Over the past week, though it's been overshadowed by an inability to get runners in from third base, the Reds' offense has actually been doing rather well.
In the past seven days, the Reds have a .791 OPS tied for fourth in the National League. This consists of an impressive .309 BA (2nd in the league during that period), solid .354 OBP and despite just two home runs, a good .436 slugging (4th in that timeframe).
Now here's the only bad news:
In that same amount of time, of the Reds' 84 baserunners acquired via hit or walk, only 29.8% of those runners have scored - which is only 12th in the league in success rate.
So now the Reds are getting guys on base again, it's just a matter of converting those opportunities to runs.