Worth noting

• Entering Tuesday, the Reds boasted both the best fielding percentage (.987) and the fewest errors (53) in the NL. The club did not commit any errors in Monday night's loss, but Price was nevertheless frustrated with the overall performance and lack of focus on defense.

"It was an anomaly," Price said. "I don't anticipating this being a trend. But let's at least call it what it was -- it was a poorly played game that I didn't think we were terribly invested in. I have accountability in that, as well. [The Indians] kind of ran wild on the bases, and that's part of my responsibility to control the running game with our pitchers and catchers."

Alec Shirkey is an associate reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.