NEW YORK (AP) Brett Gardner combined it with his second homer of the game, a one-out, two-run ride in the ninth inning, Gleyber Torres struck a winning single in the 10th and the New York Yankees rallied The 1965 Houston Astros scored 6: 5 on Tuesday night.
The Yankees won for the first time since 2014 despite five mistakes – including two from Torres in second base – and also came in with a surprising defensive play in the 10th when Aroldis Chapman (2-0) threw a 100 mph fastball Backstop who swept Carter Gary Sanchez, who kicked out Tony Kemp at third base, with a random billiards sweep.
Miguel Andujar doubled against Brad Peacock (1-3) with two outs in the 1
RED SOX 8, BLUE JAYS 3
BOSTON (AP) – Sandy Leon hit a home run and two doubles, Xander Bogaerts also hoarded and Rick Porcello took in a three-hitter the seventh inning helped Boston Toron reach the second-best start in the franchise history.
J.D. Martinez also had two of Boston's six doubles. The Red Sox (38-17) won for the eighth time in 10 games to hold the best record in the major leagues and their best record since 55 games since 2002. Only the Boston team of 1946 started with Ted Williams and Bobby Doerr, who returned from World War II, had a better start.
Porcello (7-2) allowed three runs, two earned, and five hits in 6 2/3 innings. Toronto charged the base against Hector Velazquez in ninth, but Craig Kimbrel got two outs for his 17th defense.
Marco Estrada (2-6) allowed four runs and seven hits in 3 2/3 innings and dropped his fifth straight decision. Justin Smoak married for the Blue Jays, who lost 12 out of 16.
CARDINALS 6, BREWERY 1
MILWAUKEE (AP) – Michael Wacha hit two beaten ball for 6 2/3 innings and St. Louis joined for
Harrison Bader, Matt Carpenter and Francisco Pena married to the Cardinals to help defeat the leaders of NL Central.
Wacha (6-1) combined with two relievers to limit the Brewers to three hits.
In the second inning of Zach Davies, the Cardinals scored four goals (2-5).
CUBS 8, PIRATES 6
PITTSBURGH (AP) – Anthony Rizzo shook off the boos and unleashed a late rally jump with him The Ninth Home Run as Chicago Pollsburgh Defeated
One Day After His Aggressive Slide at Home Plate, The Pirates catcher Elias Diaz and drew a rebuff from Major League Baseball, doubling in the first inning Rizzo and struck a solo shot by Edgar Santana (2-1) to tie the game to 4th.
The boys then amassed against Pittsburgh's Aging Bullpen to pass the pirates their ninth loss in 11 games. Chicago scored five times against Pittsburgh relievers, including Ian Happ's go-ahead double-double battles after Rizzo tied it and Kyle Schwarbers two-run homer out of the right field foul pole in the eighth.
Jon Lester (5-2) allowed four runs in six innings, but had the second multihit game of his 13-year career by going 2 in 3 with an RBI single in the sixth, the Cubs in one Run drew. Jason Heyward went 3 in 5 with an RBI for Chicago.
Brandon Morrow gave a Marte starts in the ninth season, but got two outs for his 12th save.
Marte finished 3-for-5 with three RBIs, Austin Meadows hit his fourth homer since his draft on May 18 and Diaz suffered a measure of revenge by taking Lester deep into the third.
INDIANS 7, WHITE SOX 3
CLEVELAND (AP) – Michael Brantley, Jose Ramirez and Jason Kipnis each met solo run to lift Cleveland across Chicago.
Brantley was 3 for 4 and extended his strike series to 18 games, the longest active streak in the majors. He got married in the third and had an RBI single in seventh.
Mike Clevinger (4-2) allowed a run in 6 2/3 innings. The right-hander hit seven and allowed four hits.
Chicago has lost five of six and has the worst record in the majors (16-36). Lucas Giolito (3-6) allowed five runs in six innings.
