In 35 games this season, Senzel is hitting .289 with three homers, 16 RBIs and seven stolen bases. His OPS is .820.
Also of note from Tuesday night: left-handed pitching prospect Cody Reed notched arguably his best start of the season for the Bats.
He struck out 11 in 7.2 innings (both season highs) but was still saddled with the loss as the Clippers scored five runs (four earned) off of him.
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Reed, who appeared in four games early in the season for the Reds, has endured more downs than ups in the first half of the year in Louisville. He is 0-5 with a 4.69 ERA in nine starts. He has averaged almost a strikeout per inning (44 Ks in 48 IP) and walked 17, but opponents are hitting .294 against him.
The big blow for Columbus came from a name familiar to Reds fans: Adam Rosales.
The 35-year-old hustle king clubbed a 2-run homer in the third inning to start the scoring.