Marwin Gonzalez led what turned into four eighth groups with a home run to lead home side Boston Red Sox to a 7-4 win over Chicago White Sox on Saturday at Fenway Park.
Boston won 10th in the last 11 games. After a 0-3 start, Red Sox clinched nine straight wins before losing to Minnesota on Thursday.
White Sox, who took a 2-0 lead after the first peak, lost the last 3/4 matches.
Boston promoter Nick Pivetta threw 83 throws in 3 2/3 of the half’s work, allowing two shots to finish four shots with three shots. Chicago starter Dylan Cease, who was called off the COVID-19 list on Friday, played 4 2/3 innings and allowed two six-half hits with six attacks.
Dodgers 2, Padres 0
Clayton Kershaw knocked out San Diego with two hits in six innings and pulled out a grounded walk to tie home in the game’s first game when visiting Los Angeles as host Padres was vacant.
The Dodgers added an insurance run as Justin Turner led ninth with a solo homer against Emilio Pagan, baseman’s fifth homer of the season’s third. Winning was the Dodgers’ eighth straight game and lifted them off to a 13-2 start for the second time in franchise history.
Yu Darvish (1-1) suffered defeat despite allowing a run – the Kershaw walk – with one hit, two walking and one hit on target with nine hits in seven innings. He retired from the Dodgers in sixth order of the seven innings he had worked with.
Brewers 7, Pirates 1
Brett Anderson launched seven sharp innings and host Milwaukee netted five times with two passes in the first half en route to a win over Pittsburgh.
Anderson (2-1) allowed the Brewers team to hit six off-target shots in victory, while effectively producing 13 hits to the ground.
Jacob Stallings won an RBI for the Pirates, while starter Trevor Cahill (0-2) dropped six earned runs in just four innings.
Marlins 7, Giants 6 (10 innings)
Jorge Alfaro made a double-legged double, two runs in the 10th half, leading Miami to a thrilling win by visiting San Francisco, giving the Marlins six wins in their past seven games, Including the first two games in this series.
Corey Dickerson has hit Miami four times, while four Marlins each hand over a pair – Jesus Aguilar, Brian Anderson, Jazz Chisholm Jr. and Alfaro. The Marlins took the game to extra time by scoring twice in the ninth inning against Giants closer than Jake McGee, who got into the game with six saves and 0.00 ERA.
Miami took a 3-0 lead until the Giants posted a Saturday five-half tie, which started by Brandon Belt’s leading homer (2 to 5, two RBI) and was limited by the header. , three steps by Austin Slater. . Brandon Crawford and Donovan Solano also have two hits each for the Giant.
Orioles 6, Rangers 1
Freddy Galvis won 4 on 4 with two braces and set the stage for Baltimore’s late comeback to beat home side Texas.
Galvis, Baltimore’s ninth ninth, scored his second consecutive most hit match as Orioles won the first two games of the three-game series.
Texas squandered a quality start from rookie Dane Dunning, who launched six full-time rounds, beating five non-walkers and only five hits – all singles – in the first game. his first season this season, where he passed fifth inning.
Astros 1, Mariners 0
Houston’s Zack Greinke went on to own the Seattle Mariners, throwing eight official innings as the away team won a six-game streak with a win.
Greinke (2-1) improved to 8-2 with 2.09 ERA in 17 appearances in his career against Seattle, including 15 appearances. Right-handed players only allow four hits, no one batting and six hits.
Astros is closer than Ryan Pressly, a player on the right, withdrew the team in ninth place for his first save of the season.
Block 13, Braves 4
Willson Contreras and Kris Bryant each took down two host players to help Chicago beat Atlanta.
Javier Baez and David Bote also beat the home side as Chicago beat a total of six goals while scoring the top-performing match of the season. Bote and Bryant each have four RBIs.
Contreras had a solo at home in the first half to mark the first time in his career that he advanced in three consecutive games. He followed that with another solo in the third half to give Chicago a 3-0 lead and score ninth in his home run career.
Tia 6, Yankees 3
Tyler Glasnow allowed one run in five innings, Manuel Margot hit a two-track homer in fourth, and visited Tampa Bay to beat New York.
