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Cincinnati is expected to challenge for the Central Division title and with Spring Training winding down they slapped around Randy Wolf and the Brewers in a 9-3 win at Maryvale Baseball Park.  Starting pitcher Randy Wolf suffered his first loss as he was tagged for 7 runs in his 7 innings of work.  His record in Spring Training moved to 3-1.  Wolf only allowed two players (Juan Francisco & Todd Frazier) to have multiple RBI games, but the Brewers bats couldn't keep up as Aroldis Chapman went 5 innings of 2 run ball, allowing just 7 hits and striking out 6 batters.  Mike Leake went 3 innings to end the game and allowed just 3 hits to back up Chapman in the win for the Reds.Now on to the Highlights and lowlights:- Ryan Braun hit his first double of Spring Training but was just 1-for-3 on the day and his average is just .161 for the Spring.- Catcher George Kottaras, Wolf's personal catcher, was the only Brewers player with more than one RBI as he made his one hit count for ...
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