Found June 15, 2013 on Redlegs Review:
PLAYERS: Jay Bruce
TEAMS: Cincinnati Reds
Your browser does not support iframes. Jay Bruce entered Friday with four walk-off home runs in his career. The Reds All-Star right fielder had five by the night's end. Bruce's solo blast in the bottom of the 10th inning lifted Cincinnati past the visiting Brewers, 4-3, and sparked a celebration at home plate. It marked the 11th homer of the season for Bruce and it sent over 35,000 fans at Great American Ball Park home happy. "I told somebody earlier it never gets old," said Bruce. "I hit homers, but walk-offs are completely different. They're a little sweeter, especially this one because of yesterday." The Reds are now 4-7 in extra-inning games in 2013.
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