CINCINNATI (AP) - Nick Senzel hit a sacrifice fly in the 10th inning and the Cincinnati Reds snapped a four-game losing streak Monday night, cooling off the St. Louis Cardinals with a 6-5 victory.
Spencer Steer launched an early two-run homer and scored the winning run for the Reds. Ian Gibaut (4-1) struck out two in a hitless 10th to keep it tied.
Paul DeJong homered and drove in four runs for the Cardinals, who had won 11 of 14 since a 10-24 start.
St. Louis had the bases loaded in the ninth and two runners aboard in the 10th, but failed to score.
Steer began the bottom of the 10th as the automatic runner at second base. He advanced to third on a wild pitch by Ryan Helsley (2-3) and scored on Senzel's deep fly to right field.