PITTSBURGH — Jake Fraley had three RBIs and scored four times to power the Cincinnati Reds to a 9-5 win over the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Fraley led off Sunday by grooving an 0-2 curveball from Zach Thompson 341 feet to right for his seventh homer and fourth in six games.
He walked in three of his next four at-bats, and also drove in two runs with a single off the right-field wall in the sixth. Cincinnati took two of three from Pittsburgh, which has dropped eight of 10.
Reds left-hander Mike Minor won for the first time since June 13, despite surrendering five runs on nine hits.
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