MLB Recap: Brewers defeated Dodgers for the third straight recreation

Travis Shaw’s RBI single scored an eleventh inning in three runs, and the Milwaukee Brewers beat the visiting Los Angeles Dodgers 6-5 for the third straight Saturday.

After Will Smith’s triple threesome put Los Angeles 5-3 ahead in the 11th, the Brewers loaded the bases with nob-outs in the lower part of the frame.

Kolten Wong delivered a sacrificial fly and Avisail Garcia hit a tie single with two outs. Then Shaw, who was returning early in the competition, put a shot in right field in front of Mitch White, the 10th Dodgers pitcher of the night, to end the comeback and send Milwaukee to a ninth win in 12 games.

Not only did the Dodgers fall for the 10th time in their 13th games, they also lost the starting pitcher Dustin May to a right arm injury. May will have an MRI scan on his right elbow in Chicago on Monday, Los Angeles manager Dave Roberts said after the game.

Yankees 6, Tigers 4

Jameson Taillon allowed a run in five effective innings for his first win in exactly two years, and Aaron Judge drove in three runs, including a tiebreaking RBI double in the fifth inning when hosts New York defeated Detroit for their seventh win in 10 games.

Taillon (1-2) allowed three hits in the longest of his five games with the Yankees and didn’t allow a hit until Jeimer Candelario hit with two outs in the fourth. He hit eight and went three in his first win since beating the Texas Rangers on May 1, 2019 for the Pittsburgh Pirates.

A little over three months later, Taillon underwent his second operation on Tommy John and then refined his mechanics during lengthy rehab.

Blue Jays 6, Braves 5 (10 innings)

Randal Grichuk prevailed against a two-part single-to-center field in the 10th inning when Toronto visited Atlanta in Dunedin, Florida.

With the loaded bases Grichuk hammered a 0-1 slider from Nate Jones (0-2) for the game winner of the Blue Jays, who were 6-2 in the last eight games. George Springer went 2-5 with three RBIs and hit his first two home runs as Blue Jay.

Atlanta’s Cristian Pache joined forces for his first career home run, a Grand Slam. Ronald Acuna Jr. went 4-4 with a homer and a double for the Braves, who lost their third straight.

Rangers 8, Red Sox 6

Willie Calhoun got one shot in the sixth inning, two home races, and Texas stopped in Arlington, Texas, ahead of Boston.

Isiah Kiner-Falefa celebrated, tripling in three goals as the Rangers won their last nine games for the third time. Calhoun also had three hits.

Hunter Renfroe hit a two-run homer for the Red Sox, who had lost only a second time in their last six games.

Nationals 7, Marlins 2

Josh Bell hit a season high in four runs and Patrick Corbin scored his first win since August 10, 2020, when hosts Washington beat Miami.

In his last 12 starts, Corbin had left 0-10 with two non-decisions and an ERA of 6.75. On Saturday, Corbin (1-3) allowed four hits, four walks and two runs in a season high of seven innings. He knocked out four batters and lowered his ERA from 9.87 to 8.10.

Miami rookie Paul Campbell lost on his first career start and fifth game overall. Campbell (0-2) lasted only 3 2/3 innings, allowing nine hits and five runs, four of which were earned.

Mets 5, Phillies 4

Michael Conforto’s solo home race ahead of Hector Neris led to the ninth inning and knocked New York past hosts Philadelphia.

Conforto doubled too, running three runs and scoring twice. He has 21 homers in his career against the Phillies. Pete Alonso and Dominic Smith had two hits apiece for the Mets.

Alec Bohm scored, scored twice, scored twice, and knocked in two runs for the Phillies. Nick Maton contributed two hits, including a double.

White Sox 7, Indian 3

Tim Anderson hit a grand slam, Leury Garcia had a double and three RBIs, and Chicago hit a visit to Cleveland.

Lance Lynn (2-1) pitched five artisanal innings to help the White Sox level the series with one win apiece. Lynn allowed three runs with four hits while walking two and hitting two.

Yu Chang finished 3-1 with two RBIs and Austin Hedges had a solo home run for Cleveland, who lost only for the second time in their last six games.

