Dodgers complete sweep of Nationals season


Matt Beaty scored Home Red and Max Muncy scored 2 and 3 RBIs. The Los Angeles Dodgers won 5-1 Sunday to complete the Washington Nationals’ four-game streak sweep.

David Price (4-0) gave the Dodgers two scoreless innings, and the Dodgers extended their winning streak to the best nine games of the season.

Alcides Escobar has hit Washington three times and has lost all seven meetings with the Dodgers this season.

The Dodgers broke a 1-1 stalemate with two runs in the seventh inning. Gavin Lux, who had three hits, posted a double lead and scored with a single with a put out to left fielder Joe Ross of Albert Pujols (5-8).

Tony Gonsolin took part in the game as a replacement for Pujols, scoring with Muncie’s brace, Brad Hand, replacing Ross with two strikeouts.

Giants 5, Diamondbacks 2

Despite Buster Posey’s thumb injury, the Giants won the struggling D-Bucks thanks to Anthony DeSclafanny’s 8 2/3 innings. Arizona has lost 50 of the last 58 games.

DeSclafany earned his ninth victory of the season hitting seven hits, giving up two runs and six hits and walking just two hitters.

When the fake ball was seen with the thumb of his left hand, Posey was upset and out of play. The team later announced it was a bruise and the x-ray was negative. Before going out, Posey scored twice and ran.

Tigers 6, White Sox 5

Akil Baddoo produced two runs for two on three runs, Jamer Candelario had three hits and two runs, and host Detroit beat Chicago.

Eric Haase, who hit two three-run homers on Saturday, added two hits as the Tigers won two of three games to win the weekend series. Harold Castro was two RBIs and two RBIs short.

José Abreu hit a three-run homerun in the White Sox’s ninth inning, but the Chicago rally was insufficient. He led the White Sox offensive with three hits, two runs and four RBIs. Tim Anderson provided 3 hits and won 2 points.

Padres 11, Phillies 1

Manny Machado returned home twice, drove five races, walked three times and lifted San Diego in front of host Philadelphia.

Webster Levas hit a three-run homerun and Eric Hosmer scored a three-run double from Hector Neris in the ninth inning.

Jurickson Profar recorded the best of the season with four hits, and Fernando Tatís Jr. and Jake Cronenworth added two hits to each of the Padres, who lost three straight games before the game.

Pirates 2, Brewers 0

Kevin Newman left-hander Tyler Anderson pitched seven white innings not only because Pittsburgh recorded six straight losses, but also because Milwalky stopped 11 straight wins.

Anderson (4-8), who was often the victim of poor support in the run, had had enough this time around because he held down Milwaukee on two walks, six strikeouts and three hits.

He joined David Bednar, who pitched eight times with a four-hit shutout, and Richard Rodriguez, who hit the ninth pitch with an eleventh save.

Reds 3, Cubs 2

When Cincinnati completed a three-game weekend sweep in Chicago, a three-pitching trio were combined for a scoreless 2-1 / 3-innings relief, and Jesse Winker was involved in seven 2-point trades. I drove on a run.

Willson Contreras finished the game with a 5-4-3 double play with one and two draws and a go-ahead in nine innings. Amir Garrett, who made a terrible mistake on the first six throws of the ninth inning, rebounded to win his sixth save. The Reds Relief Art Warren (2-0) won by recording the final of the seventh round.

The Cubs fell to 0.500 in the season (42-42) with nine straight losses after defeating Los Angeles, Milwaukee and Cincinnati 1-9 to complete a nightmarish 10-game road trip.

Raise 5, Blue Jays 1

Rookie Wander Franco hit a homerun and a brace, while Austin Meadows had three RBIs and two RBIs, visiting Tampa Bay and beating Toronto.

Raise finished five in a row to avoid being swept away in the three-game series. They also stopped the 10-game road from a losing streak.

The Blue Jays, who completed the 6-4 home stand, had a solo homerun by Randal Grichuk.

Astros 4, Indian 3 (10 innings)

Chas McCormick returned home and had three runs, and Houston completed a four-game road sweep with a pair of ten Cleveland errors.

The Astros won the first-ever sweep of the series against Cleveland while posting the fourth sweep of this season’s four-game series. In Houston, Indian relief Emanuel Klaas (3-3) dropped a stint on the 10th, Jason Castro reached and Yuli Gurriel scored the first goal with a late inning double play.

At the bottom of the frame, left-hander Brooks Raley d’Astros threw Harold Ramirez second behind shortstop Carlos Correa after stealing a pop bunt from Indian wide receiver Roberto Perez. Rayleigh recorded a second save with a strike from pinch hitter Oscar Mercado.

