The Cincinnati Reds still have a chance of finishing with a winning interleague record.
The best the Minnesota Twins can hope for is a .500 mark against the NL.
The NL Central-leading Reds and AL-worst Twins close out their series - and their 2012 interleague schedules - Sunday at Great American Ball Park.
Losers of four straight - all against the AL - following a season-best six-game win streak, Cincinnati (39-31) rebounded from Friday's 5-4 series-opening defeat with a 6-0 victory on Saturday.
The Reds had dropped four in a row to the Twins dating to 2000.
Before returning to divisional play Monday versus Milwaukee, Cincinnati will give the ball to Mike Leake (2-5, 4.70 ERA) as it tries to end its 15-game interleague schedule with a winning record.
The right-hander was slated to pitch Monday, but the team announced Friday that he and Mat Latos were switching spots in the rotation.
"Leake and (Tuesday's starter Bronson) Arroyo are very similar," manager Dusty Baker told the Reds' o...