Infield hits by Aristides Aquino in the top of the 10th inning recorded a Cincinnati Reds go-a-head run that beat host Milwaukee Brewers 4-2 on Sunday.
Aquino's single (soft ground ball up to 3rd place) won Austin Romine, who was 2nd as an automatic runner. Akino finished third with a slow error from third baseman Mike Brosseau, scoring a goal on Donovan Solano's sacrifice fly to complete the Reds.
As Cincinnati played two out of three games in the weekend series, Ross Detwiler hit a scoreless tenth place for the Reds to win a save.
Solano finished with two RBIs to lead the Reds.
The Reds climbed 2-1 and entered the bottom of the ninth inning, but Keston Hiura greeted relief hunter Strickland with a solo home run, leading the innings and scoring. .. It was Hiura's 10th home run this season.
Both starting pitchers were dominant.
Brewers' right-handed Corbin Burnes hit 9 in 6 innings, giving up 1 run, 2 hits and 2 walks, lowering ERA 2.45.
Reds' right-handed Graham Ashcraft allowed 1 run and 4 hits in 5 2/3 innings, walked 2 and hit 3.
Milwaukee shortstop Willy Adames started scoring three times when he returned home from ashcraft to the center field.
Fifth, Cynthinaty catcher Michael Papierski scored a 1 on his right fielder with a home run.
After José Barrero's third batter in the eighth, Rogers allowed the single to substitute Jonathan India. Later, Solano doubled the wall on the right wing, winning India from the beginning and giving the Reds a 2-1 lead.
Valero finished 0-4 with four strikeouts.
The Reds haven't lost the series since losing to St. Louis Cardinals in two games from July 15th to 16th. Since then, Cincinnati has won the series in St. Louis, Miami, Baltimore, and now Milwaukee.
Brewers lost in 5 of the last 6 games.
– Field-level media