CLEVELAND, Ohio – Tyler Naquin homered in the fifth inning and scored on Kyle Farmer’s go-ahead single in the eighth, leading the Cincinnati Reds to a 4-2 win over the Cleveland Guardians. It was Cincinnati’s first series sweep of its Ohio neighbors since 2014. The Reds won both games in this rain-delayed interleague set, and are showing some positive signs after starting the season 3-21. They’re 8-5 since May 5. Manager Terry Francona was back with Guardians after missing four games with COVID-19. Guardians star third baseman Jose Ramirez will undergo X-rays and other imaging tests on his right shin after being injured during an at-bat in a 4-2 loss to the Cincinnati Reds. Ramirez collapsed in pain after fouling a ball off his shin in the eighth inning. After going going down, he rolled onto his back in the dirt near home plate and needed several minutes to recover. He hobbled back into the batter’s box and promptly hit an RBI single. Manager Terry Francona said the ball hit off Ramirez’s leg just above a protective pad.