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This Day in Reds History - August 8

On this date in 1986 the Reds swept a double header from the Los Angeles Dodgers 4-0 and 5-1.

Bill Gullickson pitched a complete game five hit shut out and the Reds scored all of the runs off Orel Hershiser for the victory.

 

 

Los Angeles Dodgers         Cincinnati Reds
1 Steve Sax 2B 1 Kal Daniels LF
2 Mike Scioscia C 2 Buddy Bell 3B
3 Bill Madlock 3B 3 Dave Parker RF
4 Franklin Stubbs CF 4 Eric Davis CF
5 Mike Marshall RF 5 Nick Esasky 1B
6 Len Matuszek LF 6 Kurt Stillwell SS
7 Greg Brock 1B 7 Sal Butera C
8 Mariano Duncan SS 8 Ron Oester 2B
9 Orel Hershiser P 9 Bill Gullickson P

 

The Reds won the second game behind two home runs from Kal Daniels and the strong starting pitching of Chris Welsh. Daniels ended the day going 5-for-8. Welsh pitched 7 innings giving up only 1 run.

 

Los Angeles Dodgers         Cincinnati Reds
1 Steve Sax 2B 1 Kal Daniels LF
2 Mariano Duncan SS 2 Buddy Bell 3B
3 Bill Madlock 3B 3 Dave Parker RF
4 Mike Marshall RF 4 Bo Diaz C
5 Enos Cabell 1B 5 Nick Esasky 1B
6 Alex Trevino C 6 Eddie Milner CF
7 Franklin Stubbs LF 7 Kurt Stillwell SS
8 Reggie Williams CF 8 Ron Oester 2B
9 Alejandro Pena P 9 Chris Welsh P
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