Fun fact: the Reds are currently 43-29 since the 2016 All-Star break.
Not saying that they're going to compete this year, but they're stocked with young (if unproven) arms, and it looks like Price has changed his bullpen strategy around to best handle their current situation. Iglesias and Lorenzen will be starters one day, but by transitioning them to the 'pen, the Reds have shored themselves up a bit -- and provided themselves a bit of insurance should their starters have a bad day (like on Monday, when Price pulled his erratic starter with no outs in the 3rd, and the bullpen retired 21 straight batters).
Granted, this has left the Redlegs short-handed on the bench, but guys like Scooter Gennett have been playing well enough that it's not hurting us. Eventually, the pitchers and bench bats will come down to Earth a bit, and so will their record. But the point is that this is a YOUNG team (with a large majority of the players under control for the next few years), and a good showing this year (like last year's OSU team) portends very good things for the future.
So enjoy it -- even if the hot streak doesn't last. It's still fun to watch a young team come into its own.