NATIONALS 3, ORIOLES 2
BALTIMORE (AP) – Bryce Harper hit his NL-leading 17th home run, Mark Reynolds added a single shot and Washington Baltimore extended his street winning streak to nine games.
Harper finished with three hits, Reynolds scored twice and 19-year-old rookie Juan Soto had his first three-hit play for Washington.
The Nationals Nine The game on the road equals the longest game since Montreal before the 2005 season.
Washington has won a total of five consecutive wins and will try on Wednesday night a three-game run of its neighboring Interleague rival to be completed.
Former Oriole Jeremy Hellickson (2-0) allowed two runs in five innings and Sean Doolittle worked the ninth for his 12th saves in 13 tries.
Manny Machado married for the Orioles, who lost four in a row.
Starting a 14-strokeout complete game against the White Sox, Baltimore's Dylan Bundy (3-7) battled through six innings, relying on three runs and 11 punches.
BRAVES 7, METS 6
ATLANTA (AP) – Johan Camargo married with one out in the bottom of the ninth inning after Atlanta rose from a four-run deficit, stunning New York and capping a miserable day for the injury-stricken Mets ,
Camargo Liner to right field by Gerson Bautista (0-1) gave the Braves their second walk-off In two days to compete against the rivals of NL East.
Asdrubal Cabrera was hoarded twice and Adrian Gonzalez also went to the Mets.
Before the game, New York's Noah Syndergaard tore the ten-day list in his right index finger with a torn ligament. Then his starter colleague Steven Matz had to go with discomfort in his left middle finger after throwing three scoreless innings, while New York built a 4-0 lead.
X-rays were negative, but there was no immediate word if the problem could affect the next scheduled launch of Matz.
The Mets were 6-2 high when the Braves rallied against New York's besieged bullpen. Ender Inciarte separated him with a two-man jersey in the eighth round.
Dan Winkler (2-0) had problems in the ninth round.
The first climb was delayed 41 minutes when the radar showed an approaching storm (19659002) ROCKIES 11, GIANT 4
DENVER (AP) – Kyle Freeland effectively hit the sixth inning and doubled in Colorado's three-run Fourth, leading the Rockies over a San Francisco team that lost two pitchers to injury – including starter Jeff Samardzija.
David Dahl had a two-run homer as part of Colorado's four-run seventh, the first pinch-hit homer of his career  Trevor Story added a run-scoring triple and Nolan Arenado, Gerardo Parra and Ian Desmond each a RBI double for the Rocky Mountains, who have won 12 of their last 13 against the Giants at Coors Field.
Evan Longoria hit two home runs and Buster Posey also went deep for the Giants. All three were single shots.
Freeland (5-5) threw 5 1/3 innings and allowed three runs.
Samardzija (1-4) left after an inning because of the tightness in his pitching shoulder. He gave up two runs and was replaced by rookie Dereck Rodriguez, son of Hall of Famer catcher Ivan Rodriguez, who made his Major League debut.
The younger Rodriguez went 3 1/3 innings and allowed four runs – one earned. He was removed after being hit in the right calf by a line from Desmond.
The Giants made four mistakes – three-time base Kelby Tomlinson.
DIAMONDBACKS 5, REDS 2
PHOENIX (AP) – Daniel Descalso hit a two-run homer, Zack Godley threw six effective innings and Arizona defeated Cincinnati.
The Diamondbacks broke out of a nearly one-month slump on Monday in a series of 12 runs. Descalso brought them against Luis Castillo (4-5) in the first inning, and Arizona won his second, direct game after a 1-8 road trip.
Godley (5-4) rebounded from a shaky trip and Brad Boxberger earned his 13th spike in 14 chances.
Eugenio Suarez married for the Reds, who lost 10 out of 15.
ANGELS 9, TIGER 2
DETROIT (AP) – Ian Kinsler struck a threesome Two times Luis Valbuena went deep into the defensive and Los Angeles took the lead.
