Tyler Glasnow scored 14 career-peak strikes in 7 2/3 innings and Willy Adames netted as Tampa Bay Rays beat Texas Rangers 1-0 on Monday night in St. Petersburg, Fla .
Glasnow (1-0) succeeded in a performance of 102 yards. He only allowed two hits and one walk and beat inside the first, third, and sixth innings. The total number of strikes is a lack compared to the franchise record shared by Chris Archer and James Shields.
In the seventh half with two wins against Taylor Hearn (0-1), Adames maneuvered his second, high-pitched shot to the left with a 95-mile-per-hour fast ball on the first field. The Rays moved to 3-1 at their home turf, while Rangers lost their fourth consecutive match and went empty-handed for the third time in four games.
Texas starter Dane Dunning used an impressive command of his five throws to take on Glasnow in a 71-degree appearance in four unsuccessful innings. He allowed Austin Meadows to doubles in the first and Brett Phillips in the second, plus a walking doubles, but kept Rays on while hitting five.
Yankees 3, Blue Jays 1
Kyle Higashioka hit home and drive in three runs, Gerrit Cole hit eight and New York beat Toronto at Dunedin, Fla.
Higashioka’s first two home players of the season helped him capture five games against Blue Jays. The remaining three came in a single game, on September 16 of last year.
Cole (2-0) allows one run, three hits and one walk in six innings. He has taken back the last 15 players he has faced. Aroldis Chapman netted his ninth unallocated with two strikes to secure his first save of the season. Jays’ starter Robbie Ray (0-1) allowed two runs, three hits and three walks in five innings.
Padres 6, Pirates 2
Wil Myers won 3 on 5 with a homer hit and combined the pinnacle of his career with five RBIs to support Yu Darvish’s strong match as San Diego took his fourth straight win, an easy win. easily at Pittsburgh.
Darvish (1-0) got their first win with Padres, allowing one run and three hits in seven innings, with one walk and six attacks.
With a 1-1 draw in the sixth half, Manny Machado took the lead against rookie Luis Oviedo (0-1) and finished second behind Eric Hosmer’s helicopter against Oviedo. Myers followed with his third strike of the season, to the bush in the center, to have a 3-1 advantage.
Reds 3, Giant 0
Jesse Winker and Joey Votto had their first home game of the season and Wade Miley (2-0) went through five goalless games as Cincinnati won in San Francisco.
Tejay Antone netted another 3 2/3 innings without a success and Lucas Sims got the final goal for the first save of his career as the Reds ended a two-loss streak after a six-match win streak. .
Aaron Sanchez (0-1) went through five strong games for the Giants, with just two fouls. San Francisco lost at home for the first time in four games this season and saw their four-match winning streak come to an end.
Marlins 5, Braves 3 (10 innings)
Garrett Cooper drove on three runs, including the front run in the 10th inning, when Miami rallied late to beat host Atlanta.
Cooper, who hit 3 to 5, ended the game with a double twice in the eighth inning, then sent Marlins ahead to stay with a single header in the middle of the pitch to equalize Jacob Webb (0- 1) Burn Jon Berti with tie. Brian Anderson doubled down on one insurance deal.
The winner was Yimi Garcia (1-1), who worked for the last 1/3 of the inning and put the Braves down to be 10th. He hit one and went one.
Tigers 6, Astros 2
Casey Mize got their first major tournament win by launching seven full-time games and Detroit ended a four-loss streak by knocking host Houston on AJ Hinch’s return to home ground.
Mize (1-0), the number 1 pick overall in the 2018 draft, got his ninth of his career starting and finishing 2nd this season. He allowed four hits and two walks while hitting five.
Hinch, the manager of Tigers, led Astros from 2015-19 – club manager to the first World Series championship in franchise history in 2017. He was sacked in January 2020. in the aftermath of the team’s signature theft scandal.
Brewers 6, Cubs 3
Pinch attacker Luis Urias hit a base-destroying brace to mark a six-game sixth half as host Milwaukee beat Chicago for a third straight and fifth in six. .
Milwaukee’s starter Freddy Peralta (2-0) scored 10 in six innings, allowing one run with two hits and two walks. Josh Hader, the last of Brewers’ four painkillers, took the last two spots to score his first save of the season.
Cubs initiator Adbert left in the sixth half with loaded bases and the Cubs took a 1-0 lead, but all three came in second after Urias’s strike. Alzolay (0-2) attacked with three runs on three shots and walked in 5 innings 1/3. He fanned six.
Country 5, Cardinal 2
Andrew Stevenson got a homer on target and Juan Soto had three on target to lead Washington ahead of host St. St. Louis.
Kyle Schwarber and Yan Gomes, each with two blows when Washington had a streak of five defeats. Schwarber, Josh Bell and Josh Harrison, which each missed the first six games after COVID-19 broke out in the team, made their season debut, combining 4 vs 12.
Yadier Molina made her second appearance of the season for the Cardinals. Kyle Finnegan (1-0), who allowed to run in 1/3 of relief, won. Brad Hand worked around a single and a ninth walk for his first save.
A’s 9, Diamondbacks 5
Jed Lowrie drove on three runs and Matt Chapman went 3-to-5 with a homer to help Oakland score a win over Arizona in Phoenix.
Lowrie and Ramon Laureano each scored twice and hit base three times with two hits and walks as Oakland won the third consecutive match. Laureano stole two bases, Chapman got two RBIs and Sean Murphy got two of the 12 hits from Athletics, both for doubles.
Asdrubal Cabrera had two RBIs for the Diamondbacks, who had a streak of two consecutive wins. Kole Calhoun reached base four times with three hits and one walk and drive in a run for Arizona, where there were seven hits.
White Sox 4, Indians 3
Track and field athlete Nick Madrigal netted after a late pitcher Yu Chang’s end-of-game thrust to give host Chicago the win over Cleveland.
With a first and second finish, Nick Williams (NYSE 🙂 gave the base of a puncher’s choice to Chang, who chose to try to start a doubles match. However, the throw to the second base knocked out Chicago’s Yasmani Grandal’s helmet, marking the flight away and allowing Madrigal to score.
Codi Heuer (1-0) was the winner of relief, excelling at winning 4 out of 2 unsettled thirds, both career peaks. Adam Eaton (NYSE 🙂 hit a three-track homer for White Sox, and Eddie Rosario won a brace for the Indians.
Angel 10, Royal family 3
Shohei Ohtani got three goals and three RBI times as Los Angeles capitalized on home side Kansas City’s three mistakes to win.
Starter Angels Alex Cobb (1-0) scored 10 while allowing for three runs with four hits and walking in 5 2/3 inning. Mike Trout has hit the groundwork for his 29th straight match since 2020, hitting a home run in the ninth inning. The angels have kicked at home in all 10 games this season.
Brady Singer (0-2) throws the ball well for Royals, but his defense betrayed him. He allows four runs, only once earned, in five innings, yielding seven hits. Singers beat six people without giving a walk. Salvador Perez played 4 to 4 and netted his 1,000th career hit.
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