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Jacob DeGrom threw six scoreless one-hit innings, hit a two-run single and won, but on Friday night the host New York Mets beat San Diego Padres 3-2. I started with right flexor tendinitis.
However, DeGrom (6-2) was only 80 pitches when he headed to the tunnel after consulting with the Mets trainer and when the team hit 6th. Miguel Castro reassured him and started 7th.
DeGrom retired the first 13 batters on 57 pitches before Wil Myers hit the vacant second base area on the shift with a single. Former Cy Young Award-winning companion Blake Snell matched Zero in DeGrom until Kevin Pillar and Billy McKinney doubled on a back-to-back pitch, giving the Mets a 1-0 lead. ..
Snell (2-3) then walked José Peraza and barked before DeGrom stringed a two-run single on the opposite field. With the Lanscore hit, deGrom earned more RBIs (5) than his earned run (4). Edwin Diaz allowed Machado a ninth two-out single before locking down the season’s eleventh four-out save.
Giants 1, Nationals 0
Anthony DeSclafanny defeated Washington in the opening round of a four-game series in San Francisco with the second shutout of the season. Nationals starter Max Scherzer was sent off early due to an injury.
Buster Posey welcomed the Giants, who won nine out of twelve. DeSclafanny (6-2) allowed two hits and one step while hitting eight on 103 pitches. He threw three batters against the Colorado Rockies on April 26th. It was his third complete game of his career.
Scherzer was injured in the first inning and left after throwing only 12 balls. In the final season of the seven-year contract, Scherzer seemed to crouch and flinch a little after pitching on Brandon Belt. After manager Dave Martinez and the Nationals trainer came to the mound, the right-handed player threw a warm-up pitch before leaving the game.
Cubs 8, Cardinals 5
Joc Pederson returned his host Chicago rally from a 5-1 deficit, driving in three runs to help defeat St. Louis, knocking a solo home run in the fourth inning and cutting into the Cardinals lead in the seventh. Recorded a two-run double. Gives the Cubs a permanent lead.
Cubs starter Kohl Stewart allowed 6 hits, 5 runs and 2 walks in 4 innings. Relief Tommy Nance (1-0) won and Craig Kimbrel won his 16th save. The Cubs won four of the last five, while the Cardinals lost seven of the last eight.
Cardinals starting pitcher Johan Oviedo allowed four runs with five hits and one walk with 4 1/3 innings. Relief Genesis Cabrera (1-2) lost.
Red Sox 6, Blue Jays 5
Alex Verdugo hit a goodbye single high from a green monster with his left fielder in the ninth inning without an out as Boston rebounded after visiting Toronto.
Enrique Hernandez started innings with a slow error from Blue Jays shortstop Bo Bichette and moved up to second place. Verdugo then defeated Toronto relief pitcher Rafael Doris (1-2) on a 1-2 pitch, driving a pinch runner Danny Santana, giving Boston his second goodbye victory of the season.
Both Bobby Dalbec and Christian Arroyo hit a Red Sox solo home run. The Red Sox overcame a four-run deficit and won their seventh victory in nine games. Toronto slugger Vladimir Guerrero Jr. hit 19 home runs, leading the major leagues, reaching 50 RBIs for the first time in the majors this season.
Indian 7, Mariners 0
Right-handed Aaron Civale became the winner of the first nine games of the American League when host Cleveland blanked Seattle, allowing one hit in eight scoreless innings and hitting the best 11 of his career. ..
Bobby Bradley went home for the Indians and drove in three runs at the opener of the three-game series. Amed Rosario scored two goals with four hits, and Jose Ramirez reached the base five times with three hits and two walks. He drove in a run and scored twice again.
Civale (9-2) allowed two base runners in the first inning, but retired the last 22 batters he faced. Seattle’s right-handed Justin Dunn (1-3) became active from the 10-day injured list earlier in the day after experiencing inflammation of his right shoulder, with Indians building a 5-0 early lead Therefore, we allowed runs in each of the three innings.
