Cincinnati. Nolan Gorman He broke a tie with an eighth-inning double and scored on a wild pitch to help the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Cincinnati Reds 2-1 on Thursday for their 13th win in 18 games.

Myles Mikolas (3-1) won his third straight start with five hits in seven shutout innings, matching his season best. He also struck out five and walked none.

Mexican Giovanni Gallegos allowed one RBI with two strikeouts vs Stewart Fairchild in the ninth, but ended up striking out Luke Mayle for his fifth save in six chances.

St. Louis (23-29), rebounding from a 10-24 start, rested stars Paul Goldschmidt, Nolan Arenado and Willson Contreras, but still managed to snap a four-game winning streak.

Cincinnati (21-29), in last place in the NL Central, has lost seven of 10.

For the Cardinals, the Colombians Oscar market from 4-0. Venezuelan Juan Yepes from 3-1.