"I would have liked to have more first-pitch strikes," Bailey said. "A couple of them missed by a little bit. Overall, it was pretty good. [Cain's] hit was a slider up a little bit. It was still a good pitch. Probably at 1-1, you want to make a little better pitch than that."
Ryan LaMarre's two-out, RBI double off of the right-field wall in the eighth scored Kris Negron, and ended the Reds' scoreless innings streak at 19.
The Royals took a 1-0 lead with two outs in the third when Alex Gordon hit a home run to right-center field against lefty Tony Cingrani. The homer was Gordon's first hit for extra bases this spring.
The Royals' second run came in the fourth inning against Reds reliever Logan Ondrusek when Mike Moustakas hit a one-out double and scored on Max Ramirez's RBI single. The bases were left loaded in the fourth when Jay Bruce made a nice sliding catch in the right-field corner to end the inning.
Moustakas added a two-out, RBI double to right field in the fifth against Jose Arredondo that made it a 3-0 game.
Four more runs crossed in the sixth on three straight RBI singles from Christian Colon, Xavier Nady and Brandon Wood. Nady's scored two runs.
Colon, ranked the 10th best Royals prospect, added another RBI single in the eighth to make it 8-0.
Wade Davis gave Kansas City three scoreless innings in his second start, allowing two hits and striking out three. Davis gave up a two-out double to right by Joey Votto in the first and a leadoff double to Devin Mesoraco in the third.
Up next for Reds: Ace Johnny Cueto will get the ball for the second time when the Reds return to the road to face the D-backs at Salt River Fields in Scottsdale on Monday at 3:10 p.m. ET. The game can be heard live on an exclusive webcast on MLB.com. Reds starting pitchers have yet to give up a home run in 19 2/3 innings this spring. Following Cueto is scheduled to be Sean Marshall, Manny Parra, Jonathan Broxton and Clay Hensley.
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