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This Day in Reds History - September 27


On this date in 1998 the Reds beat the Pirates 4-1 in the Brothers Game.

The Reds started an infield consisting of the Larkin brothers and the Boone brothers. Barry went ofer 3 and Stephen 1-for-3 for the Larkin brothers while Bret went ofer 4 and Aaron went 1-for-2, with a three run dinger, for the Boone clan.

 

 

Pittsburgh Pirates         Cincinnati Reds
1 Tony Womack CF 1 Reggie Sanders CF
2 Adrian Brown LF 2 Barry Larkin SS
3 Jose Guillen RF 3 Stephen Larkin 1B
4 Tim Laker 1B 4 Bret Boone 2B
5 Doug Strange 2B 5 Roberto Petagine RF
6 Freddy Garcia 3B 6 Aaron Boone 3B
7 Keith Osik C 7 Jon Nunnally LF
8 Abraham Nunez SS 8 Brook Fordyce C
9 Jose Silva P 9 Brett Tomko P
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