Crazy night: Reds fall below .500

It was a crazy night for baseball.

After losing to Astros 10-4 last night the Reds fell below .500 (14-15) for the first time since May 7 last season. The Reds were 14-15 after 29 games last year but then won nine of their next 10 games.

The Reds are now 8-9 at home after starting 5-0.

J.A. Happ (2-4) was the winning pitcher, Mike Leake (3-1) took the loss.

Happ was a career .052 hitter entering this season (4-for-77) but in he was 1-for-3 last with an RBI and in six starts this he’s gone 5-for-10 with three RBI. Houston’s pitchers lead the majors with a .291 average. The Astros as a team are hitting .270, third best in the NL.