CINCINNATI —Their longest losing streak in six years was ended with an 11-game winning streak. They were able to jump to a first-inning advantage and defeat the As a former draft pick in the first round, 4-1 Sunday He won his first major league victory.
Two runs were scored by the Reds, who were 0-4 at home this season and had not won any games since April 10, when they beat Atlanta to become World Series champions. The skid saw Cincinnati outscored by 68-20.
Reds finished the season at 13-13, the worst record in major leagues.
The second pitch was doubled (2-2), who walked And With one out. Moran made a sacrifice flight and The RBI single followed.
For a 3-0 lead, Naquin scored on Naquin’s RBI grounder.
Lodolo, a 24-year old left-hander who was drafted seventh in the 2019 amateur draft, made his first big league appearance. He allowed three hits, struck out sevenAnd walked none in 5⅓ shutout innings beforeand Hit consecutive doubles in sixth. Lodolo retired Fly out and Got Pop out.
Lodolo has 15 strikeouts in a combined 10⅔ innings over his last two starts.
Santillan andcombined for 2⅓ innings shutout innings, and For his first save of the season, he pitched a perfect ninth.
Arenado went 0-for-4 to end his hit streak at Great American Ball Park of 18 games. This stadium record is the longest such streak.
Reds managed to avoid their longest losing streak in 2015 after dropping 13 consecutive games.
Pham had two runs and two hits to end a 0-for-10 slide.
Wainwright (2-2) allowed four runs, eight hit and three walks over five-plus innings. The Cardinals ended the trip with a score of 6-4. Moran scored an RBI single in the sixth to chase Wainwright.