LOS ANGELES -- Aaron Harang was rolling along against his former team, feeling good and pitching with the lead. So when Don Mattingly came out to the mound, Harang did his best to dissuade his manager from pulling him.

"I was trying everything to get to stay out there but when a manager gets a feeling there's not always times you can talk him out of it," he said after the Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the Cincinnati Reds 4-1 on Wednesday night to regain the NL West lead. "He had his mind made up."

Harang (6-5) allowed one run and three hits, struck out five and walked one in his second career start against the team he pitched for from 2003-10. The right-hander last faced the Reds and beat them on June 21, 2002, with Oakland. 

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LOS ANGELES -- Aaron Harang was rolling along against his former team, feeling good and pitching with the lead. So when Don Mattingly came out to the mound, Harang did his best to dissuade his manager from pulling him.

"I was trying everything to get to stay out there but when a manager gets a feeling there's not always times you can talk him out of it," he said after the Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the Cincinnati Reds 4-1 on Wednesday night to regain the NL West lead. "He had his mind made up."

Harang (6-5) allowed one run and three hits, struck out five and walked one in his second career start against the team he pitched for from 2003-10. The right-hander last faced the Reds and beat them on June 21, 2002, with Oakland. via ESPN.com

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