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Dodgers, Yankees run 8 streak

Walker Buehler pitched to eight innings, and Trea Turner scored two hits and scored twice. The Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the New York Mets on Friday 3-2, extending their winning streak to eight games.

Buehler (13-2) gave up two runs with six hits, no walks and eight strikeouts. Justin Turner, Max Muncy and Corey Seager each ran for the Dodgers, who won 12 of the last 13 times. Five of the eight consecutive victories played against Mets.

Pete Alonso hit a Mets home run, losing seven of the last eight. The home run began last weekend when the Dodgers swept home. Alonso also hit RBI infield hits in the 8th inning.

Yankees 10, Twins 2

Nestor Cortes Jr. threw the best seven innings of his career, and Luke Voit scored four runs with four hits when New York visited Minnesota.

The Yankees have extended their season’s best streak to eight games. New York also won its 20th victory in 25 games after losing three out of four games to the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park last month.

At his ninth career start, Cortez (2-1) allowed two runs and four hits. He struck out seven times, struck out his career, walked twice and threw 104 strikeouts.

White Sox 7, Raise 5 (11 innings)

When Chicago broke through Tampa Bay in St. Petersburg, Florida, Tim Anderson hit a solo home run in the ninth inning and a go-ahead single on the 11th.

Ryan Tepera scored a save with the last three outs and rebounded as Chicago wasted a lead in the second half, winning his fourth win in five games. Austin Meadows lined up Go Ahead’s two-run singles to conquer eight three-run rallies, leading the raise 5-4.

The White Sox starter Lucas Giolito hit eight and allowed two runs with three hits in seven innings. Liam Hendriks (8-3) won the relief and Andrew Kittredge (8-2) was defeated, allowing two runs (one goal) and one hit in two innings.

Athletics 4, Giants 1

Josh Harrison stroked a two-run single, and Starling Marte used his bat and foot to create two key runs when host Auckland defeated San Francisco in the three-game series opener.

James Kaprielian (7-4) combined with five batters and four reliefs. He made five innings and allowed one run with three hits. He walked four and hit four. Lou Trivino processed nine in his 21st save.

Mike Yastrzemski hit 19 home runs in the Giants season. Alex Wood (10-4) made 5 innings and gave up 2 runs with 5 hits. He took two steps and hit nine.

Indian 9, angel 1

Franmil Reyes hit his host Cleveland over Los Angeles by hitting three home runs in one inning and adding a two-run single in six innings.

The five RBI performance was the third in Reyes’ career. Jose Ramirez of Cleveland has returned home to lead the eighth inning. It is the 28th long ball that leads his team and is the second in many games. The blast blocked the Indian 15-hit barrage.

Angels Jose Marté gave up one hit in his major league debut and hit four innings in two innings.

Nationals 4, Brewers 1

Patrick Corbin threw a strong 61/3 inning, scoring a six-start unwinning streak when Washington won in Milwaukee.

Lane Thomas laced a two-run triple for the fourth time, and Riley Adams added an RBI single for the sixth time. Corbyn (7-12) allowed one run on Avisail Garcia’s home run, three hits and seven hits and nothing walked. Kyle Finnegan won his fifth save.

Brewers starter Brett Anderson (4-7) allowed three runs with five hits and three walks, hitting three in five 1/3 innings.

Braves 3, Orioles 0

Max Fried hit a four-hit shutout, and Baltimore, who visited Atlanta, lost the season’s best seven consecutive victories.

It was Fried’s (11-7) first career shutout. He threw 90 batters and hit four batters without walking. Trey Mancini’s double was Orioles’ only extra-base hit.

Travis d’Arnaud, who agreed to extend the contract for two years on Thursday, hit a two-run home run in the Braves, which led the NL East with 14 out of 16. He added a single and reached out for a walk.

Red Sox 6, Rangers 0

Chris Sale threw five shutout innings on his second start after returning from Tommy John’s surgery, and host Boston returned to track with a series opening victory over Texas.

