Marcell Ozuna made a double in two runs for a 4-2 lead against Cardinals in the seventh inning.
Ozuna hit a homer in two runs in the first inning and threw a runner in fourth on the plate.
Dexter Fowler started the seventh with his second course of the night, and Paul Goldschmidt went with an out. A wild pitch sent the runners into second and third place and finally enabled the Cardinals to run insurance.
Ozuna posted a pitch from Hunter Strickland, less than a meter from the left-hand field line, on two bounces into the bleachers, allowing both runners to start. Dakota Hudson left the game after seven innings and allowed five hits and two runs. Anthony Rendon opened the sixth inning with his 34th home run and Washington and the Cardinals went to
Cardinal Dakota Hudson then divorced six consecutive bouts. The Cardinals were able to ban Stephen Strasburg after five innings from the game, but failed since the first inning at the gate.
Washington rallied in the fourth inning with two goals to claim the first run, but promised a potential draw On the Cardinals plate, field player Marcell Ozuna prevailed.
The Cardinals kept a 2-1
Dakota Hudson joined in after retiring nine consecutive batters when he overtook Juan Soto with two batters outs. Asdrubal Cabrera followed with a single and Ryan Zimmerman left to load the bases.
Victor Robles moved one space to the left to reach Soto, but Ozuna threw a perfect throw on the plate to hit Cabrera.
Of all Cardinals, Marcell Ozuna, who has experience against striker Stephen Strasburg of Washington, has by far the most and hit the right-hander before Monday night .317.
Ozuna took the first step to possibly end his recent slump by beating home a two-run lead The Cardinals went 2-0 up at Busch Stadium in their first inning against Strasburg. He came into play with a 7-for-62 radio.
The Homer was third for Ozuna ahead of Washington Hurler and his 28th in the season. After Dexter Fowler had opened the inning with a single step, his line drive cleared the fence in the left midfield.
The Cardinals put the runners in second and third place before the inning ended when Paul DeJong left and Yadier Molina stole the second. But Tommy Edman ended the inning with a strikeout.
Martinez Returns, Clarified
Cardinals Closer Carlos Martinez returned to the squad on Monday afternoon, saying he had been cleared to stand on the pitch and prepare to train Demand against Washington bullpen.
Martinez missed Sunday's game after spending Saturday night in a hospital where he was told that a combination of asthma and allergies triggered his breathing difficulties.
"I feel better today and the doctor gave me the green light for the pitch," he said.
Martinez had breathing difficulties last week in Denver in the team's series against Colorado. He said he felt tightness in his chest and had to breathe through his mouth.
The problem continued when he returned to St. Louis and decided to seek treatment. Martinez said he did not know he had asthma.
"These were asthma and allergies that I got in Colorado, so this combination was really bad for me," he said. "It was the first time I've had this sort of thing, and I had something similar last year, but nothing like it."
Martinez said he had been hospitalized after Saturday's game and released on Sunday afternoon Mike Shildt is a bit unclear but hopeful.
"It's encouraging that he's available," Shildt said, "I think we'll have it in hand, but he has not trained or played catch  "It looks like he'll be fine tonight."
With him unavailable, Shildt turned to John Gant to begin the ninth inning with the Cardinals, the Milwaukee Gant went through the loaded bases before leaving with one out.
Tyler Webb picked up an out before Junior Fernandez hit Ryan Braun, who scored 3: 3, 2 pitches for a grand Slam.
"Natural I wanted to be on the pitch, "Martinez said. "Seeing my teammates on TV was not an easy thing for me, so I came here today to get back to work as soon as possible so I can be in the field with them."
Martinez said it was a scary experience because his symptoms are uncertain.
"They think of all the people who love you and it was a very difficult situation, so I was very scared," he said.
Shildt agreed that the situation was difficult. He was with Martinez when he tried to overcome his breathing difficulties.
It was really scary, "said Shildt." People do not realize it. I was with him for a while after the game (Saturday). He was in a difficult situation. One of the worst feelings there is – unable to hold my breath and "I sat with him, consoled him, prayed with him and just tried to be there for him."
Mike Shildt, Manager of the Cardinals, will have the same cast for the fourth consecutive day the Cardinals want to recover The painful defeat on Sunday in the first game of a series with three games against Washington at the Bush Stadium tonight.
They meet Stephen Strasburg, with a 17: 6 record and 3.49 ERA, beat the Cardinals 2-1 this season against them in Washington on May 2.
The Cardinals have a career scored a goal of .302 against Strasburg Marcell Ozuna has scored .317 with two home runs.
Tommy Edman starts again at third base instead of Matt Carpenter, who has not started yet The last game last week in Colorado. Dakota Hudson is on the hill of the Cardinals.
The Cardinals start the day by a margin of two games ahead of the Cubs in NL Central and a run of three games ahead of the Brewers. The Cubs begin a series with Cincinnati in Chicago and the Brewers begin a series with San Diego in Milwaukee.