Red Sox 5, Reds 4: More of the same

By Cincinnati Enquirer  • 
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David Kohl | Associated Press
Reds Zack Cozart goes down while trying to bunt in the ninth inning.

CINCINNATI — Another day, another one-run loss for the Reds.

It’s become old hat, almost routine for the 2014 Reds. They play well enough to keep it interesting, threaten at the end and fall short.

Yesterday’s version of Groundhog Day was a 5-4 loss to the Boston Red Sox at Great American Ball Park, the team’s major league-leading 28th one-run loss of the season and fourth straight loss that was by just one run.

And once again, the Reds had a chance — two runners on in the bottom of the ninth with a chance to take the lead on a day the Red Sox weren’t using closer Koji Uehara.


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