Right fielder Yasiel Puig didn’t move as Naquin launched an 0-1 Tyler Mahle splitter deep into the right field seats with two outs in the fourth inning for a 1-0 Cleveland lead.
Jose Ramirez contributed a sacrifice fly in the fifth before Bauers followed on the next pitch with his two-run shot off the batter’s eye in center field.
Mahle (2-9) needed 84 pitches to get two batters into the fifth inning. He allowed six hits and three runs with three walks and seven strikeouts.
Allen’s two-run blast and Kipnis’ homer both came in Cleveland’s six-run eighth against right-hander Jimmy Herget, who was making his major league debut. Allen was the first batter faced by Herget.
Reds outfielder Nick Senzel left the game after one inning with a right ankle sprain after trying to make a leaping catch at the wall in the top of the first. Senzel opened the season on Triple-A Louisville’s injured list with a right ankle sprain that occurred in spring training. … LHP Alex Wood threw 31 pitches in 1-1/3 innings on Saturday for Triple-A Louisville at Columbus in his first rehabilitation start as he continues trying to come back from lower back problems that have kept him sidelined for the entire season.