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Rays clinch AL East title with victory – Atlanta, Georgia

Atlanta, Georgia 2021-09-26 01:55:08 –

Mike Zunino hit a two-run home run when the Tampa Bay Rays defeated the Miami Marlins 7-3 on Saturday in St. Petersburg, Florida to win the American League East crown.

Coupled with the New York Yankees’ return to the Boston Red Sox 5-3, the victory made Rays the fourth consecutive division title in organizational history (2008, 2010).

Zunino scored 2 RBIs and 2 RBIs, and Brandon Lowe won 4-5 with 3 RBIs and 2 RBIs. Joey Wendle and Yandy Diaz each scored two hits, a run and a RBI.

Rookie Shane McClanahan (10-6) was sent off after five innings, which required 84 pitches, but shared a lead with Josh Fleming to match the club’s high with his tenth win. The left-handed hit 6 hits and hit 3 while walking 1.

Cardinals 8, Cubs 5

Paul DeJong, who visited St. Louis, passed Chicago with a team record of 15 consecutive victories, hitting a two-run home run and a sacrifice fly.

Harrison Bader added solo homers and RBI singles as the Cardinals reduced the number of magics to reach the National League wild card game to three. Cardinal of starting pitcher Jon Lester allowed 4 runs and 3 goals with 8 hits and 3 steps. Kim Kwang-hyun (7-7) won with a relief of no points.

Ian Happ drove in three runs for the Cubs, who suffered their 12th defeat in the last 14 games.

Yankees 5, Red Sox 3

Giancarlo Stanton defeated Go Ahead’s Grand Slam in the eighth inning, and the New York Yankees placed host Boston at the top of the American League’s wildcards.

Stanton’s opening ceremony gave the Yankees the first lead of the contest. Slugger returned home, scoring four RBIs in New York and winning Friday, launching a crucial three-game series.

Visitors extended their winning streak to five times. Bobby Dalbec came home in 9th place for the Red Sox, who entered the series and won seven straight games.

Phillies 3, Pirates 0

Left-handed Ranger Suarez lifted host Philadelphia across Pittsburgh and threw a four-hit shutout to maintain just 1 1/2 game behind the NL East’s leading Atlanta.

Suarez (7-5) hit a 7 and walked nothing for the Phillies, who won five times in a row. Former closer Suarez threw only 97 pitches while recording his first career shutout.

Matt Beering added home runs and singles, and Bryce Harper added home runs. JT Realmuto provided the Phillies with two hits. Pirates’ right-handed Wil Crowe (4-8) gave up eight hits, three runs, four walks and two strikeouts, with only 4 2/3 innings.

Athletics 2, Astros 1

Starling Marte burned a walk-off double in the bottom of the ninth inning with one out, giving host Auckland a second straight win over Houston, the leader in the American League West.

A has overcome yet another home run by Astros’ Kyle Tucker off Sean Manaea and has survived in AL West, currently in third place, following Houston with seven games remaining.

Oakland was also four games behind wildcard co-leaders New York and Boston, Toronto played two games and Seattle three games behind. Andrew Chafin (2-3), who topped 1-2-3 in 9th place, won, and Ryan Pressly (5-3), who is closer to the Astros, was defeated.

Indian 6, White Sox 0

Rookie right-handed Eli Morgan led host Cleveland ahead of Chicago in the fourth game of the five-game series, allowing one hit in six shutout innings.

Morgan hit 6 and walked 1 at the start of his 17th Major League Baseball. With José Ramirez and Andres Jimenez at home, Myles Straw scored two hits and two runs for the Indians.

White Sox starter Lance Lynn (10-6) allowed 6 runs and 7 hits in 6 innings. He hit a 6 for the White Sox, who won the series opener on Thursday and clinched AL Central, and didn’t walk the batter.

Tigers 5, Royals 1

Miguel Cabrera had a two-run double and a two-run single, and host Detroit defeated Kansas City to win their fifth win in six games.

Jonathan Scoop scored two hits and two runs, while Jeimer Candelario added two hits and one RBI. Drew Hutchison (3-1) allowed only unwinned runs in the relief of the 22/3 innings. Michael Fulmer won the final four outs on his twelfth save.

Detroit starter Tarick Scuba has abandoned one hit in four scoreless innings. Kansas City starter John Heathley made his second career start, scoring the Tigers with three hits in the 5 1/3 innings. Hunter Dozier had two extra-base hits and a Royals RBI.

Blue Jays 6, Twins 1

Marcus Semien broke the second baseman’s single-season home run record in 43rd place as Toronto defeated Minnesota in Minneapolis and lost three games in a row.

