DETROIT (AP) Gregory Polanco scored a three-headed homer in the 13th inning to bring the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 13-10 win over Detroit on Friday – about an hour after the tigers jumped onto the field to celebrate What They Thought
Nicholas Castellanos was initially considered tenth for the Tigers at home as safe, but a repeat record took the run and the teams continued to play. Polanco's 3-0 lead in the middle of Alex Wilson (1-0) gave the Pirates a comfortable lead – or as comfortable as on a crazy day when both teams scored four goals in the ninth round. 19659002] Detroit put down two men in the 13th field, but Steven Brault (1-0) was able to defend his third goalless relief.
At the time 5 hours, 27 minutes playing time were over, there were only three referees and one manager left. Plate umpire Mike Everitt ended in eighth with a concussion after being hit by a bad luck in the mask. And Ron Gardenhire ̵
MARLINS 2, CUBS 1, 17 INNINGS
MIAMI (AP) – Miguel Rojas drove into Brian Anderson with a single to center in the 17th inning, and Miami topped Chicago.
It was the second career-playing RBI for Rojas who did it once with a sacrifice fly last year. This one will go down in the Marlins story, not just for its 5-hour, 18-minute length, but also because it's the first victory of Derek Jeter's era as Miami's CEO.
It took a two-rally rally to make it. Anderson moved to the left, and Cameron Maybin followed with a base hit, bouncing off Javier Baez's glove and chasing Eddie Butler (0-1) after seven innings and 90 assists.
Brandon Morrow came to Rojas and two games later it was over.
Odrisamer Despaigne (1-0) was scheduled to start Saturday as the starter in the Marlins third match, not at 12:14 as Miami's seventh assistant. But he worked a perfect 17th, covering one night, where the Marlins (and technically a member of their rotation) allowed four hits and struck 12 in 11 2/3 scoreless innings.
GIANTS 1, DODGERS 0
LOS ANGELES (AP) – Joe Panik fired Kenley Jansen for the second year in a row and San Francisco Giants defeated error-prone Los Angeles.
The Giants won on Thursday at the season opener with Panik's solo shot of Clayton Kershaw
This time, panic went deep into the right field pavilion, which led the ninth against Jansen (0-1), leaving Giants captain Bruce Bochy became the first guest manager to garner 100 victories at Dodger Stadium.
San Francisco's Johnny Cueto retired from the first 18 strikes before Chris Taylor led the way in seventh.
Tony Watson (1-0) scored a perfect eighth place.
Hunter Strickland, who is recovering for Mark Melancon, deserves his second rescue.
ANGEL S 2, Athletics 1
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) – Mike Trout fired and scored two goals, and the Angels defeated the Athletics despite a nasty 9th inning by closer Blake Parker.
Tyler Skaggs (1-0) batted 6 1/3 innings of the three defeated ball in his first win over the A in six career starts.
It was Los Angeles manager Mike Scioscia's 1571st win, tying him with Hall of Famer and former A and Angels manager Dick Williams for July 21, 1961. Parker allowed Jonathan Lucroy's RBI single before Matt Joyce ranked No. 2 for the rescue came.
Trout hoarded Sean Manaea (0-1) in the first. He also hit on the election of a fielder in the ninth and counted off first, as left fielder Joyce Justin Upton's single hopped and rolled the ball to the fence. Brothers 8, PADRES 6
SAN DIEGO (AP) – Ryan Brown hit a three-run homer with two outs in ninth, part of Milwaukee's five-run rally against All-Star closer Brad Hand.
The Brewers drew 6-3 before jumping over the hand (0-1) for two runs on three punches, a grounder and his throwing error. Brown came in with runners in the corners and hit a two-handed left on a 0-2 throw for his first homer this season.
Oliver Drake (19659002) 1-0) threw an inning for the win and Corey Knebel hit the side in ninth for his first save.
Diamondbakes 9, ROCKIES 8
PHOENIX (AP) – Nick Ahmed had regrouped a career top five RBIs and the Diamondbacks after being blown a five-run lead.
Ahmed hit a three-run homer in Arizona's five-run first inning and an RBI sing le in the third. He added another run-scoring maverick Antonio Senzatela (0-1) in the fifth Diamondbacks to give an 8-7 lead after the Rockies tied it with a five-part fourth.
