CINCINNATI, Sept. 13 (UPI) -- Wily Mo Pena doubled to lead off the eighth inning and scored the decisive run Monday as the Cincinnati Reds edged the Philadelphia Phillies, 4-3.
Cincinnati snapped Philadelphia's six-game winning streak and dropped the Phillies five games behind San Francisco for the NL wild card lead.
Pena led off the eighth with a double off Philadelphia reliever Felix Rodriguez (5-8). He was sacrificed to third base by pinch-hitter Darren Bragg, and scored when Jason LaRue grounded into a fielder's choice.
That made a winner out of Cincinnati reliever Joe Valentine (2-3), who pitched to one batter in the top of the inning. Danny Graves tossed a perfect ninth for his 39th save of the season.
Philadelphia tied the game in the sixth when Pat Burrell lined a two-run homer off Reds starter Paul Wilson.
Wilson, working seven innings, allowed three runs on six hits. Phillies rookie Gavin Floyd pitched six innings.