Senzel hits two HRs as Reds torch Giants

Adjust Comment Print

Given the superstitions of some sports teams (like whatever that whole goat/Chicago Cubs thing was all about), the Reds might try to recreate the swarm for future games. His home run Monday was a three-run shot in the sixth inning that cut the Giants' deficit at the time to 7-4.

It's actually the second time the Giants and the Reds have been involved in a bee delay in Cincinnati.

A swarm of bees delayed the start of the Cincinnati Reds' home baseball game against the San Francisco Giants on Monday.

Giants: LHP Drew Pomeranz (1-3, 4.08) makes his first appearance against Cincinnati since 2016.

2 arrested after clash in Sri Lanka town hit by Easter blast
Pakistani Christian and Muslim students carry placards and candles as they pay tribute to the Sri Lankan blasts victims, at St. Catholic churches were closed for a second weekend, and some Muslims have been subjected to hate comments on social media.

The Giants countered with an unearned run off Reds starter Anthony DeSclafani (2-1) in the second, before Cincinnati ended Pomeranz's day with a two-run third that began with Senzel's second homer in as many innings.

Norwell graduate Josh VanMeter, a former TinCaps player, made his major league debut in the seventh inning when he walked as a pinch hitter for Reds staring pitcher Luis Castillo.

Sandoval has now pitched two innings in his career and has not allowed a run. Meanwhile, shortstop Jose Iglesias knocked in four runs himself. Winker and Dietrich followed with first-pitch drives to right-center, Dietrich turning his entire body to stare into the Reds dugout as he danced up the first base line after his fourth home run in three games.