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The "Chicks Dig the Long Ball" campaign is long dead and buried, but it might be time for a revival this week in Cincinnati. The Reds will host the Los Angeles Dodgers tonight in the opener of a four-game series at Great American Ball Park, and the debut matchup will feature a pair of pitchers whose recent resumes have included a fair number of bases-clearing hits. Watch the game live on TSN2 at 7pm et/4pm pt. Los Angeles veteran Dan Haren has served up seven home runs in his last 24 innings of work over his last four starts, losing three decisions while posting a 4.88 earned run average. Two homers came in six innings of a 4-1 loss to the Chicago White Sox on Tuesday. Oddly, hed given up just three homers in his first eight starts this season, during which he was 5-1. Hes also allowed 11 long balls in eight games against Cincinnati, a stretch in which hes 3-3 with a 4.95 ERA. In fact, three Cincinnati players -- Brandon Phillips, Ryan Ludwick and Zack Cosart -- have two apiece. Meanwhile, Tony Cingrani gets the start for the Reds amid a four-start losing streak since he returned from a bout with tendinitis in his left shoulder. Hes surrendered seven home runs in 22 2/3 innings in the comeback portion of the season, after having allowed just three round-trippers in 32 1/3 innings to begin the season. Cingrani gave up two homers and three runs overall in a 5 2/3-inning stint against San Francisco on Wednesday. In one career meeting with Los Angeles last July, he tossed seven innings of scoreless ball and struck out 11 in a game that the Reds ultimately lost, 1-0. On Sunday in Colorado, Clayton Kershaw tossed an impressive five innings of one-run ball to guide the Dodgers to a 6-1 victory over the Rockies as the game was called after 5 1/2 innings due to rain. Kershaw allowed just three hits, one being a solo homer, while fanning nine across five innings of work. Hanley Ramirez stroked a solo home run and Matt Kemp went 2-for-2 with a two- run triple for the Dodgers. In Cincinnati, Homer Bailey had an impressive day, firing eight innings of one-run ball and driving in two runs to help the Reds to a 4-1 victory against the Philadelphia Phillies in the rubber match of a three-game set. Bailey (7-3) allowed just six hits and three walks while fanning seven to win his fourth consecutive start. He also hit the go-ahead two-run single in the fifth to support his own cause. Billy Hamilton stroked a two-run home run for the Reds, winners of two straight after a three-game skid. The Dodgers won two of three at home versus the Reds on May 26-28. Padres Dinelson Lamet Jersey . PETERSBURG, Fla. Padres A. J. 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Argentina were in the game up until the very end, with four points separating the teams before a Bernard Foley penalty and Dean Mumm try handed Australia a seemingly comfortable win in the English capital.Tries from Adam Coleman and Samu Kerevi as well as poor kicking from Santiago Gonzalez Iglesias meant Australia had a 10-point lead going into the break. The Pumas fought back after the break, with Iglesias goal kicking showing improvement and Jeronimo de la Fuente adding to Matias Alemannos first-half try, but Kerevi scored a second and Mumm added the finishing touches to hand the Wallabies second spot as the southern hemisphere competition came to a close at Twickenham. Australias Quade Cooper and Dean Mumm try to bring down Argentinas Pablo Matera Australia were fortunate not to concede a second-minute try when scrum-half Will Genias clearance kick was charged down by Pumas No 8 Leonardo Senatore. Gonzalez Iglesias recovered the loose ball and went over but as the fly-half had been in front of Senatore, the try was ruled out for offside by the video referee.Dane Haylett-Petty then burst down the right and sent in second row Coleman. French referee Mathieu Raynal called for replay assistance to determine if Haylett-Petty had lost possession in the tackle, but the try was awarded following deliberation. Foleys conversion and subsequent penalty gave Australia a 10-0 lead. Gonzalez Iglesias then pulled a kickable penalty to the left of the posts.Australia were a man down when flanker Hooper was set to the sin-bin in the 17th minute for a high tackle on De la Fuente. Argentina capitalised with a strong drive only for lock Matias Alemanno to lose control as he tried to ground the ball for a try. But minutes later the second row did score following a drive from a close-range line-out.Gonzalez Iglesias again missed the kick at goal. Watch NOW TV Watch Sky Sports for just ￡6.99. No contract. Foley made no mistake with his second successful penalty and then, from a central position 40 metres out, Gonzalez Iglesias was off target once more. Hooper had not long returned when Australia were again a man down, with Coleman penalised for catching scrum-half Martin Landajo round the neck. Yet it was Australia who scored next with a try a minute before half-time.Argentina captain Agustin Creevys poor line-out throw gave Australia possession on the Pumas 22 and quick hands saw the ball worked right and then back left again before Kerevi, holding off Senatore, went over. Foley missed the awkward conversion and there was still time for Gonzalez Iglesias, on target with his fourth attempt, to cut Australias interval lead to 10 points. Pumas captain Agustin Creavy gives his reaction after losing their final 2016 Rugby Championship clash The Pumas were back in the match in the 45th minute when a charging run by lock Pablo Matera set up a quick tap penalty from which De la Fuente, twisting through several would-be tackles went over for a fine try.ddddddddddddGonzalez Iglesias converted and Australias lead was down to three points. But, in an open match, Argentina were themselves caught cold minutes later when centre Kerevi intercepted lock Gudo Pettis loose pass for a converted try. Wallabies captain Stephen Moore says he was proud of Australias performance Gonzalez Iglesiass penalty took Argentina to within seven points and they ought to have equalised when Creevy charged forward only to knock on in sight of the posts. Gonzalez Iglesias then sent a penalty attempt over after a clash between Wallaby replacement Nick Phipps and the Argentrina physio, before Foley added one of his own.Mumm, again making the most of an Argentina mistake, then picked off Landajos pass for a 77th minute try.You can watch Englands tour of Bangladesh, plus Premier League football and the Japan Grand Prix on Sky Sports. Upgrade now and enjoy three months at half price! 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