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Chapman gave up a hit, but struck out one and tossed a scoreless ninth inning Wednesday for his fourth save of the season.
Broxton struck out one in a scoreless eighth inning Wednesday for his second hold of the season.
Latos struck out four and walked one while giving up four hits over seven shutout innings in a win over the Cubs on Wednesday afternoon.
Rogers, 23, has a 1.82 ERA and 19:7 K:BB ratio through 24.2 innings for Double-A Pensacola.
Heisey went 1-for-4 with a solo home run against the Cubs on Tuesday.
Parra took the loss Tuesday night after giving up two runs (one earned) on four hits and a walk with three strikeouts against the Cubs.
Cingrani followed up his strong debut with an even better outing as he gave up just two runs on five hits with no walks and nine strikeouts over seven innings against the Cubs on Tuesday.
Marshall (shoulder) threw a perfect inning in his rehab game with Triple-A Louisville on Monday, striking out two. He'll pitch again for Louisville on Wednesday, the Cincinnati Enquirer
Broxton (hand) told the Cincinnati Enquirer
that he is available to pitch Tuesday. "It was numb for about two or three minutes," he said. "I wanted to stay in the game. Dusty (Baker) wouldn't let me. We wanted me to get x-rays, which is smart thing."
Guillon had a very rough start Monday for Low-A Dayton against Lansing as he had no command and walked six batters while allowing six earned runs in just an inning and a third. He allowed two hits and one was a home run.
Winker went 3-for-3 with a walk and a double for Low-A Dayton on Monday as he moved his slash line up to .276/.382/.431 on the young season.
Izturis came off the bench Monday to single home the game-winning run in the bottom of the 13th inning.
Bruce had a big night at the plate Monday, homering in the seventh before driving home two with a double in the 13th to set the stage for Cesar Izturis' walk-off single.