Robbie Ray (1-0 (19659002) Charlie Blackmon, Ian Desmond and Gerardo Parra were married to Colorado, who lost 8-2 on Thursday night
RED SOX 1, RAYS 0
ST. PETERSBURG, Florida (1965) AP) – David Price was solid in his return to the Red Sox rotation, making four singles over seven scoreless innings of Boston's 1-0 victory over Tampa Bay.
The fivefold All-Star, slows down after an injury of a lot by 2017, defeated five and did not qualify in his first start for defending AL East Champions since last July, when he went on the disabled list with left elbow inflammation.
Rafael Devers grabbed a goalless tie with a single center who drove in Xander Bogaerts, who doubled Chaz Roe (0-1) leading off the seventh inning to extend his strike series to 11 games.
Matt Barnes struck a goalless eighth for the Red Sox, who won for the first Time under manager Alex Cor A. Craig Kimbrel missed the side in ninth to finish the combined four-in-hand.
NATIONALS 2, REDS 0
CINCINNATI (AP) – Max Scherzer hit 10 in six innings and Washington, in his first game with Dave Martinez as Major League Manager, beat Cincinnati to start defending his NL East title.
National star Bryce Harper got two hits, but his chain of five straight opening days with a home run came to an end. After this kick – off in the Great American Ball Park was postponed due to rain, Scherzer (1-0) took up where he had left off , The winner of the last two NL Cy Young Awards scored five goals, lost one and left only one runner behind first-base
Brandon Kintzler and Ryan Madson each scored a goalless inning before Sean Doolittle scored the ninth for the parade ,
Homer Bailey (0-1), who started his first opening day in his 10th season with the Reds, allowed four hits and a run with three walks and three strikeouts in six innings.
YANKEES 4, BLUE JAYS 2
TORONTO (AP) – Masahiro Tanaka threw six sharp innings and New York beat Toronto without pop from its thugs.
Giancarlo Stanton, who homered twice a day and doubled the opener the day before, went 0 for 4. That's how the big hits made Aaron Judge and Gary Sanchez. But the Yankees under new coach Aaron Boone improved for the first time since 2011 to 2-0.
Tanaka (1-0) was followed in six innings three hits and hit eight times without a gear. He finished his last 13 batters and is now 10-4 with a 2.86 ERA in 16 career starts against the Blue Jays.
Tommy Kahnle got four outs, David Robertson drew two batters and Aroldis Chapman beat Yangervis Solarte's two-out RBI (19659002) Blue Jays right-hander Aaron Sanchez (0-1) allowed four runs and eight hits in 5 2 / 3 innings.
PHILLIES 5, BRAVES 4, 11 INNINGS
ATLANTA (AP) – Carlos Santana drove in JP Crawford with a sacrificial fly in the eleventh inning, and Philadelphia coach Gabe Kapler in the first year went through nine pitchers for his first win when the Phillies Atlanta defeated.
Crawford scored a goal Shane Carle (0-1) took third place and was taken third by Cesar Hernandez, who had two hits and two walks. Santana, who had beaten his first homer with the Phillies in the fifth, drove in Crawford with a fly ball to the left field.
Drew Hutchinson (1-0) finished it when he hit Ender Inciarte's flat fly ball center field with runners in first and second place.
Kapler, who was criticized for taking on Aaron Nola with a 5-0 lead after Nola threw only 68 games on Thursday night in the Braves' 8-5 win, took advantage of Nick 8's reliever Pivetta lasted only four innings.
RANGERS 5, ASTROS 1
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) – Doug Fister silenced the mighty Houston lineup for five innings in his Texas debut, Nomar Mazara married for an early lead and the Rangers beat the Astros.
The right-handers who competed for the Astros in 2016, a year before winning their first World Series, only allowed Max Stassis RBI in the fifth home game at his new home stadium, where he had come in an 8.73 ERA.
Four relievers held the Astros to a slap over the Fina I's four innings, staggered by Keone Kela for a walk in the ninth.
Robinson Chirinos and Rougned Odor hit back to back Victims flies for a 3-0 lead in the fourth inning against 2015 AL Cy Young Award winner Dallas Keuchel (0-1). Keuchel allowed seven hits and three runs in six innings for the defending champions.
Fister (1-0) allowed four strokes, knocked out three and left three.