Junior's shot was the Reds' first and only walk-off hit in June, although that has a lot to do with a 5-game home losing streak and two road trips of at least 8 games. Griffey is the first Red to hit two walk-off shots this season:
- June 30: Ken Griffey Jr. homers (603) to beat the Pirates after Dusty Baker tried his hardest to give the game away
- May 31: Jay "The Boss" Bruce homers (first career home run) to beat the Braves
- May 30: Brandon Phillips single Error on Chipper Jones, scoring Jay Bruce to beat the Braves
- May 17: Adam Dunn homers to beat the Indians
- May 14: Paul Janish singles (first career hit), scoring Johnny Cueto to beat the Marlins
- April 20: Ken Griffey Jr. doubles in Ryan Freel to beat the Brewers
- April 5: Paul Bako singles in Ryan Freel to beat the Phillies
- April 2: Edwin Encarnacion (not a clutch player) homers to beat the Diamondbacks
After the jump, a brief Farmer's Only...
Adam Rosales went 3 for 5 with 2 doubles and a triple in Louisville's 12-8 win over Bryan Bullington and Indianapolis. Rosales is batting .441 over his past 8 games with 4 homers, 4 doubles and a triple. ... Sean Henry was 2 for 5 in Chattanooga's 4-3 win. ... Devin Mesoraco went 1 for 4 for the 7th time in the past 9 games as Dayton lost 6-2. Josh Ravin walked 8 in 3.1 innings. ... Neftali Soto (2 for 5, 2 RBIs) and Alex Buchholz (3 for 5, 2 doubles) led the way in Billings' 8-3 win. ... Juan Rafael struck out 7 in 6 innings during the GCL Reds' 6-0 win over the Red Sox.