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CLEVELAND ? (AP) ? The Cincinnati Reds acquired outfielder Todd Hollandsworth from the Cleveland Indians on Wednesday for a player to be named.


Hollandsworth hit .237 (37-for-156) with six home runs and 27 RBIs in 56 games for the Indians.


The trade is the latest move by the Reds, who beat St. Louis on Tuesday night to pull within 3 1/2 games of the Cardinals in the NL Central.


The Reds made several deals before the July 31 non-waiver trade deadline to bolster their bullpen, acquiring Kyle Lohse, Rheal Cormier, Eddie Guardado, Gary Majewski and Bill Bray.


The underachieving Indians, meanwhile, have traded closer Bob Wickman, first basemen Ben Broussard and Eduardo Perez and second baseman Ronnie Belliard.


The Indians recalled outfielder Franklin Gutierrez to take Hollandsworth's roster spot. He hit .258 with four RBIs in 20 games with the Indians in June and July.



Wow the Reds keep stockpiling players

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my ass there not going anywhere and dont forget we play them at home in the second to last series of the year




It's nearly Mid-August and we are still leading the WC. I think we can put all of the are the Reds for real discussions away. We are the benefit of being in a bad league, but so is everyone else in the WC race.

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