NEW YORK (AP) — Jacob deGrom stole 10 in six dominant innings while Edwin Diaz made his 200th career save to help the New York Mets beat the Philadelphia Phillies 1-0 on Saturday night. did.
In the season series against Philadelphia, Pete Alonso hit an RBI early and the NL East leader improved to 31-9 and 10-4 after the loss. Alonso leads his NL with his 97 RBIs.
Diaz had two walks in the ninth, and Philadelphia had runners in the second and third.
DeGrom (2-0) allowed two hits and took no steps in his third start after spending the first half of the season on the injured reserve. This was his second double-digit strikeout game since deGrom returned, and his 55th in the entire regular season.
Philadelphia wasted a great performance from Aaron Nola (8-9), who allowed four hits in eight innings. A right-hander, he struck out eight and walked one. The Phillies finished with three hits.
Dodgers 13, Royals 3
KANSAS CITY, Missouri (AP) — Max Muncy had a home run and four RBIs, Mookie Betts hit a team-leading 26 home runs, and Los Angeles extended their winning streak to 12 games with a victory over Kansas City.
Muncy went 4-for-5, including his 14th home run of the season and a two-run shot to right field in the fourth inning. Betts led the game with a home run as part of the five-run first inning. A season-high six Dodgers hit home runs, including Joey Gallo, Cody Bellinger, Will Smith and Gavin Lux.
Andrew Heaney allowed two runs with five strikeouts in three innings. Dodgers reliever Caleb Ferguson, Chris Martin, Phil Bickford (2-1) and Reyes Moronta won Kansas City.
Brad Keller (6-13) had a career-high eight runs with three strikeouts and three walks in three innings.
Yankees 3, Red Sox 2
BOSTON (AP) — Isaiah Kiner Whalefa drove a go-ahead run in the safety squeeze in the ninth inning to hit his first career home run in New York and win the AL East for the second time in 10 games as the Yankees lead the AL East. Sent to Boston. Manager Aaron Boone’s 400th career win with the Yankees.
Alex Verdugo had two hits for Boston, who had won their last two games, including a dramatic 3-2 victory over New York in the 10th inning on Friday night.
Andrew Benintendi ignited New York’s winning rally with a one-out double from the center field wall against John Shriver (3-2). After an infield hit by Jose Trevino, Kinar Falefa hit a perfect bunt to first base on the next pitch, and Benintendi slid off his head to score.
Aroldis Chapman (1-3) wins with four outs. Scott Efros finished in a rocky ninth with his second save.
Blue Jays 2, Guardian 1
TORONTO (AP) — Teoscar Hernandez hit a tying homer in the seventh inning, and Matt Chapman also connected, to stop Cleveland’s six-game winning streak.
Hernandez and Chapman trailed Guardian starter Triston McKenzie, who lost three of his last four calls. McKenzie (8-9) allowed 2 runs and 5 hits in his 6 2/3 innings, the AL Central leader suffering his third loss in 10 games.
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. extended his career-high hitting streak to 22 games and doubled in the first two games as the Blue Jays lost three straight.
Anthony Bass (3-3) pitched one inning and five Toronto relievers pitched 4 1/3 shutout innings with Mitch White in relief. Jordan Romano recorded his 26th save in his 30th chance.
Nationals 4, Padres 3
WASHINGTON (AP) — San Diego and new slugger Juan Soto repeatedly failed in clutches with his former club, and last-place Washington saw a wild run when a go-ahead run scored thanks to a rejected call. You beat the card-chasing Padres. in playing at the plate.
Playing their second game after learning of Fernando Tatis’ steroid suspension, the Padres built a 3-0 lead, thanks in part to solo homers from Manny Machado and Trent Grisham. But Yu Darvish (10-6) lost that edge in the sixth inning with back-to-back deep balls from Yadiel Hernandez and Joey Meneses’ at-bats.
With Luis Garcia in relief, Victor Robles singled to right and Cesar Hernandez (3 hits, stolen base) hit a home run.
Just like Hernandez, Soto’s throw reached home and the immediate ruling on the field was that the runners were out. However, Washington disputed, saying catcher Austin Nola had blocked the plate, and the appeal was successful.
Washington’s Kyle Finnegan (4-2) pitched a scoreless seventh and Carl Edwards Jr. worked his second save of the season in the ninth.
