CINCINNATI (AP) St. Louis starter Daniel Poncedeleon made a sensational debut 14 months after suffering a serious head injury, throwing no defeated ball for seven innings on Monday night before Eugenio Suarez led the Cincinnati Reds two-rally in ninth for one 2: 1 victory over the Cardinals.
Suarez's double-solo homer of Bud Norris (3: 3) separated the 1: 1. He then approached the bases on a pair of singles and a walk, and Pinch-hitter Dilson Herrera singled out to to end the loser route of the Reds in four games. Jared Hughes (3-3) took ninth place.
The late rally overshadowed Poncedeleon's incredible comeback.
The 26-year-old right-hander was hit by a liner on her right temple while she was pitching for Triple-A Memphis on May 9 last year, breaking his skull and causing hemorrhage in the brain. He had to be operated on, followed by months of slow recovery.
Poncedeleon was one of the best pitchers in the Pacific Coast League when St. Louis called him on Monday to support their low-injury rotation. He went three and struck three, threw 1
PIRATES 7, INDIANS 0, 6 INNINGS
CLEVELAND (AP) – Josh Harrison hit a three-run homer and Gregory Polanco had a two-run triple by Corey Kluber in his return, and Pittsburgh beat Cleveland in a six-inning, rain-shortened game for his 10th win in a row.
The game was named following three rain delays, for a total of 2 hours, 3 minutes. The first pitch was delayed by 55 minutes and the third inning was followed by a delay of 27 minutes. The final delay was 41 minutes
Kluber (12-6), who started for the first time since July 12 due to a sore right knee, was penalized in seven innings – three earned – in four innings. The reigning AL Cy Young Award winner gave up nine hits, crossed out two and threw 72 pitches.
Trevor Williams (8-7) threw six shutout innings for the Pirates, who have won 10 consecutive 10th consecutive time June 26 – July 5, 2004.
RAYS 7, YANKEES 6
ST , PETERSBURG, Fl. (AP) – Gary Sanchez did not manage to play a few key games, Jake Bauers hit a three-run homer and hit some sophisticated baserunnings and Tampa Bay beat Luis Severino and New York.
The Yankees The base against Jose Alvarado with one from ninth position, as Brett Gardner took over the individual performance. Aaron Judge left and Giancarlo Stanton was deliberately gone. After Aaron Hicks slipped into a strong position, Alvarado had his first parade when Sanchez failed, a game in which Hicks defeated the game in one fell swoop, but the Yankee catcher was thrown away after jogging]
Severino (14 -3) allowed a season high seven runs and 11 hits in five plus innings. The 24-year-old right-back turned eight and reached 504 for his career. He joined Al Downing (644) and Lefty Gomez (511) as the only throwers of the Yankees who reached 500 strikeouts before their 25th birthday.
Matt Andriese (3-4), the second of seven pitchers on the Day of Rays, allowed two unearned runs in 3 2/3 innings.
VILLAGES 7, PHILLIES 6
PHILADELPHIA (AP) – Max Muncy, Yasmani Grandal, Chris Taylor and Joc Pederson hit solo horns, and Alex Verdugo scored the first goal on the ninth inning as he crossed Los Angeles via Philadelphia in one Led the match with the leaders of the division.
Maikel Franco met a pair of solo homers and Rhys Hoskins and Odubel Herrera also went deep into the Phillies.
Verdugo led the ninth with a walk against closer Seranthony Dominguez (1-3). Pederson followed with a single. After Manny Machado got out, Muncy went. Verdugo hit when the catcher Jorge Alfaro Dominguez & # 39; s outfield did not catch. Dominguez got off after a walk with Grandal. Matt Kemp greeted Luis Garcia with an RBI single for 7-5
Scott Alexander (2-0) threw a goalless inning for the win. Kenley Jansen finished his 29th rescue in 32 chances. Franco hit Jansen's first pitch left for his 15th homer.
RED SOX 5, ORIOLES 3
BALTIMORE (AP) – Rick Porcello dispelled six hits over six scoreless innings, Mitch Moreland got married and Boston beat Baltimore in a rain -turned matchup between the best and worst teams in the major leagues.
Andrew Benintendi drove in two runs for the AL East-leading Red Sox, who won 15 of 17 to move 40 games over .500 (71-31).
Porcello (12-4) crossed out six and went one in overcoming his overall win in 2017. It was a nice rebound from the 2016 AL Cy Young Award winner, who allowed eight runs in two innings against Toronto in his last outing.
After Jonathan Schoop hit a two-run homer by Brandon Workman in the eighth, Craig Kimbrel posted an RBI single to Caleb Joseph in the ninth, but achieved his 32nd save. 19659002] Kevin Gausman (4-8) gave up five runs, three hits and three walks for Baltimore. He was reversed during Boston's four-run-fifths when he made three straight walks – the last loaded with the bases – and a two-run double to Benintendi.
Since trading shortstop Manny Machado in the All-Star break, Baltimore has lost four in a row to bring the worst record of the big leagues to 28-73. The Orioles are 1-10 against the Red Sox this season and 42 games from first place in the AL East.
DIAMONDBACKS 7, CUBS 1
CHICAGO (AP) – Paul Goldschmidt hoarded and Patrick Corbin put in seven strong innings to win his first win in seven weeks, leading Arizona over Chicago.
AJ Pollack scored twice and Jeff Mathis added a double double as Arizona won for the fourth time in their last five games at Wrigley Field.
Corbin (7-4) gave only one run and six hits while scoring nine For his first win since June 5, he was 0-2 with a 3.98 ERA in seven starts since.
