07.09.2021 kl. 7:54 CEST
Left-winger Justin Meadows equalized with a rushing homer in the ninth inning, Dominican designated hitter Nelson Cruz took the lead with a single of 10 and The Tampa Bay Rays hit six touchdowns to beat the Boston Red Sox 11-10.
The Rays, the leaders of the AL East division, took advantage of four conflicting errors, the worst being when midfielder, Mexican Alex Verdugo, failed to catch a Cruz fly apparently due to the sun with loaded goals and two strikeouts in the fourth. The ball bounced off Verdugo’s glove, and Cruz ended up turning all the pads on the game and scoring when second baseman Taylor Motter hit a wild course that brought Tampa Bay closer to 7-5. Against starter Chris Sale. Cruz also added a homerun and a pair of singles to Ray’s case, increasing the lead in AL East to eight and a half games against the New York Yankees, who also lost 8-0 to Blue. From Toronto. Jays.
The Red Sox missed the opportunity to pass the Yankees for first place in the American League wild card. With the Red Sox in the lead 9-8, Meadows opened the ninth and hit a fastball full count for relief Garrett Whitlock (7-3). The ball bounced off the wall at Fenway Park’s midfield without Verdugo catching it as he jumped. Boston missed the stints and Meadows dominated the home record.
After 11-9 in the 10th round, Boston closed the lead to one when Cuba’s Jose Iglesias hit Collin McHigh (6-1). With a strikeout against and runners in the first and middle, JD Martinez unleashed an undeniable right side. Once again, the Latin stick of the rays was decisive with Cuban Randy Arozarena 6-2, two races scored, one product. The Dominicans, rookie Wander Franco at 6-4, who tied Mickey Mantle’s mark with 36 ons in a row and three races, as well as Cruz who went 6-3, three races scored and three run-in races also stood out.
For the Red Sox, the Cuban José Iglesias had 1-1, an RBI. Rafael Devers 4-2, one scored, one product. Puerto Rican Christian Vázquez 5-1, one goal, one RBI. Panamanian Jonathan Araúz 5-1, two races scored, one race struck.
Cubs knock Reds out of wild card slots
First baseman Frank Schwindel broke a draw with a single RBI in the eighth inning and The Chicago Cubs beat the Cincinnati Reds 4-3. Schwindel’s right – handed single drove pinch hitter Alfonso Rivas, who started the rally with a Michael Lorenzen (0-2) single and then moved up to second place in the wilderness. Schwindel hits 0.441 (15 hits in 34 strokes) with six homers and 14 RBIs in a series of eight games.
Chicago, already eliminated from the playoffs, claimed the seventh straight win, their best series of the season. The Reds (73-66) lost seven more. They woke up in third place in the National League Wild Cards candidacy, half a game away from the San Diego Padres.
Citizens return to the Mets
Third baseman Carter Kieboom and pinch hitter Andrew Stevenson beat RBI singles in the ninth round against nearest Puerto Rican Edwin Díaz and The Washington Nationals regrouped to defeat the New York Mets 4-3, in the last match in a series of five matches. The Nationals, who had lost eight of their last nine games, were 1-1 with a running back in scoring before the ninth. First baseman Pete Alonso hit his 30th homerun of the season for New York, which is now four games behind Atlanta in the Eastern NL.
A series marked by return was decided with one of the locals. With a 3-2 lead, Diaz transferred the three best hits he faced before Stevenson’s single in the right field. Kieboom then picked the cross for winning points.
It was the second time in four days that Díaz (5-5) missed the save. He is 1-3 with a 12.71 ERA in 10 games with the Mets at Nationals Park.
Scherzer, unbeaten with 13 strikeouts in Dodgers victory
Starter Max Scherzer struck out 13 sticks in his hometown, left-back Chris Taylor hit a two-run homerun and The Los Angeles Dodgers beat the St. Louis Cardinals 5-1. Scherzer (13-4) allowed a dirty run and six hits in eight innings in his 104th game in which he struck out at least 10 strokes, including six games against St. Louis. The pitcher is a draw to fifth place in that series in Major League Baseball history. Kannen also started the ninth season with more than 200 strikeouts in his career. The three-time winner of the Cy Young Award is six strikeouts away from becoming the 19th player to reach 3,000 in major league history.
