The Reds fall to 2-8 on the spring. They’ve scored a total of 10 runs in their last four games.

“We’re not quite there,” Reds manager Dusty Baker said. “We’re not keeping (the pitchers) in the zone. We’re swinging at a lot of breaking balls in the dirt. When we do get the fastball, we foul it off."

The arms: Bronson Arroyo made his spring debut. He went two innings and allowed two runs on five hits. He walked none and struck out two. Armando Galarraga followed Arroyo and allowed a run on two hits over three innings. Galarraga took a line drive off the thigh but stayed in the game.