Big Inning Sinks Sanabia, Marlins in Cincinnati

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Big Inning Sinks Sanabia, Marlins in Cincinnati
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One inning was the difference. The Reds sent 12 men to the plate and scored eight runs in the seventh inning against the Marlins to turn a tie game into a 10-6 win at Great American Ball Park on Sunday. Marlins reliever Jon Rauch -- who inherited a bases-loaded, no-out situation from starter Alex Sanabia -- allowed all three baserunners to score. And then he allowed five more to do the same.

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