Atlanta left-hander Sean Newcomb came within a no-hitter game and the Braves scored a 4-1 win against the visiting Los Angeles Dodgers on Sunday.
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Newcomb, who threw 134 places, was immediately replaced by Dan Winkler. The compound allowed Taylor to take second indifference and allow Manny Machado RBI single to end the shutdown.
Newcomb (10-5) struck out eight and issued a walk to Yasiel Puig to begin the sixth inning. There were no more concise calls, although the center catcher Ender Inciarte made a nice running catch with a flyball by Enrique Hernandez
Rangers 4, Astros 3
Ronald Guzman played the last of three six-inning doubles and Texas made a strong pitching performance by Mike Minor for a win and a three-game sweep series in Houston.
The Astros dropped the fourth game in a row and endured their first series sweep in the season. Houston claimed the season series from Texas 12-7, but participated the weekend after winning eight consecutive games against the Rangers.
The Minor (7-6) recorded eight strikeouts, one shy of his season high, over six innings and only one handed out in two rounds and four strokes.
Rockies 3, A & # 39; s 2
Tom Murphy married, German Marquez hit in the eighth inning, and Colorado beat Oakland to sweep the three-game series in Denver
Ryan McMahon, Trevor Story and Charlie Blackmon had two goals each for Colorado, and Wade Davis took ninth place for his 30th parade. The Rockies have won four straight and 11 of their last 13.
Matt Chapman and Khris Davis married for Oakland, who came on a six-game winning streak this weekend, but could not solve Colorado's pitching.
Diamondbacks 5, Padres 4
Arizona scored all his runs on homers by Paul Goldschmidt, AJ Pollock and Nick Ahmed of Padre rookie starter Joey Lucchesi, then held to complete a three-game sweep in San Diego.
Clay Buchholz (4-1) limits the Padres to three runs over 5 2/3 innings. Brad Boxberger scored a goalless ninth to take his 25th save.
Ahmed finished with three hits for the Diamondbacks. The Padres lost their fifth street and are 2-12 in their last 14 games.
Red Sox 3, Twins 0
Nathan Eovaldi struck seven shutout innings in his Boston debut, and JD Martinez had two hits and drove in three (19659019) It was the third win in a row for Boston (74-33) who rose for the first time since 27 September 1946 by 41,500 games. The Red Sox also improved to 37-14 at Fenway Park, where they have won 13 of their last 15 games.
Eovaldi (4-4), who was bought on Wednesday in a deal with Tampa Bay, admitted only four goals and did not beat five in hitting. It was the eighth time in 11 games that the Boston starter jug did not allow a run.
Yankees 6, Royals 3
J.A. On his debut in New York, Happ scored six outstanding innings to win against Kansas City.
Happ (11-6) allowed a run for three goals after being traded the fourth time in his career in the days before the deadline for abandoning Kansas City. The experienced left-hander also won for the first time since June 25, after going in his last four starts for the Toronto Blue Jays 0-3.
Aaron Hicks hit a two-run homer, dropped a triple shy of the cycle and reached the base four times for the Yankees. Salvador Perez, Hunter Dozier and Rosell Herrera married for the Royals.
Orioles 11, Rays 5
Chris Davis beat two of Baltimore's four home runs and finished in four when host Orioles defeated Tampa Bay.
The Orioles won the last three games in the four-game series thanks to their long-term offense, which scored a total of 37 runs in the three competitions, registering at least 11 runs each day.
Davis hit a pair of two runshots. Jonathan Schoop was healed for the sixth time in seven games. Austin Wynns has added a solo homer and three runs. The Rays got two homers from C.J. Cron and one from Jake Bauers.
Cubs 5, Cardinals 2
Kyle Hendricks scored seven strong innings when Chicago won in St. Louis. Ben Zobrist and Anthony Rizzo beat home runs for Cubs, who avoided three game pranks.
Hendricks (7-9) allowed two runs on four strokes. He did not run with the bat and scored a season high with eight strikeouts. It was only the second time in six July starts that he went more than five innings.
