Brock Holt's footballing walk in the sixth inning kicked off when host Boston Red Sox defeated the Los Angeles Angels season series on Thursday with a 4-2 win to defeat Fenway with three games Park (19659002) Jackie Bradley Jr. knocked two run home run and added Rafael Devers the only shot, as Boston won for the sixth time in seven games. Andrelton Simmons hit a solo homer and Albert Pujols drove in a race for Los Angeles that has lost six straight.
Red Sox relegier Hector Velazquez (6-0) took the win after beating three in two scoreless innings. Starter Brian Johnson allowed a run on three hits, ran a batter and stroked two over four frames. Angels starter Jaime Barria (5-4) threw 5 1/3 innings and gave up two runs on four hits with two walks and four strikeouts.
Phillies 4, Nationals 3
Aaron Nola threw 7 2/3 strong innings Rhys Hoskins married and host Philadelphia opened a four-game series with Washington at Citizens Bank Park.
Nola (10-2) allowed five hits and one run while beating eight in an impressive 114-pitch performance. Rhys Hoskins had three hits while Maikel Franco and Jorge Alfaro each added two hits for the Phillies.
Tanner Roark (3-9) threw six solid innings for the Nationals and recorded seven hits and two runs, one of which was earned. Roark threw 107 pitches, 62 for strikes. Trea Turner had some hits for the Nationals.
Rockies 9, Giants 8
DJ LeMahieu strapped on a green light, two run-home runs by Sam Dyson to help with one off the top of the ninth inning. He visited Colorado on the outskirts of San Francisco and avoided a three-game -Round.
LeMahieu's exploits came after San Francisco's Alen Hanson had delivered a double wedding of Rockie's relief standout Adam Ottavino in the Round of 16, giving the Giants a 8-7 lead after the fifth successive win, three outs.
But Chris Iannetta, who appeared in the seventh inning as Pinch Hitter, recorded his second single in a row and opened the ninth against Dyson (2-2) for LeMahieu, whose homer was his eighth of the season. The blown fuse was Dyson's fourth of the season.
Astros 1, Rays 0
Lance McCullers made seven shutout innings, Jake Marisnick smashed a solo homer, and Houston built his street winning streak on 11 games with a win over Tampa Bay at Tropicana Field.
McCullers (9-3) allowed three hits, all singles and two walks. McCullers recorded seven strikeouts, including 17 swing-and-misses on his curveball. Marisnick beat his seventh homer to the left field of Ryan's left-hander Ryan Yarbrough (7-4) with one in the fifth inning. Astros Closer Hector Rondon earned his fifth save while grazing the side in the ninth inning.
Yarbrough allowed seven hits and a walk batting four over 6 1/3 innings. He came in after assistant Ryne Stanek started the game with 1 2/3 goalless innings. The Rays grabbed their eight-game home-winning strike.
Cubs 11, Dodgers 5
Addison Russell hit a home run and drove in four runs and Anthony Rizzo had a three-run double in a seven-race seventh inning
Albert Almora Jr. added a homerun while Jason Heyward put the Cubs ahead with an RBI double to open the big seventh inning of the Cubs. Rizzo had four goals and Javier Baez had three to give him nine in the last three games. Baez went 14 vs. 26 against the Dodgers this season.
Max Muncy and Justin Turner met the Dodgers to give the club 53 home players this month and make a franchise record. The Dodgers are five months in the Major League record for a month to play two games. The Cubs overcame a solid five-inning trip by the Dodgers & # 39; Clayton Kershaw when the left-hander made his second start since his return from the disabled list due to a back issue.
Mariners 4, Orioles 2 (10 innings)  Dee Gordon scored the tie-break in the top 10 of the pitch thanks to a Baltimore error, and Nelson Cruz added an RBI single as Seattle Baltimore defeated in Camden Yards.
The victory gave the Mariners a touch of the four-game series. Seattle have now won four games in a row, while Baltimore lost five consecutive injuries and frustrations in one season. The Mariners are 8-0 in extra-inning games this season.
The Mariners finished 1-by-18 in these situations, but two Baltimore mistakes in the 10th helped them get the go-ahead. Mike Leake threw seven strong innings for the Mariners and gave up two runs on five hits with six strikeouts and a walk. For Baltimore, Jimmy Yacabonis went four innings plus two batters in his first career start, allowing two runs with six strokes, grazing five and going one.
Brewers 6, Reds 4
Milwaukee's Eric Thames resumes his Homeland Completed the Reds pitching and won three clemency against Milwaukee for a comeback victory in Cincinnati.
Thames Homer Off Reds' helper Amir Garrett (1-0) was his 13th in 20 games against Cincinnati. Last season, for the first time since May 14, he won the right-hander Junior Guerra (4-5). Milwaukee was also led by Jesus Aguilar in two runs. It was his 19th and brought him into equality in the NL, and his 10th in June.
Rookie Jesse Winker struck his sixth home run, and Jose Peraza beat his fourth and second in two games, for the Reds, who came back 2-0 and 4-2 ahead of the Brewers. The Brewer lost left fielder to Christian Yelich in the first inning to a lower back injury.
Twins 2, White Sox 1 (13 innings)
Max Kepler had two successes and drove in the winning run with a base-charged Go in the 13th inning as a visit to Minnesota Chicago at guaranteed rate field in Chicago.
Logan Morrison, who was previously called, scored the win for doubles Hector Santiago (2-3) with two outs in the 13th. Shortstop Ehire Adrianza was deliberately run and center fielder Jake Cave also went to load the bases. Kepler then went into the game win when Santiago's 3-2 pitch was high.
Alan Busenitz (2-0), the seventh pitcher of the Twins in the game, won the victory with 1 2/3 innings of two – relief when Minnesota won for the second time in seven games, making it Chicago's season-best-binding Three-game winning streak broke through.
A's 4, Tigers 2
Sean Manaea overcame an early homer to pitch Six strong innings and glowing Jed Lowrie had two more hits as Oakland completed a four-game road sweep of Detroit in Comerica Park.
Manaea (8-6) allowed two runs on five goals in Oakland's tenth win in his last 12 games. A trio of relievers followed him, and Blake Treinen drew his 20th store by getting the last three out. Lowrie had nine hits in the series, five for extra legs, and drove in five runs for Oakland, which has risen to six games over .500 during its heat strikes.
Nicholas Castellanos hit a two-run homer for the Tigers, who lost nine to Oakland last season. John Hicks added two hits.
Diamondbacks 4, Marlins 0
Arizona right-hander Zack Greinke struck seven goalless innings, had two hits including an RBI single, stole a base and scored a run in Arizona's win over host Miami at Marlins Park.
Paul Goldschmidt had three hits and an RBI, and Nick Ahmed had two hits, including an RBI double for the Diamondbacks who reached 8-2 after a 10-game road trip and since May 28, 21- 8 are. the best record in the majors in this spread. Greinke (8-5) gave seven hits, all singles, crossed six and hit a batter, while he upgraded to 7-0 in 12 career appearances against the Marlins. He won three launches on the trip as his ERA fell to 3.41, the lowest since the first week of April.
JT Riddle had three goals and Bryan Holaday had two for the Marlins (32-50), the first National League team with 50 defeats. They lost three in a row and six out of nine.
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