First Yadier Molina's arm was bested by Billy Hamilton and now Yasiel Puig's right arm has proven no match for the Reds' rookie.

Hamilton against inserted as a pinch-runner scored from second on Todd Frazier's single to right in the 10th inning on Saturday giving the Reds a 4-3 victory over the Dodgers in front of a sellout crowd of 40799 at Great American Ball Park.

"Both (Puig and Molina) are really good both have strong arms" Hamilton said after Saturday's game "but you know it's not going to stop me."

It hasn't yet.

Hamilton became the first player since 1921 to steal a base in each of his first four games when he stole second after being inserted into the game as a pinch-runner for Ryan Ludwick after his leadoff walk in the 10th. And for the second time in his career Hamilton scored the game-winning run both on hits by Frazier.

"I know he could probably score from an infield single but at the same time I was just trying to get him over (to third)" Frazier said. "We know he's fast. The catcher he was saying 'I this guy's fast at first.' Little things like that you put pressure on people and it gets you thinking a little bit."

Frazier faced former Giants closer Brian Wilson late in the game for the second straight game. On Friday Frazier struck out leaving two runners on in the eighth inning. Saturday he delivered.

"He threw me all sliders last at-bat I faced him and same thing today" Frazier said. "I just tried to stay inside and get him over. Luckily I found a hole."

Hamilton stole second on Wilson's second pitch to Frazier as Dodgers' catcher A.J. Ellis couldn't even manage a throw dropping the ball as he tried to transfer it from his glove to throwing hand.

After a failed bunt attempt Frazier hit a grounder between first and second and to a charging Puig. Puig's throw was up the line and Hamilton slide around Ellis for the winning run.