yan Freel had four hits in Cincinnati. He singled to start a seventh inning rally that gave the Reds an eleven to five victory and a two-game split with the Milwaukee Brewers.
Left-hander Mike Stanton pitched two hitless innings to get the win.
The one big inning helped the Reds overcome a sloppy start by right-hander Matt Belisle.
Milwaukee's Brian Shouse (one-and-one) was tagged with the loss.
Javier Valentin completed the five-run Reds rally in the seventh with a bases-loaded single off Greg Aquino, who couldn't preserve a one-run lead.
Freel moved to third base so Josh Hamilton could get into the starting lineup in center field.
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