Marlins rally to beat Josh Hader, Padres

Gene Segura hit the tying single in the bottom of the ninth off San Diego Padres’ star closer Josh Hader and Nick Fortes after the host Miami Marlins rallied for a 2-1 win on Wednesday. Night.

With the Marlins trailing 1-0 entering the ninth, Yuli Gurriel worked against Hader (0-1), who has 13 saves this season. Gurriel advanced and scored on Joey Wendell’s sacrifice bunt when Segura smoked a 97-mph double off diving shortstop Xander Bogarts. Segura advanced to second on a throw home, stole third base, and scored easily on Fortes’s single.

San Diego’s Blake Snell pitched six scoreless innings for his best outing of the year, but received a no decision. Catcher Gary Sanchez slugged his first homer of the season — one of just two San Diego hits.

Marlins lefty Braxton Garrett earned a no decision, striking out seven. In 5 1/3 innings, he allowed two hits, one walk, and one run. He hasn’t won a game since April 22.

Mariners 1, Yankees 0 (10 innings)

Cal Raleigh hit a single to right field in the bottom of the 10th inning to score Jose Caballero from second as host Seattle defeated New York to save a three-game series finale.

Raleigh’s leadoff hit came off Ron Marinaccio (2-2) after Mariners reliever Justin Topa (1-2) got out of a bases-loaded jam in the top of the 10th.

Seattle starter George Kirby, a native of Rye, NY, facing the Yankees for the first time, pitched eight scoreless innings. He gave up three sixes, did not walk a batter and hit seven sixes. New York’s Clark Schmidt allowed three hits in 5 2/3 innings, with one walk and seven strikeouts.

Angels 12, White Sox 5

Shohei Ohtani hit a two-run home run and Mike Trout and Taylor Ward each hit one to lift Los Angeles over host Chicago.

Chad Wallach’s solo shot in the ninth capped off the team’s five-homer afternoon. Angels starter Jaime Barea (2-2) scattered one run and four hits over five innings with three walks and six strikeouts.

Andrew Vaughn and Yasmani Grandal both had a pair of hits for the White Sox, who added a run in the seventh on Clint Frazier’s pinch-hit RBI single. Jake Burger hit a solo home run in the ninth. Hanser Alberto closed the scoring with a two-run double.

Tigers 3, Rangers 2

Jake Marisnik, who had been acquired from the Chicago White Sox the day before, had two hits and an RBI in his Detroit debut, which saved the three-game series finale with the trip to Texas.

The Tigers were playing their first game after learning that center fielder Riley Green, their leading hitter, would be out indefinitely with a stress fracture in his left fibula. Will West (2-0) was credited with the win, pitching 1 2/3 innings of scoreless relief. Alex Lange struck out two in the ninth to get his 10th save.

Nathaniel Lowe had two hits and an RBI for the Rangers. Starter Dan Dunning (4-1) allowed three runs and seven hits with six strikeouts and one walk over five innings.

Rays 4, Cubs 3

Brandon Lowe hit a tying two-run homer in the seventh inning, then Jose Siri put Tampa Bay ahead with his two-run shot in the eighth, and the Rays went on to sweep the three-game series with a win over host Chicago. avoided. ,

Tampa Bay, which scored just one run total in losing the first two games, fell behind 2–0 when Lowe took out Mark Leiter Jr. with one man on. (1-1) In the eye of the center-field batter. Then with the Rays down 3–2, and after Taylor Walls walked, Siri tagged Leiter on a drive that landed in almost the same spot for the visitors’ first lead of the series.

Chicago starter Justin Steele, one of this season’s biggest surprises (6-2, 2.77 ERA entering the game), is officially out with left arm stiffness after tossing three perfect innings with one strikeout. has left.

Nationals 10, Dodgers 6

Luis Garcia hit a tie-breaking three-run homer in the eighth inning, Cabrette Ruiz went deep twice, and Washington used five homers to clinch a win over Los Angeles to avoid a three-game series sweep. .

CJ Abrams and Jaimar Candelario also hit home runs for the Nationals, while Joe Meneses had three hits. The win ended a three-game losing streak for Washington.

Mookie Betts hit two home runs and Will Smith also went deep, but the Dodgers lost for just the second time in 15 home games. Dodgers right-hander Noah Syndergaard allowed five runs on seven hits in five innings, including three home runs.

Brewers 4, Blue Jays 2

Abraham Toro hit a two-run home run, and Milwaukee went on to defeat Toronto.

Owen Miller added a two-run double for the Brewers in a two-hit game that evened the three-game series at one win apiece, with the rubber match set for Thursday afternoon. Milwaukee right-hander Julio Teheran (1-1) allowed one unearned run and four hits in six innings with no walks or strikeouts.

