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Last updated on Monday, April 15, 2013
(Pittsburgh, PA) - In the National League Sunday, the Pittsburgh Pirates rallied to score 10 runs in their final two at bats to sink the Cincinnati Reds, 10-7 at PNC Park in Pittsburgh.
The Reds' suffered the road sweep and lost their fifth straight game despite leading the Pirates 5-0 after 6 innings played.
The Pirates comeback started when Michael McKenry homered in the seventh-inning to cut the Reds lead to 5-1.
McKenry another home run in the eighth-inning to tie the game at 6-6, and Starling Marte homered just a few batters later to give the Pirates an 8-6 lead.
The Reds are 5-7 on the year and open a 3 game series tonight against the Philadelphia Phillies at Great American Ballpark.
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