José Altuve, Alex Bregman and Carlos Correa scored a three-hit match with the Houston Astros on Friday, who defeated Los Angeles Angels right-handed Shohei Ohtani with a 10-5 home win. ..
The Astros saddle the most valuable front runner in the American League, Otani (9-2) with 13 starts and eight straight wins in his first loss since May 28th. After Houston played three runs in the third inning to close the deficit of two runs, Houston chased Otani in four of the six runs, with 11 thugs hit the plate.
Otani allowed 6 runs with 9 hits, the best of the season, and did not allow the walk with 1 strikeout, the lowest of the season, in the 31/3 innings. Otani gave up a run with four hits and one step, while on his previous appearance against the Astros on Nov.
Altuve finished 3-4 and scored 3 runs, but Bregman won 3-4 with 4 RBIs. Correa went 3-5 with RBI and Astros hit 3 and 16 hits with a long hit.
Astro’s left-hander Framber Valdez (10-5) struggled but continued the five innings it took for victory. He handed a solo home run to Otani (44th in the league) in the first and Jared Walsh (26th) in the second, making his first home run this season a left-handed batter.
Orioles 6, blue jay 3
Anthony Santander caught a triple home run in the seventh inning, and Baltimore visited Toronto and was defeated. Toronto lost the start of the series with four games and ended eight games in a row.
Ryan McKenna hit a double homer, Cedric Mullins hit a Baltimore solo shot and Austin Hays extended three consecutive hits to 16 games to win 2-5.
The Blue Jays scored two hits each from Marcus Semien, Bo Bichette and Lourdes Gurriel Jr. but went 2-10 with the scoring runners, leaving 13 boys at the grassroots level.
Giant 6, young 1
Evan Longoria and Brandon Belt scored two homers in the seventh inning and crossed Chicago to San Francisco in the opening round of the series with three games.
Kris Bryant is back at Wrigley Field for the first time since the Cubs traded former National League Glucky of the Year and MVP for the Giants on July 30th. .. Brian won a standing ovation on the first at bat and finished the first with a runner in the first and third innings.
Frank Schwindel welcomed the Cubs home with eight out of nine people.
Tiger 10, raise 4
Jonathan Scoop fired a go-ahead Grand Slam in the seventh inning and hosts Detroit defeated Tampa Bay.
Ray’s shortstop Wander Franco increased his on-base percentage to 39 games but then left the game due to a right hamstring injury. Franco felt uncomfortable after scoring singles at a time, going from one to three on a Nelson Cruz doubles.
Ji-man Choi scored a three-run double at Tampa Bay and lost two games in a row.
Royals 6, Twins 4 (11 innings)
Andrew Benintendi scored two home runs, including two running shots at the top of the 11th inning, which emerged as the winner of the game when Kansas City defeated Minnesota in Minneapolis.
Benintendi placed himself on Juan Minaya’s first field and opened on his 15th home run of the season, the 11th place in the front row of left outfielders. Defeated. Benintendi finished 4-5 with 3 runs and 5 RBIs, and Nicky Lopez increased his on-base percentage to 20 games with 2 hits, including a double, in Kansas City.
Both Byron Buxton and Josh Donaldson were Home Red and Andrelton Simmons scored two goals to lead Minnesota. Minaya (2-1) lost and allowed 2 runs and 1 goal with 2 hits and 2 innings.
White Sox 4, Red Sox 3
José Abreu interrupted a triple home run early on, and the bullpen held the series’ opening round with three games just ahead of hosts Chicago against Boston.
Yoan Moncada has reached the base of the White Sox four times, keeping a double-digit lead at AL Central. Left-handed Carlos Rodon (12-5) returned with shoulder pain from a few days of extra rest and allowed a run with three hits in five innings. He whistled 7 and no one left.
Bobby Dalbec tripled for the Red Sox at home, who lost four out of five. Boston beat the AL wildcard in one game. Starter Tanner Houck (0-4) gave up 4 runs (3 goals) in 4 hits and 3 walks and scored once in 32/3 innings.
