By Robert Bondy
Reds second baseman Brandon Phillips set a Major League record that had never been touched since 1920 on Thursday night — and he didn’t need the entire nine innings to do it.
Phillips went 4-for-5 to help lead the Reds to a 15-5 victory over the Pirates at Great American Ball Park on Thursday. With the incredible night, Phillips became the first player since MLB began keeping track of RBIs in 1920 to record two home runs, two stolen bases, four hits and seven RBIs in a single game, according to Elias Sports Bureau.
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