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Reds fall 1-0 despite allowing just 1 hit
SAN DIEGO (AP) -- Everth Cabrera's sacrifice fly in the fifth inning scored the game's only run, and the San Diego Padres topped the Cincinnati Reds 1-0 on Monday night despite managing just one hit.
Tommy Medica's single in the second was the only hit for the Padres, who got solid pitching behind rookie Jesse Hahn (4-1) and four relievers to end
Cincinnati's season-high five-game winning streak.
Huston Street pitched the ninth for his 22nd save in as many chances for the Padres, who won for the second time this season after getting just one hit.
They defeated Pittsburgh 3-2 on June 4, with Cabrera's bunt single being the lone hit.
Mat Latos (1-1) allowed one run, a hit and a walk over seven innings in absorbing the tough-luck loss against his former team. He struck out four.
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