Mets 10, Yankees 3
Tylor Megill continued the best seven innings of his career and hit the best ten strokes of his career when hosts New York Mets made some mistakes by including the New York Yankees in the Subway Series opener with three games. Rice field.
The Mets started their second NL wildcard on Friday, five games behind the National League East and five games behind Atlanta. The Yankees, who cut Toronto in half with their second AL wildcard, lost seven games in a row and lost eleven of 13 games.
Megill (3-4) took a step and allowed two runs with four hits. He allowed a run in the first two innings – Brett Gardner tripled in the first out and Joey Gallo in the bottom out of Aaron Judge before returning home in one out in two innings. He scored one goal but was knocked out 16 of the last 19 thugs he faced.
Red 4, Cardinals 2
Jose Barrero doubled his crucial RBI and visited Cincinnati to pass St. Louis.
Valero defeated 9 innings 2-2 on his doubles when Aristides scored Aquino and finished third with a throw to the plate. Valero then returned with the Delino DeShields Lanscore Grounder and the Reds won their fourth win in 12 games.
Yadier Molina hit a double homer for the Cardinals (71-69), who lost their fifth game in seven games. Cardinal’s starting pitcher Jon Lester allowed 3 hits, 2 runs and 4 walks in 7 innings.
Rockies 11, Phillies 2
Trevor Story and CJ Cron hit seven straight home runs to lift Colorado above hosts Philadelphia.
Elias Diaz won the Grand Slam in Colorado for the ninth time and won the championship twice in a row. Rockies starter German Marquez (12-10) threw six goalless innings and allowed six hits with six strikeouts and one walk.
Didi Gregorius scored a solo home run, and Jean Segura and Bryce Harper gave the fighting Phillies, who lost four straight games, two hits each. They finished first in the National League East and lost 4 1/2 games against the Atlanta Braves.
Brewer 10, Indian 3
Lorenzo Cain smashed his third grand slam of his career to highlight five of the six runs as Milwaukee led hosts Cleveland to their ninth win in their last 12 games.
Eduardo Escobar returned home leading both 5 and 6 times and Luis Urías had a shot from two runs to make up for two mistakes in the field. Adrian Houser (9-6) was able to avoid 5 walks, 6 stole bases, 2 errors and 2 runs (both not acquired) in a hit with 6 innings. ..
Bobby Bradley finished with two of three Indians who lost six of their last eight games and won a two-run single in the first inning. Rookie Eli Morgan (2-7) allowed 8 hits and 2 walks in 4 1/3 innings and 8 runs (7 goals).
Braves 6, Marlins 2
Jorge Soler led hosts Atlanta through Miami with a two-time single from Go Ahead in a five-time five-inning.
The Braves, who led the National League East 41/2 games, have claimed their fourth win in their last five games. Braves left fielder Adam Duvall hit four home runs. However, a former celebrity Marlin player expanded his hits to nine games in a row.
The Marlins batter hit 17 times when Miami (59-82) fell 21-48 on the road. Marlin’s rookie Trevor Rogers (7-7) has been missing from the mourning list for a month and has not won the match since June 10, only lasting 4 1/3 innings. He allowed 3 hits, 1 walk and 4 runs with 6 strokes.
Pirates 4, Nationals 3
His first career walk-off hit, the nine-time Ke’Bryan Hayes RBI single, won a two-run rally that hosts Pittsburgh defeated in Washington.
Anthony Alford, who met Patrick Murphy (0: 2) in the 3-2 draw against Pittsburgh, led in the middle right in the singles in 9th place and finished second in a wild pitch. Ben Gamel left and both runners moved forward with another wild pitch.
Cole Tucker jumped out before Alberto Baldonado replaced Murphy. Pinch hitter Colin Moran opted for shortstop and Alford scored. A base goal to Hayes’ right brought Gamel to the end of the game.
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