Freddy Galvis hits tiebreaking homer, Reds beat Padres 3-2

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Freddy Galvis hits tiebreaking homer, Reds beat Padres 3-2
Freddy Galvis hits tiebreaking homer, Reds beat Padres 3-2

Freddy Galvis hits tiebreaking homer, Reds beat Padres 3-2 Freddy Galvis has spent less than two weeks with the Cincinnati Reds. Manager David Bell is already a big fan. Bell's appreciation for Galvis grew Tuesday when the second baseman hit a tie-breaking two-run homer in the sixth inning, and Aristides Aquino added an RBI single as Cincinnati beat the San Diego Padres 3-2. "Freddie Galvis just likes to play," Bell said. "He shows you that in a number of ways. He is a guy that always wants the ball hit to him. He always wants to be the one at the plate in important situations." Galvis, claimed off waivers from Toronto on August 12, followed Josh VanMeter's second hit of the game with an opposite-field

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