Ian Anderson lost a game without points or hits in 7e round, but he will be able to comfort himself since he signed his 3rde season winner thanks to the Braves’ 5-1 win over the Brewers.
Anderson had still not given a hit when he arrived at the mound in 7e round before crossing paths with Daniel Vogelbach, who hit a single. Pablo Reyes then hit a double moment later that kicked Anderson out of the game. Vogelbach crossed the plate a few strokes later, which, however, was Brewers’ only point in the game.
Atlanta started the game strong and added four points to the table in the first two rounds of the game.
Freddie Freeman and William Contreras narrowly home run in the Braves victory.
At the Brewers, Brett Anderson had a more difficult night as he admitted four earned runs on eight hits in three innings and two-thirds of the work.
After beating Milwaukee on Friday, the Braves can complete the three-game series on Sunday.
The Brewers have now lost 10 of their last 13 games and are now playing for .500.
Trevor Bauer completed 10 strikes, Max Muncy hit three and the Los Angeles Dodgers closed out the Miami Marlins 7-0 on Saturday.
The Dodgers won their fourth straight game.
Bauer (4-2) hit two hits and allowed only three runners to hit the trails. The right-hander knocked out Marlins’ last 11 hits. Only one runner managed to reach second base.
It was the third time in his last nine starts that Bauer had stayed on the mound for at least seven innings. He threw 113 throws, of which 71 catches.
Muncy had his second three-hit game of the season. The first baseman extended the lead for the Dodgers to 3-0 on the fifth with a single.
Jordan Holloway (1-2) did not admit a run for the Marlins in the first three innings, but struggled in the fourth. Justin Turner and Muncy started the set with singles, so Will Smith took him for a walk to fill the bases.
Turner came in to score when Chris Taylor went once in Holloway, who was then kicked out of the game.
The Marlins were limited to two hits for the second time this season.
The Dodgers added three runs in the eighth round.
After being humiliated 17-2 the day before, the Diamondbacks Nationals reciprocated on Saturday with an offensive party in an 11-4 victory.
Nationals 4 – Diamondbacks 11
The D-backs were quick to hear their sticks when Eduardo Escobar and Daulton Varsho each hit singles, giving Arizona a 3-1 lead.
Escobar was the real spark plug offensively when he added two circuits later. He finished the game with three hits, three goals and seven RBIs.
Joe Ross lost to the Nationals after a tough outing. He admitted eight earned races to eight hits in four rounds of work.
So far, in two games in the series, 34 points have not been scored.
Elsewhere in National
Giants 6 – Pirates 8
SF: Darin Ruf and Brandon Crawford beat home teams in the first half to give the Giants a 3-0 lead
PIT: Jacob Stallings hit three hits on top of producing four runs, including a two-run homer late in the ninth inning that ended the game
Cardinal 3 – Padres 13
STL: Adam Wainwright admitted six earned races in eight hits in four rounds of work
SD: Aaron Nola ends the game with three hits, sets a personal record with six RBIs
Reds 6 – Rockies 5 (12 rounds)
CIN: Nick Castellanos hit double for the 12th win
COL: Ryan McMahon hit his 9th homer of the season to give the Rockies a 2-0 lead in the first half