By the time Ferrell entered the game in the top of the seventh for the D-backs, the Reds were already up 9-1.
Reds starter Mike Leake looked ready for the regular season to begin as he allowed just two hits in three scoreless innings.
"I felt good, good pitches, bad pitches, I was able to throw strikes when I needed to," Leake said after his second start of the spring. "I got behind a few at-bats. I was able to come back and get quicker outs."
Meanwhile, Allen Webster, who is trying to win a spot in the Arizona rotation, struggled. The right-hander allowed three runs in the first and another in the third before being taken out with one out in the frame.
Brayan Pena and Todd Frazier each collected three RBIs apiece for the Reds.
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