Just about everything is going right for the Cincinnati Reds.
In the midst of their longest winning stretch in 13 seasons, the Reds can complete their first road sweep of the Colorado Rockies since 2000 with a 10th straight victory Sunday at Coors Field.
Ryan Ludwick hit two of Cincinnati's five solo homers as the Reds (60-40) overcame a three-run first-inning deficit to beat Colorado 9-7 on Saturday. Winners in 16 of 18, the NL Central-leading Reds have not been on such a run since winning 10 in a row from June 21-July 1, 1999.
"We're playing good baseball," second baseman Brandon Phillips told the Reds' official website. "We just feel like we're coming together. We're all having a good time."
Cincinnati, which has not swept a series at Coors Field since July 13-15, 2000, appears to be taking its current success in stride.
"We just accept it and keep running with it," manager Dusty Baker said. "You don't think about how you're doing it. You don't think about how long you've been in...