White Sox 5, Tigers 4 (10 innings)
Yoan Moncada hit a sacrifice fly at the top of the 10th, Adam Engel brought the White Sox home, Danny Mendick made two hits, scored another hit and visited Chicago. I played against Detroit.
Chicago starter Lucas Giolito gave up two runs with five hits and nine runs in six innings. Liam Hendriks (3-1) won the race by abandoning his second run in the ninth, despite having blown away his third save of the season.
Mendic started in 10th place on 2nd base. After Jose Cisnero (0-4) walked Tim Anderson, Mendick moved up to third place on a long flyout. Mendick then scored on Monkada’s sacrifice fly. Daz Cameron hit his first career homer, the ninth game Thailand’s two-run blast in Detroit. Isaac Paredes and Nomar Mazara attacked Solohomer.
Astros 6, Twins 4
Martin Maldonado defeated the tiebreaker double in the ninth inning, and Jose Altuve returned home for three consecutive games to help Houston defeat Minnesota in Minneapolis.
Yuli Gurriel also returned home and Alex Bregman scored two RBIs without a hit. Michael Brantley won 4-4 with RBIs as the Astros won their ninth win in the last 12 games.
Right-handed José Urquidy gave up three runs on three home runs and four hits on seven innings. He hit an eight, walked one, and left with a lead, but ended without making a decision. Ryne Stanek (1-1) gave up the lead in 8th place but won. Ryan Pressly hit 2 in perfect 9th place on his 10th save.
Brewers 7, Pirates 4
Christian Yelich hit a two-run double in seven innings of five runs to help Milwaukee visit Pittsburgh at the top.
Jackie Bradley Jr. has added a RBI single and a grand slam to the 7 to 1 Brewers in the last eight games. Milwaukee’s Brandon Woodruff (5-2) gave up two runs and four hits in seven innings, and Josh Hader threw nine in his 15th save.
Ben Gamel, Gregory Polanco and Ke’Bryan Hayes are home to the Pirates, who lost five games in a row. Pittsburgh starter Chase de John threw five innings, allowing two runs and four hits.
Rays 4, Orioles 2
Brandon Lowe hit a two-run homer, and Ryan Yarbrough defeated Tampa Bay in Baltimore, St. Petersburg, Florida, winning 2-11 against scoring runners, but throwing six innings.
Yarbro (4-3) allowed two runs with three hits, but failed to win either. This was his first start since he defeated the New York Yankees 9-2 on June 3 and threw his first complete game in his career.
Andrew Kittredge and JP Fayleysen each threw no-scoring innings before Pete Fairbanks retired the Orioles in turn on his second save.
Reds 11, Rocky 5
Starter Tyler Mahle made six innings when host Reds routed tired Colorado on the street, with five different Cincinnati batters home in each of the first five innings.
Nick Castellanos, Scott Heineman, Joey Votto, Kyle Farmer and Tyler Stephenson’s home runs leave Rockies starter Kyle Freeland (0-2) for the first time in Reds franchise history, each of the first five innings. Five batters went deep into the game.
Mare (6-2) started the game with a lead-off single for Raimel Tapia and a two-out walk for Charlie Blackmon, but retired the next 12 batters and achieved four consecutive victories. .. Ryan McMahon and Brendan Rodgers became home to the Rockies.
Marlins 4, Braves 3
Sandy Alcantara threw six innings, Jazz Chisholm Jr. hit a two-run single with Go Ahead, leading host Miami in Atlanta.
Alcantara (4-5) shot 6 shots, allowed 5 hits, 2 walks and 2 runs, and achieved 2 consecutive victories. The fourth relief player used by the Marlins, Emi Garcia, stranded two base runners in 9th place in the scoreless and won the 11th save with 14 chances. Miami won the championship for the third time in four games.
In the case of the Braves, who lost three games in a row, Ozzie Albies doubled with two RBIs and Ronald Acuña Jr. walked twice to score and swipe four balls at the same time. Charlie Morton (5-3) recorded three consecutive wins in three personal games and lost in his first match since May 7.
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