Miami (AP) —Brandon Nimmo, driven by Starling Marte on home runs, third bases and three runs, beat New York 6-4 to beat Miami 6-4 in four consecutive wins after New York overcame two early deficits. So he beat the tie eight times in two runs. game.
Nemo finished with three RBIs and Marte was twice as short as the cycle for leaders in the NL East.
Pinch hitter Eduardo Escober played infield hits from 8th place against relief pitcher Steven Okert (5-1) and advanced with Tomas Nido’s sacrifice bunt. After that, Nemo drove 0-1 pitch from Okart over the wall in the center right.
Daniel Vogelbach doubled from Mets, who made six and eight extra-base hits against the Marlins All-Star starter Sandy Alcantara.
Adam Ottavino (5-2) pitched to 7th place with no points, and Edwin Diaz converted his 23rd save.
The Marlins scored the first three points in a double-off Chris Bassitt loaded on the base of Miguel Rojas. Chris Bassitt gave up 4 runs, 6 hits and 4 walks in 6 innings.
Yankees 11, Royals 5
New York (AP) — Aaron Judge became the first big leaguer with 40 home runs this season, defeating the 41st Grand Slam and taking home runs with his right fielder when the New York Yankees rallyed to defeat the Kansas City Royals. ..
Isiah Kinerfalefa lined up a tiebreaker single in the eighth inning as New York achieved its 29th comeback victory, leading the major leagues.
The judges were generous with “MVP!”. The eighth slum chanted all night louder than after consolidating yet another Yankees rally. He also had a single and ended up with 6 RBIs.
The judge and Anthony Rizzo returned home early on a rainy night in Bronx, but Kansas City faced Gerrit Cole, and Whit Merrifield’s fifth two-run single scored no points in the Royals’ 312/3 innings. The drought is over.
Salvador Perez followed Merrifield with a three-run home run at Goahead on his return from the disabled list.
New York has eliminated its deficit by batting during the messy eight times following a 23-minute rain delay.
Albert Abreu (2-0) scored no points in eighth place against the Kansas City team who abandoned him on June 21st. Scott Barlow (4-4) lost.
The judge started the game by stealing Homer’s MJ Melendez over the fence on the right wing.
Dodgers 5, Rocky 4
Denver (AP) — Will Smith and Trayce Thompson hit two-run home runs, Julio Urías threw seven innings, and Los Angeles beat Colorado.
The Dodgers overcame the unstable nine innings of Craig Kimbrel with the 13 remaining runners on the base, improving to 20-4 in July and 67-32 overall. Both are the best results in the majors.
Smith reached the base four times with the addition of a single, Urias (10-6) kept the Rocky Mountains to two runs and four hits, and Kimbrel secured his 18th save.
Chad Kuhl (6-6) gave up three hits at a time. Smith’s 435-foot drive to the left came in 1-2 sinkers. In the second inning, Thompson jumped into the opening sinker, scoring 4-0 with a 430-foot center shot.
José Iglesias doubled, Randal Grichuk tripled, Ryan McMahon fired a second sacrifice fly, and the Rockies suffered a seventh defeat in nine games.
Padres 10, Twins 1
San Diego (AP) — Jorge Alfaro hit three home runs, Luke Voit and All-Star Manny Machado hit two home runs each, and San Diego beat AL with five home runs for the first time in over a year. Minnesota leads the center.
Kim Ha-seong and Eric Hosmer added a solo shot to the Padres, who gave left-handed Blake Snell (3-5) all the runs needed at one time.
All-star Byron Buxton hit twin home runs in the 4th and 25th times.
Right-handed Joe Ryan (7-4) scored all five Padres home runs, including Machado and Alfaro, with six runs and five, with all runs scoring two outs.
This was Padres’ first five homer game in Washington since July 16, 2021 and his first match against Arizona in Petco Park since June 25, 2021.
Ryan allowed 8 hits and 10 runs in 42/3 innings, hit 7 and walked 2.
Astros 11, Mariners 1
Houston (AP) — Justin Verlander throws one run in eight innings to win 14 MLB-leading games, Aledmys Diaz hits two home runs, and Jordan Alvarez delays 30 home runs this season. ..
Verlander (14-3) allowed one run with five hits and five strikeouts in 7 2/3 innings, beating last year’s AL Cy Young Award winner Robbie Ray in Seattle. rice field. He kept Seattle scoreless until Jesse Winker and Julio Rodriguez doubled in the seventh inning.
Also on Friday, the Mariners moved to step up their pitching, winning the top starting pitchers in the trade market and winning All-Star Luis Castillo from Cincinnati Reds for salary consideration for four minor league outlooks.
The Astros chased Ray (8-8) with three runs in the third inning. Ray gave up singles for Yuli Gurriel and Alvarez, two-run doubles for Alex Bregman, and Houston 4-0.
Houston has won five straight games against Seattle, leading the season series 11-6. The Astros are 34-19 against AL West this season.
Orioles 6, REDS 2
Cincinnati (AP) — Cedric Mullins hit a tiebreaker two-run single with four runs and nine innings, while Baltimore defeated Cincinnati to play more than .500 two games for the first time since April 2021.
Dillon Tate (2-3) defeated Baltimore, who hasn’t finished two games since last year’s 4-2. The Orioles are 37-25 following the start of 14-24, 16-7 in July, guaranteeing the first consecutive winning month since May and June 2016.
Ramon Urias faced Buck Farmer (0-1), leading from 9th, doubling Rougned Odor, Malins moving the opening change-up from the center to the centerfield, 4-2 Leaded. RBI single following Trey Mancini. Ryan Mountcastle continued the sacrifice fly.
