MLB Roundup: Indians Get One other Stroll-Off In opposition to Royals

2021-07-10 08:49:58 GMT + 00: 00 – Bobby Bradley homered in the ninth inning when hosts Cleveland beat Kansas City 2-1 on Friday, the second straight night that the Indians walked the Royals -Off manner surpassed.

Indian starter Triston McKenzie only allowed one hit in seven innings, his longest career outing. He only went one and struck nine.

Royals starter Brad Keller delivered a run on four hits in 7 2/3 innings, the longest outing for a Kansas City starter of the season. He had nine strikeouts that season.

Bradley Zimmer of Cleveland opened the scoring with an RBI single in the second inning, and Jorge Soler of Kansas City linked the competition with a home run in the eighth inning.

Mariners 7, angels 3

Mitch Haniger scored a tiebreak grand slam in the eighth inning when Seattle beat a tape measure home run by Shohei Ohtani to defeat the visit to Los Angeles.

Ohtani scored his 33rd major league home run, a 463-foot blow to the upper deck in right field at T-Mobile Park. It was the third longest homer in ballpark history, behind a 465-foot shot by Chris Carter of Milwaukee in 2016 and a 464-foot shot by Jose Abreu of the Chicago White Sox in 2017.

Drew Steckenrider (3-2) took the win with a goalless inning of relief. Marco Gonzales started for the Mariners, allowing three runs in 5 2/3 innings, while Angels starter Alex Cobb gave two runs (both undeserved) in 5 1/3 innings.

Mets 13, pirates 4

Francisco Lindor’s Grand Slam crowned hosts New York’s ten-fold sixth inning breakout in a win over Pittsburgh.

The Mets have won five of the last seven. The pirates lost eight out of eleven.

The teams were tied 2-2 before 10 of the first 11 Mets hit the plate in the sixth base they reached against a trio of Pirates pitchers. Starter JT Brubaker (4-9) allowed Brandon Nimmo a leadoff single and left Francisco Lindor before Dominic Smith delivered the green RBI single. Pete Alonso pursued Brubaker by hitting a triple homer on the next pitch.

Twins 4, Tiger 2

Max Kepler hit a two-run triple to highlight a sixth four-run inning, and Kenta Maeda extended his scoreless inning distance to 11 when Minnesota defeated Detroit at Minneapolis.

Maeda kept the Tigers on just two singles and two walks over five innings while striking seven. Jorge Alcala (2-3) took the win and did not allow any runs with two hits over 1 1/3 innings.

Robbie Grossman homered for Detroit, who fell 3-11 in their last 14 games against Minnesota. Matt Manning (1-3), who did not allow a hit in the first 4 1/3 innings, took the loss and allowed two runs with two hits over five innings.

Red Sox 11, Phillies 5

JD Martinez got off to a green start in three runs in the second inning and had four RBIs to spark Boston on a visit to Philadelphia.

Enrique Hernandez had a solo homer and two RBIs for Boston, which won the start of a three-game series. Rafael Devers added a solo blast, Christian Vazquez drove in two runs, and Hunter Renfroe and Alex Verdugo each had an RBI.

Alec Bohm hit a two-run single, JT Realmuto (2-for-4) had two RBIs, and Bryce Harper also ran in one run for Philadelphia. Phillies starter Vince Velasquez (3-4) gave up the worst eight runs of the season with six hits with four walks and two strikeouts over 2 1/3 innings.

Braves 5, Marlins 0

Charlie Morton tossed seven goalless innings and Freddie Freeman hit a home run, taking Atlanta over hosts Miami.

Morton (8-3) only allowed two hits – both singles – and two walks while hitting seven. He withdrew nine of the first 10 Marlins batter and 11 of the last 12 to face him.

Ozzie Albies, Austin Riley and Dansby Swanson each had two hits and an RBI for the Braves.

Rangers 3, athletics 2

Adolis Garcia’s two-run go-ahead single highlighted a sixth inning with three runs, and Texas held on to beat Oakland in Arlington, Texas.

Oakland’s Cole Irvin (6-8) did not allow a hit in the first five innings but took the loss after being charged with three runs on three hits with no out in the sixth.

