If the Reds were planning on bookending their season, I would have preferred the second win be at the end of the World Series.
Aristides Aquino homers again, but the Reds drop their home finale against the postseason-bound Brewers in announcer Marty Brennaman's final game.
Anthony DeSclafani gave up only one run and one hit, but it wasn't enough as the Reds offense was shut out by Merrill Kelly and the Diamondbacks.
The Cincinnati Reds will take on the Seattle Mariners tonight in another late-night matchup on the west coast.
Sonny Gray threw six strong innings before the Reds' bullpen let him down yet again. Phillip Ervin, however, saved the day with an 11th inning walk-off home run.
Jose Iglesias and Joey Votto: The two biggest talking points going into 2019. Who should stay, who should go, and most importantly, who's right?
For nearly a decade, the Reds have traded offense for defense at shortstop. If they hope to contend in 2020, that needs to change.