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Chad Kuhl allowed eight runs on eight hits over two-plus innings in a disastrous start Thursday against the Diamondbacks.

It was clear from the outset of this one that Kuhl didn't have it, as the D'backs put up a three-run first inning before doubling down with three more runs in the second. Unconvinced, Clint Hurdle ran Kuhl back out for the third, but yanked him before the right-hander could record an out. Heading into Thursday, Kuhl had allowed a combined eight earned runs in his previous five starts, an indication of both how good he's been this year and how out of character Thursday's turn was. His ERA rose from 3.76 to 4.56 with the outing, dropping him to an even 5-5 through 15 starts. The 25-year-old will have a good chance to get right Tuesday when the Pirates visit the tumbling Mets.
Jun 21 - 11:59 PM

Zack Godley allowed three runs -- two earned -- over six innings in a win over the Pirates on Thursday.

Godley was much better than he needed to be after the D'backs offense staked him to an eight-run lead. He was a good steward of the run support, allowing four hits and walking three while striking out five over his six innings of work. It was the third consecutive start and his fourth in his last five in which Godley has allowed two earned runs, lowering his ERA for the third straight outing. He'll continue to work on his 4.64 ERA, and will have a good opportunity to do so, Tuesday when the Diamondbacks head east to visit the Marlins.
Jun 21 - 11:59 PM

Jesse Winker hit a grand slam in a six-run sixth inning to help the Reds beat the Cubs 6-2 on Thursday.

The Reds rallied with two outs, pushing across a run with a bases loaded walk, but the Cubs still held a 2-1 lead when Winker stepped in against southpaw Randy Rosario. That changed with one swing, as Winker yanked an inside pitch over the right field wall for a grand slam that ended up being the difference in the game. The homer was the fourth of the year for Winker, who has 23 RBI and 24 runs scored. The 24-year-old is hitting .256/.367/.365 on the year.
Jun 21 - 11:58 PM

Jason Heyward went 4-for-5 with a double and a run scored in Thursday's loss to the Reds.

The Cubs picked up eight hits on the night, with Heyward responsible for four of them. It was his second four-hit game of the month, a month in which he's hitting .324 with an OPS over .800. Overall, the 28-year-old is hitting a respectable .283/.345/.429 through 56 games.
Jun 21 - 11:53 PM

Billy Hamilton had an RBI single, a stolen base and a run scored in Thursday's win over the Cubs.

Hamilton was front and center in the Reds' six-run sixth inning, as he drew a leadoff walk and scored before delivering an RBI single of his own later in the frame. The stolen base was just his 14th of the year, easily the most disappointing aspect of his largely disappointing year. Through 70 games, the 27-year-old is hitting .211/.299/.309 overall.
Jun 21 - 11:48 PM

Jeff Samardzija (shoulder) surrendered four hits and two earned runs over four innings Thursday in a rehab start for Triple-A Sacramento.

Samardzija struck out seven while throwing 46 of his 73 pitches for strikes. He allowed a home run to Padres catcher Austin Hedges, who was rehabbing in El Paso. The 33-year-old looks poised to return to the Giants' rotation sometime next week. Teammate Johnny Cueto (elbow) is also on the comeback trail. He'll join Sacramento for a rehab start on Saturday.
Jun 21 - 11:46 PM

Matt Harvey allowed two runs over six innings in a win over the Cubs on Thursday.

Harvey gave up five hits and a walk, with only a Javier Baez two-run double in the third inning counting against him. Also notable were his six strikeouts, his most in a single game since April 14. Harvey hasn't had much on which to hang his hat this year, even after the trade from the Mets to the Reds -- he's got a 5.66 ERA in 16 games, including 12 starts, overall -- so there's not much to make of Thursday's performance except to note it and to pay attention to how he fares his next time out. That start will come Tuesday against a tough Braves team.
Jun 21 - 11:40 PM

Kyle Hendricks gave up four runs over 5 2/3 innings in a loss to the Reds on Thursday.

Hendricks cruised through five innings with minimal issues, but the sixth spelled trouble and ended up spelling his doom. It was his control that betrayed him, as he issued three walks -- including a run-scoring walk to Eugenio Suarez -- and a Jesse Winker grand slam after he exited saddled Hendricks with three more earned runs against. It was a poor ending to a decent start, and the loss was the fourth in the last five decisions for the 28-year-old. Through 15 starts, he's now 5-7 with a 3.73 ERA and 1.15 WHIP. The Dodgers present another challenge for Hendricks when the two sides meet Tuesday.
Jun 21 - 11:32 PM
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