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Ubaldo Jimenez gave up six runs in less than four innings, including a long leadoff homer by Brandon Phillips, and the Cincinnati Reds beat the Cleveland Indians 9-2 Saturday.
Phillips drove the fifth pitch of the game out of the ballpark and into the Arizona desert. The shot far beyond the left-field fence was tracked down by a youngster in a stretch of sand near a roadway.
Jimenez allowed five hits and walked four over 3 2-3 innings. He left with the bases loaded and Zack Cozart hit a bases-loaded triple off reliever Tony Sipp to make it 6-1.
Cozart tripled twice. Chris Valaika added two hits and two RBIs.
Cincinnati starter Bronson Arroyo gave up one run over three innings.
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Rookie of the Year 1955, 2 Time All-Star (1955-1956), Top 20 MVP (1956)
Best Season (1956...