MLB recap: Reds’ Wade Miley throws the 4th no-hitter of the season

Cincinnati left-handed Wade Miley threw the fourth no-hitter of the young baseball season on Friday and led the Reds to a 3-0 win over hosts Cleveland Indians.

Miley (4-2) hit eight and went one. The 34-year-old veteran took just eight pitches to navigate the ninth inning and threw 114 for the game.

Miley, who started with an ERA of 2.67 but allowed all eight of his runs this season over his previous three starts, was eliminated from the first 16 fights he faced on Friday, hitting six.

The perfect game offer ended when Amed Rosario encountered a field error from Red’s second baseman Nick Senzel in the sixth inning. Rosario went to second base when Senzel also made a throwing error in the same game.

The Indians, who had won five straight and nine straight wins, were without hits for the second time this season. Carlos Rodon of the White Sox threw a no-no to them in an 8-0 decision in Chicago on April 14th.

White Sox 3, Royals 0

Carlos Rodon cut his earned run average to 0.58 with six scoreless innings when Chicago hosts beat Kansas City to start a three-game series. He did not allow any runner to get past the second base.

Rodon (5-0) has allowed two deserved runs in 31 innings this season. His ERA is the best in the American League, following only Jacob deGrom of the Mets (.51) in all of baseball. Zack Collins met the white man.

Salvador Perez had four of the Royals’ eight hits. Royals starter Brad Keller (2-4) gave up three runs with five hits over six innings. He struck six and went only one.

Athletics 2, rays 1

Seth Brown busted a walk-off solo homer with two outs in the ninth inning, and Oakland won the start of a three-game series against Tampa Bay.

Oakland left-hander Sean Manaea took a no-hitter in the eighth inning but ended up with a no-hitter. Brown delivered an RBI single in the seventh before he pushed a 1-1 pitch from left-hander Jeffrey Springs (2-1) for his first career walk-off homer deep into the right field seats.

Jake Diekman (2-0) recorded the final two outs in ninth place for Oakland, who took their fourth win of the season and scored Tampa Bay’s winning streak in five games. Mike Zunino’s single-to-center field brought the game to eighth for the Rays.

Marlins 6, Brewers 1

Isan Diaz celebrated his first career Grand Slam and hosts Miami ended their season high with their fourth win in a row. Milwaukee posted its sixth consecutive setback, the Brewers’ worst skid since July 2018.

Brewer starter Brent Suter (2: 2) went after 2 1/3 innings due to a cramp in his right calf. The left-hander allowed four hits, one step and three runs with two swings.

Rookie left-hander Trevor Rogers (4-2) took the win, allowing four hits, two walks and one run in five innings. He hit six and lowered his ERA to 1.89.

Giants 5, Padres 4

Austin Slater buckled a homer from the opposing field to open seventh place to break a tie and give San Francisco a win over San Diego in an early battle for first place in National League West.

The home run against right-handed Padres reliever Keone Kela (2: 2) was Slater’s third win of the season and brought Reliever Camilo Doval (1: 1) his first win in the Major League. Left-handed Jake McGee made his eighth save by beating the next three batters after completing a lead-off walk on the ninth.

The Giants turned the ferocity of Padres starter Blake Snell into a 4-0 lead, but the Padres linked the game in sixth place with two homers from Trent Grisham and Eric Hosmer.

Cardinals 5, Rockies 0

Jack Flaherty threw seven scoreless innings and hit a homer to take St. Louis past a visit to Colorado.

Flaherty (6-0), the first six-game winner of the season, knocked out six batters, allowing only three hits and a walk. He pulled back the last 13 batters he faced.

Harrison Bader hit a two-run homer for the Cardinals, and Nolan Arenado had two hits in his first game against his former side.

Phillies 12, Braves 2

Odubel Herrera hit a three-run homer to highlight a six-run first inning and finished the race with four RBIs to lift Philadelphia over hosts Atlanta.

Herrera was 4-2 with a walk as the Phillies hit a season high of 16 goals, extending their winning streak to five games. JT Realmuto had three hits including a two run homer and Jean Segura had four hits with two runs and two RBIs. The victorious pitcher Zach Eflin worked 6 2/3 innings and allowed two runs with five hits, one walk and eight strikeouts.

Atlanta starter Charlie Morton (2: 2) could not escape the first inning. He was marked for six runs, none of which were earned, with four hits, two walks, and a strike in two-thirds of an inning. Dansby Swanson had two hits, including a homer, for the Braves, and Marcell Ozuna also had two of Atlanta’s five hits.

