CINCINNATI (AP) -- Michael McKenry drove in the first earned run allowed by Aroldis Chapman with an RBI double in the 10th inning on Thursday night, rallying the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 5-4 victory over the Cincinnati Reds.
McKenry's sacrifice fly put Pittsburgh up 4-3 in the seventh, but closer Joel Hanrahan (3-0) blew a save for only the second time this season, giving up a leadoff homer to Ryan Ludwick in the ninth.
Chapman (4-1) hadn't allowed an earned run in a club-record 24 appearances covering 29 innings. Clint Barmes opened the 10th with a double and came around on McKenry's double to right field.
Chapman had allowed only seven hits all season heading into the game.
Chris Resop got his second major league save, allowing the Pirates to take two of three in the series against the NL Central leaders. Resop got Ludwick on a called third strike with two runners aboard, finishing off Pittsburgh's ninth win in 12 games.
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