Scott Schebler homered on Jose Quintana’s first pitch of the game, Phillip Ervin also went deep and the Cincinnati Reds beat Chicago 2-1 on Sunday. Joey Votto had three hits for last-place Cincinnati, which stopped its three-game losing streak and Chicago’s three-game winning streak. Luis Castillo (10-12) allowed one run, four hits, and four walks in 6 2/3 innings. Amir Garrett and Jared Hughes combined for four outs and Raisel Iglesias pitched the ninth for his 27th save in 31 chances, completing a five-hitter. The Reds will continue on its 10 game road trip, as they travel to Milwaukee to face the Brewers. Game time tonight is set for 7:40 PM and available on WKYH 99.3 FM and AM 600 in Paintsville.
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