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CINCINNATI, Ohio -- Mike Napoli had the perfect scenario. He didnt waste it. Napoli hit a two-run homer and drove in three runs to help the Boston Red Sox wrap up their first winning road trip of more than three games this season with a 5-4 win over the Cincinnati Reds on Wednesday. "It was nice to have a winning road trip," the Boston first baseman said. "Were playing better baseball. I thought there were a couple more games we couldve had." Napoli took advantage of a 2-0 fastball from Reds starter Mike Leake in a ballpark known for yielding home runs. "He got a fastball down and away, and hes a pretty good opposite-field hitter," Red Sox manager John Farrell said. "In this ballpark, thats a decisive combination." Right-hander Anthony Ranaudo became the first Boston rookie to start his career 2-0 since Justin Masterson won his first three in 2008 and the Red Sox finished their eight-game trip with five wins. Skip Schumaker and Cincinnati starting pitcher Mike Leake each hit their second home runs of the season, but the Reds still ended their seven-game home stand with a 3-4 record after opening by sweeping a two-game interleague series against in-state rival Cleveland. "It is certainly frustrating," Schumaker said. "Mike gives us a chance to win every time out. It would have been nice to give him a chance or take him off the hook." Burke Badenhop and Junichi Tazawa each pitched one perfect inning before Edward Mujica overcame back-to-back leadoff singles in the ninth for his third save. Schumaker and Leake each hit solo home runs in the bottom of the fourth to give the Reds a 3-2 lead. The Red Sox immediately responded with two outs in the fifth on Yoenis Cespedes RBI single and Napolis 361-foot, opposite-field homer to right, his 15th homer of the season and second of the trip. Ranaudo allowed eight hits and four runs with one walk and one strikeout in six innings. Leake (9-11) lasted five innings, his shortest outing in 11 starts since going five innings on June 15 at Milwaukee. He allowed eight hits and five runs with one walk and three strikeouts. Boston reached Leake for two runs with just one hit in the first. Leakes wild pitch set up Daniel Navas RBI single, and Nava later scored on Napolis slow grounder to third baseman Todd Frazier, whose throw home was too late to get the runner. FINALLY Boston CF Jackie Bradley Jr. snapped a 0-for-35 slump with a second-inning single. OPPOSITE DIRECTIONS Boston is 24-23 in one-run games. The Red Sox were tied with Miami for the most one-run decisions in the majors going into Wednesdays games. The Reds slipped to 17-28 after going 27-22 last season. DANGEROUS BAT Leakes home run was the fourth of his career and raised his career hit total to 65, more than any major league pitcher since his debut in 2010. UP NEXT Red Sox: RHP Allen Webster makes his first career start against Houston on Thursday as Boston opens its second 11-game home stand of the season. Reds: RHP Alfredo Simon takes a 0.00 ERA in 3 2-3 innings over three games at Coors Field into his first career start on Thursday in Colorado, where the Reds open a seven-game road trip. TRAINERS ROOM Red Sox: Cespedes left the game after six innings with a right hand contusion after Farrell said he got jammed in his last at bat. Reds: RF Jay Bruce was scratched from the Reds original starting lineup due to illness. ... 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When they got together again Saturday, it sure felt like old times. Penny rejoined the Marlins for the first time in 10 years and pitched five solid innings to get a notable win Saturday night, 4-3 over the slumping Cincinnati Reds. "Its been a long time," Penny said. "Im lucky to get another opportunity to pitch at this level." And now, more good times for the 36-year-old pitcher, who helped the Marlins win the World Series in 2003. Called up earlier Saturday, Penny (1-0) put the Marlins in position for their second straight win over Cincinnati, which is 8-14 since the All-Star break. Penny gave up Jay Bruces solo homer and an unearned run in five innings, fanning three while throwing 95 pitches. During breaks, he and manager Mike Redmond -- who was his catcher back in the day -- had some familiar-sounding chats about how he was doing. "During the course of the game, we had a couple of conversations like we had when I was back catching him," Redmond said. "We laughed. "He was the same guy out there, for sure. Just a little bigger in that jersey." Penny enjoyed Redmonds between-inning critiques. "He used to yell at me a lot more when he was a catcher," Penny said. "Hes nicer as the manager." Bryan Morris gave up two hits and a run in the eighth. Steve Cishek pitched the ninth for his 29th save in 32 chances. Christian Yelich had two hits, scored a run, and drove in two with a groundout and a sacrifice fly off reliever Sam LeCure (1-4). Giancarlo Stanton also had a sacrifice fly, and Donovan Solano doubled home the final run. Starter Alfredo Simon has epitomized the Reds struggles after the All-Star break. Since his first All-Star selection, he is 0-4 with a no-decision, going five innings or less four times. On Saturday, he allowed two runs and matched his season high with five walks in five innings. It was a big night for Penny, who was 48-42 with the Marlins from 20000-04.dddddddddddd His last start for them was July 28, 2004. He moved on to play for the Dodgers, Red Sox, Giants, Cardinals and Tigers. He hadnt played in the majors since 2012 when he signed a minor league deal with the Marlins in June. And now hes back to winning in the big leagues. Bruces homer in the first inning ended Miamis streak of 11 straight games without allowing one, the second-longest in franchise history. The Marlins went 12 games without allowing one last season. SO SLOOOOOOW Simon got Garrett Jones to take a called third strike in the third inning on a pitch that fluttered in at 64 mph. In his next at-bat, Simon threw a 57 mph pitch followed by a 95 mph fastball. Jones drew a walk. AND SOOOO FAST Cincinnatis Aroldis Chapman pitched the ninth. Eighteen of his 23 pitches came in at triple digits, with three of them hitting 103 mph. He extended his major league record for a reliever to 48 consecutive appearances with a strikeout. MARLINS MOVES Miami optioned left-hander Edgar Olmos to Triple-A New Orleans to open a roster spot for Penny. TRAINERS ROOM Marlins: One of Pennys pitches to Kristopher Negron was fouled in the dirt and hit plate umpire Paul Nauert on the upper left leg in the second inning. Nauert talked to a trainer for a few minutes before the game continued. Reds: Brayan Pena had a pinch-hit single that extended his hitting streak to a career-high 13 games. He left for a pinch-runner because his left hamstring has been tight. Manager Bryan Price plans to have Pena catch Sunday. The Reds called up catcher Tucker Barnhart as a precaution. UP NEXT Marlins: Miami will try to sweep a three-game series in Cincinnati for the first time since Great American Ball Park opened in 2003. Left-hander Brad Hand (2-3) makes his first career start against the Reds. The Marlins then return home for eight games against St. Louis, Arizona and Texas. Reds: Johnny Cueto tries to win his fourth straight start. 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