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Joey Votto Drives In Five, Reds End Skid

The Reds ended their five game losing streak this afternoon and they did it behind the stick of Joey Votto.  The first baseman finished the game two for five with a homerun and five RBIs.  Ken Griffey, Jr. also got the bat going and he went two for five with a three run homer.  Votto’s hitting .351 now, which is a testament to how this guy can rake.

Edinson Volquez improved to 2-0 on the season with a nice start.  He gave up just one run on four hits and four walks with seven strikeouts in five innings in the 9-2 win.

So the skid is over and next up will be the Brewers.  Milwaukee sits at 9-6 and it’d be nice if the Reds brought them down to earth this weekend.  Bronson Arroyo gets the nod in the opener against Brewers ace Ben Sheets.

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