

The doctor is in

The Manager of Marlin, Don Matting, received the title of Doctor Honoris Causa in Humane Letters from the University of Evansville. Evansville president Thomas A.

"I'm excited about that," said Matting. "I had two brothers who went to school, so since I was a kid, I'm going into the game."

Training room

Red: RHP Michael Lorenzon dropped 40 pitches without problems in the training complex of the Reds Spring.

The next

Marlin: Dan Strawley (0-0) After a swelling that returns from the right foot, he makes his second exit. He lost his two performances in his career against his old team.

Red: LHP Brandon Finnegan (0-2) has been a victim of hunting victims in each of his two previous beginners. The Reds have lost their first four rounds this season.

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