Jaze starter Robbie Ray allowed three hits in six innings when he won his thirteenth victory. Teoscar Hernandez and George Springer are also based in Toronto, two games ahead of the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox in two wildcard spot races in the American League.

Minnesota scored four consecutive victories, leading 1-0 at a time. Jorge Polanco went to second base on a walk to the single Josh Donaldson, took third place and scored on Mitch Garver’s sacrifice fly.

Angels 14, Mariners 1

Shohei Ohtani walked on bases loaded with two Lanscore triples as Los Angeles’ explosion in Anaheim, California threatened Seattle’s post-season hopes.

Luis Rengoo drove home red, Philip Gosselin and Jared Walsh each drive four runs for the Angels, who won their second victory in the last nine games. Left-handed Jonathan Diaz (1-0) threw a relief of seven innings, hitting three hits and hitting one run, winning his first major league victory. Angels starter Jaime Barria (right-handed) left after two scoreless innings with arm fatigue.

The Mariners chased two American League wildcard playoff berths, scoring the best six consecutive wins of the season, three games ahead of both Boston and the New York Yankees.

Braves 10, Padres 8 (10 innings)

Jorge Soler drove in four runs, including one in a 10-day double, to help defeat San Diego and visit Atlanta in 10 innings.

Soller, who went 3 to 5, hit a double line drive with Travis d’Arnaud, who started innings on second base, and sent Orlando Arcia, who was walking, to third place. After that, Arcia scored with a long sacrifice fly by Ozzie Albies. The winning pitcher was Richard Rodriguez (5-4), and Will Smith won his 34th save. The losing pitcher was Daniel Hudson (5-3).

San Diego starter Vince Velasquez threw three innings and allowed two runs with three hits, two walks and three strikeouts. Atlanta starter Huascar Ynoa allowed the season’s best seven runs with seven hits and six strikeouts with 42/3 innings.

Giants 7, Rocky 2

Brandon Belt hit two home runs as San Francisco defeated Colorado in Denver for the fourth time in five games.

The Giants entered the night when they escaped with a single home run after breaking a 235 franchise record in the single season set in 2001. Belt’s first home run came in the first inning and set a record. His second and fifth three-run shots set it.

Colorado starter John Gray (8-12) made 4 2/3 innings and abandoned 5 hits to 4 runs with 5 strikeouts. Prior to Saturday night’s match, the Rockies held a ceremony to retire Larry Walker’s 33rd, and the team celebrated his Hall of Fame.

Orioles 3, Rangers 2

Kelvin Gutierrez finished a three-run seven inning with a two-run home run, and Baltimore visited Texas and was defeated.

The Seven Inning Rally disbanded the scoreless game and gave the Orioles a 2-1 lead in a four-game series.

Jose Trevino and Nathaniel Rowe performed a Rangers solo home run. Texas right-handed Jordan Lyles (9-13) allowed all three runs on seven hits and four strikeouts on 62/3 innings.

Brewers 2, Mets 1

Corbin Burnes strengthened the National League’s Cy Young nominee by throwing seven powerful innings, reducing the number of magics Milwaukee to visit the New York Mets to win NL Central and win. rice field.

Eduardo Escober delivered a two-run single to Brewers in three innings. The Brewers will win the fourth full-season division title in franchise history with a win at the Series Finale on Sunday or a defeat of the 15-win St. Louis Cardinals. continue.

The Philadelphia Phillies defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates 3-0, losing four straight games in New York to 12th place and being excluded from the playoffs before the opening ceremony. New York was number one in the National League East for 114 days.

Reds 7, Nationals 6

Nicholas Castellanos hit a goodbye solo home run with one out in the ninth inning, and Cincinnati visited Washington and was defeated.

Castellanos, who scored 2 to 3 with 3 RBIs, hit a 0-1 fastball in the center field from Patrick Murphy (0-3) and hit 31 home runs.

The Reds, who won the walk-off home run for the second day in a row, are six games ahead of the St. Louis Cardinals in their second NL wildcard. Michael Givens (4-3) threw one inning to win.

Diamondbacks 7, Dodgers 2

Zac Gallen successfully dueled with Clayton Kershaw, and Arizona won a rare victory over Los Angeles heading to the playoffs.

Garen (3-10) gave up one run with only three hits in six innings. Meanwhile, Ketel Marte and Carson Kelly hit home runs as the Diamondbacks won their third win in 18 games against the Dodgers this season.

Trea Turner hit two home runs against the Dodgers, who lost their third time in the last 14 games. Los Angeles fell to 5-2 on a nine-game road trip.

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