The top of the World order again proved potent, scoring a run off U.S. righthander Joba Chamberlain. Chamberlain touched 100 mph with one of his fastballs, at least according to the stadium radar gun, which is a tick or two faster than the ESPN gun. Otherwise he was in the 95-97 range. Michael Saunders started the inning off with a walk, stole second, then scored on Chin-Lung Hu’s single (Hu’s second RBI of the game). Hu was caught stealing on the 100 mph pitch that also struck out Wladimir Balentien. Joey Votto then lined out to first.