ATLANTA (AP) - Tim Hudson gave up three hits in eight innings
and Martin Prado hit two home runs to lead the Atlanta Braves past
the Arizona Diamondbacks, 13-1 on Sunday.
Prado had four hits and drove in three runs, while Eric Hinske
and Troy Glaus also had homers for Atlanta. The Braves ended up
with 14 hits while Arizona managed just the three.
Hudson (4-1) improved to 3-0 in May with his longest start of
the season. He struck out six and walked only one batter. Hudson's
catcher in his first career start with Oakland on June 8, 1999, was
A.J. Hinch, now Arizona's manager.
Hinske, taking advantage of increased playing time in left field
with Matt Diaz on the disabled list, drove in four runs with two
hits. Glaus continued his hot May with three hits.
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