The Dodgers have won Scherzer’s seven starts since the St. Louis natives were acquired in a deal with the Washington Nationals involving multiple players. The Cardinals suffered their fourth loss in five games. They were three and a half games behind San Diego which was still held in the competition for the National League’s second wild card.
St. Louis right-handed Miles Mikolas (0-2) suffered the loss and conceded five runs, four rebounds and five hits in five innings. First baseman Paul Goldschmidt had three hits for the Cardinals, and Tommy Edman scored the team’s only score on an Austin Barnes field that was far to sixth.
Estrada hits two home races in the Giants’ victory
Venezuela’s second baseman Thairo Estrada hit two of San Francisco’s four home runs, starter Kevin Gausman worked seven innings with control and Giants beat Colorado Rockies 10-5 to retain the lead in one game in the NL West Division. The Giants (88-50), made with the best record in the majors, won two of the weekend’s three games against the Dodgers and regained the lead in the overall standings.
With home runs from first baseman Darin Ruf and wide receiver Buster Posey, San Francisco has 206 home runs this season. Toronto also beat four home runs Monday at Yankee Stadium to stay ahead of the Major League with 210.
Gausman (13-5) led 8-1 in the fifth inning, allowing three runs on five hits in a long performance that eased the worn-out Giants boxing. On batting, Gausman scored a single and scored a race. It was the first time that two pitchers growing up in Colorado met at Coors Field.
With Estrada going 5-3 with two touchdowns and three RBIs, Honduras midfielder Mauricio Dubón was 4-3 with one goal and two RBIs as the Latin Americans supported the attack. Giants.
Harper, Miller and Segura destroy Brewers
Right winger Bryce Harper hit a home run early, first baseman Brad Miller hit two home runs and second baseman Jean Segura hit a grand for starter Zach Wheeler and Philadelphia Phillies beat Milwaukee Brewers 12-0. Left-back Andrew McCutchen and Venezuela’s third baseman Freddy Galvis also hit home runs, and Philadelphia has won the eighth of its last 10 games and is still battling for a playoff spot. The Phillies have beaten National League Central-leading Brewers five in a row this season.
Wheeler (12-9) effectively hit three innings and beat pitcher Brandon Woodruff (9-8) in another right-handed clash since the All-Star Game. On May 6 in Philadelphia, Wheeler scored three goals in a 2-0 victory over Woodruff, who knocked out 11 in that match.
Harper quickly gave the Phillies the lead with his 28th homer, a two-run hit in the first. Galvis did the same in the second and Miller started the fourth as well.
The Latin American stick was complete with the Phillies after Odúbel Herrera had 5-1, one scored and one race struck in and joined the contribution from compatriots Galvis at 3-1, one scored, one offspring and Ronald Torreyes at 3. -2, one scored and one race struck, while Segura went 5-3, two races and four races struck.
Rookie Meyers leads Astros’ explosive attack
Rookie midfielder Jake Meyers hit a home run and produced four runs Houston Astros, who beat the Seattle Mariners 11-2 after punishing the Japanese starter Yusei Kikuchi harshly early. The Astros offense did not breathe Kikuchi (7-8) when he allowed three hits, but was ruled out due to a foul and four trips, which he made his best score of the season, in just two-thirds of a round. work, the shortest opening this season. He conceded six points, four of which were earned. With the victory, division leaders AL West ended a losing streak and broke Seattle’s five winning streak.
Houston starter Lance McCullers Jr. (11-4) allowed four hits and two runs and struck out six hits in six innings for its third win in a row. For the Astros, Venezuelans José Altuve went 4-2, one scored, one produced, while Cubans Yuli Gurriel had 4-2, three runs, and Aledmys Díaz 4-1, one scored, two runs scored. Puerto Rican Carlos Correa went 3-2, two races scored and also helped Houston (80-57).