Goldschmidt's Homer was his 22nd in the season. He was 2 for 5 after 1 for 12 with nine strikeouts in three games since the All-Star break. Goldschmidt came up with a .361 career average (48 for 133) against the Cubs, including a three-homer game at Wrigley Field last August 3.
PADRES 3, METS 2
NEW YORK (AP) – Jacob DeGrom's winning streak reached five games as the Major League ERA Leader was injured by a couple of mistakes behind him and San Diego New York in a match-of team with the worst records in the National League beating.
Rookie left-hander Joey Lucchesi (5-5), brought back from the minor leagues, stunned the Mets for most of the evening with his churve, a combination of curveball chanegup at around 80 mph.
Manuel Margot struck a green light in a two-run fifth inning after right-fielder Jose Bautista dropped Christian Villanueva's ball. The Padres made it 3-1 in the sixth as Wil Myers doubled and scored when he relegated Amed Rosario, leaving Eric Homer's chopper under his glove and bouncing into the outfield.
DeGrom (5-5), whose ERA rose from 1.68 to 1.71, allowed three runs – two earned – and five hits in eight innings, strike 10 and two. He has relinquished three runs or fewer in 17 consecutive appearances and became the first bowler to win less than seven games in his first 20 starts with an ERA below 2.00 since deserved runs were started in 1912, according to the Elias sports office compiled , 19659002] BRAVES 12, MARLINS 1
MIAMI (AP) – Freddie Freeman beat his 17th homer and also doubled for Atlanta, who hit 16 strikes to beat Miami.
Freeman beats .469 with five homers in eight games against Miami this year. The Braves improved to 6-2 against the Marlins, outperforming 56-29.
Charlie Culberson had a career-high four goals, including a double pair, and drove in three runs. Dansby Swanson met his eighth homer.
Sean Newcomb (9-5) overcame a shaky start to allow a run in six innings and win his first win since June 16. He improved in three appearances against Miami this season with an ERA of 1.00
Jose Urena (2-10) allowed five runs in four innings. He dropped to 0-8 at home.
BRAINS 6, NATIONAL 1
MILWAUKEE (AP) – Christian Yelich had a base-loaded triple and Jhouly's Chacin had another strong start to help Milwaukee defeat Washington.
Erik Kratz drove in two runs for the Brewers, who lost within 2 games from NL Central-leading Chicago, who lost to Arizona 7-1. Milwaukee won for the second time in 10 games.
Chacin (9-3) limited Washington to a run and two hits in 5 2/3 innings, the day after the Brewers scratch and utility player Hernan Perez put in the wopper. Rolling up the hill in an 11-2 Dobbing from the Dodgers. Chacin stroked a season-high nine batters and gave no walk.
The Nationals scored first as Daniel Murphy made a home run to the right field leading from second to Chacin. The Brewers equal the score per second on Kratz's victim away from Washington starter Gio Gonzalez (6-7).
MATCH 15, RANGERS 3
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) – Jonathan Lucroy hit a big bang from his former Battery Mate and Survival Oakland beat Texas for his 24th win in 31 games.
Stephen Piscotty also went deep against Rangers starter Cole Hamels (5-9), a potential trading target for some fighting teams even though he has fought at home
Oakland right-hander Brett Anderson (2-2) stroked six over six innings ,
The A & # 39; s (58-43) are a season-best 15 games over .500 after the 24-7 range since June 16, that's the best in the majors during this time span. They are still third in the loaded AL West, behind Houston and Seattle.
TWINS 8, BLUE JAYS 3
TORONTO (AP) – Logan Morrison cooked and had three RBIs, Max Kepler added a two-run blitz and Minnesota he beat Toronto, missing a run of three defeats.
Joe Mauer and Mitch Garver each had three hits and right-handers Adalberto Mejia (1-0) scored 5 1/3 innings for his first win of the season as Twins (19659002) Lourdes Gurriel Jr. hit a solo home run for the Blue Jays. Toronto won a three-game series from Baltimore over the weekend, but could not continue its winning streak against the Twins.
The Blue Jays gave right-hander Luis Santos his first career start, as right-back Marco Estrada continues with a strained left gluteal muscle. Santos (0-1) allowed one run and three strokes in two innings.
TIGERS 5, ROYALS 4
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) – Jim Adduci delivered a one-two in the ninth and scored James McCann's doubles as Detroit to beat Kansas City.
After Adduci double victory Brandon Maurer tied it, Jason Hamel replaced Maurer and gave a first throw RBI double against McCann, his third strike to put the Tigers ahead.
Maurer (0-4) faced three strokes in the ninth round and scored all goals.
Alex Wilson (1-3) took the win. Shane Greene gave up a two-out single in ninth, before he received his 20th rescue in 23 chances.
WHITE SOX 5, ANGELS 3
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) – Jose Abreu married and drove in two runs, Lucius Giolito and the Chicago White Sox at the head of Los Angeles.
Shohei Ohtani struck a solo home run for the Angels, who gave away a 3-1 lead.
Leury Garcia had a green light in Chicago. run sixth. Los Angeles starter Jaime Barria (5-7) and helper Hansel Robles combined to go three blows and beat another with a pitch during the inning, in addition to an infield single.
Abreu hit a solo shot in the first, only his second home this month. The all-star bat has tied the game at 3 with a single in the sixth.
Giolito (7-8) gave up three runs and five hits in six innings. The native Southern California hit five and went four, one on purpose.
Joakim Soria spiked Justin Upton with two for his 15th save.
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