MLB recap: Brewers Edge Padres within the 10th inning

May 27, 2021; Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA; Milwaukee Brewers center fielder Jackie Bradley Jr. (41) celebrates after beating the San Diego Padres in the tenth inning at American Family Field. Mandatory Credit: Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports

Jackie Bradley Jr. skirted a walk-off single from the right field fence with two in the bottom of the 10th inning to hit Omar Narvaez from third place and give the Milwaukee Brewers a 6-5 win over the visiting San Diego Padres .

Narvaez opened the inning in second place after the Padres failed to score in tenth place, and he moved up to third after a sacrifice from Keston Hiura. Miguel Diaz (2-1), the sixth pitcher of the Padres, was eliminated by Luis Urias shortly before Bradley’s decisive goal.

Willy Adames went 4-on-5 with four RBIs, including a three-run homer, the first long ball since arriving at Tampa Bay on May 21. Avisail Garcia added two hits to Milwaukee that split the four-game series.

Both Padre’s starter Ryan Weathers and Brewer’s starter Adrian Houser allowed one hit per person when registering non-decisions. Weathers issued two five-throw walks in four scoreless innings. Houser gave out a walk with four strikers in five innings.

Indians 5, tigers 2

Shane Bieber carried a no-hitter into the seventh inning, Eddie Rosario hit a homer with two runs and drove in three runs. A visit to Cleveland defeated Detroit.

Bieber (5-3) hit 12 in his seven-inning stint. Harold Ramirez had two hits, drove in two runs and scored two more, while Jose Ramirez scored two hits and scored twice. The Indians won the four-game series 3-1.

Jonathan Schoop broke up the no-hitter with a solo homer and Victor Reyes added an RBI triple. Matthew Boyd (2-6) gave up four runs with six hits in more than five innings.

Mets 1, Rockies 0 (Game 1)

Marcus Stroman threw six strong innings and Jose Peraza buckled up a solo homer to bring hosts New York over Colorado in the first game of a double header.

Stroman struck three and went two. In 14 innings against Colorado this season, Stroman has allowed only one run and six hits while fanning eight.

The German Marquez (3-5) suffered the loss despite having a strong excursion up the hill and scoring one of the Rockies’ three hits. Marquez allowed a run with three hits, hit six, and went one of six innings.

Mets 4, Rockies 2 (Game 2)

Jose Peraza had two RBIs, Billy McKinney scored two runs and hosts New York swept the double header against Colorado.

Aaron Loup (2-0) threw an inning of relief and Jacob Barnes took out the final for his second save.

CJ Cron had a hit and a run, and Raimel Tapia and Connor Joe added RBI singles for Colorado. Rockie’s shortstop Trevor Story left in the fourth inning because of the tightness in his right arm.

Rays 7, Royals 2

Austin Meadows had a home run and a triple, running four runs when Tampa Bay defeated Kansas City in St. Petersburg, Florida.

The Rays claimed the three-game series two games to one as they had more runs (seven) through four innings on Thursday than the teams scored in the first two games of the series combined (six).

Shane McClanahan (2-0) kept the Royals off balance, allowing only three hits through five goalless innings, scoring six hits without a walk. Brady Singer (2-4) from Kansas City was ineffective from the start. He gave up six runs with four hits in 2 2/3 innings. Ryan O’Hearn faced the Royals.

Cubs 5, Pirates 3

Kris Bryant and Patrick Wisdom met in Chicago when they defeated Pittsburgh for three games.

Ian Happ and Javier Baez added RBIs for the Cubs. Chicago starter Kyle Hendricks (5-4) threw seven innings and allowed three runs and six hits without walks and five strikeouts. Ryan Tepera got the last four outs for his first save.

Bryan Reynolds, Gregory Polanco and Michael Perez faced the pirates, who have lost six times in a row. Pittsburgh starter Tyler Anderson (3-5) gave up four hits and four runs, two of them in five innings with one walk and four strikeouts.

Phillies 3, Marlins 2

Ronald Torreyes knocked out a potential double-play grounder to make an outfield decision to meet Odubel Herrera from third base in the ninth inning and bring Philadelphia past hosts Miami.

Rhys Hoskins hit his third homer in the last six games, while Rafael Marchan and Herrera each added two hits for the Phillies, who split the four-game streak. Jose Alvarado (4-0) took the win for relief after giving up the lead in the eighth inning. Hector Neris scored his ninth save on eleven occasions.

Marlin’s starter Pablo Lopez threw seven strong innings, giving up four hits and two runs, along with five strikeouts and one walk. Garrett Cooper had a tight RBI single to expand his hit streak to 11 games.

Nationals 5, Reds 3 (Completion of the locked game)

Luis Garcia’s first career triple sparked a sixth inning in two runs that gave hosts Washington sufficient reassurance to end a win over Cincinnati after ending a game that had been suspended the night before due to weather conditions.

The game restarted at the end of the fourth inning with the Nationals 3-0 ahead.

Austin Voth (1-0) took the win to relief after throwing two goalless innings after restarting play. Jeff Hoffman (3-4) lost after his tough start on Wednesday. He left the game with a pain in his right shoulder after 1 1/3 innings after going five batters without an admission strike.

Reds 3, Nationals 0 (Game 2)

Sonny Gray gave up just two hits over six goalless innings when Cincinnati knocked out hosts Washington in seven innings in the second game of a shared double-header.

Gray (1-3) hit five and went one on 90 fields when the Reds took two of three games from the Nationals. Lucas Sims took a goalless ninth place to make his third score of the season. Two of them came in the series against Washington.

Nationals starter Stephen Strasburg (1-2) finished the race with five strikeouts and gave up five hits in five innings. It was his second start since returning from the injured list after recovering from an infection in his right shoulder.

Blue Jays 2, Yankees 0 (Game 1)

Alek Manoah made a formidable debut in the Major League, allowing only two hits in six innings when a visit to Toronto in the first game of a double-header won over New York.

Marcus Semien and Bo Bichette met consecutive homers ahead of Domingo German (4-3) with two outs in the third, but the story was Manoah, the first pitcher from the 2019 draft to reach the majors.

Manoah (1-0) struck seven and went two. The 23-year-old right-hander fastball hit a top speed of 97.3 mph and took 13 swings and misses.

Yankees 5, Blue Jays 3 (Game 2)

Gary Sanchez hit a tiebreaking solo homer in the fourth inning when hosts New York beat Toronto to save a double-header split.

The Yankees bounced back from an early 3-1 deficit thanks to the heavy swings of Aaron Judge and Sanchez. New York avoided a third consecutive defeat after a winning streak in six games. Aaron Judge hit his 13th homer and knocked in three runs.

Bo Bichette busted his eleventh home run of the season and beat three RBIs when Toronto fell for the seventh time in nine games.

– Field level media

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