Reds, Cardinals scuffle as Castellanos flexes, sends Cincinnati to 9-6 victory

CINCINNATI – It took two games, one bruise, and one dramatic flex for friction to ignite between the Cardinals and Reds in a skirmish that recalled a rivalry from a decade ago. In the fourth inning of a game the Reds won 9-6, the dugouts and bullpens both cleared for a fracas around home plate that led to one ejection and could mean more suspensions as Major League Baseball considers contact players made, shoves they administered and COVID-19 protocols they shattered. The Cardinals narrowed the score in the top of the ninth inning when third baseman Nolan Arenado hit his first home run with hi…

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