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MILWAUKEE -- Three of Tony Cingranis 15 starts have come against the Brewers, and he knows Milwaukee cant lay off his high fastball. He threw it repeatedly Thursday night and it translated to another impressive outing by the rookie left-hander. Joey Votto hit a tiebreaking homer in the sixth inning and Cingrani pitched solidly into the seventh, lifting the Cincinnati Reds to a 2-1 win over the Milwaukee Brewers on Thursday night. Cingrani struck out nine in 6 1-3 innings, with the Brewers going down swinging on all but one strikeout. "They swung at it the last two times I faced them, and they kept swinging at it, so I kept throwing it there," he said. The Reds have won five straight and 10 of 13. Cingrani (6-2) allowed only a second-inning home run to Khris Davis. In eight starts since rejoining the rotation on July 3, he is 3-2 with a 2.12 ERA. "The Pirates lost, so we picked up another game on them, it was really big," he said of the Reds pulling within 2 1/2 games of NL Central-leading Pittsburgh. Cingrani scattered four hits and one walk. "Hes confident, hes not intimidated by anybody," Reds manager Dusty Baker said. "This is how you want your players to be, especially rookies. He wanted to make this team out of spring training. Hes full of determination and desire, and a lot of confidence." In the teams last seven games, Reds starters are 4-1 with a 1.35 ERA. Aroldis Chapman worked the ninth for his 30th save in 34 chances. Vottos homer on a changeup was the only earned run allowed by Kyle Lohse (8-8) in seven innings. The right-hander also allowed an unearned run on five hits and four walks with four strikeouts in seven innings. "It wasnt a very good one," Lohse said of the changeup to Votto. "I didnt quite get the grip and I just tried to throw it down and away. It didnt have any life on it." Brewers All-Star centre fielder Carlos Gomez sprained his right knee while making a leaping catch at the centre field wall in the fourth inning. Gomez robbed Brandon Phillips of a likely extra-base hit, and crashed awkwardly to the ground with his right knee bent under his body and his right hip hitting the base of the wall in the fourth inning. The team said Gomez would undergo an MRI on the knee Friday. Gomez said doctors told him an initial exam didnt show a serious injury, but there was pain in his knee when he tried to run. "When I start walking around, it starts to feel better but when I try to run, my knee doesnt let me," Gomez said. Milwaukee took a 1-0 lead when Davis hit a 3-2 pitch from Cingrani three rows from the top of the left field bleachers in the second. It was Davis fifth homer in his first 49 at-bats this year. The Reds tied the score 1-all in the fifth with an unearned run. Devin Mesoraco hit a bouncer up the middle, and Jeff Bianchis throw pulled first baseman Juan Francisco into the runners path and they collided at the bag. Mesoraco landed on top of Francisco as the ball scooted away. "He was a good cushion," Mesoraco said. He playfully patted Francisco twice on the side before first base coach Billy Hatcher emphatically told him to sprint to second, reaching on Bianchis throwing error. "He was right in the baseline and I had nowhere to go," Mesoraco said of Francisco. "I thought he caught it, and Hatch said, Go ahead! Go ahead! so I got up and went to second as quick as I could." Zack Cozart hit the next pitch from Lohse to centre for a single. Logan Schafers one-hop throw beat Mesoraco to the plate by several steps, but catcher Jonathan Lucroy couldnt handle the bounce and he scored to tie the game. Votto then led off the sixth with his 18th homer of the year to give the Reds the lead for good. 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The Blue Streaks (9-1, 9-0 OAC) also snagged an automatic bid into the 32-team D-III playoffs.?This is something that you dream about, John Carroll coach Tom Arth told reporters, according to cleveland.com. This is a win for John Carroll University and everyone that supports us.Mount Union, meanwhile, saw an amazing run of domination end.?The Purple Raiders were 222-1 in their last 223 games dating back to 1994. They won 110 games from 1994 to 2005, and after an Oct. 22, 2005, loss to Ohio Northern, they rattled off 112 straight wins entering Saturday.?The top-ranked team in D-III, Mount Union (9-1, 8-1) also had won 98 games in a row at home before Saturdays defeat. And this marks the first time in 24 years that it hasnt won the OAC title.?HHow did No.dddddddddddd 16 John Carroll do it??In a back-and-forth contest, the Blue Streaks went ahead for good when QB Anthony Moeglin hit William Woods with a 24-yard touchdown pass with 39 seconds to play. Minutes earlier, Mount Union had taken a 28-25 lead when QB Dom Davis hit Braeden Friss with a 37-yard scoring pass, but that advantage proved short-lived.?Moeglin finished the day with 239 yards passing and three TDs.?Its safe to say that hes become a legend on the John Carroll campus, John Carroll wide receiver William Woods said of Moeglin. He helped snap a 20-plus [losing] streak against Mount Union. Anthonys a legend for sure.John Carroll was effective defensively, sacking Davis, a freshman, seven times. It also held running back Bradley Mitchell, who entered Saturday fourth all time at Mount Union with 53 TDs, to just 53 yards on 18 carries.?Mount Union has won two of the last four D-III championships. Despite Saturdays loss, it is likely to receive an at-large bid into the playoffs.? ' ' '

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