Hudson, homers help Cardinals cruise to 7-1 win against Reds

ST. LOUIS — The Cardinals’ game with the Cincinnati Reds Saturday night at Busch Stadium was trending downward when starter Dakota Hudson walked the bases loaded with nobody out in the third inning in a scoreless game. But sinkerball specialist Hudson then induced two ground balls, the second for an inning-ending double play, as he limited the Reds’ damage to one run.Brad Miller belted a 446-foot homer to spark a two-run Cardinals’ fourth and then the home runs came flying in the sixth. Matt Carpenter and Paul Goldschmidt hit solo shots and Harrison Bader ripped a 410-foot, opposite-field, thr…

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