Pittsburgh — Gregory Polanco hit a two-run homer in one inning with five runs, and the Pittsburgh Pirates almost wasted a ten-run lead in the second inning, then defeated the Cleveland Indians 11-10 and lost in ten games. It was. Streak.
Ke’Bryan Hayes was a three-run double, emphasizing a five-run explosion in the sixth inning, leading the Pirates 11-1.
The Indians rebounded by recording 6 runs in the 7th and 3 runs in the 8th, reducing the deficit to 1 run.
Caesar Hernandez hit Sam Howard’s grand slam in the 7th inning, pulling the Indians 11-7. René Rivera’s two-run single and center-fielder Bryan Reynolds’ throwing error ended in one.
Richard Rodriguez made his eighth save with ten chances and threw nine scoreless times to allow a single pair. He hit the rookie Slugger Bobby Bradley with the second and third runners to finish the game.
Indian third baseman José Ramirez, who won the Silver Slugger Award three times, left the match after being hit on the pitch in the eighth inning.
After starter Chad Kuhl (1-4) allowed one run in six innings, the Pirates bullpen almost blew off the double-digit lead.
Hernandez ended with three hits and five RBIs as the Indians lost their second game in eight games. Rivera has 3 RBIs and 3 RBIs, and Eddie Rosario has added 2 RBIs.
Reynolds is home to the Pirates and joined Adam Frazier with two hits.
Pirates is the starting pitcher of starting pitcher JC Media (1-2) and made a big jump at one time. After the first run scored on the ground out, Jacob Stallings hit a two-run double on the right center wall and Polanco drove to the right-wing stand.
Cool, who took the lead early, distributed four hits with four strikeouts and one walk. He was helped by four double plays.
It was the first victory since September 24, 2020. He failed to record a win at the first seven starts of the year. On his last outing, Kuhl was tagged with 6 runs in 31/3 innings in his defeat in Milwaukee.
Mezia continued her career’s best five innings, hitting three hits and giving up six runs and seven hits.
Rookie Haze has reached the base for 23 consecutive games until September last year.
Indians: RHP Zach Plesac (broken right thumb) and C Roberto Perez (broken right ring finger) will be examined on Saturday by Dr. Thomas Graham, a Pittsburgh hand expert.
Pirates: 1B Colin Moran has returned to the starting lineup after being restricted to one pinch hitter in a three-game series in Washington.
Indian RHP Cal Quantrill (0-2, 3.11) will face Pirates RHP Wil Crowe (0-4, 6.75) on Saturday. Quantrill will pitch for a short break after allowing Baltimore one run in four innings on Tuesday. Crow had his career’s best eight strikeouts in five innings at his last start, and there was no decision against Milwaukee last Sunday.
Cleveland Caesar Hernandez hit a grand slam during a match against pirates in Pittsburgh on Friday night.
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