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Thursday, September 29, 2005

Brewers Back to .500, Lose 4-11



It isn't often a pitcher gives up a career high in hits and still cruises to an easy victory.
That is what happened to Cincinnati's Aaron Harang on Wednesday night as he allowed 14 hits in the Reds' 11-4 win over the Milwaukee Brewers.

Harang (11-13) gave up four runs in 7 1/3 innings. His previous high for hits allowed was 11 in his last start, against Philadelphia on Sept. 23. He was helped by three double plays and the Brewers stranded eight baserunners, five in scoring position.

"They were not afraid to swing at my pitches," Harang said. "But I was able to get out of some jams by making some good pitches."

Reds manager Jerry Narron said Harang has been the Reds most consistent pitcher all season.
"He got some big outs with guys in scoring position," Narron said. "I am really glad he could get a win in his last start of the season."

Adam Dunn hit his 39th home run and Felipe Lopez drove in three runs to lead the Reds.

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