Nick Tropeano (3-3) took advantage of the Angels' offensive offensive and allowed two runs in 5 1/3 innings for the win. Noe Ramirez, Jose Alvarez, Justin Anderson and Blake Parker combined for 3 2/3 innings scoreless relief.
Kinsler connected in the second. Valbuenas Solohomer in the fourth round gave the Angels a five-run lead, and his solo shot in the eighth restored the five-run cushion. Martin Maldonado added a two-barrel drive in the eighth.
Michael Fulmer (2-4) was tagged for five runs and six hits in 3 1/3 innings with four hikes. JaCoby Jones and Jeimer Candelario got married for the Tigers.
PHILLIES 6, DODGERS 1
LOS ANGELES (AP) – Jake Arrieta delivered his third goalless tour this month and Nick Williams hit a home run when Philadelphia defeated Los Angeles. 19659002] Arrieta (5-2) quit six singles in seven innings, struck five times and won for the second time in his career at Dodger Stadium. The other victory was his No-Hitter 2015 as a member of the Chicago Cubs.
Dodgers starter Kenta Maeda (4-4) was removed with a strained left hip. Los Angeles lost for the third time in their last 12 games.
Odubel Herrera had a two-run single for the Phillies.
RAYS 4, Athletics 3
OAKLAND, California (AP) – CJ Cron, Joey Wendle and Wilson Ramos hit consecutive home runs in the third inning of Tampa Bay's victory over Oakland.
Daniel Robertson also fired for the Rays, Matt Duffy added three goals and Blake Snell (7-3) stroked seven over 5 2/3 innings for his third successive win. The left-hander gave two hits and an undeserved run.
Jaime Schultz struck in his seventh major league debut. Sergio Romo allowed two runs in the ninth, but secured his first victory in the American League.
The Rays have gone into power struggles in the last six games with only two home players, both against Baltimore on Sunday. They quickly outperformed Daniel Gossett (0-3) with three big swings.
ROYALS 2, TWINS 1, 14 INNINGS
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) – Alcides Escobar heaved with two outs in the 14th inning to lift Kansas City over Minnesota.
Escobar joined Taylor Rogers (1-2) and finished a game that lasted 4 hours, 12 minutes. Rain (19659002) Scott Barlow (1-0) worked four hitless innings, stroking five straight batters during a stretch to earn his first major league win.
Twins starter Kyle Gibson struck seven goalless innings. The Royals tied it in the eighth when Addison Reed went Jorge Soler loaded with the bases.
RANGERS 9, MARINERS 5
SEATTLE (AP) – Rougned Odor broke a ninth-inning tie with a three-run double and Texas stopped Seattle's four-game winning streak.
Ronald Guzman went 4 for 4 with three RBIs and Shin-Soo Choo married for the Rangers, the marked American League saves leader Edwin Diaz (0-2) in the ninth.
Diaz was drawn after only one chance and was rewarded with four earned runs when Chasen admitted Bradford to Guzman's RBI single.
Chris Martin (1-1) won the victory after he had given up the eighths in an RBI groundout by Jean Seguru, who had three hits.
Nelson Cruz married early for the Mariners, who remained a game behind first-place Houston in the AL West.
PADRES 9, MARLINS 5
SAN DIEGO (AP) – Framil Reyes hit a two-run homer who gave San Diego the lead and the Padres got a good performance from their bull Agai.
Eric Hosmer had three hits and the Padres won a matchup of the last-placed teams, handing Miami their first defeat of the season in a game by Dan Straily.
Reyes joined in the sixth inning before Straily (2-1) for the rookie's third homer in six games and the second in two days at Petco Park. San Diego scored four goals in the eighth round to open the game, with pinch-hitter Christian Villanueva making a two-run single.
Craig Stammen (3-0) won relief from starter Tyson Ross.
JT Riddle had an inside-the-park homer for the Marlins in the ninth
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