Homer Bailey got a little wild in the third inning, hitting and walking a batter before the pitcher's spot in the order came up. Vogelsong bunted the runners over, Angel Pagan hit a sac fly, and that's how the Giants are tied.
But while they have a run, here's something they don't have: a hit. And for the second game in a row, the Giants have gone the first four innings without one of those slightly crucial components of good base-balling.
Bronson Arroyo was actually perfect with two outs in the fifth inning of Game 2 before Brandon Belt hit a solid single to break it up. But that was just one of two hits in the game, which means the Giants have exactly two hits over the last 13 innings.
Ryan Vogelsong looks much better after his shaky first inning, retiring the Reds in order in the fourth inning. He's already up to 83 pitches, though, so the Giants are probably looking for six innings from him at this point.