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Topic - Brayan Pena
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.
Aroldis Chapman's first failed pitch cost Cincinnati another one-run game.
Finally healthy after a lost season, Johnny Cueto is dominating every time out.
Johnny Cueto hasn't forgotten about his mini-meltdown against the Pittsburgh Pirates in the NL wild-card game last fall.
Tony Cingrani's second straight start against the Cardinals was nothing like the first.
Cincinnati Reds closer Aroldis Chapman underwent a 2½-hour operation Thursday to repair a broken bone above his left eye but has no other serious injuries after being hit in the face by a line drive in a spring training game.
Reds team doctor Tim Kremchek says a metal plate will be inserted in the bone and will remain there permanently. He says Chapman has a very mild concussion but no other brain injury and no injury to his eye.
"He backed his word," Reds catcher Brayan Pena said. "He said it was going to be a good one and we gave him much better run support today."