Votto helps Reds beat Marlins 10-8 in 11

MIAMI — Joey Votto drove in the go-ahead run with a two-out single in the 11th inning, and the Cincinnati Reds beat the Florida Marlins in extra innings for the second night in a row, 10-8 on Tuesday.

Jonny Gomes and Ryan Hanigan hit three-run homers for the Reds. Brandon Phillips had four hits, including an RBI single in the 11th.

The Reds won despite blowing a 6-1 lead. They beat the Marlins 6-5 in 10 innings in the series opener Monday.

Hanigan singled to start the 11th against Dan Meyer (0-1). He advanced on a sacrifice and Drew Stubbs walked. After left fielder Chris Coghlan robbed Orlando Cabrera with a lunging catch on the warning track, Votto lined a 2-2 pitch just beyond the reach of a leaping Hanley Ramirez at shortstop.

Phillips followed with his single.

Florida's Jorge Cantu mishandled a grounder at third base for an error that led to three unearned runs in the fourth inning. The Reds scored when Hanigan hit his first homer of the year with two out.

The Marlins are last in the majors in fielding.

Micah Owings (2-0) struck out three in two scoreless innings. Francisco Cordero pitched a perfect 11th for his fourth save in four chances.

Florida's Cody Ross hit a three-run homer off Logan Ondrusek with two out in the eighth to tie it at 8.

Gomes, who entered batting .125, hit his second homer of the season in the second inning and added an RBI single in the eighth. Phillips, who began the night batting .185, went 4-for-6 with two RBI and scored twice. Votto had three of the Reds' 13 hits.

Florida trailed 8-5 when Ramirez led off the eighth with a single. Ronny Paulino walked with two out, and Ross followed with his first homer of the year.

Daniel Ray Herrera eventually came on for the Reds and struck out Cameron Maybin with the bases loaded to end the inning.

The Marlins' Nate Robertson gave up six runs, three earned, in five innings. He allowed two home runs, and the Reds' Jay Bruce lost a homer in the second inning on a replay review.

Reds starter Bronson Arroyo allowed five runs in six innings.

Announced attendance was 10,681, but the actual crowd was about 2,500. Even so, there were plenty of cheers when Cantu extended his consecutive hitting and RBI streak to eight games in the fifth inning.

Including the end of last season, Cantu has both a hit and an RBI in 12 consecutive games, the longest such streak in the NL since Mike Piazza had a 15-game streak in 2000.

Gomes' home run came after Phillips doubled and Scott Rolen walked. Bruce followed with a drive down the right-field line and was ruled a homer by first base umpire Larry Vanover, but a replay review determined the ball went foul.

■ Coghlan went 0-for-5 and is in a 1-for-23 slump.