MLB recap: BoSox lost O’s in 10 for 5th straight win
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Michael Chavis scored from third place on a wild field and Christian Vazquez won another run in the 10th inning when the Boston Red Sox beat hosts Baltimore Orioles 6-4 on Saturday night.
Boston has won five straight games after being defeated by the Orioles in the season opening series. Meanwhile, the Orioles have lost four out of five since defeating Fenway.
Baltimore were eighth 3-2 but drew and then took the lead when Freddy Galvis won with a tie against Ryan McKenna. Boston scored 4-4 in the ninth game when Marwin Gonzalez scored a groundout from Bobby Dalbec.
Rafael Devers had a big game for the Red Sox when he hit a home run and had a hand in Boston’s first three runs.
Blue Jays 15, Angel 1
A seven second inning gave Toronto an early lead and resulted in a win over Los Angeles in Dunedin, Florida.
The game started after a 2 1/2 hour rain delay, but it wasn’t long before the Blue Jays pounded the Angels in a huge hole thanks to a pivotal game that resulted in two mistakes at shortstop Jose Iglesias.
Bo Bichette finished with two doubles, five RBIs and three runs scored, Espinal had three hits and Josh Palacios, making his second career major league start, had four hits and scored four runs. The Angels scored their only run of the game at a home game for Anthony Rendon, his first of the season in the fourth inning.
Dodgers 9, Nationals 5
Chris Taylor scored a triple home run and AJ Pollock added a triple double as Los Angeles took a win from its first series of the season with a home win over Washington.
Zach McKinstry had a single with two runs and Justin Turner had one run with a double when Los Angeles won their third series in three tries and improved to 2-0 at home.
Juan Soto hit his first two home runs of the season for the Nationals while left-handed Patrick Corbin (0-1) made his season debut six runs with six hits with three runs over 4 1/3 innings -List.
Marlins 3, Mets 0
Jacob deGrom hit a career high with 14 playoffs but suffered another loss of bad luck for hosts New York as Jazz Chisholms Homer in the second inning was the only run Miami would need to win.
Trevor Rogers (NYSE 🙂 allowed three hits and two walks while scoring ten over six innings to claim his second career win – both against the Mets in games where he faced deGrom at Citi Field – for the Marlins who scored a four-game losing streak. Dylan Floro and Richard Bleier each threw a perfect inning before Yimi Garcia took a perfect ninth place for the first time this season.
Jesus Aguilar and Miguel Rojas each had RBI singles in ninth for the Marlins.
Rays 4, Yankees 0
Austin Meadows and Randy Arozarena each met when Tampa Bay continued its dominance over a visit to New York.
The Rays have defeated the Yankees for the 12th time in their last 14 regular season meetings and have beaten New York 14-5 in the first two games of this series.
Meadows secured his third homer of the season and seventh career against the Yankees, only two batters in the game. He gave the Rays a 1-0 lead when he made a 2-1 change from Domingo German (0-2) from the foul pole in the right field.
Mariners 4, Twins 3 (10)
Mitch Haniger homered and drove a victim fly in the 10th inning in the winning run, and Taylor Trammell hit his first major league homer to take Seattle past Minnesota in Minneapolis.
The Mariners scored the winning run ahead of Taylor Rogers (0-1) when Trammell, who started second with the inning, moved up to third with a colorful single from Braden Bishop and later scored a hit when Haniger’s victim flew to the left.
Nelson Cruz had two hits, including a home run, and Byron Buxton also had two hits for the Twins, whose three losses this season have all accrued in extra innings.
Brewers 9, Cardinals 5
Avisail Garcia was coming home and running five runs when the visit to Milwaukee broke off the visit to St. Louis.
Keston Hiura added a three-run homer for the Brewers who, after averaging 2.3 runs in their last six games, hit 13 hits and a season high. Adrian Houser (1-1) allowed Milwaukee an unmatched run with six hits over more than five innings.
Austin Dean shattered a triple homer for the Cardinals, who had a four-game winning streak. Yadier Molina had three hits for St. Louis.
