ST. LOUIS -- Adam Wainwright refused to relax against a makeshift San Francisco Giants squad. Pitching against the Giants missing stars Buster Posey and Pablo Sandoval, Wainwright struck out 10 in his 14th complete game and third this season, and the St. Louis Cardinals completed a day-night doubleheader sweep of the San Francisco Giants with a 7-1 win Saturday night. "You look at a lineup and you dont see some of their boppers in there," Wainwright said. "Those are key parts of their lineup. You can very easily go out there and take it for granted and give up a couple of runs because youre not ready to pitch. "My thought today was to just respect all those guys over there and make sure I was ready to pitch," he said. Rookie Shelby Miller was also ready. He pitched six-hit ball for seven innings and backup catcher Tony Cruz hit two doubles and drove in a pair of runs for St. Louis in an 8-0 win in the opener. Wainwright (8-3) allowed eight hits and one run without walking a batter to close out the first doubleheader between the Giants and Cardinals in St. Louis since July 16, 1978. Wainwright threw 106 pitches and 73 strikes. "I didnt feel like I had the best jump on my heater Ive ever had," Wainwright said. "But I was locating it and my other stuff felt great. You can go a tick or two down in velocity and locate and still get the job done." Carlos Beltran and Ty Wigginton each had two hits and drove in two runs for the Cardinals. Jon Jay, Daniel Descalso and Shayne Robinson had the other RBIs. Dt. Louis manager Mike Matheny was happy to see his reserves contribute. "All the way around, the guys made good plays," Matheny said. "Whenever you see your bench guys, you know theyre doing the right work. So, very impressive." The Giants had little to celebrate, as they managed just one run in 18 innings. "It was a tough day, no getting around it," said Giants manager Bruce Bochy. "We scored one run. They played great. We didnt pitch great. We didnt hit the ball great. Thats a good team over there." Wainwright also helped with his bat when the Cardinals broke through against San Franciscos Madison Bumgarner (4-4) with three runs in the third. Pete Kozma started the inning with a walk, and he advanced to third when Wainwright followed with a double to left-centre. Kozma scored on a fielders choice to first by Jay, and one out later, Beltran drove Wainwright and Jay home with a single to centre. Bumgarner lasted six innings and allowed five runs on six hits with one walk and six strikeouts. In the opener, Miller (6-3) scattered six hits, stranding seven runners. His ERA dropped to 1.82. Miller struck out seven with one walk. Matt Cain (4-3) allowed seven runs in six innings, falling to 0-3 at Busch Stadium with an 8.87 ERA in four starts. Cain struggled in the third, when he threw 40 pitches. In the other five innings he pitched, Cain set the Cardinals down in order. He threw 101 pitches, striking out nine with no walks. The Cardinals had seven runs on nine hits -- seven singles and two doubles -- in the third when St. Louis sent 12 men to the plate. Cruz, starting at catcher instead of Yadier Molina, smacked a two-run double. Descalso hit a double and a single while Kozma had two singles in the outburst. NOTES: This was the first time the Giants and Cardinals played a doubleheader since April 9, 1994, when the teams met at Candlestick Park and split. ... David Freese extended his hitting streak to 11 games with an infield single in third in the nightcap. ... San Francisco has lost its last seven road games and nine of its last 10. . . . Cardinals rookie Keith Butler, who was called up Thursday from Triple-A Memphis, pitched a scoreless ninth in the opener in his debut . He is the 10th rookie to debut for St. Louis this season. Chicago Bears Jerseys . 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But the leagues top scoring offense committed five turnovers and couldnt reach the end zone.We took it very, very personally, said Arkansas State defensive end Chris Odom, who forced the fumble that led to Humes touchdown. Top 25, they thought they were already No. 1 in the conference. They felt like they had already won the Sun Belt title.Well, they had to go through us tonight and we showed them how we play.Arkansas State has won 15 straight conference games. The first Sun Belt team to start 8-1, Troy scored first but wound up losing to the Red Wolves for the fourth straight year.They came in here as champions and theyre leaving as champions, Trojans coach Neal Brown said. We havent earned that yet.Humes had a big role in two straight touchdowns. Arkansas State turned a fake punt into a 7-3 halftime lead. Cam Echols-Luper took the punt snap and hit a wide open Humes, who raced down the left sideline to inside Troys 10.Three plays later, Justice Hansen hit a leaping Kendall Sanders in the back of the end zone for a 9-yard touchdown. The Red Wolves at one point had more punts (7) than complettions (6).ddddddddddddHumes recovered a fumble in the end zone on the first play of the second half after Odom knocked the ball loose from quarterback Brandon Silvers. It was one of many plays by the defense that Arkansas State coach Blake Anderson said came up as big as you possibly can.That was about as complete a game defensively as you can play from beginning to end, Anderson said. They came up aces. We all knew they were capable of it.Hansen started slow but completed a few balls downfield in the second half. He finished 13 of 24 for 149 yardsSilvers was 20 of 39 for 207 yards with two interceptions. The Sun Belts leading rusher, Jordan Chunn, was limited to 51 yards on 16 carries.THE TAKEAWAYArkansas State: Has won 18 of its last 21 Sun Belt road games. Gained 126 yards in the first half and 262 in the second. JaVon Rolland-Jones tied the Sun Belt career record with his 26th sack.Troy: The Trojans had only lost four fumbles all season, but twice coughed up the ball in Arkansas State territory before halftime and fared worse the third time. An offense that came in averaging 474 yards and 38.1 points was held to 262 yards.QB PRESSURE: Troy allowed two sacks after coming in having given up a nations best three in nine games.POLL IMPLICATIONSThe Trojans had only a few days to celebrate being in the Top 25 , but are still having their best season in years.UP NEXTArkansas State faces Louisiana-Lafayette in the second of three straight Sun Belt road games.Troy visits Sun Belt opponent Texas State trying to regroup. ' ' '