Braves 5, Marlins 2, 1st game
MIAMI (AP) — Chadwick Trump doubled, singled and scored three runs in his first major league action of the season to give Atlanta the lead over Miami in the opening game of a doubleheader.
Matt Olson hit a home run, while Ronald Acuna Jr. and Robbie Grossman gave the Braves two hits each, giving them their fourth straight win.Kyle Muller (1-1) had 5 innings in which he had 2 runs and 3 hits, 5 strikeouts and 1 walk.
Jesús Luzaldo (3-5) allowed 4 runs and 7 hits in 5 innings while the Marlins struck out 6 and walked 2 as they lost 11 of 12 games at home.
Rays 8, Orioles 2
st. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — All-Star Shane McClanahan ended a two-start losing streak and worked a solid six innings as Tampa Bay moved in front of Baltimore in his AL wildcard race.
McClanahan (11-5) allowed 2 runs, 7 hits, 3 walks and 5 strikeouts. Jose Siri had three hits and three runs scored, including a two-run homer off of Taylor Walls in the eighth inning.
DL Hall (0-1) had five runs, five hits, three walks and three walks in 3 2/3 innings in his major league debut, the Orioles’ third loss in 11 games, trailing Tampa by half a game. 6 Allowed a strikeout. Bay in the AL East and Wildcard standings.
Astros 8, Athletics 0
HOUSTON (AP) — Houston dominates Oakland as Lance McCullers Jr. shuts out six innings in his season debut, Alex Bregman hits a homer, and Trey Mancini hits three.
A 2017 All-Star, McCullers allowed two hits, five strikeouts, four walks, and threw 47 of his 81 pitches for strikes. The shutout is his first since August 31, 2021. The 28-year-old McCullers (1-0) pitched for the first time in 305 days for Houston and last for the Astros in 2021 in the AL Division Game 4 of his series against Chicago. . white socks. McCullers missed his 2021 ALCS and World Series for the Astros with a strained right flexor tendon.
Kyle Tucker and Chas McCormick each recorded RBI triples for Houston.
Oakland starter Zach Roeg (3-6) gave up six runs on eight hits in 5 1/3 innings, walking two and striking out two.
Cubs 7, Reds 2
Cincinnati (AP) — Ian Happ, Wilson Contreras and Franmir Reyes all hit home runs to give the Cubs their third straight win.
Happ continued his long success in Cincinnati with an RBI single in the fifth and a three-run shot in the seventh. The All-Star outfielder has hit 16 all-time home runs in his park with the Great American Ball.
Reyes’ two-run drive in the fourth was his first home run since being unwaived by Cleveland on Monday.
Kyle Farmer had two RBIs and dropped five in a row in bottom-place Cincinnati. Graham Ashcraft (5-3) was charged with 4 runs, 3 earned runs and 6 hits in 6 1/3 innings.
The Cubs and Reds resumed the series in Cincinnati after playing Thursday night in a “Field of Dreams” game in Dyersville, Iowa.
Sean Newcomb (1-0) pitched two innings to take the win.
White Sox 6, Tigers 4
CHICAGO (AP) — Andrew Vaughan hit a tie-breaking single in the seventh for the second night in a row and AJ Pollock homered in the eighth to give Chicago their sixth straight loss to Detroit.
Vaughn had three hits for the White Sox, who moved within 2.5 games of AL Central leaders Cleveland. His single off his Joe Jimenez (3-2) gave White in the seventh inning. He gave the Sox his 5-4 lead.
Lucas Jolito (9-6) struggled through the 7th inning, giving up 4 runs and 8 hits in the second inning.
Liam Hendricks worked ninth with 25 saves in 28 chances.
Rangers 7, Mariners 4
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Corey Seager hit a career-high 26 homers while rookie Bubba Thompson ran on a sacrifice squeeze bunt to give Texas their ninth straight loss to Seattle.
Texas trailed 3-0 before a 4-run blowout in the 4th against Marco Gonzalez (7-12). It was capped by Thompson’s bunt pushed to the right as Charlie Culberson crossed home plate.
Eugenio Suárez hit a home run that gave the Mariners a sack fly, putting them half a game ahead of Toronto and earning the American League’s top wild card.
Brett Martin (1-7) emerged victorious after facing just one hitter. After his left-hander was replaced by Dane Dunning, he scored an inning-ending double play ground ball in the fifth inning.
deGrom, Mets win NL East showdown against Nola, Phillies
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