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Cole Hamels earned his first win of the season after pitching seven innings of one-run ball with just three hits, one walk and 10 strikeouts against the Reds on Saturday.
As if Hamels' last outing wasn't strong enough, he looked even better in this one against the Reds. He's now allowed just two runs over his last 14 innings and has a 21:5 K:BB over these last two starts. This is the Hamels everyone was expecting and though it took a few starts to shake the rust off from his shoulder, he looks like he's back to form. He'll face the hot-hitting Marlins in pitcher-friendly Miami his next time out.ANALYST: Howard Bender
Raisel Iglesias will start for the Reds on Sunday.
Iglesias has been used out of the bullpen twice since his last start 10 days ago, and has given up three earned runs in three innings in that time. That being said, Iglesias was fairly solid in his two starts this season, going 1-0 with a 2.77 ERA and a 9/5 strikeout-to-walk ratio in 13 innings pitched. Analysis: Brad Costilo