Will Benson crushed the first game of his career at home at the bottom of the table, giving the Cincinnati Reds another stunning win over the Los Angeles Dodgers, 8-6 on Wednesday night.
After TJ Hopkins took the lead in a draw, Benson hit a 2-2 shot from Evan Phillips 420 feet into the right-hand stand area. The long ball limited Benson’s 48th major game in two seasons. Cincinnati topped Los Angeles 9-8 in Tuesday’s opening game by scoring three points at the bottom of the ninth table.
Alexis Diaz (2-1) threw the ball perfectly in ninth place to win. Phillips (1-2) faced two beaters and didn’t retreat as the Dodgers lost their fourth game in a row. Mookie Betts hit his 42nd career header, his 16th longest ball of the season, to open the game.
Sensation rookie Elly De La Cruz excited the home crowd once again with a homer on the tape measure and a treble as the Reds clinched their third straight win. The 458-foot blast was a major league hitter’s fifth-longest hit for his first game in the Statcast era, since 2015.
Ray 2, Twin 1
Randy Arozarena hit a leading homer late in the ninth inning to help Tampa Bay win over Minnesota in St. Petersburg, Fla.
Arozarena connected on the table to score 0-1 from Twins reliever Jhoan Duran (1-2), sending it over the fence in the right half in his 12th game of the season. Isaac Paredes is also home to Tampa Bay, who have won their fifth straight and improved their best record of 28-6 at home.
Minnesota managed only three hits in the competition, all singles. The Twins squandered a strong start from Pablo Lopez, who allowed just one run with five hits in seven innings. He took one shot and hit six in his 92-shot opening game.
Cardinal 1, Rangers 0
Alec Burleson broke a scoreless game with a home run in the eighth inning, which proved to be the only goal as the St. Louis beat Texas in Arlington, Texas.
Burleson’s deep ball ruined a great start for Rangers starter Jon Gray (6-2), who went long distances, allowing a four-shot run with top 12 goals. season in nine innings.
The one who started St. Louis Jack Flaherty threw six official rounds, launched three hits and five walks with eight hits. The visitor’s bullpen is also delivered. Jordan Hicks (1-3) won, Giovanny Gallegos pitched perfectly in eighth and Ryan Helsley earned a seventh save with a ninth 1-2-3.
Athletics 9, Pirates 5
Ryan Noda coming home and visiting Oakland scored seven runs in the first inning to top Pittsburgh in the rubbers of a three-game series.
Jace Peterson added a two-way double, Brent Rooker had two RBIs and Jonah Bride and JJ Bleday each hit an RBI single for A, who have won head-to-head games for the third time this season. Oakland starter Hogan Harris (1-0), his first major tournament start, is allowed to run three times in five innings.
Rodolfo Castro scored and scored twice for the Pirates. Pittsburgh starter Roansy Contreras (3-5) made shock waves in seven runs, six hits and two walks while scoring just one out, one strike.
Padres 10, Mariners 3
Juan Soto hit a five-match for the first time of his career and drove in four runs and Gary Sanchez hit a three-time homer as San Diego won over Seattle to split a series of two alternations. game.
Soto won 5 to 5 with four singles and a double. Sanchez scored his first goal for the Padres in the second half before making it 4-0 in the second half with his fourth header in the last eight. Padres’ right hand, Michael Wacha, dropped two shots and walked with seven hits in six goalless innings to improve to 6-2.
Meanwhile, Seattle right-hander George Kirby (5-5), who entered the match against ERA 3.04, dropped out five times with a career-high 11 hits in just 3 innings. /3. He didn’t make a walk and had three strikes.
Marlins 6, Royal 1
Jesus Sanchez ran a 445-foot homer and drove in four laps to lead host Miami past Kansas City for a sixth straight win.
Marlins second hitter, Luis Arraez, who leads the major leagues with an average of 0.403, won 2 to 4. He has five consecutive hits. Edward Cabrera (5-4) won despite having to leave the field after five innings due to blistering. He allows a run.