Matt Chapman hit two doubles for Toronto. Right-hander Alec Manoah (1-6) allowed two runs, three hits and three walks while striking out two in four innings.

Reds 5, Red Sox 4

Spencer Steuer hit a two-run home run in the seventh inning to help visiting Cincinnati beat Boston and extend their winning streak to five games.

Steuer’s home run, his eighth of the season, came against the losing pitcher Josh Winkowski (2–1) and broke a 3–3 tie. Kevin Newman, who had singled in the first inning, also scored on a home run. Newman, Matt McLain and Nick Senzel each had two hits for the Reds.

Alex Verdugo and Masataka Yoshida each had two hits each for Boston. Yoshida and Emmanuel Valdez each hit a solo home run for the Red Sox, who have lost three in a row.

Diamondbacks 6, Rockies 0

Tommy Henry threw seven innings of two-hit ball, Christian Walker homered, and Arizona beat Colorado in Phoenix.

Pavin Smith, Corbin Carroll and Jake McCarthy each had two hits for Arizona, which has won four straight.

Nolan Jones, Brenton Doyle and Alan Trejo had only three hits each for Colorado, who lost three straight to start their seven-game road trip.

Guardians 12, Orioles 8

In the rubber match of the three-game series, Josh Naylor had four hits and drove in six runs to lead Cleveland to a victory over host Baltimore.

Naylor went 4-for-5 with two doubles, a two-run homer and three runs scored, while Andres Jimenez went 4-for-5 with two RBIs. Adley Rutschman went 4-for-5 with an RBI and a run scored, while Anthony Santander hit a two-run homer for the Orioles.

After trailing 7–6 entering the fifth inning, the Guardians loaded the bases before Naylor cleaned them up with a double to center, then scored on Arias’ two-run homer for an 11–7 lead. Took a house in the center together. Xavien Curry (2-0) allowed one run on one hit in his only inning to earn the win.

Braves 4, Athletics 2

Ronald Acuna Jr. broke out of a mini-slump with two hits and an RBI to help Atlanta beat Oakland and salvage a game in their three-game series.

Acuna was hitless in the first two games, when the Braves combined for only three runs and 10 hits. Atlanta had seven hits in the series finale, with Orlando Arcia getting three and scoring twice.

Atlanta starter Jared Shuster (2-2) worked 5 1/3 innings and gave up two runs on three hits, four walks and one strikeout. Oakland starter James Kaprielian (0-6) pitched 4 2/3 innings and allowed three runs on five hits, had one walk, four strikeouts and one hit batter.

Pirates 9, Giants 4

Andrew McCutchen and Connor Jo collected three hits apiece, Brian Reynolds drove in three runs and Ji Hwan Bae scored three times as Pittsburgh slowly pulled away from host San Francisco.

Mitch Keller (7-1) pitched hard six innings and allowed a season-high 10 hits as the Pirates captured the rubber match of the three-game set. He walked one and struck out eight, his seventh consecutive start with eight or more strikeouts.

The Giants got single runs in the second and third innings on RBI hits by Patrick Bailey and Wilmer Flores, but in between, Pittsburgh scored four runs against San Francisco starter Alex Wood (1–1). McCutchen doubled in a run, Rodolfo Castro homered in the second and K’Brien Hayes used his fourth triple of the season to plate two more, helping the Pirates take the lead and would never relinquish it.

Mets 4, Phillies 1

Carlos Carrasco tossed six solid innings and Mark Canha accounted for all four RBIs as New York visited Philadelphia.

Carrasco (2-2), making his third start since missing more than a month with right elbow inflammation, allowed one run on six hits – including Edmundo Sosa’s homer from third – and One walk while striking out four.

Brandon Marsh, Bryson Stott, Cody Clemens and Bryce Harper each had two hits for the Phillies. Philadelphia starter Aaron Nola (4-4) gave up four runs on four hits and struck out three while striking out five in six innings.

Twins 8, Astros 2

Rookie right-hander Louie Verland threw seven shutout innings and Donovan Solano drove in four runs as Minnesota won the rubber of a three-game series with host Houston.

Woreland (3-1) dominated throughout, allowing one walk while striking out five on four hits. Ryan Jeffers had two hits and two RBI, and Willie Castro had two hits and three runs scored for the Twins, who had lost their previous four series.

Astros rookie right-hander Hunter Brown (5-2) gave up five runs on six hits and struck out eight while striking out two. Jake Meyers and Yener Diaz belted back-to-back homers in the eighth off Twins reliever Jorge Lopez.

– Field Level Media

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