Royals 11, Twins 3

Salvador Perez became the all-time leader among visiting players at Target Field when Kansas City defeated Minnesota in Minneapolis.

May 1, 2021; Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA; Milwaukee Brewers third baseman Travis Shaw, 21, faces a solo home run in the third inning against the Los Angeles Dodgers at American Family Field. Mandatory Credit: Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports

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Perez’s two-time win in the third inning was the 18th of his career in Minnesota. He was connected with 17 home runs by a non-twin with current teammates Santana and Edwin Encarnacion.

Andrew Benintendi scored twice for the Royals, and Ryan O’Hearn also went deep. Alex Kirilloff and Nelson Cruz hit late homers for the Twins.

Orioles 8, A’s 4

A solid performance from pitcher Matt Harvey and a third inning in six runs put Baltimore over hosts Oakland for the third year in a row.

The Orioles won five of their last seven when they won the three-game series against athletics. Oakland has lost four of its last five.

Harvey (3-1) was dominant at times. He allowed two runs with four hits with three walks and a strikeout in 5 2/3 innings.

Cubs 3, Reds 2

Nico Hoerner reached the base four times and won the starting shot in the sixth inning when he rounded off the three-game series against Cincinnati in Chicago.

Rex Brothers (1-0) beat Craig Kimbrel in the fifth inning and Craig Kimbrel knocked out two runners for the fifth time in the ninth game when Chicago won for the second time in their last eight games.

Tyler Stephenson had two goals for Cincinnati, falling to 3-9 in their last 12 games. The Reds had two no outs in game nine before Kimbrel defeated Alex Blandino and Tyler Naquin. Nick Castellanos was then eliminated to end the game.

Astros 3, rays 1

Jose Urquidy hid Tampa Bay over seven innings, Yuli Gurriel drove in two runs in a first three-run inning, and the Astros defeated the Rays in St. Petersburg, Florida.

After Lance McCullers Jr. fired seven goalless shots in the opener on Friday night, Urquidy (2-2) beat five, went one and limited the Rays to four singles. He threw 91 pitches, 68 of which were for strikes.

Alex Bregman started the rating with an RBI single and scored more than enough runs for Urquidy on Gurriel’s hit when the Astros took the series win.

Cardinals 12, pirates 5

Paul DeJong hit a homer with three runs, Justin Williams a pinch hit with two runs, and Nolan Arenado had three RBIs for a visit to St. Louis, which Pittsburgh won for the third year in a row.

Cardinal starter Jack Flaherty (5-0) allowed three runs and six hits in six innings with two walks and nine swings.

Bryan Reynolds scored an RBI double, Colin Moran had a pair of RBI singles and Gregory Polanco had an RBI base goal for Pittsburgh, who fell three times in a row.

Padres 6, Giants 2

Manny Machado hit a three run homer before Giants starter Anthony DeSclafani scored in the first inning when hosts San Diego beat San Francisco for a second straight.

After giving up Machado’s fourth homer of the season, DeSclafani faced the minimum number of hits through six innings. DeSclafani (2-1) suffered the loss, although he allowed three hits and two walks with three rashes in six innings. The right trader’s ERA rose from 1.50 to 2.00.

Blake Snell took the win, his first decision in six starts as a padre. Snell worked five innings, allowing two runs (one deserved) with five hits and three walks with six strikeouts.

Rockies 14, Diamondbacks 6

Colorado produced an eight-time eighth inning, crowned by Dom Nunez’s Grand Slam, as part of an awakening on the plate to a win against Arizona in Phoenix.

The Rockies, who are now 2-10, had just 26 runs in their first 11 games outside Coors Field on Saturday.

They produced 18 hits, including four from Raimel Tapia and three from Trevor Story, who hit a homer with two runs.

Angel 10, Seafarer 5

Jared Walsh hit two home runs and Mike Trout and Anthony Rendon also went down when Los Angeles beat hosts Seattle.

Mitch Haniger returned to Seattle.

Angel’s right-hander Griffin Canning (2-2) threw 5 1/3 innings, allowing only three hits and an inexperienced run. He went two and hit nine, one shy of his career up.

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