These are the stats from the baseball-reference.com site. This chart compares both the Reds' hitters and pitchers to the National League average:
The Reds' hitters are performing nearly identically to the league average rate. The pitchers, however, are giving up more runs with both 0 or 2 outs; while giving up substantially less runs with 1 out. It is interesting to note that nearly the same amount of runs were scored with one out as with two. But does it really matter when the runs are scored?
Runs Scored 0 OUTS 1 OUT 2 OUTS
NATIONAL Lg. 21.9% 39.7% 38.4%
REDS HIT 22.2% 39.2% 38.6%
REDS PITCH 28.0% 26.8% 45.2%