Padres snap Cincinnati Reds six-game winning streak

SAN DIEGO –– The Cincinnati Reds had already done the improbable, scoring four runs in the ninth inning against one of the best closers in MLB. On Thursday night against the San Diego Padres, the Reds were three outs away from a ninth inning comeback led by their two rookies.

The Reds bullpen couldn't put away the game in the ninth.

While Cincinnati entered the bottom half of the inning with a two-run lead, relievers Ryan Hendrix and Amir Garrett allowed four runs in the ninth as the Reds lost to the Padres, 6-4.

Padres catcher Victor Caratini hit a walk-off homer to left field off Garrett to break the Reds six-game winning streak.

In the top of the ninth, the Reds had a comeback that would have been remarkable had it lasted.

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