Enrique Hernandez and Alex Verdugo each added two RBIs as Xander Bogaerts returned home, drove two runs and the Red Sox lost three games in a row. Boston delayed 6 doubles out of 10 hits.

Sale (2-0) allowed 5 hits, 5 hits and walks. Rangers starter Dane Dunning (5-8) surrendered five runs with nine hits and one walk. Andy Ibanez had two of the Rangers’ seven hits. Texas lost four straight games.

Phillies 4, Padres 3

Bryce Harper clubd a two-run home run and Philadelphia overcame issuing 10 walks to snap a four-game skid with a victory in San Diego.

Harper’s explosion emphasized three innings of three runs, and JT Realmuto and Andrew McCutchen each doubled the Phillies RBI. Ian Kennedy has had many chances to throw 11/3 innings for his fourth save since he came from Texas last month.

Manny Machado hit a two-run home run, but was later sent off because the Padres lost four games in a row.

Astros 12, Mariners 3

Jordan Alvarez hit a home run, Houston hit a four home run, and when he visited Seattle, he hit four home runs to speed up the aggressive onslaught.

Alvarez was one of the five astros in the multi-hit game, as Houston recorded at least two runs in each of the first five innings. Seven starters drove in at least one run when Houston hit 15 hits and 8 long hits to secure the opener for the 3-game series.

Astros starter Lance McCullers Jr. (10-4) threw two runballs in six innings. He gave up five hits and one walk, hitting eight.

Pirate 4, Cardinal 0

Gregory Polanco drove in two runs and Mitchkeller threw five innings when Pittsburgh won in St. Louis.

Yoshitomo Tsutsugo added a pinch hitter home run to the 9th inning as Pirates stopped losing 5 games in a row and won his third victory in the last 18 games. Both Polanco RBIs came with sacrifice flies.

Keller (4-10) hit 6 shots, gave up 6 hits and 1 walk, and finished the winless stretch with 5 starts. Lars Nootbar scored three hits in St. Louis and suffered his third defeat in four games.

Tigers 4, Blue Jays 1 (10 innings)

Pinch hitter Harold Castro scored the opening goal with two outs in the 10th inning, visiting Detroit and defeating Toronto.

Willi Castro, who started in 10th place on second base, scored against Trevor Richards (5-2) in a Castro single. Following the go-ahead hit, Robbie Grossman walked before Adam Cimber took over the mound. Simver allowed Jonathan Scoop and Jeimer Candelario a RBI single.

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. hit his 36 home runs of the season for the Blue Jays, who were playing the first game after a 3-6 road trip.

Reds 5, Marlins 3

Sonny Gray allowed one hit in seven scoreless innings, beating host Cincinnati over Miami.

The Reds attack was led by Tyler Naquin, who tripled, became Home Red and recorded two runs. Joey Votto also added pop and hit his 28th home run this year, a two-run shot.

The bot’s home run came shortly after Nicholas Castellanos’s hit by pitch. This was the fourth time in a row that the bot’s ginger followed Castyanos’s hit by pitch. In his last 53 games, the bot has 20 home runs and 52 RBIs. In his first 41 games, he had 8 home runs and 29 RBIs.

Royals 6, Cubs 2

Salvador Perez hit two of Kansas City’s five home runs, and the Royals who visited opened a three-game series against Chicago with a win.

Andrew Benintendi, Emmanuel Rivera and Cam Gallagher are also home to Kansas City, which has won their fourth victory in the last five games.

Royals starter Brad Keller (8-12) allowed two runs (one goal) with four hits in six innings and won his second victory in the final 13 starts. He hit eight and walked one.

Rockies 9, Diamondbacks 4

Garrett Hampson went home, CJ Cron hit three times, and Colorado defeated Arizona in Denver.

Connor Joe and Brendan Rodgers each hit twice in Colorado and won eight consecutive home games. Ketel Marte went home with two hits, while Asdrúbal Cabrera, Pavin Smith and Josh Rojas each recorded two hits in Arizona.

Diamondbacks starter Tyler Gilbert scored a no-hitter no-run on his first career start on August 14, allowing four runs with nine hits in five innings.

-Field level media

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