Red Sox 6, Orioles 2

Bobby Dalbec hit a three-run homer during Boston’s four fourth innings to complement a strong start from Eduardo Rodriguez in beating hosts Baltimore.

Rodriguez (5-0) allowed a run with seven hits over five innings to improve to 11-5 in his career against Baltimore. The unique prospect of Orioles went three and turned down two.

Ryan Mountcastle (3-4) scored a solo home run and Trey Mancini also had an RBI for Baltimore. Orioles right-hander Matt Harvey (3-2) made his shortest start to the season, lasted only four innings and gave up four runs – all undeserved – with four hits with a walk and three strikeouts.

Angel 9, Dodgers 2

David Fletcher scored runscoring hits in each of the four innings of the Angels in defeating Los Angeles area rival Dodgers.

Griffin Canning (3-2) allowed a run for 5 2/3 innings and combined an eight hit with Patrick Sandoval as the Angels suffered a five game loss and the Dodgers, who lost four straights, extended a long tail spin and are 4-14 since a 13-2 start.

Fletcher finished the 3v5 race with three RBIs while Shohei Ohtani had a pair of RBI doubles. Mike Trout had two hits, including a triple with runs scoring. Dodger’s starter Julio Urias (4-1) allowed five runs with eight hits and no walks while scoring four over five innings, and Mookie Betts hit a solo home run.

Cubs 3, Pirates 2

Chicago right-handed Zach Davies threw seven scoreless innings to visit Pittsburgh.

Joc Pederson was 3-4 with an RBI single and one run for Chicago, which won its fourth straight game despite giving up two runs in the ninth inning. Rex Brothers took the finals for its first parade since 2013.

Davies (2-2) gave up five hits, all singles, with a walk and a strikeout.

Nationals 11, Yankees 4

Josh Harrison hit a three run homer after Trea Turner gave the go-ahead and Washington took advantage of three mistakes to score six runs with eight innings to beat hosts New York.

Yan Gomes and Juan Soto hit two homers and Josh Bell scored a solo shot for the Nationals, and DJ LeMahieu scored twice and had three hits, and Gary Sanchez scored for the Yankees too.

Reliever Kyle Finnegan (2-0) threw a goalless seventh place to score the win for Washington, who ended a three-game slide. The New York setup man Jonathan Loaisiga (3: 2) had to accept the loss.

Mets 5, Diamondbacks 4 (10 innings)

Rookie Patrick Mazeika racked up his first major league RBI in the 10th inning when hosts New York made a comeback and beat Arizona.

Francisco Lindor cracked a home run while Michael Conforto and Jonathan Villar had RBI singles for the Mets, who have won three times in a row.

The Diamondbacks, who have lost four straight times, scored three runs in the second round when Tim Locastro was hit by a pitch with loaded bases and Kelly and Christian Walker pulled subsequent runs from Mets starter David Peterson.

Astros 10, Blue Jays 4

Carlos Correa and Yuli Gurriel hit two home runs and Jose Urquidy delivered seven strong innings when Houston beat Visiting Toronto.

Urquidy (3-2) won his third start in a row and allowed two or fewer runs for the fifth time in seven starts. The Astros opened their season high homestand with 10 games with 15 hits, with Gurriel finishing 4v4 with four RBIs.

The Blue Jays got solo homers from Bo Bichette and Danny Jansen. Ross Stripling (0-2) scored 3 2/3 innings and gave up three runs with six hits.

Mariners 5, Rangers 4

Mitch Haniger won the game in the seventh inning when Seattle beat Texas in the opener of a three-game series in Arlington, Texas.

JP Crawford and Dylan Moore hit two homers for the Mariners. Seattle starter Chris Flexen (3-1) scored 6 1/3 innings and gave up four runs with 10 hits with one walk and two strikeouts. He helped his own cause by picking a first base runner twice.

Nate Lowe smashed a solo shot more than 450 feet into direct midfield for the Rangers. Texan starter Mike Foltynewicz allowed four runs with six hits in 6 2/3 innings with one walk and five strikeouts.

Twins 7, Tiger 3

Matt Shoemaker tossed five scoreless innings and Minnesota hit three solo homers while retiring for a win in Detroit.

The shoemaker (2-3) allowed four hits and two walks while scoring five hits. Kyle Garlick, Jorge Polanco and Max Kepler met for the twins. Polanco hit the base four times, scored two runs and drove two, and Kepler added two RBIs.

The Detroit starter Tarik Skubal (0-5) gave up two solo homers in five innings, but also reached his career with eight strikeouts. Willi Castro hit a homer with three runs and Miguel Cabrera hit the base four times.

– Field level media

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