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Albert Almora Jr. helps the Reds save the Finale vs. Braves

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Almora's single minter (4-2) against A.J. gave the Reds their first walk-off victory of the season. It was after the Braves drew the match at the top of the top of the ninth inning with a solo home run between Marcell Ozuna and Michael Harris II's Hunter Strickland (1-2).

Ozna had two solo homers in the afternoon for the 14th multihomer game of his career.

Cincinnati scored three runs in the eighth inning, leading 3-1 with a total of four losing streaks and ten home winless skids.

In this game, a pitcher duel was held between Luis Castillo of Cincinnati and Charlie Morton of Atlanta, and seven shut-out innings allowed one hit. He walked 1 and hit 10.

Castillo hit 6 hits in 7 innings, 1 walk and 1 run in 6 strikeouts.

Ozuna went home with two outs in four innings against the Braves to give the Braves a quick lead.

Collin McHugh reassured Morton that he started eight innings, allowing Almora and Nick Senzel a single out in a row. Matt Reynolds continued his run scoring singles to tie the game.

Brandon Drury played as a pinch hitter and ran two double runs in the right fielder for the Reds' first extra-base hit in the series.

Morton retired the first 12 batters in turn and did not allow a hit until Max Schrock led the middle single to lead seven innings.

Atlanta starting pitchers Max Fried, Spencer Strider and Morton hit 25 batters in a 20-inning three-game series.

The Braves dragged 3-1 before finishing the match in 9th place. Ozuna hit a lead-off home run against Strickland, and Harris evened the score with a two-out solo blast to the right fielder.

Ronald Acuña Jr., Austin Riley and Ozna each hit Atlanta twice and beat the scoring runners 0-8.

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