The Cincinnati Reds had to wait quite awhile before finally celebrating another victory over the Philadelphia Phillies.
Bronson Arroyo hopes it's his turn next.
The Reds starter seeks his first win over the Phillies in more than 12 years when the teams continue their series Wednesday night at Citizens Bank Park.
Cincinnati had dropped seven straight and 15 of the last 16 meetings with Philadelphia - including a three-game sweep in the 2010 NL division series - before Tuesday's 5-4 victory.
The Reds (75-49) blew a pair of late-inning leads, but Zack Cozart hit Jonathan Papelbon's first pitch for a homer in the ninth to break a tie before Aroldis Chapman converted his 22nd consecutive save opportunity.
"I was looking to swing at the first pitch," Cozart said. "Usually when you face guys like that, they'll try to get ahead of you."
Todd Frazier, hitting .478 with five home runs over his last 13 games, went 2 for 3 with a double and an eighth-inning homer for Cincinnati, which has gone ...