Harper's 10th inning single lifts Nats past Reds

BRYCE HARPER SINGLED IN THE WINNING RUN IN THE 10TH INNING, BRIAN GOODWIN HOMERED TWICE AND THE WASHINGTON NATIONALS GOT A SOLID PERFORMANCE FROM THEIR BULLPEN IN A 6-5 VICTORY OVER THE CINCINNATI REDS ON FRIDAY NIGHT.

ANTHONY RENDON AND DANIEL MURPHY ALSO HOMERED FOR THE NATIONALS, WHO TRAILED 5-2 IN THE SIXTH BEFORE COMING BACK TO DEAL THE REDS THEIR 12TH LOSS IN 13 GAMES.

TREA TURNER SINGLED OFF RAISEL IGLESIAS (2-2) WITH ONE OUT IN THE 10TH AND TOOK THIRD ON A SINGLE BY GOODWIN BEFORE HARPER HIT A LINER THAT STRUCK THE RIGHT-FIELD WALL ON ONE BOUNCE.

MATT ALBERS (3-1) PITCHED THE 10TH TO CAP AN IMPRESSIVE NIGHT FOR THE NATIONALS' BULLPEN, A MALIGNED GROUP THAT BLANKED THE REDS ON ONE HIT OVER THE FINAL FIVE INNINGS.

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