Urena (3-8) earned the win Sunday against Cincinnati after tossing 2.2 scoreless innings, allowing five hits and striking out one.

Urena registered his third win of the season and while he piggybacked Casey Mize's start effectively, this wasn't a quiet outing as the boxscore suggested -- he routinely allowed baserunners and was far from dominant. Either way, this was a step in the right direction for Urena, who has been pitching poorly during most of the year. He has tossed three scoreless outings over his last four appearances, but he still owns a below-average 5.95 ERA across 87.2 innings through 20 appearances (18 starts).

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