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Yankees homer again, beat Blue Jays on Torres’ RBI in 9th

NEW YORK (AP) — Gleyber Torres lined a game-winning single in the ninth inning and the New York Yankees hit two more homers to beat the Toronto Blue Jays Eight-7 Wednesday. Didi Gregorius and DJ…

NEW YORK (AP) — Gleyber Torres lined a game-winning single in the ninth inning and the New York Yankees hit two extra homers to beat the Toronto Blue Jays 8-7 Wednesday.

Didi Gregorius and DJ LeMahieu related because the Yankees extended their main league report to 29 straight games with a home run. The AL East leaders overcame two homers and a double by Lourdes Gurriel Jr., plus an early 5-0 deficit, to complete a power-packed 9-1 homestand.

Now, they’ll head straight from Yankee Stadium to England, where they’ll take pleasure in two days off earlier than enjoying the Boston Pink Sox at London Stadium on Saturday and Sunday in the primary major league games in Europe.

Zack Britton wasn’t so nice in giving up Cavan Biggio’s RBI single in the ninth that made it 7-all. But Britton (3-1) wound up with the win to shut out a three-game sweep.

Gregorius acquired an infield hit off Nick Kingham (3-2) with one out in the ninth, Aaron Hicks walked and Torres adopted together with his hit.

ATHLETICS 2, CARDINALS 0

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Beau Taylor and Matt Chapman homered, and Daniel Mengden pitched six scoreless innings to steer Oakland.

Mengden (2-1) gave up four hits and struck out 5 for his first win since Might 18 at Detroit. He took the starting rotation spot of Frankie Montas, who was suspended 80 video games June 21 for testing constructive for a performance-enhancing substance.

Yusmeiro Petit pitched the seventh, Joakim Soria the eighth and Liam Hendriks obtained the last three outs for his second save in 4 possibilities. Hendriks has not allowed a run in 23 of his last 25 appearances.

Oakland received its fifth shutout of the season — first on the street — and first since Might 7 towards Cincinnati.

Adam Wainwright (5-7) allowed two runs and 7 hits in 6 2/Three innings with 9 strikeouts.

St. Louis was shutout for the sixth time this season, and the third time in its final 14 video games.

PHILLIES 5, METS Four, 10 INNINGS

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Jay Bruce ripped an RBI double in the bottom of the 10th inning towards his former group, and Philadelphia rallied to beat reeling New York.

Mets lefty Jason Vargas tied a profession high with 10 strikeouts in his first start since being fined for an expletive-filled confrontation with a reporter, but was pulled after solely 77 pitches and the Phillies overcame a 4-Zero deficit towards New York’s leaky bullpen.

Rhys Hoskins drew a walk from Stephen Nogosek (Zero-1), and J.T. Realmuto singled. Roman Quinn ran for Hoskins and Bruce, traded by the Mets twice in the final two years, despatched an extended drive over middle fielder Juan Lagares’ head to provide Philadelphia its third straight win over New York after a seven-game dropping streak.

Edgar Garcia (2-0) tossed a perfect 10th for the win.

Dominic Smith and Jeff McNeil hit solo homers for the Mets, who have lost four in a row.

INDIANS 5, ROYALS 3

CLEVELAND (AP) — Trevor Bauer struck out a season-high 12 in 6 2/3 innings, and Cleveland beat Kansas Metropolis.

Bauer (6-6) had the 23rd double-figure strikeout recreation of his career and his fourth this season. The appropriate-hander gave up one run and didn’t permit successful until rookie Humberto Arteaga singled with two outs in the fifth.

Bauer matched a profession high by throwing 127 pitches and held the Royals to 3 hits.

Jake Bauers and Tyler Naquin homered off Jakob Junis in the fourth.

Jason Kipnis, Oscar Mercado and Jordan Luplow also drove in runs for Cleveland. Francisco Lindor was Three for 4 and scored two runs.

Junis (4-7) allowed four runs in six innings and hasn’t gained since Might 30.

Lucas Duda homered in the ninth for Kansas City off Nick Wittgren.

WHITE SOX Eight, RED SOX 7

BOSTON (AP) — José Abreu hit a two-run homer over the Inexperienced Monster and out of Fenway Park in the ninth inning as Chicago recovered after blowing the lead in the eighth.

The White Sox had leads of 3-Zero, 5-2 and 6-Four before the Purple Sox scored three in the eighth to take a 7-6 lead and hand Chicago nearer Alex Colomé (Three-1) his first blown save in 17 alternatives.

Matt Barnes (Three-3) gave up three straight hits in the highest of the ninth — Leury García was caught stealing — including Abreu’s 19th homer of the season.

Abreu had three hits and 4 RBIs, and García also had three hits for Chicago. James McCann had an RBI single and added a solo house run towards Chris Sale as Chicago pounced on the Boston starter for 5 runs in the primary three innings.

PADRES 10, ORIOLES 5

BALTIMORE (AP) — Franmil Reyes hit two of San Diego’s 5 homers, Eric Hosmer drove in four runs and the Padres finished a two-game sweep.

