Mets top Cubs despite Jacob deGrom’s exit – Atlanta, Georgia

Atlanta, Georgia 2021-06-17 00:40:13 –

Jacob DeGrom threw three innings before leaving due to pain in his right shoulder, but Mets’ bullpen finished his job as New York beat the Chicago Cubs 6-3 on Wednesday.

With seven New York pitchers joining in three batters, Mets will complete a four-game series sweep on Thursday.

DeGrom won eight strikeouts while retiring all nine batters he faced on the 51st pitch. In the third inning, he seemed to frown while throwing a pitch at Eric Sogard. Shawn Reed Folly began warming up when Mets hit in the lower half of the third.

Mets led 3-0 when Reed Folly (2-0) started the fourth inning on behalf of DeGrom. DeGrom was also lifted early on his last start on Friday due to right flexor tendonitis.

Indian 8, Orioles 7

José Ramirez returned home and scored three RBIs. Cleveland soared, paving the way for Baltimore’s franchise record to 18 games.

Ramirez went deep in the first place and delivered a two-run single in five-run one-third for the Indians who won the first three of the four-game set. Aaron Civale (10-2) took over the lead in the major leagues, despite allowing 5 runs and 9 hits during the season. 5 innings low. He walked two and hit two.

Ryan Mountcastle went home in one of three hits and posted four RBIs to Baltimore. Trey Mancini also had 3 hits and 3 runs. Orioles starter Keegan Akin (0-2) hit seven in eight runs, eight hits, three walks and 52/3 innings.

Yankees 3, Blue Jay 2

Gary Sanchez hit a two-run homer in the seventh inning, and New York beat Toronto with a buffalo.

Gerrit Cole (8-3) allowed the Yankees, who won the first two games of the three-game series, two runs, four hits, and one walk with eight innings.

Aroldis Chapman went in and out of the jam for the ninth time and won the 14th save. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. led the single, followed by Teoscar Hernandez in the double. Randal Grichuk hit and Guerrero caught up in second place with a grounder to Chapman in the pinch hitter Santiago Espinal. After that, Lourdes Gurriel Jr. lined up in the center and ended the game.

Astros 8, Rangers 4

Chas McCormick and José Altuve each hit two home runs, and Houston won a two-game series sweep to Texas.

The Astros scored their 12th win in 16 games with six home runs, the best of the season, and four home runs from the Rangers’ right-handed Jordan Lyles. Martin Maldonado and Myles Straw were also deeply involved in Houston. Alex Bregman left with a pain in his left quadriceps two times ago.

Eli White joined Carlos Peña (2001) with Texas becoming the second player in club history, scoring the first two home runs in the same game. Texas fell to 0-6 at Minute Maid Park this season, losing 19 of the last 20 road games.

Red Sox 10, Braves 8

Christian Arroyo struck a long-pinch grand slam in the seventh inning, visited Boston and defeated Atlanta, and swept the two-game Interleague series.

The winning pitcher was Yacksel Rios (1-0), who retired the only batter he faced in his Boston debut. Adam Ottavino won his fourth save, even though he allowed his ninth run. Xander Bogaerts has collected three hits.

Dansby Swanson hit a three-run homer and Freddie Freeman added a Braves solo shot with three hits from Ronald Acuña Jr.

Cardinals 1, Marlins 0

Yadier Molina delivered a goodbye RBI single after St. Louis visited Miami to complete a three-game sweep. The Cardinals are 6-0 against the Marlins this season, allowing only 6 runs.

Starting pitcher Johan Oviedo threw 7 innings, 4 hits and didn’t walk, allowing 6 hits. Ryan Helsley (4-4) won the last four outs.

Sandy Alcantara (4-6) distanced the Marlins from losing 11 of the last 12 road games. Alcantara hit seven batters, walked one, and allowed six hits and an earned run in 8 1/3 innings.

Tigers 6, Royals 5

Willi Castro’s two-run home run keyed three-run seven innings, visiting Detroit to defeat Kansas City and completing a three-game sweep. The Royals suffered a straight loss and 11th defeat in 12 games.

Tarick Scuval (4-7) won after allowing 6 hits and 3 runs in 6 innings. He hit seven and walked two. Michael Fulmer gave up his second run in the ninth before finishing his fifth save.

The Royals starter Brady Singer has had his right rear shoulder tension removed after three innings. He allowed one run with four hits. Adalberto Mondesie and Salvador Perez are based in Kansas City.

Reds 2, Brewers 1

Tyler Mahle struck out 12 strikeouts and Tucker Barnhart drove a go-a-head run in seven doubles when Cincinnati beat Milwaukee to complete a three-game sweep.

Mare (7-2) hit a run with 3 hits and 2 hits in 6 innings. Lucas Sims scored four outs to record his seventh save as the Reds won six straight wins overall and eight straight on the street.

Brewers starter Freddy Peralta (6-2) abandoned two runs with five hits and abandoned the walk with six strikeouts. Milwaukee was wiped out at home by Cincinnati for the first time since August 2009.

White Sox 8, Raise 7 (10 innings)

Yasmani Grandal has released a walk-off single as Chicago stopped visiting Tampa Bay in a three-game series rubber match.

The match between the two best-recorded teams in the American League lived up to expectations. Chicago led 7-2 after five innings, with Tampa Bay taking the chip and drawing the game with two runs in the eighth inning.

Andrew Vaughn started 10 times as an autorunner on second base, moved to third place on the ground out of José Abreu and scored on the field from Grandal’s single to Wright away from Pete Fairbanks (1-1). did.

Nationals 3, Pirates 1

Josh Bell hit a two-run home run against his previous team, and Washington visited Pittsburgh to lose 10 games in a row.

Yan Gomes welcomed the Nationals’ two consecutive victories, with four consecutive victories and eight consecutive victories and six victories.

Paolo Espino (1-2) threw five innings for his first major league victory. The 34-year-old Journeyman started on Tuesday on behalf of Max Scherzer, who was on the 10-day injured list due to inguinal inflammation.

Athletics 8, angel 4

Ramon Laureano has returned from a missed 17 games due to a back injury and visited Los Angeles based in Oakland.

Matt Olson had 3 hits, Chad Pinder had 6 runs and 6 innings, then 2 hits, and Mark Canha had 6 consecutive wins in athletics.

Shohei Ohtani returned to the upper deck on the right side for two consecutive games, winning 19 in the Angels season.

Rocky 8, Padres 7

Charlie Blackmon had a pinch hitter single in the bottom of the ninth inning to drive in Trevor Story, and Colorado defeated San Diego to wipe out the three-game series in Denver.

The story has two doubles and two stolen bases, with Elias Diaz and CJ Cron at home, and Laimer Tapia extending to Colorado’s 13 games with three hits.

Fernando Tatis, Trent Grisham and Jake Cronenworth hit Padres home runs, dropping seven of the last eight games.

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