PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Zack Cozart went up swinging when Jonathan Papelbon figured he'd be looking.
Cozart hit a tiebreaking homer on Papelbon's first pitch in the ninth and the Cincinnati Reds beat the Phillies 5-4 Tuesday night to snap a seven-game losing streak against Philadelphia.
"I was looking to swing at the first pitch," Cozart said. "Usually when you face guys like that, they'll try to get ahead of you."
That was Papelbon's thought process.
"I was just thinking too much about him being a leadoff hitter and trying to take one (strike) and look to manufacture a run off me," Papelbon said. "I can't overanalyze and I just have to execute my pitches."
Kevin Frandsen hit a tying RBI triple off Jonathan Broxton in the eighth, but the NL Central-leading Reds went ahead to stay on Cozart's shot off Papelbon (3-5).
Cliff Lee took a shutout into the seventh before allowing three runs to remain winless at home this season.
"Lee was outstanding," Reds manager Dusty Ba...