ST. LOUIS (AP) -Anthony Reyes lost his 11th straight decision, failing to make it out of the fifth inning of Philadelphia's 6-0 victory over St. Louis on Friday night.
Jamie Moyer (7-5) threw six scoreless innings and Chase Utley had three hits and an RBI for the Phillies, who had allowed 33 runs while losing three of their previous four games. Moyer's one-out single in the third inning was the first of six consecutive hits in a five-run outburst that broke up a scoreless game.
Reyes (0-9) is 0-11 since last September, not including a dominating performance against Detroit in the World Series opener that helped propel St. Louis to its first title in 24 seasons. He allowed five runs and nine hits in 4 1-3 innings Friday, hiking his ERA 30 points to 6.64.
Shane Victorino and Utley had RBI singles and Ryan Howard hit an RBI double in the third before Greg Dobbs' sacrifice fly ended the string of hits.
Moyer scattered seven hits and two walks while striking out six.
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