Zach McKinstry went home and drove in three runs and the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the visiting Washington Nationals 3-0 away team on Sunday, wiping out a series of three games between the last two World Series champions.
In a match against three-time Cy Young Award winners, Clayton Kershaw (2-1) threw 86 throws in six unsuccessful innings. He allows hitting five and hitting six without having to walk.
Washington’s Max Scherzer (0-1) allows a run with just three shots in six innings. He hit 5 and went 1 in 90 pitches.
Kenley Jansen set the score 1-2-3 with two strikes for his second save.
Red Sox 14, Orioles 9
JD Martinez hit three home runs, Rafael Devers added a pair and Boston got exact revenge on host Baltimore, completing three sweeps out of equal-tier opponents with an overwhelming victory.
Martinez led the attack, bombing Jorge Lopez (0-2), Mac Sceroler and Tyler Wells for solo hits in the third, sixth and eighth innings, respectively. The home team is Martinez’s Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of the season.
After staging a total of five runs in three opening season losses to Orioles at Fenway Park last week, Red Sox beat Baltimore with 27 runs in the rematch series, including the top win. season 14 on Sunday. Red Sox has won six in a row.
Mariners 8, Twins 6
Kyle Seager won 4 to 4 and hit two at home, including a triple hit at the start of the ninth inning, as Seattle bounced back from a six-game defeat to defeat Minnesota in Minneapolis and won two in three. in the series.
Rookie Taylor Trammell also scored for Seattle, his second in many games. Minnesota’s Byron Buxton won 3 to 4 with a brace, home run and four RBI.
Mariners recovered in the ninth match against Twins closer than Alex Colome (0-1). Mitch Haniger and Ty France played singles before Seager set the score 3-2 through the wall in the center area on the right to give Seattle a lead.
Pirates 7, Cubs 1
JT Brubaker threw in the sixth inning and helped with his career with three RBIs as Pittsburgh beat a visit to Chicago to win the rubber match in their three-game series.
Brubaker (1-0) allowed one run on four shots without walking for 5 thirds of innings and delivered a shot twice to give Pirates the lead in the second inning. Wilmer Difo added a two-game, homer tack for Pittsburgh, who won two head-to-head after a streak of six defeats.
Former Pirate Trevor Williams (NYSE 🙂 (1-1) started for Chicago and was scored with 5 runs on 10 shots and 3 walks in 3 1/3 innings. Javy Baez signed up for a solo track for the Cubs, who have lost four of their last five times.
Indians 5, Tigers 2
Logan Allen scored his first win in two seasons, Eddie Rosario got two hits and two runs scored and Cleveland completed a three-match streak while visiting Detroit.
Allen (1-1), India’s starter, gave up a run with two shots and beat five out of five innings. His most recent win was on June 25, 2019, against Baltimore when he threw it to San Diego.
Franmil Reyes has twice on target, one for Cleveland and one for Cleveland. Wilson Ramos exploded his fourth match of the season for the Tigers, and Detroit’s starter Jose Urena (0-2) dropped two runs three times and went five in four 2/3 innings.
Yankees 8, Rays 4 (10)
Rougned Odor’s breakout single with two wins in the 10th half helped New York salvage a game in their three-game line set at Tampa Bay.
In his debut against New York, the second player beat Collin McHugh (0-1) on 3-2, passing the ball in the middle to score Aaron Hicks with a dribble. Then, Gary Sanchez and Gio Urshela drove to the insurance markers.
After three defeats, the Yankees won for the fifth time in 18 matches against Rays since the start of last season.
Royals 4, White Sox 3 (10)
Michael A. Taylor scored the opener on Garrett Crochet’s throw error in the 10th half as the Kansas City visitors rallied to beat Chicago.
Taylor started the 10th inning as the designated runner in second, and immediately finished third after a single sacrifice from Nicky Lopez.
After a deliberate dribble with Whit Merrifield, Crochet (0-1) hit Andrew Benintendi’s throw but his throw-in struggled against catcher Zack Collins, making it easy for Taylor. scored.
Brewers 9, Cardinals 3
Travis Shaw has a three home run and Avisail Garcia and Manny Pina added two more relay runs to their Milwaukee visit via St. Petersburg. Louis.
The Brewers sent 10 players to disc in the first half to take a 4-0 lead, expanding to 7-0 in the second half. Cardinals starting pitcher Daniel Ponce de Leon (1-1) rested just four shots and allowed seven runs with six shots and four walks.
Milwaukee won for the fourth time in its past five games but did not leave without being hurt. Shaw left the game for precautionary reasons after fouling his shin and Christian Yelich had to leave the game with back pain.
Padres 2, Rangers 0
Trent Grisham put a homer in the right seat for the lead of the fourth inning with Texas starter Mike Foltynewicz to bid farewell to a no-score game, and seven San Diego pitchers took down Texas with five hits as away side Padres complete three Ranger sweep games.
Foltynewicz (0-2) allowed only two hits and three walks with three attacks in seven innings.
Manny Machado took the lead on ninth with a home header against Padre Ian Kennedy after Rangers left seven runners-up stuck on the grounds in the sixth, seventh and eighth innings.
Diamondbacks 7, Reds 0
Luke Weaver missed the target in the seventh half and Eduardo Escobar scored a home goal for the fourth consecutive match to lead home Arizona against Cincinnati.
Diamondbacks won the series, beating the Reds on Saturday and Sunday after Cincinnati increased its winning streak to six with one win on Friday.
The Reds have only had two hits on Sunday and have only scored three runs in their last two games after making five or more in the first seven games of the season.
Giant 4, Rockies 0
Right wing Anthony DeSclafani continued San Francisco’s stellar pitching journey, beating Colorado in six innings to help the home side complete three matches.
Alex Dickerson got their first solo home game and Brandon Belt netted one more goal in the sixth inning, both beating out Rockies Marquez’s starter (0-1), providing the power to create victory. Giants fourth in a row.
DeSclafani (1-0) allowed six hits on target in his second game for Giants. Rescuers Jose Alvarez, Tyler Rogers (NYSE 🙂 and Wandy Peralta completed the shutdown after he exited.
Phillies 7, Braves 6
Alec Bohm positively scored in a deadly flight in the ninth half to help Philadelphia win against host Atlanta.
Bohm led the game with a brace and finished third in an in front of the chopper Will Smith (0-2). Didi Gregorius then swung the ball to the left flank. Marcell Ozuna caught up and threw it home, but Bohm managed to get ahead of Travis d’Arnaud’s card, a call that was reviewed and held on.
Atlanta starter Drew Smyly pitched five innings and allowed five runs with five hits, two of which were host and hit three. Philadelphia’s Matt Moore also played five innings and allowed five runs. He gave up nine hits, went home twice and hit five times.
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