Found June 10, 2012 on Redlegs Review:
The Reds (32-27) faced off against the Tigers (28-32) tonight to wrap up a three game series. Despite a quality start from Homer Bailey and an offensive explosion from Todd Frazier, the Reds gave up a 4 run lead to completely implode against the Tigers and losing their grasp on their lead in the National League Central and allowing the Tigers to take the series 2 to 1. The Good.  - Todd Frazier has come alive against the Tigers this series, having his best offensive performance today. He had two hits for a career high 4 RBI's. Including a two run homer. Frazier improves to .275 on the year. - Homer Bailey with another quality start. 6.2 IP, 3 runs, 2 walks and 7 strikeouts. - Zack Cozart also gets two hits and drives in an RBI. - Devin Mesoraco also homered but still has much improving to do at the plate - Brandon Phillips crossed the plate twice on two hits, but also had a fielding error on a tough chopper to second. - Alfredo Simon pitched an awesome 8th i...
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