Baker wants to get Marshall back out there

Baker wants to get Marshall back out there

CINCINNATI -- Reds closer Sean Marshall wasn't coming off a blown save entering Friday's series opener with Washington, but his last outing was one where he didn't complete the task.

In the Reds' 2-1 win over the Brewers on Wednesday, Marshall threw 35 pitches in the ninth but notched only two outs while giving up a Ryan Braun homer among his three hits allowed. Logan Ondrusek had to finish the game and record his first big league save.

"I want to get him out there, but not as eager as I was the last time [after an April 26 blown save]," Reds manager Dusty Baker said. "The hard thing about being at the back end of the game, you're only remembered by what you did your last game."