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Brandon Phillips followed with an RBI single, and Joey Votto's run-scoring double completed the rally. Stubbs added a solo homer an inning later for a 7-2 lead.
Despite all the running, Harang held up on a muggy, 84-degree night. He left after giving up a two-run double by Delwyn Young in the seventh, when Pittsburgh cut it to 7-5. Harang threw 114 pitches.
The Pirates also lost first baseman Steve Pearce, who sprained his ankle in the second inning while chasing down Young's errant throw from third base. Young's throw led to an unearned run, and Pearce left the game an inning later.
NOTES: Cedeno has four homers this season, three against Cincinnati. ... The Reds set off fireworks during the seventh-inning stretch, commemorating the 75th anniversary of the first night game at Crosley Field. ... The Reds placed Homer Bailey on the 15-day DL with an inflamed pitching shoulder. RH reliever Enerio Del Rosario, called up to fill the roster spot, made his big-league debut in the seventh and struck out Andrew McCutcheon, who reached on a passed ball on strike three.
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