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Los Angeles Dodgers' Trea Turner, left, and Freddie Freeman congratulate each other after they scored on a double by Max Muncy during the fourth inning of a baseball game against the Cincinnati Reds Sunday, April 17, 2022, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)

Freddie Freeman and Andrew Heaney knew about the elevated requirements they would be supposed to arrive at when they joined the force to be reckoned with Los Angeles Dodgers in the offseason.

Freeman has fit right in with his typical greatness, while Heaney looks over and above anyone’s expectations up to this point.

Freeman had four hits and three RBIs, Heaney struck out 11 north of six innings of one-hit ball in a scoreless home presentation, and Los Angeles finished a four-game scope of the Cincinnati Reds with a 9-1 triumph Sunday.

Max Muncy, Will Smith and Chris Taylor had RBI copies during a seven-run fourth on one more predominant day for Los Angeles, which has won six straight.

“Hitting is infectious, and when you have a lot of extraordinary players, that appears to take care of it,” Freeman said after his nineteenth profession game with somewhere around four hits. “That simply shows what this setup can do. Each person is basically a distinct advantage in this arrangement.”

The previous Atlanta star got ready for the Overcomes’ appearance in Chavez Gorge on Monday with a couple of run-scoring singles for the Dodgers, who hadn’t cleared the Reds in a four-game home series since April 14-17, 1975 – precisely 47 a long time back.

Tyler Naquin had a RBI single in the eighth for the Reds, who have lost six in succession to begin the season at a NL-most awful 2-8.

Heaney (1-0) to a great extent overwhelmed Cincinnati with just his fastball and a newly discovered slider, posting his fifteenth vocation start with somewhere around 10 strikeouts. He strolled three and permitted just a third-inning twofold by Kyle Rancher in his first appearance at Dodger Arena since climbing the I-5 from Anaheim, where he burned through 6 1/2 seasons with the Holy messengers.

Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Andrew Heaney throws to the plate during the first inning of a baseball game against the Cincinnati Reds Sunday, April 17, 2022, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)

“It was very great to see him expand on that last trip,” Dodgers director Dave Roberts said. “Today it was truly enjoyable to watch. He was in finished order.”

In the wake of pitching scoreless ball into the fifth at Minnesota in his Dodgers debut last Tuesday, Heaney resigned the initial seven Reds he confronted. After Rancher’s hit, Heaney put down 10 of his last 12 players while again depending on his breaking pitches more much of the time than at any past point in his significant association vocation.

“I had a decent vibe for the fastball and the slider, and that is the thing we went with generally,” Heaney said. “I think (my) certainty has developed with that breaking ball. You would rather not lose track of what’s most important, yet I’m getting more certain with that, and it’s a positive sentiment.”

Los Angeles Dodgers' Will Smith, left, runs to first after hitting a two RBI double as Cincinnati Reds starting pitcher Tyler Mahle watches during the fourth inning of a baseball game Sunday, April 17, 2022, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)

Trea Turner went 0 for 4 with a walk and a run, finishing his vocation best hitting streak at 27 games dating to the year before. The 2021 MLB batting champion, who hit a 105 mph lineout to shortstop in the eighth, neglected to get a hit for just the seventh time in 61 games since joining the Dodgers last season.

Tyler Mahle (1-1) struck out five preceding tracking down large difficulty in the fourth, at last yielding seven sudden spikes in demand for seven hits by the Dodgers’ tireless arrangement.

The Orange District local shut down the Dodgers right on time before five straight players arrived at base to open the fourth. Muncy drove home Freeman and Turner before Smith and Taylor added RBI duplicates.

Freeman pursued Mahle with a RBI single, his second hit of the inning.

Los Angeles Dodgers left fielder Chris Taylor, left, collides with shortstop Trea Turner after catching a fly ball hit by Cincinnati Reds' Jake Fraley during the third inning of a baseball game Sunday, April 17, 2022, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)

TRAINER’S ROOM

Reds: RHP Daniel Duarte went on the 10-day harmed list with expanding in his right elbow. He hasn’t pitched since surrendering two races to Cleveland last Tuesday. … 2B Jonathan India missed his third consecutive game with a hamstring injury, however Cincinnati actually hadn’t concluded whether he wants an IL spell. “He will seek treatment today,” administrator David Ringer said. “It’s been sore, yet all at once not really awful. As yet expecting to stay away from the IL.”

Dodgers: In the club’s first program moves of the time, RHP Phil Bickford was reviewed from Triple-An Oklahoma City. Bickford had arm irritation prior to spring preparing and wasn’t prepared to begin the season in the majors. LA optioned LHP Garrett Cleavinger, who showed up.

Los Angeles Dodgers' Freddie Freeman, second from left, hits a single as Cincinnati Reds starting pitcher Tyler Mahle, left, watches long with catcher Tyler Stephenson, right, and home plate umpire Jim Reynolds during the fourth inning of a baseball game Sunday, April 17, 2022, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)Cincinnati Reds starting pitcher Tyler Mahle throws to the plate during the first inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Dodgers Sunday, April 17, 2022, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)

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