Athletics 7, Astros 3
Frankie Montas dropped out in the seventh inning, while Ramon Laureano, Jed Lowrie, Sean Murphy and Seth Brown scored two goals when the visit to Oakland defeated Houston.
Montas (1-1) limited the Astros to one run with six hits and one run with five strokes over six innings, while improving to 5-3 in ten career appearances against Houston. He allowed the lone run in his 100th place, a 3-2 slider that Astros rightfield player Kyle Tucker drilled into the right-field seats that led off seventh place.
With Oakland 2-0 up in fifth place, Laureano shot his first home run of the season to stop Astros starter Jose Urquidy (0-1), drive Mark Canha home and double the lead. Lowrie added a single with two runs and two outs in the seventh.
Giants 4, Rockies 3
Brandon Crawford secured a triple home run that led San Francisco to a second straight win over Colorado.
Right-handed Logan Webb combined a nine-stroke with four reliefs as the Giants won their third consecutive overall and second in a row against the Rockies.
Ryan McMahon made his fifth home run of the season for the Rockies, who have lost for the sixth time in their last eight games after beating the Los Angeles Dodgers on opening day.
Indians 11, tigers 3
Jordan Luplow finished five runs, doubled up and drove. The visit to Cleveland resulted in a victory over Detroit.
The Indians beat five home runs, including Franmil Reyes’ third in two games. Roberto Perez hit a homer in two runs and scored four runs, Andres Gimenez also had a shot in two runs and Cesar Hernandez added a solo bang under three hits.
Aaron Civale (2-0) limited the Tigers to one run with three hits and six strokes in 7 2/3 innings. Robbie Grossman hit his first homer of the season and Jeimer Candelario added a ninth inning blast in two runs to Detroit, who have lost five of their last six games.
Pirates 8, boys 2
Pittsburgh put down a second inning with seven runs and Phillip Evans added a home run to break a streak of six losses with a win against Chicago.
Bryan Reynolds scored a two-run double, Kevin Stallings and Colin Moran each scored a two-run single, and Adam Frazier added an RBI double for Pittsburgh, which hadn’t won since defeating the Cubs on opening day.
Kris Bryant scored an RBI double and Joc Pederson an RBI single for the Cubs, who lost three out of four. Chicago starter Zach Davies (1-1) allowed seven runs with five hits in a career low of 1 2/3 innings with three walks and two swings.
Padres 7, Rangers 4
Trent Grisham hit a two heat homer in seventh place to help drive a visit to San Diego to a win.
Jurickson Profar and Jake Cronenworth had three hits apiece when the Padres ended up with 14 hits and 20 base runners.
Isiah Kiner-Falefa had three RBIs for the Rangers on a split doubles and starting homer in the fifth inning.
Braves 5, Phillies 4
A fielding mistake allowed Atlanta to kick off in the seventh inning and it kept beating Philadelphia, extending its winning streak to four games.
With runners on the corners in seventh, Philadelphia reliever Jose Alvarado came into play with an out. He got Freddie Freeman to slam a one-hop comebacker up the hill, but when he turned to start a double game there was no one to cover the second base. He turned and shot home, but Ehire Adrianza hit the throw without a slide.
Adrianza opened the inning with a pinch-hit double and finished third with a single from Ronald Acuna Jr.
Diamondbacks 8, Reds 3
Arizona’s fifth inning in five runs, highlighted by a base clearing single from Stephen Vogt, proved the difference in his win over Cincinnati at Phoenix.
Tim Locastro, who took the lead in Arizona, started with two runs 4-5. Christian Walker went 2-4 with one run and one RBI, and Eduardo Escobar hit his third home run of the season. He finished 2-for-4 with two runs and two RBIs.
Riley Smith (1-0) won his first career start, allowing two runs with eight hits while scoring two with one run in six innings. Cincinnati starter Jeff Hoffman (1-1) suffered the loss and allowed six hits with three runs in 4 1/3 innings.
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