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Cards hit 4 HRs to back Hudson’s 1-hit outing

ST. LOUIS — Just one day after being held to two hits against the Reds, the Cardinals’ offense broke out with four home runs — including three in one inning — in Saturday night’s 7-1 win at Busch Stadium.
As Dakota Hudson took a no-hitter into the sixth inning despite

ST. LOUIS — Just one day after being held to two hits against the Reds, the Cardinals’ offense broke out with four home runs — including three in one inning — in Saturday night’s 7-1 win at Busch Stadium.

As Dakota Hudson took a no-hitter into the sixth inning despite four walks and a run allowed, Brad Miller hit a leadoff home run in the fourth, which went a Statcast-projected 446 feet to nearly the top of Freese’s Lawn, to tie the game at 1. The Cardinals took the lead on two walks, a single and a Matt Wieters RBI groundout later in the inning.

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Then, the home run bash came, and St. Louis never relinquished that lead.

Matt Carpenter hit his third home run of the season to lead off the sixth inning. Later in the frame, Harrison Bader broke the game open with a three-run homer that made it 6-1, while Paul Goldschmidt capped the five-run frame with a solo home run.

Anne Rogers covers the Cardinals for MLB.com. Follow her on Twitter @anne__rogers and on Facebook.

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Original article first appeared on MLB News by Anne Rogers on 2020 09 12
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