Greg Garcia acquired the long ball barrage began with a two-run drive in the second inning off Dylan Bundy (Three-10). After Reyes hit a solo shot in the third and a two-run drive in the fifth to make it 6-3, Hosmer went deep with a runner on in the sixth and Hunter Renfroe related main off the seventh.

It marked the 10th time this season that Baltimore yielded at the very least 5 residence runs. Bundy gave up two of them and now has allowed 19 homers in 16 begins.

Jonathan Villar and Pedro Severino homered for the Orioles, who have misplaced 13 of 14. Baltimore owns the worst report in the majors (22-58) and the worst at residence (9-30).

San Diego starter Matt Strahm (Three-6) pitched six innings, allowing 4 runs and five hits with 9 strikeouts and no walks. Craig Stammen acquired the last 4 outs for his fourth save.

ROCKIES 6, GIANTS 3

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — David Dahl hit a go-ahead grand slam in the third and drove in a career-high 5 runs to steer Colorado.

Dahl related off Jeff Samardzija for his second career grand slam, with the opposite coming final Sept. 10 towards Arizona. It marked the first grand slam ever hit by a Rockies participant in San Francisco.

Dahl added an RBI single in the seventh. He had a two-run shot in the collection opener.

The large swing in the collection finale backed German Márquez (8-3), who immediately surrendered Pablo Sandoval’s homer the subsequent inning but gained his second straight determination. Márquezallowed three runs and seven hits, struck out two and walked two over five innings. Wade Davis completed for his 11th save.

Samardzija (Four-7) was tagged for five runs and three hits in five innings.

DIAMONDBACKS 8, DODGERS 2

PHOENIX (AP) — Eduardo Escobar’s three-run residence gave Arizona a four-run lead before Los Angeles recorded an out, and the Diamondbacks cruised to the win.

The Dodgers, with the perfect report in the majors at 55-27, lost for just the second time — each to Arizona in the three-game collection — in 9 video games, while Arizona completed a nine-game homestand 3-6.

Jarrod Dyson had three hits, an RBI and swiped two bases to boost his NL-leading complete to 19. He also had a house run-stealing catch over the right-center subject fence.

Ildemaro Vargas hit a two-run double, and pitcher Taylor Clarke (2-3) allowed two runs on three hits in 5 innings.

The Dodgers’ Cody Bellinger hit his 26th house run of the season, tying him for for fourth-most before the All-Star break in franchise history.

The Diamondbacks roughed up Tony Gonsolin (0-1) instantly in his major league debut.

Gonsolin obtained his first main league hit in his first profession at-bat in the thirdn eight begins at Triple-A Reno.

RANGERS 4, TIGERS 1

DETROIT (AP) — Mike Minor allowed 5 hits in his second complete recreation of the yr, and Willie Calhoun, Jeff Mathis and Danny Santana homered in the fifth inning to carry Texas.

Minor (Eight-Four) struck out seven with two walks, throwing 108 pitches in his third career full recreation. He now has 12 consecutive starts allowing three runs or fewer while pitching at the least 5 innings.

Matthew Boyd (5-6) struck out 11 for Detroit in seven innings, and he too allowed only five hits — but three of them have been solo homers in the fifth. The Rangers at the moment are a season-high eight video games over .500.

Texas has gained 5 of six, and after taking the primary two video games at Detroit, the Rangers have gained or cut up every of their final 9 collection.

Brandon Dixon homered for Detroit’s only run. The Tigers have lost six straight and 10 of 11.

NATIONALS 7, MARLINS 5

MIAMI (AP) — Matt Adams hit a three-run homer to steer Washington.

Patrick Corbin pitched seven strong innings and snapped a four-game street dropping streak. Corbin (7-5) allowed one run and three hits, walked one and struck out 9. He struck out Cesar Puello in the second inning to succeed in 1,000 for his career.

Trea Turner and Adam Eaton had two hits each and Anthony Rendon drove in two runs for the Nationals, who have gained seven of nine.

Miami starter Zac Gallen (0-1) had allowed one hit and retired eight straight by way of five before Washington chased him with a four-run sixth.

Washington led Four-1 and padded their advantage with a three-run ninth towards reliever Tayron Guerrero.

The Marlins rallied with four runs off reliever Javy Guerra in the ninth before Sean Doolittle struck out JT Riddle for his 17th save.

ANGELS 5, REDS 1

ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Justin Bour hit two homers, Mike Trout scored the tiebreaking run in the eighth inning and Los Angeles obtained back above .500.

Shohei Ohtani went Three for Three with a walk for the Angels (41-40), who hit the midway point of their season with six wins in 9 video games after this two-game interleague sweep.

Trout walked main off the eighth and superior on a wild pickoff throw by Raisel Iglesias (1-7). After Ohtani singled Trout to third, Cincinnati received two outs earlier than David Fletcher hit a deep grounder to shortstop Jose Iglesias, who couldn’t get off a throw while Trout scampered house.

Bour followed with a powerful three-run homer, including it to his solo shot in the fifth for his first multihomer recreation since becoming a member of the Angels.

Yasiel Puig homered in the fifth for the Reds, who lost 4 straight to shut out their six-game street trip.

Cam Bedrosian (Three-3) pitched around Justin Upton’s two-base error in left subject to work a scoreless eighth.

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