CINCINNATI, OH - JUNE 6: Ryan Ludwick #48 of the Cincinnati Reds is tagged out by Cole Hamels #35 of the Philadelphia Phillies at home during the seventh inning at Great American Ball Park on June 6, 2014 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Philadelphia defeated Cincinnati 8-0. (Photo by Kirk Irwin/Getty Images)

Final: Phillies 8 Reds 0 Boxscore
*The Reds got rolled in front of 38,331 fans. Bob Castellini must be seething.
*I get a feeling something is about to happen. 
*Cueto wasn't Cueto. Hamels was just like Hamels always is vs the Reds. 
*Cueto rolled into the 4th inning, then unraveled. 5 innings his shortest outing of the season: 5 IN, 6 H, 1 BB, 2 HBP, HR, 5 K.
*3 straight losses, now 27-32 overall.
*Reds now 17-17 vs losing teams this season.
*14th time scoring 1 run or less, 7th time shutout.
*Reds have not scored in 17 innings.
*Zack Cozart singled to break a streak of 25 straight Reds retired, going back to Thur.
*Add 8 more K and just 2 walks to the Reds hitter tote board.
*Reds hitters 16 BB/132 K last 14 games....Votto had walked 12 times in 14 games before going on DL.
*Go figure: Cozart had 2 of the Reds 5 hits.
*Cole Oswalt: 7.2 IN, 0 10-0 1.36 in 13 career starts vs Reds.
*Ondrusek-Parra-Broxton: 3.2 scoreless innings.
*LeCure: .1, 3 H, 3 ER, BB.
*Listeners tell me anyone can play 1B. Todd Frazier another error at 1B. That's 3 errors in 3 starts at 1B.
*Reds run differential now -20 for season.
*2 runs remains the largest deficit Reds have overcome this season.


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