Walker had three hits in the win.

Neil Walker collected three of the Pirates ten singles and drove in a pair. Pittsburgh pulled ahead with two runs in the bottom of the seventh off of Aroldis Chapman to win 5-3.

The Reds jumped in front first. Charlie Morton gave up a single to Brandon Phillips to start the game. He moved to second on a Freddie Lewis ground ball out and Joey Votto singled him home.

Morton continued to battle each inning. After a Drew Stubbs single in the second, Ramon Hernandez hit into a double play (with Walker making a nifty grab, tag and throw on the play). Lewis was caught stealing to end the third inning. Joey Votto walked leading off the fourth but Morton picked him off.

Pittsburgh tied it up in the fourth against Dontrelle Willis. Andrew McCutchen and...

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