From the folks at Elias Sports Bureau:
After being held scoreless through six innings last night at Busch Stadium, the Phillies scored one run in the seventh and nine runs in the eighth in a 10-2 victory over the Cardinals. It is only the fourth time the Cardinals have allowed a double-digit run total in a game in which their opponent was shutout through six innings.
Two of the previous three instances came against the Phillies: August 3, 1918 (12 runs) and April 30, 1961 (11 runs). The other came against the Padres on May 7, 1987 (10 runs).