Wednesday On Wednesday, Los Angeles defeated the visiting San Francisco Giants 5-4 to complete a three-game sweep. Shohei Ohtani hit his first home run in a Dodgers uniform. In his ninth game of the season, Ohtani ended the longest home run drought he had ever had during the start of a major league season by hitting a deep fly into the right-center field bleachers in the seventh inning off Giants left-hander Taylor Rogers.

Ohtani finished two runs shy of a double. To increase their franchise record and go closer to the New York Yankees’ mark of 13 games in 1932, the Dodgers have scored at least five runs in each of their nine games this season. The Dodgers concluded their opening homestand of the season with a 6-1 record behind wins from Tyler Glasnow (2-0) and Miguel Rojas, who added a home run. This was Glasnow’s second win in three outings. A’s 0, Red Sox 1 Boston finished a three-game sweep of Oakland thanks to an eight-hit shutout from Nick Pivetta and four relievers.

Enmanuel Valdez hit a sacrifice fly in the fourth inning to score the sole run of the contest, allowing Pivetta (1-1) to defeat Oakland’s Ross Stripling (0-2) to take the victory. In five innings, Pivetta gave up just five hits to the A’s, while Kenley Jansen earned his second save by getting out of a jam in the ninth inning. In seven innings, Stripling gave up one run and eight hits. Blue Jays 0, Astros 8. In the final game of a three-game set, Houston defeated visiting Toronto thanks to two home runs from Yordan Alvarez, who also ended with four hits and three RBIs. Houston’s Jose Altuve and Jeremy Pena both hit home runs, while Cristian Javier (1-0) surrendered just one hit in five innings.

Despite Houston pitchers walking seven, the Astros outhit the Blue Jays 15–1. For the Blue Jays, Chris Bassitt (0-2) gave up four runs on nine hits in 4 1/3 innings. Mariners 0, Guardians 8. Cleveland easily defeated the host Seattle team with to two doubles and two RBIs from Jose Ramirez and six 2/3 scoreless innings from Logan Allen. The Guardians won two of the three games in the series thanks to leadoff hitter Steven Kwan’s three-for-five performance and three scores. Allen (2-0) gave up four hits, three walks, and six strikeouts. George Kirby (1-0) of the Mariners was pounded for eight runs on ten hits in just 3 2/3 innings of work.

Marlins 2, Angels 10 Los Angeles finished a three-game sweep of the visiting Miami Marlins, Patrick Sandoval recovered from a poor Opening Day start, and Miguel Sano reached base four times. The Marlins are now 0-7, the greatest losing streak to begin a season in franchise history, while the Angels have won four straight games.

AJ Puk (0-2) pitched four innings, giving up five hits, three walks, and four runs (two earned) while striking out five Miami batters. Twins 7, Brewers 3. With two outs in the top of the seventh inning, Ryan Jeffers launched a three-run home ball that gave Minnesota the lead over the visiting Milwaukee team. The Twins overcame a 3-1 deficit with a five-run rally that was capped by Jeffers’ home run. After back-to-back doubles by Alex Kirilloff and Byron Buxton to start the frame, Carlos Correa tied the score with an RBI single.

Sal Frelick was 2-for-3 with a run, and Rhys Hoskins also went deep. Rays 1; Rangers 4 In St. Petersburg, Florida, Texas defeated Tampa Bay with Corey Seager’s first home run of the year and seven scoreless innings pitched by Nathan Eovaldi. Eovaldi (1-0) gave up just four hits and eight strikeouts in 103 pitches during his second appearance of the season for the Rangers. For the Rays, Aaron Civale (1-1) pitched six shutout innings while giving up just one run on four hits.

Throughout 87 pitches, he gave two walks and struck out eight batters. Diamondbacks 5, Yankees 6 (11) In Phoenix, New York defeated Arizona thanks to an RBI double from Aaron Judge and a run scored on a baulk by Jon Berti in the eleventh inning. The eleventh inning started with runners on first and third thanks to a single by Gleyber Torres off of Scott McGough (0-1). With the Yankees leading 5–4, McGough was not set when he pitched to Juan Soto and was called for a baulk. Judge singled to centre field to score Torres after hitting a two-run home run in the fourth inning.

In the second inning, rookie Blaze Alexander of the Diamondbacks hit his first home run of the season, and in the fifth, Ketel Marte added a single drive. In the first inning, Marte also blasted a double to mark his 1,000th career hit. Phillies 1, Reds 4. Cincinnati overcame the home team, Philadelphia, thanks to doubles from Christian Encarnacion-Strand and Elly De La Cruz. In five and a third innings, Reds starter Frankie Montas (2-0) allowed five hits and one run while striking out five and walking three.

Zack Wheeler (0-1) of the Phillies started the game and gave up three hits and three runs (one earned) in six innings. He walked one and struck out ten. Cardinals 2, Padres 3. In six innings, Joe Musgrove limited St. Louis to only one run on five hits, leading host San Diego to victory.

For the Padres, Musgrove (1-1) walked one and struck out seven. After giving up nine runs on fifteen hits in eight and a third innings over his first two outings of the season, he recovered admirably. Zack Thompson (0-2) of the Cardinals gave up three runs in five innings on five hits and four walks. Five were fanned by him. Royals 3, Orioles 4. Host Baltimore defeated Kansas City with a late-inning comeback led by walk-off two-run single from James McCann. In three days, the Orioles have won twice with walk-off victories. Monday, Baltimore won 6-4 thanks to a two-run home run by Jordan Westburg in the ninth inning.

For the Royals, Maikel Garcia hit a solo home run in the eighth inning and Salvador Perez had two RBI singles. Bobby Witt Jr. and Garcia both had two hits in the end, while Perez finished with three. Pirates 3, Nationals 5. Washington handed visiting Pittsburgh its first loss of the year, and Joey Gallo had three hits, including his first home run. Luis Garcia Jr. of the Nationals scored twice, drove in a run, and had three doubles.

Two hits and two RBIs were delivered by CJ Abrams. The Pirates got a two-run single from Michael A. Taylor in addition to Jack Suwinski’s home run and double. Cubs 9, Rockies 8 With Seiya Suzuki hitting a home run and driving in four runs, and Miguel Amaya chipping in with three RBIs, Chicago lost a six-run lead but managed to overcome visiting Colorado. Miles Mastrobuoni struck out in the bottom of the eighth but advanced to first base on a wild pitch, sparking the winning rally. Mastrobuoni was singled by Ian Happ to third, and Suzuki grounded out to third. Ryan McMahon’s throw was lost by catcher Jacob Stallings, allowing Mastrobuoni to score the game-winning run. The Rockies took a lead in the sixth inning thanks to an RBI single from Kris Bryant, who had not hit in 19 at-bats this season.

Bryant finished with two hits, and Blackmon went 3-for-5 with two RBIs. Mets against. Tigers, ppd. Rain forced the postponement of Detroit’s scheduled game against host New York for the second straight day. On Thursday, the clubs will play a doubleheader with single entry. White Sox vs. Braves, ppd. The Atlanta Falcons’ match against Chicago was cancelled because of rain, snow, and a bad weather prediction. The White Sox’s Thursday game in Kansas City means that the Braves game will be played on June 27.


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