To the Reds' way of thinking, it was way overdue.
Eugenio Suarez and Adam Duvall hit three-run homers in the sixth inning as Cincinnati finally broke through against the Cubs' dominant pitching, beating Chicago 13-5 on Saturday night.
A victory would have given the Cubs (13-5) their best start since 1907, the year they won the first of their back-to-back World Series titles. A four-homer splurge ended Chicago's domination of its NL Central rival.
"That was a little bit of a relief there," Duvall said. "You try not to put too much pressure on yourself to score runs."
This series opened with Jake Arrieta's second career no-hitter in a 16-0 win...