Glasnow (2-0) held the Yankees twice and won the seventh consecutive victory. His strong debut helped improve Rays to 14-3 in 17 encounters last season. Francisco Mejia and Joey Wendle have also added hosts.
DJ LeMahieu hit a single RBI and the Rougned Odour dedicated to the Yankees, which lost their fourth consecutive match.
Nationals 6, Diamondbacks 2
Washington’s right hand, Erick Fedde, reached the top of his career with nine shots in five innings and Yan Gomes took three shots, including a home run, in victory. before Arizona.
Fedde (1-1) scattered five hits and allowed walking. The lone run allowed by a right-handed was Kole Calhoun’s first home run of the season in the third half ending the match 1.
Five painkillers limited Arizona to one hit in the last four innings.
Blue Jays 5, Royals 1 (Match 1)
Stephen Matz didn’t let a single hit in the first five thirds of the game as Toronto beat host Kansas City in the first game of a doubles match.
Vladimir Guerrero Jr is 2 to 3 with his home run for Toronto.
Matz (3-0) led Whit Merrifield in the first half. But he brought Andrew Benintendi to the pitch in a game where the midfielders in the middle switched to second lining when Merrifield broke down on the pitch. He retired in the next 11 games before knocking Jorge Soler out in the fifth.
Royals 3, Blue Jays 2 (Match 2)
Salvador Perez completed a home comeback with two strikes late in the seventh half to help Kansas City beat Toronto against a doubles game.
This is the Royals’ first win since 2019. Perez’s home runway was 459 feet away and landed in the fountain in the center left area. Greg Holland (2-1) scored in the unsuccessful seventh match to open the scoring.
Joel Payamps (0-1) gave up Perez’s home win to concede a goal for Blue Jays.
Athletics 7, Tiger 0
Left-hand Cole Irvin overcame the critically acclaimed Casey Mize with six official innings as host Oakland scored for the second time in a row and a third straight win over Detroit.
Matt Olson, Aramis Garcia and Mark Canha all scored in the first two innings, earning an A on the way to a seventh straight win.
Robbie Grossman accounted for two of the four Tigers hits, both singles. For the second day in a row, Detroit went without another chance.
Reds 3, Indians 2
Tyler Stephenson delivered a RBI single, a pinch-hit in the 10th inning, and Cincinnati rallied to beat Cleveland for a seventh straight home win.
Tucker Barnhart scored for the Reds, while Sonny Gray threw four thirds in half, allowing for two runs with six shots and six shots on his debut in 2021.
Andres Gimenez supported the Indians in the defeat.
Match 4, Rockies 3 (Match 1)
Jacob deGrom beat 14 in six strong matches, Pete Alonso beat homeowners, and visiting New York rallied to beat Colorado.
Michael Conforto made two hits for Mets, who was playing for the first time since Wednesday due to a match delay. Right-handed DeGrom (1-1) hit nine in a row from the beginning of the second half until the end. for the fourth time and ended once over the grand tournament record set by former great Mets Tom Seaver.
Raimel Tapia is home to the Rockies, who have lost seven games in a row.
Rockies 7, Mets 2 (Match 2)
German Marquez kicked off a seven-round complete game, Josh Fuentes went home and drove in four runs, and host Colorado beat New York in a doubles night’s summing match.
Marquez (1-1) helped the Rockies bullpen breathe a sigh of relief with a complete stance. He walks two and hits six and throws 53 of his 87 throws for attacks. Josh Fuentes went home and drove in four runs for the home team.
Jeff McNeil duplicated in the single run for Mets.
Cardinals 9, Phillies 4
Yadier Molina won 3 to 5 with two host players and four RBIs while visiting St. Petersburg. Louis won its series against Philadelphia.
Nolan Arenado and Paul DeJong also scored for the Cardinals, who took a 9-3 lead after hitting homeowners twice in the first four innings.
Tommy Edman hit an on-field single at the top of the fifth group to extend his streak to 12 for St. John’s. Louis. Rhys Hoskins led the Phillies with three hits and three runs.
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