Royals starter Jordan Lyles (0-10) allows five runs and six hits in seven plus innings.
Diamondbacks 6, Country 2
Corbin Carroll hit four shots, including a two-round homer, and Zach Davies threw the ball into the seventh inning as Arizona beat hosts Washington.
Emmanuel Rivera added three hits and two RBIs for the Diamondbacks, which have won eight of their last 10 games. Ketel Marte had three hits and Carroll scored three runs. Davies (1-1) went through 6 2/3 innings, giving up twice with five hits. He hit eight and went one.
Joey Meneses and Dominic Smith each have two hits for Washington, which has lost four games in a row. Patrick Corbin (4-6) made it through six innings while allowing three runs with 11 hits. He goes one and hits out four.
Blue jay 3, Astros 2
Chris Bassitt hit the ball hard for eight rounds, pincer Alejandro Kirk hit an RBI single in the seventh round and Toronto beat away Houston.
Bo Bichette and Brandon Belt hit a home run for the Blue Jays, who won two games in a row. Bassitt (7-4), who had a difficult run in a row, let two runs and four hits happen. Right-handed people hit out five and don’t give the order to walk.
Yordan Alvarez achieved two home runs for the Astros. Houston right-hander Ronel Blanco gave up two runs, three hits and four walks in six innings. He scored 5 points in the start of his second career.
Guardian 5, Red Sox 2
Amed Rosario had three headers, two goals and a run when he returned to the starting line-up as Cleveland ended a three-game streak against visitors Boston.
Josh Naylor won 3 to 4 with an RBI, and Josh Bell drove in two runs for Cleveland, overtaking the Red Sox 10-5 and recovering from a 5-4 loss in the series opener. Tanner Bibee (2-1) allows to run twice (once earned) in five innings to win.
Boston, which finished 1-14 with the runner-up in scoring, took an early lead on Rafael Devers’ scoring single with a goal conceding in the first half. Kutter Crawford (1-3) dropped three runs (earned twice) after five hits with three strikes over three innings.
brave 7, meet 5
Michael Harris II hit a turn, two runs straight into the center area in the eighth inning, helping Atlanta win ahead of a visit to New York.
Harris, last year’s National League Rookie of the Year, came out of a slump to win 3 to 4 with a brace and three RBIs. The winning pitcher was Nick Anderson (4-0), whose eighth pitch did not score. AJ Minter earned his eighth save with a perfect ninth save.
Brooks Raley (1-1), who helped Marcell Ozuna score a brace against Harris homer, was accused of losing. The Mets’ squad was dealt a blow in the first half when Pete Alonso, the major league leader in home runs, had to leave the game after being hit by a Charlie Morton throw to his left wrist. X-ray came back negative.
Brewer 10, Orioles 2
Joey Wiemer won 4 to 4, went home twice and drove for five runs and Corbin Burnes threw eight goalless innings to help Milwaukee continue to visit Baltimore.
Willy Adames is also home to the Brewers. Burnes (5-4) only to happen twice on target and not dribble while scoring the highest score of the season.
Orioles starter Dean Kremer (6-3) dropped nine hits and six runs in five innings. Baltimore ended the Brewers’ closing bid with two runs in ninth place.
Giants 5, Rockies 4
Austin Slater and LaMonte Wade Jr. two shots each, and San Francisco came back 4-0 to beat Colorado in Denver.
Taylor Rogers (2-2) threw the ball in a light half and Camilo Doval made his 15th save for the Giants, who had won 10 games in a row against Colorado. San Francisco starter Logan Webb Webb gave up four times with eight hits in 5 innings of 1/3. He went two and hit out three.
Nolan Jones was the one who scored two of his hits, and Ezequiel Tovar also had two hits for the Rockies. Colorado starter Connor Seabold allows for two runs with two hits, two passes and four in six plus innings.