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‘We never felt like the game was out of reach’: Reds erase five-run deficit, stun Rockies – The Cincinnati Enquirer

The Reds erased a five-run deficit in the final two innings and Nick Senzel scored the go-ahead run on a wild pitch in the victory.

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DENVER – It was one of those games where nothing went right until everything went right. 
The Reds looked like a team at the end of a nine-game road trip. Bad fundamental defense. The offense mustered four hits through the first seven innings at the hitter-haven Coors Field. 
Down to their final six outs, the Reds did the improbable. They erased a five-run deficit in the final two innings for a 7-6 win to salvage a series split against the Colorado Rockies. 
“Man, I don’t even know what to say,”…

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