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By Isaac Orr
New carbon-dioxide rules would put America in the dark
Topic - Brandon Phillips
Unsatisfied after a pair of losses, Johnny Cueto told his teammates he would pitch well against the Arizona Diamondbacks. Just get me two runs, he told them.
Brandon Phillips gets as much of a charge out of making a defensive gem to save a run as he does hitting a home run. Wednesday night, he was able to do both in the same inning to help the Cincinnati Reds pin a frustrating loss on two-time Cy Young Award winner Clayton Kershaw.
Twice in their extra innings loss to the Reds, the Nationals had would-be walk-off singles negated by incredible defensive plays.
Milwaukee wasted a chance to leave Cincinnati with a four-game split.
Cincinnati Reds second baseman Brandon Phillips left Friday's game against the Chicago Cubs because of back spasms.
Jonathon Niese put to rest any worries about his health. Travis d'Arnaud did little to set aside any concerns about his ability to hit big league pitching.
Pinch-hitter Ike Davis hit a game-ending grand slam and the New York Mets were aided by a favorable ninth-inning replay review in rallying to beat the Cincinnati Reds 6-3 Saturday.
Nothing went right for the Cincinnati Reds in the ninth inning.
Lucas Duda made the Mets look awfully smart, for one night at least.
Minor league outfielder Steve Selsky doubled in two runs in the bottom of the ninth inning for the Cincinnati Reds, who bounced back from blowing a three-run lead and rallied to beat the Cleveland Indians 5-4 on Monday.
Cincinnati second baseman Brandon Phillips flashed his All-Star form at the plate and in the field Sunday as the Reds beat a split squad of San Diego Padres 15-4.
Cincinnati Reds second baseman Brandon Phillips shouted obscenities Wednesday night at a newspaper reporter who commented on the star's sagging on-base percentage.
Adam Jones doubled in the tying and go-ahead runs in the eighth inning, Eric Hosmer hit a three-run double in the ninth and the U.S. scored seven times in the last two innings to beat Canada 9-4 on Sunday.
The Reds started a countdown to a 2015 All-Star game on Wednesday by breaking out the bunting and bursting into a standing ovation.
Jay Bruce was Mr. Clinch again, hitting the homer that got the Reds' championship party started on the second try.
"It's all about getting wins, regardless of what you're trying to spoil or whatever," second baseman Brandon Phillips said. "You want to go out there and get as many wins as possible because you never know if these games matter later on in the season."
Phillips adds: "It's always good trying to beat these guys."