CINCINNATI -- Three and out and swept, the Reds did not get a win against the Phillies in the National League Division Series.It does not mean they came up entirely empty, since they can file away the experience to use when there is a next time. Once that arrives, they will have to clean up some areas and continue to emphasize others. Here is what they learned: Extra outs are killers: A team that had air-tight defense throughout the regular season and a NL-low 72 errors, the Reds killed themselves with seven errors in the NLDS. Surprisingly, a majority of the errors came from Gold Glove winners in Scott Rolen and Brandon Phillips, with two apiece. Both made critical errors in the seventh inning of Game 2 that led to two Phillies runs and a comeback after Cincinnati had a 4-0 lead.