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Indian Shane Bieber stacks the Ks, beating the Reds

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Shane Bieber tossed eight innings and became the first pitcher in modern baseball history to launch at least 10 strokes in the first four games of a season as the Cleveland Indians beat the Cincinnati Reds’ seven home run streak in battle won 6-3 on Sunday.

Seeking to help the Indians avoid being scanned, Bieber (2-1) allows three runs, six hits and fan one peak season 13 while walking two. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, Bieber was the first major jumper since the mound was placed at present distance in 1893 to achieve at least 10 of his first four starts.

On Sunday, Bieber was aided by a triple shot from Roberto Perez, a Jordan Luplow double run and a Jose Ramirez solo blast. Yu Chang also had two hits as Cleveland took a 3-4 lead.

Joey Votto has had three hits with two RBIs and former Indian Tyler Naquin his sixth club club for the Reds, who failed to score 7-2 at home.

Phillies 2, Cardinals 0

Aaron Nola successfully shot two shots, Bryce Harper scored the home side and the home side Philadelphia beat St. Louis to qualify for the three-match weekend final.

Harper has safely arrived at the base all four times, while also doubling down, going solo and on foot. Jean Segura added a hit pair and extended his streak to nine in a row. Nola (1-1) beat number 10 and didn’t eat any table. It was the 17th match of Nola’s career with at least 10 goals. He threw 109 pitches for the first nine-inning match of his career.

Cardinals John Gant’s initiation (0-2) spanned five innings and allowed five hits and two runs. Gant’s control is very clear with 5 hits and 5 walks.

Braves 13, Cubs 4

Freddie Freeman, Travis d’Arnaud, Ehire Adrianza and Guillermo Heredia connected in their home first leg match against Kyle Hendricks, and Heredia won a big fight in the sixth half to power Atlanta. Braves in front of host Chicago.

Hendricks (0-2) became the first pitcher in Cubs history to cross four home runs in the first and ninth inning of all time. He allowed seven runs on seven shots in four innings with three walks and two attacks. Anthony Rizzo scored twice for Chicago.

Bryse Wilson pitched five innings, dropping seven hits and three runs (twice earned) for Atlanta. Wilson (1-0) a walk and a strike apart while throwing 50 of his 69 pitches for shots. Atlanta used a 14 hit attack in the final installment of the series to win two of the three games, with Heredia going to win 3 on 4 with six RBIs.

Giant 1, Marlins 0

Alex Wood threw five goalless in his debut in San Francisco, winning against host Miami without avoiding three games.

The Giants received a single RBI single from Alex Dickerson and a perfect four from their bullpen. Tyler Rogers (NYSE 🙂 pitched ninth, earning his fourth career save and his first this season.

Miami’s Pablo Lopez (0-2) beat nine of his career’s top nine players in six innings – but still lost. He allows six hits, two walks, and one unauthorized run. Marlins midfielder Starling Marte left the field in the ninth half with an unknown injury. Marte, who has a history of oblique injuries, departed in the middle of his stick and grabbed his side.

Tia 4, Yankees 2

Yoshi Tsutsugo hit a tiebreak double with a seventh inning against Gerrit Cole, lifting a troubled Tampa Bay visit to New York.

The Rays completed their fourth sweep in at least three games against the Yankees in New York. It was their second sweep in the last three series in New York after Tampa Bay scored twice in the previous 51-lane run with at least three games.

Cole (2-1) pulled back 13 times in a row before Joey Wendle burned a single goal in the middle. Three throws later, Tsutsugo made a 1-1 change to the warning line in the right center area, allowing Wendle to score a stand-up from first.

Padres 5, Dodgers 2

Eric Hosmer broke the serve with a RBI brace at the end of the eighth round and knocked Tommy Pham with a double after home San Diego ended Los Angeles’s eight-game streak.

In the seventh inning, Hosmer followed Manny Machado’s third single with an RBI double to draw 2-all. A half later, he hit a single ball in the middle to score Jurickson Profar and is currently at 0.750 (9 to 12) with runner-up in scoring position and out twice.

Chris Taylor achieved two home runs for the Dodgers, while Los Angeles starter Trevor Bauer allowed just one run in six innings and left 2-1.

Diamondbacks 5, Nationals 2

Josh Rojas and Carson Kelly went home and Arizona beat host Washington to win part of a four-game series.

Diamondbacks starter Madison Bumgarner (1-2) had his best debut of the youth season, allowing for two shots run and walk in five innings. He hit out five. Stefan Crichton pitched his ninth ball for his first save.

Paolo Espino (0-1), who was promoted after Stephen Strasburg on the list of shoulder injuries, allowed it twice with five shots in four thirds of a third to concede a goal. Trea Turner hits two solo hosts for Washington.

