Redbirds Fall To Baby Cakes 6-5 In Rain-Delayed Game

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(Courtesy: Memphis Redbirds) The division-champion Memphis Redbirds led 3-0 until a 1:47 rain delay in the top of the fourth inning, and after that the New Orleans Baby Cakes (Marlins) scored six unanswered runs and picked up a 6-5 win Sunday afternoon at AutoZone Park.

The Redbirds will have to wait at least another day to set the new franchise wins record, as the club is now 83-45 on the season and has won 37 of its last 51 games.

Dakota Hudson was cruising through 3.1 shutout innings until the rain came, and he was relieved by Arturo Reyes who allowed four runs in 1.2 innings and took the loss. Hudson helped himself at the plate with a two-run double that opened the scoring for the Redbirds in the bottom of the second. He then crossed the plate with the third Memphis run of the inning on a Breyvic Valera two-bagger.

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