I'm not sure what this proves one way or the other, other than in games the Cards and Brewers have had trouble scoring, the pitching matched the lack of run production a few more times than the Reds. But even that is arbitrary, as in it isn't like the Brewers and Cards have more skill in games where they score 3 runs or fewer than the Reds.
I was disputing the notion that it "cuts both ways" and the the Reds have "won their fair share" in one run games where they score three or fewer runs vs. other teams in the central.
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