White Sox 3, Red Sox 2 (Game 1)

Tim Anderson led the way with a home run, Dallas Keuchel launched five strong games and Chicago overtook host Boston in the opener with a double split.

Anderson finished 3 to 4 when White Sox caught his two-board skateboard. Keuchel (1-0) dropped two runs with six shots, without a shot, and hit one. Liam Hendriks worked around a single twice at the end of Saturday to save his second.

Enrique Hernandez had a shot at home and Bobby Dalbec ended up with a double for Red Sox, who lost only the second time in the past 12 games.

White Sox 5, Red Sox 1 (Game 2)

Yermin Mercedes owned to support an electric Michael Kopech in his first appearance after 2 and a half years, and Chicago won it in Boston.

Kopech gained four points, allowing one run with one hit and one walk for more than three innings when he started for the first time since September 5, 2018. He threw into the cow barn after when Tommy John had surgery before opting out of campaign in 2020. Matt Foster (1-1) threw 1 2/3 of the correct innings to win.

JD Martinez was driving in the lone race for the Red Sox, who has lost three-quarters since a nine-win streak.

Mets 2, Rockies 1

Marcus Stroman hit eight strong innings as Pete Alonso and Michael Conforto hit two each to lift New York past host Colorado.

The Mets team captured two of the three games in a series that condensed for two days after Friday’s competition was postponed due to inclement weather. Stroman (3-0) dominated the entire competition – allowing one run on three shots – and required just 58 throws to get past six innings and 90 before leaving the competition.

Trevor Story has two hits for the Rockies, who have lost eight of their last nine games.

Mariners 7, Astros 2

Mitch Haniger had a double, triple and triple RBI and six pitchers combined on one hitter when Seattle beat Houston.

Ty France scored and doubled the lead for Seattle, the team that regained first place only in the American League West. Reliefs Ljay Newsome (1-0), Casey Sadler, Anthony Misiewicz, Rafael Montero and Drew Steckenrider combined in five unsuccessful innings after starter Nick Margevicius left in the fifth with an injury arms clear.

Astros still have no second defender Jose Altuve, third defender Alex Bregman, designated attacker Yordan Alvarez, main catcher Martín Maldonado and utility midfielder Robel García, all on the list of injuries due to protocol COVID-19.

Athletics 3, Tiger 2

Matt Olson scored the decisive goal in the match due to a Jeimer Candelario’s throw error at the end of the ninth half to lift Oakland to a home win over Detroit.

The A wiped out a series of four home games against Detroit and won 8 consecutive matches. Chris Bassitt’s right hand started to score A, went eight, went two and allowed two runs and hit five times in six rounds of work. Sean Murphy went deep for Oakland.

The Tigers finished the 10-game journey with a score of 3-7. Harold Castro made three hits and kills in both runs for Detroit, which wasted a great outing of starter Matthew Boyd, who gave up two runs, four hits, one go. Walk and beat five in 7 1/3 working innings.

Rangers 1, Orioles 0 (10 innings)

Texas won the handball duel in Arlington when Nate Lowe hit singles at the end of the 10th inning to beat Baltimore.

Lowe’s single (NYSE 🙂 over the left flank against Travis Lakins (1-1) came after the choice of a puncher, two long throws and two walking loads of facilities. John King (1-0) took the win after surviving a Baltimore threat at the top of 10th which saw the first leg thrown off the plate.

Rangers starter, Gibson didn’t walk in eight innings, skipped four hits and beat six. Orioles’s John Means went through seven innings, allowing three attacks with nine hits and two walking down his ERA to 1.52.

Royals 2, Blue Jays 0

Salvador Perez netted in a second consecutive lead of Kansas City while visiting Toronto in a miss-chance match, as the combined teams left 15 men in the first four innings.

The Royals won three of the four games of the series when Perez, who finished Saturday’s second game with a home run, shot 441 feet into the fountain in the left center of the match. year of the youth season.

Kyle Zimmer (1-0) won. Greg Holland made the second save. The Royals have beaten Toronto’s last 18 players.

Pirates 6, Brewers 5

Colin Moran drove home in the first leg with a double in the 10th inning, and had four RBIs as Pittsburgh beat host Milwaukee.

Moran, who also made three runs, doubled the lead for JP Feyereisen (0-1) on the right flank into the right corner to break 5-all and scored for Bryan Reynolds. Richard Rodriguez (1-0) threw two perfect halves and beat Travis Shaw to finish the match.

Milwaukee’s Daniel Vogelbach has hit two home runs with three RBIs, and Avisail Garcia has won 2 to 5 with one home run. Jackie Bradley Jr added two hits with a double and one run.

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