Braves 8, Marlins 7 (10 innings)

Pitcher Max Fried hit Atlanta with a two-strikeout win in the 10th inning, giving Atlanta an unlikely win on their visit to Miami.

The Braves beat Anthony Bass (1-4), charging base on 10, and Austin Riley appears to have won the wild field. But when the video showed that Riley had never touched the house, the play was canceled.

Freed, who was called by the stick because the Braves were out of position, scored 3-1 before lining up in the middle of the field.

Mets 10, Yankees 5 (Game 1)

Pete Alonso hit a struggling Aroldis Chapman home run to open seven innings, and pinch hitter Jose Peraza beat the Yankees with the Mets’ opener in seven innings, followed by a tiebreaker of two. double five batting points. hit. Doubleheader at night at Yankee Stadium.

This was the fourth stop for Chapman who posted a sunrise ERA of 11.42 on June 11. When Alonso hit his 14th home run, Chapman turned around, frowned and incredibly put his hand on his head.

The loss sent the Yankees 41-41 to the 0.500 mark, resulting in their seventh loss in eight games since June 24. Gerrit Cole was charged with 6 hits and 4 runs in 31/3 innings. His career.

Yankees 4, Mets 2 (game 2)

When the Yankees defeated the Mets at Yankee Stadium and saved the day-to-night doubles division, Gio Urshela hit a three-run homer in the second inning, with three pitchers joining three batters.

In its last home game before All-Star Break, the Yankees earned their second victory in nine games, going over 0.500 42-41. The Yankees took a one-point lead in Game 1 when the Mets rallied on six points for the seventh time to claim a 10-5 victory.

Pete Alonso hit the Aroldis Chapman home run in the first round, Darren O’Day’s four home runs, two home runs and the Mets’ six home runs. It was the 30th time Met had returned home to both ends of the doubles since Shawn Green in 2006.

Angels 6, Orioles 5

Juan Lagares completed a three-game sweep by hitting a two-run home run in the ninth inning and winning a visit to Los Angeles in Baltimore.

Cedric Mullins beat Solohomer early in the ninth inning, giving the Orioles a 5-4 lead. He is the only scorer the Angels have made in the last seven appearances, near Raisel Iglesias (6-3).

Shohei Ohtani has hit 31 home runs this season, leading the major leagues, Anthony Rendon has hit home runs and Philip Gosselin has hit two Angels hits, winning six of seven.

Twins 6, Royals 2

Kenta Maeda hit the season’s top 10 hitters, traveled to Minnesota to defeat Kansas City and lost five straight, allowing just one pair in six clean innings.

Jorge Polanco, Max Kepler and Alex Kirilloff each returned home, and Luis Arráez scored 3-4, scoring three times and leading the Twins aggressively. Polanco and Trevor Larnach scored two RBIs and RBIs, respectively.

Maeda (4-3) was the seventh of his career to hit a double-digit hitter in the game, but this season was the first. Nine of ten strikeouts were due to swings.

Red Sox 1, Athletics 0

Right-hander Nick Pivetta was in the second shutout of the season, and Alex Verdugo recorded the lone run of the day after six starting doubles that left Auckland for Boston.

Pivetta (7-3) limited A to two singles with seven innings after the team traded one-point extra wins on Friday and Saturday. He took two steps and reached the top ten of the season.

Boston completed their 16th point win and third shutout this year, with Matt Barnes taking his place after a 2-1 jam with his ninth save after Garrett Whitlock played eight innings. I bent over.

Mariner 4 and Rangers 1

Luis Torrens and Shed Long Jr. hit home runs, Chris Flexen pitched six innings, Seattle visited Texas and lost, winning two of three games in the series.

Flexen (7-3) allowed a run with four hits. The right-handed player failed to walk the batter and hit 5 at home to make it 5-2.

Right-handed Drew Steckenrider, Paul Sewald and Kendall Graveman combined three innings with a hit. Graveman was in 9th place 1-2-3 in his eighth stoppage of the season.

Rocky 3, Cardinal 2

Elias Diaz delivered his second farewell shot in four days when Colorado visited St. Louis.

Diaz hit the RBI single, which won a game close to the Cardinals’ Alex Reyes (5-3). He drove Joshua Fuentes. Joshua Fuentes hit a single with two outs and was second in a wild pitch. Justin Lawrence (1-0) worked nine times and earned his first Major League Baseball victory.

Cardinals starting pitcher Carlos Martinez left the game with a right thumb injury after 3/31 of the inning. He awarded a point on one shot, the home of Trevor Story.

-Media at field level

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