Carl Edwards Jr. threw a goalless eighth for the Cubs, and Pedro Strop worked a 1-2-3 ninth for his fifth save of the season.
Indians 8, Tiger 1
Corey Kluber recovered from two below-average excursions, Cleveland embankments supported him with three Homer's, and the visiting Indians cruised to Detroit.
Kluber (13) 6) gave up a run on five strokes and a walk in 7 1/3 innings while he hit five. The Indian ace dropped nine earned runs and three homers while losing his previous two starts.
Yonder Alonso had three hits, including a homer, and drove in three runs. Edwin Encarnacion contributed a solo shot between two strokes and drove in two runs, and Melky Cabrera delivered three hits, including his first long ball season.
Marlins 5, Nationals 0
Jose Urena snatched eight home games of bad luck and added an RBI single when Miami defeated Washington.
Urena (3-10) won his first game in Marlins Park since hitting the New York Mets on September 20, 2017. He kept the Nationals scoreless for six innings, giving one hit and four walks while hitting five. He combined a two-hitter with Adam Conley, Brad Ziegler and Drew Steckenrider.
Martin Prado struck two RBI hits to help the Marlins split the four-game series.
Reds 4, Phillies 0
Luis Castillo threw seven shutout innings, scooter Gennett a two-run homer and Cincinnati earned a serial victory against Philadelphia.
Castillo (6-8) teamed up with David Hernandez, Wandy Peralta and Raisel Iglesias at the Reds' third shutout of the season. Cincinnati earned three straight wins after first-place winner Phillies won the opener of the four-game series.
Gennett hit his 17th homer, and a two-run shot to cover a three-run third inning. Iglesias was credited with his 21st rescue.
Mets 1, Pirates 0
Zack Wheeler threw six shutout innings and hit a two-out RBI double, New York leading to a victory in Pittsburgh.
Seth Lugo dropped one to hit in two innings, and Anthony Swarzak hit a perfect ninth for his third save to complete the six-hit shutout.
Austin Jackson was 2-for-3 with a walk for the Mets who finished a two-game losing streak and has earned a split in the four-game series. Gregory Polanco was 3-for-4 with two stolen bases for the pirates.
Blue Jays 7, White Sox 4
Teoscar Hernandez hit the game-binding homer and Brandon Drury had the double-run double Toronto scored five runs in the ninth inning to win in Chicago.
Jace Fry (0-2) allowed Hernandez & # 39; 16. Homer led ninth to tie the game in third. Kendrys Morales was beaten by a pitch and finished third on a double by Aledmys Diaz, who has previously played a solo hero. Jeanmar Gomez replaced Fry and allowed the two-time double by Drury, who finished third in third place.
Luke Maile followed suit with a RBI double, and Lourdes Gurriel Jr. later added a run-scoring single. Gurriel was helped off the pitch with a leg injury after being thrown out of the second base to end the inning. Gurriel was 3-for-5 with two RBIs to record his club record 11th straight multi-hit game.
Giants 8, Brewers 5
Buster Posey garnered four hits, including a base-clearing double in a foursome. Inning was third, who sent San Francisco over to Milwaukee.
Pablo Sandoval laced a two-run triple and Gorky's Hernandez hoarded for the Giants, who prevented a four-game sweep by the Brewers and a four-game losing streak in
Ryan Brown, Hernan Perez and Travis Shaw Married for the Brewers, who lost for the second time in six games.
Mariners 8, Angels 5
Seattle broke out for seven runs in the first inning, holding off a win over Los Angeles in Anaheim, California, and avoiding a three-game bout.
Angel starter Felix Pena got only one out and was charged with all seven runs in the opening frame. The Mariners scored 14 goals in total, including three each by Dee Gordon, Ben Gamel and Denard Span. Mike Zunino jumped in with two hits and three RBIs.
Seattle star Marco Gonzales (12-5) gave up two runs on seven hits and two walks in six innings and stroked seven. The only runs he gave up came on a two-run homer by Justin Upton in the fifth inning.
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