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Cubs take series over Reds


Reds upend Cubs at Wrigley


Indians outslug Detroit


Pirates shut out in St. Louis


Pirates walk off against Cubs


Reds shut out Brewers at Great American


Puig, Reds get extra innings win over Brewers


Bell's 3 homers powers Pirate win


Reds fall to Milwaukee


Pirates beat Brewers on the road


Reds handle Cubs in series opener


Angels 8th dooms Reds


Astros handle Pirates


Reds sweep Astros


Reds beat Astros again


Reds edge Astros


Reds get series split in Cleveland


Indians nip Reds in 10


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