Joey Votto hit the Reds’ first two-run home run.
Braves 5, Diamondbacks 2
Atlanta (AP) — Austin Riley had a home run and three RBIs. Kyle Wright won his NL-leading 13th victory, with Atlanta surpassing Arizona.
Riley hit a home run in the first and doubles in the third and fifth. Wright won five consecutive decisions and gave up five hits and two runs with two walks and five strikeouts in 62/3 innings.
Geraldo Perdomo hit his third home run, Madison Bumgarner (6-10) was defeated, and he scored 8 hits and 5 runs (4 goals) in 6 innings.
Chris Devenski made his seventh pitch in Arizona and first appeared since he had Tommy John’s surgery last year.
Cardinals 6, Nationals 2
Washington (AP) — Nolan Gorman and Lars Nootbar hit six consecutive home runs as St. Louis defeated Washington and won their first consecutive game since July 15-16.
Juan Soto of Washington went one-on-four with what could be his last homestand on Tuesday’s closing deadline. The Nationals were 9-0 and there were runners in the scoring position.
Miles Mikolas (8-8) allowed two runs in seven innings and gave up six hits and one step while hitting St. Louis with four hits.
Aníbal Sanchez (0-3) lost his third straight start in Washington, which has the worst major record of 34-67. He pitched six times for the first time this season.
Dylan Carlson and Paul Goldschmidt had a Lanscore ground out sandwiched around the Sanchez wild pitch for the Cardinals.
Phillies 4, Pirates 2, 10 innings
Pittsburgh (AP) — Rhys Hoskins drilled a two-run home run in Goahead at the top of the 10th to lift Philadelphia over Pittsburgh.
Hoskins took the third pitch from Duane Underwood Jr. (0-3) and sent it to the grass area beyond the Centerfield Wall to give the Phillies 20 home runs of the season for a four-hit night. I’m done. 3 consecutive wins.
Nick Castellanos, Alec Baume and Matt Vierling each made two hits in Philadelphia. Serantney Dominguez (5-3) retired from Pirates to force additional innings, and Connor Brogdon worked at the perfect bottom of the 10th to win his first career save.
Ke’Bryan Hayes hit five home runs in the season in Pittsburgh, scoring three hits for the third time this month, but Pirates’ bullpen was late and pushed the club to five consecutive losses.
Guardians 4, Raise 1
Cent. Petersburg, Florida (AP) — Hosera Milles hit a tiebreaker two-run homer in the fifth inning, Shane Bieber hit eight in seven innings, and Cleveland beat Tampa Bay.
A drive from Ramirez’s 21st home run, Jeffrey Springs (3-3), gave Cleveland a 3-1 lead. Ramirez added Steven Kwan’s third single followed by an eighth two-out RBI single.
Beaver (5-6) first needed 26 pitches when Ji-man Choi hit the Lanscore single. He gave up one run and five hits. Emanuel Klaas threw the ninth with a 22nd save with 24 chances.
Tampa Bay has lost 6 out of 7, leading Cleveland 3 1/2 games with AL’s third wildcard.Home stand opener pulled only 14,671
Tigers 4, Blue Jays 2
Toronto (AP) — Willi Castro hits his second home run in two games, Victor Reyes hits three, and Detroit beats Toronto.
Javier Baez reached the base three times, Harold Castro hit a two-run single, and Riley Greene scored two goals for the Tigers, who lost five out of eight since the All-Star Break.
The Blue Jays lost all-star right-handed Alek Manoah in the sixth inning after being hit by a Jonathan Scoop cambacker on his right elbow. The team said the x-ray did not reveal the fracture.
Matt Chapman hit his third home run in two games, but Toronto scored only four hits against the six Tigers pitchers.
Will Best (3-2) made 1 1/3 innings and Gregory Soto finished his 19th save with 22 chances.
Manoa (11-5) allowed 4 runs and 7 hits in 5 1/3 innings. He walked one and hit four.
Brewers 4, Red Sox 1
Boston (AP) — Christian Yelich drove a single Gore Head Run in the seventh inning, Brandon Woodruff hit a nine, and Milwaukee returned to Boston for the first time in eight years to win.
Andrew McCutchen scored in the fielder’s choice and Tyrone Taylor added a sacrifice fly for the ninth time.
The game was scoreless until the sixth time the Brewers finally arrived at rookie Brayan Bello (0-3) with an extended relief effort that was originally scheduled to begin.
Woodruff (9-3) made 6 1/3 innings, enabling 1 run, 4 hits and 2 walks. Josh Hader hit three times in the ninth to win the 29th save.
The Red Sox outperformed the current 10-game home stand (the longest of the season) by just 2-5 and outperformed 4-9 in the last 13 games at Fenway. They are 3-12 in the last 15 overall.
Athletic 7, White Sox 3
Chicago (AP) — Seth Brown hit two solo home runs, Stephen Piscotty hit three runs, and Auckland beat Chicago with the season’s best four consecutive wins, resulting in James Caprilian throwing six innings.
Elvis Andrus also hit Auckland’s home run, improving to 7-2 since the All-Star Break. Josh Harrison hit Chicago with a two-run shot, falling below .500 (49-50) in two consecutive losses.
Lance Lynn (1-4) made 5 2/3 innings and allowed 5 runs with 6 hits. He hit 8 and no one walked.
Caprilian (2-5) allowed one earned run and four hits, hit four and walked once.