Nationals Top Reds in Eleven

By: By JOE KAY-- AP Baseball Writer
By: By JOE KAY-- AP Baseball Writer

The Nationals were coming off a 15-0 loss in the series opener, their most lopsided defeat since baseball returned to Washington in 2005. The Reds hit six homers in that one.

Washington got the better of it this time, hitting five homers to Cincinnati's one. The teams have combined for 12 homers, accounting for 20 of the 28 runs in the series.

Wilson Ramos hit two for the Nationals, including a solo shot off J.J. Hoover (0-2) in the 11th.

Desmond's errors helped the Reds rally from a 5-1 deficit.


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