Although the Reds are three games under .500, Cincinnati's season is just getting started.
Johnny Cueto struck out 12 and Joey Votto smacked a two-run homer in the seventh inning.
Pitcher Mike Leake doubled and hit a two-run homer Tuesday night after the Pirates won the completion of Monday's suspended game.
The game that started Monday with 10 home runs ended Tuesday with hardly a whimper.
The Cincinnati Reds joined the rest of the MLB in honoring Jackie Robinson on Tuesday.
The players and managers had never seen anything like it - 10 homers - and the game isn't finished yet.
"Everything was great," Reds closer Aroldis Chapman said after he threw off a mound for the first time since he was hit in the face by a line drive in spring training.
Billy Hamilton finally showed a burst of greatness, but not after a little bit of a warm up.
Chris Heisey hit his first grand slam and Devin Mesoraco homered and drove in career high-tying four runs as the Cincinnati Reds took advantage of Tampa Bay's depleted pitching staff for a 12-4 victory on Sunday.
Reds starter Mat Latos had an MRI on his sore pitching forearm Saturday, a new problem that leaves him unsure of the next step in his recovery from a knee injury.
Reds closer Aroldis Chapman will throw a bullpen session Monday, his first since being struck in the face by a line drive during a Spring Training game March 19, according to a report from ESPN .
Alex Cobb went seven innings on Saturday, extending Tampa Bay's run of solid starting pitching, and James Loney homered for a 1-0 victory over the slumping Cincinnati Reds.
David Price took a shutout into the ninth and Matt Joyce homered, helping the Tampa Bay Rays beat the slumping Reds 2-1 on Friday night for their first victory in Cincinnati.
The Reds' season has started a lot like the last one ended, with a lot of losses set up by a lot of runners stranded on base.
Billy Hamilton had three hits and his first two steals, and scored easily after tagging up on a shallow outfield pop fly to support a strong outing from Mike Leake in the Cincinnati Reds' 4-0 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals on Wednesday.
Joey Votto broke out of his stoic shell for an interview with MLB Network, dressed and in character as a Canadian Mountie.
It was just one call. Just one question. But what a difference a few words made in the local coverage of the Pete Rose story 25 years ago.
Matt Holliday hit a go-ahead two-run double in the sixth inning that glanced off right fielder Jay Bruce's glove on the warning track and the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Cincinnati Reds 7-5 on Tuesday night.
A nice line to end the evening broadcast about Pete Rose's big win at Turfway 25 years ago touched off a series of historic events.
The Reds would have been celebrating Zack Cozart's and Billy Hamilton's first hits of the season if they had managed to finish off a ninth-inning rally.