Jordan Lyles (5-5) threw six innings of the two-run ball for victory. He allowed seven hits and a step while hitting three.

Cubs 10, cardinals 5

Joc Pederson and Kris Bryant met in three-point doubles to elevate Chicago beyond the visit to St. Louis.

Patrick Wisdom added a double home run for the Cubs, who have won only a second time in their last 14 games. Cubs starter Kyle Hendricks (11-4) only delivered two runs on seven hits and one walk in 6 1/3 innings.

Paul DeJong hit a two-run homer for the Cardinals, who lost for a fourth time in six games. St. Louis’ Wade LeBlanc (0-2) lasted only three innings, allowing three runs on five hits and three walks.

Rays 7, blue jay 1

Ji-Man Choi drove three runs when Tampa Bay defeated Toronto in St. Petersburg, Florida, winning its fifth game in a row.

The Rays used three relievers that allowed a hit in the last five innings. Starter Shane McClanahan went four innings and gave up a run on a hit. He recorded five of the team’s 14 strikeouts.

Tampa Bay chased Toronto rookie Alek Manoah (2-1) in the fourth run after knocking Choi in the knee with loaded bases and drove in the third run of the night of the Rays.

Reds 2, Brewers 0

Wade Miley hit more than eight effective innings and the collapsing Jesse Winker delivered an RBI double when Cincinnati won at Milwaukee.

Miley (7-4) gave up seven hits, hit four, and left three. His night ended when he allowed Avisail Garcia a double on his first field of ninth place. Heath Hembree entered to meet the next three batter for his fifth save.

Eric Lauer (3-4) accepted the defeat, although he only allowed one run on four hits in six innings. He fanned out three and left four.

Yankees 4, Astros 0

Brett Gardner and DJ LeMahieu delivered two-run doubles as New York won the opening three-game road series against Houston.

Yankees starter Nestor Cortes threw 4 2/3 innings of the shutout ball while the bullpen took care of the rest.

Jake Odorizzi (3-4) accepted the defeat despite a high quality start. He threw six innings of the ball with two passes, gave up seven hits and no walks while hitting four.

Giants 5, Nationals 3

Curt Casali, Darin Ruf and Wilmer Flores hit home runs and five San Francisco relievers combined a visit to Washington in the last five innings.

Casali hit a two-run homer in the second before Ruf had a solo shot in the fifth and Flores hit a solo homer in the seventh. The Giants lead the Major League with 130 homers.

Washington’s Tres Barrera, kicking in when Yan Gomes was knocked out in the second inning with an oblique injury, hit a two-run triple.

Diamondbacks 5, Dodgers 2

Taylor Widener hit 4 1/3 effective innings on his return from the injured list, and Eduardo Escobar hit a two-run home run when Arizona won for the first time in 10 attempts in Los Angeles.

Brett de Geus (1-0) scored two outs on four fields to take his first career win and Joakim Soria scored a goalless ninth inning for his third save.

AJ Pollock scored a home run for the Dodgers. David Price has put down three goalless innings in his longest outing of the season.

Padres 4, Rockies 2

Miguel Diaz and three other San Diego rescuers kept Colorado scoreless on a hit in the last 5 1/3 innings as the Padres drove to victory.

Wil Myers crowned sixth place in two runs with a tiebreak double, which finally brought the Padres to the top in the beginning of a series with three games.

Diaz (3-1) allowed one hit and no walks, while easing three in 2 2/3 goalless innings. Mark Melancon took his 27th save in the Major League with a 1-2-3 ninth inning. Rockies starter Kyle Freeland gave up three runs on five hits in over five innings.

Twins 4, Tiger 2

Max Kepler hit a two-run triple to highlight a sixth four-run inning, and Kenta Maeda extended his scoreless inning distance to 11 when Minnesota defeated Detroit at Minneapolis.

Maeda kept the Tigers on just two singles and two walks over five innings while striking seven.

Robbie Grossman homered for the Tigers, who dropped to 3-11 in their last 14 games against Minnesota.

–Field-level media

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