Cincinnati 10, Baltimore 5

Boxscore | Recap
Saturday, June 25, 2011 7:05 PM
Location - Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Temperature - 85°
Umpires - Home Plate - Adrian Johnson, First Base - Alan Porter, Second Base - Fieldin Culbreth, Third Base - Gary Cederstrom,
Attendance - 38976

Final Scoring Summary

Final 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 X R H E
Cincinnati 0 1 3 0 2 0 2 2 0 10 13 0
Baltimore 1 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 5 9 1

Team Records

Team W/L Home Away Streak
Cincinnati 40-38 22-19 18-19 W1
Baltimore 34-40 21-19 13-21 L1

Recap


The teams combined for nine home runs as the Cincinnati Reds outslugged the Baltimore Orioles 10-5 on Saturday at Camden Yards.

Joey Votto hit two of the Reds' five home runs — the 100th and 101st of his career — and drove in five runs. Both of Votto's home runs were against Baltimore lefthander Brian Matusz (1-3). Votto entered the game with only one home run against lefthanded pitchers this season.

The Reds hit three off their home runs against Matusz and two against reliever Brad Bergesen.

Reds starter Bronson Arroyo (7-6), who has allowed more home runs (169) since 2006 than any other National League pitcher, gave up all four of Baltimore's home runs.

Both teams set season-highs for home runs in a game.

The win is Cincinnati's third in 11 interleague games and its first road win against an American League team this season.

Top Game Performances

Starting Pitchers
Cincinnati   Baltimore
Bronson Arroyo Player Brian Matusz
Win W/L Loss
6.1 IP 4.2
6 Strikeouts 5
9 Hits 9
7.11 ERA 11.57
Hitting
Cincinnati   Baltimore
Joey Votto Player J.J. Hardy
3 Hits 2
5 RBI 1
2 HR 1
9 TB 5
.750 Avg .500

Team Stats Summary

Team Hits HR TB Avg LOB K RBI BB SB Errors
Cincinnati 13 5 30 .333 14 9 10 5 0 0
Baltimore 9 4 22 .273 8 12 5 3 1 1

Upcoming Games

  • Baltimore will play their next game at home against Cincinnati. The Orioles have a W/L % of .559 after a win and .375 after a loss.
  • Cincinnati will play their next game on the road against Baltimore. The Reds have a W/L % of .450 after a win and .579 after a loss.
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