Reds-Brewers: Bronson Arroyo Quiets The Brewers

Nathan DunnoCorrespondent IApril 15, 2009

MIAMI - JUNE 07:  Pitcher Bronson Arroyo #61 of the Cincinnati Reds throws in the fourth inning against the Florida Marlins at Dolphin Stadium June 7, 2008 in Miami, Florida.  (Photo by Marc Serota/Getty Images)

Starting pitcher Bronson Arroyo (2-0) got his second win in as many tries and he held the Brewers in check.

Bronson Arroyo pitched 6.1 innings of four hit ball while only allowing one earned run. Arroyo had three K's and four walks.

Daniel Ray Herrera came in the game in the sixth inning in a jam with two runners on with one out he got a double play to end the inning.

David Weathers and Francisco Cordero worked the final innings of the game holding the win for starter Bronson Arroyo. This game was the 900th appearance for David Weathers in his career.

Joey Votto put the Reds out in front early on in the first inning as he drove in Jerry Hairston on a RBI double of Manny Parra. Votto had two doubles and two RBI going 2-for-5.

Jerry Hairston Jr. hit a two-run homer to in the top if the third with zero outs to put the Reds in front for good to get their third win in a row and take the series.

Willy Taveras had a good day getting on base his last three times in a row up with two walks and a single while stealing two bases.

This win marks the third win in a row for the Reds, whose record is now 4-3.

Up next the Reds go for the sweep at Miller Park as Micah Owings makes his much awaited Reds pitching debut as he takes on Brewers pitcher Braden Looper at 8:05 ET.


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