Pinch-hitter Gunnar Henderson hit a two-run double in the seventh inning trailing Baltimore’s eight runs in the Orioles’ 9-6 win over the New York Yankees on Wednesday night.
The Orioles beat Nestor Cortez and Jimmy Cordero (3-2), scoring five points in the seventh inning before an out was recorded, and won their 10th victory in 14 games. With the first six batters on base, Adam Frazier knocked out Cortez with a three-run homer that hit the right field foul pole.
New York’s Gleyber Torres hit a home run in consecutive at-bats in the third and fifth innings, ending the Yankees’ five-game winning streak. Cortez allowed five hits and four runs over the sixth inning.
Mike Bauman (4-0) pitched 1-2-3 in his sixth inning before Baltimore’s biggest innings of the season. Felix Bautista scored twice in the ninth inning and had his 12th save of 16 chances.
Rangers 3, Pirates 2
In a three-game softball game, visiting Texas beat Pittsburgh and Marcus Semien hit a three-run homer in the first inning.
Josh Jung added an RBI double for the Rangers, who won five of six games. Texas starter Martin Perez (6 wins, 1 loss) gave up 6 hits and 2 runs in the 7th inning, and Will Smith recorded his first career 5-out save for the 9th time this season.
Jason Deray hit an RBI for the Pirates, who lost 4-of-5. Pittsburgh starting pitcher Johann Oviedo (3 wins, 4 losses) gave up 6 hits and 3 runs in 5 2/3 innings.
Mariners 6, Athletics 1
Bryce Miller continued his great start to his major league career with a 2-hit-no-run six-inning win over Seattle’s seven-game losing streak against visiting Oakland.
Miller (3-1) has had quality starts in all five games since being called up on May 2. Teoscar Hernandez hit a homer for the Mariners and the Mariners won the first three games of four straight games.
American left-hander Ken Waldichuk (1 win, 4 losses) gave up 8 hits and 5 runs in 2/3 innings. Aledomis Diaz had two hits and one RBI for Oakland.
Cubs 4, Mets 2
Marcus Stroman made his ninth quality start in 11 games this season as host Chicago defeated New York City, allowing two runs in a season-high eight innings.
Cubs’ Mike Touchman had two hits in the third inning, including a three-run tie-breaking single. Strowman (4 wins, 4 losses) allowed only a two-run home run by Francisco Alvarez and three hits by New York.
Chicago hit a solo home run by Nico Hellner in the sixth inning. Mark Leiter Jr. pitched a perfect ninth inning for his second save. Kodai Senga (4 wins, 3 losses) of New York allowed 3 runs on 6 hits and 5 walks in 5 innings.
Angels 7, Red Sox 3
Mike Trout, Shohei Ohtani and Zach Neto all hit home runs and Tyler Anderson pitched six strong innings to give Los Angeles a third straight win against Boston in Anaheim, California.
It was the 26th time Trout and Ohtani hit home runs in the same game. Trout sank the 362nd long ball of his career to move past Hall of Famer Joe DiMaggio for 85th on the all-time list.
Anderson (2 wins, 0 losses) gave up 1 run on 5 hits. Red Sox starter James Paxton (1-1) finished the first inning with consecutive strikeouts, including those from Trout and Ohtani, but gave the Angels four runs in the second and a home run by Ohtani in the third. hit the
Brewers 4, Astros 0
Adrian Hauser allowed two hits in five 1/3 innings in a three-game softball game against visiting Milwaukee Houston.
Hauser (1-0) struck out three, walked one, and threw from a dead end with Joel Peamps in relief in the sixth. The Brewers hit homers from Willie Adames, Owen Miller and Bryan Anderson to end the Astros’ winning streak at eight on Tuesday.
Astros starter Brandon Beerak (1 win, 2 losses) pitched a season-best 6 2/3 innings, allowing 5 hits and 4 runs.
Twins 7, Giants 1
Joe Ryan picked up his seventh win, and Edouard Julian and Ryan Jeffers each hit home runs to lead Minnesota to a victory over San Francisco in Minneapolis.
Willi Castro scored a home steal with two hits in three at bats to end Minnesota’s three-game losing streak. Ryan (7-1) pitched through the fifth inning, giving up one run on six hits.
In San Francisco, Lamonte Wade Jr. had two hits and one walk, while Brandon Crawford had two bases and two walks to end their winning streak at three. The Giants put runners in scoring position with 2-for-16 and left 15 on base.
Phillies 6, Diamondbacks 5 (10)
Host nation Philadelphia overcame a two-run lead in the ninth inning to give Arizona the win before Alec Bohm hit a walk-off single in the 10th.
Bohm gave the Phillies their third win in 10 games after a 2-out, 2-run home run by Trea Turner tied the score at 5-5 in the ninth inning. Craig Kimbrel (3-1) won the 10th inning with no runs scored.
Diamondbacks Jose Luis came out in the ninth and took two outs quickly, but allowed Bryson Stott’s single before Turner’s tying home run. Lewis (1-1) also hit Boehm’s winning single.
White Sox 6, Guardians 0
Michael Kopech scored five in the fourth, giving them all the support they needed to get off to a great start, and Chicago defeated hosts Cleveland to win three straight rubber matches.
Kopech (3 wins, 4 losses) struck out 9 in the 7th inning, allowing 2 hits and 1 walk. Kopech didn’t get his first hit until the fifth inning, at which point he had six points thanks to a four-inning White Sox onslaught.
Guardians starter Cal Quantrill (2-3) pitched four innings, giving up six runs on four, but that was Chicago’s only four-hit all-game record.
Rays 7, Blue Jays 3
Tampa Bay solved the mystery of Yusei Kikuchi and finally defeated the Japanese left-hander on his way to victory against Toronto in St. Petersburg, Florida.
The Rays gave Kikuchi a disrespectful host (5-2), chasing him after the fifth inning with five runs and eight hits, including two homers. Kikuchi entered the match with a career record of 4 wins and 0 losses and an ERA of 1.80 against the Rays.
Tampa Bay ace Shane McClanahan (8-0) allowed just one run, four hits and no walks in seven innings while striking out seven. Luke Larry and Jose Siri hit home runs for the Rays.
Nationals 5, Padres 3
Alex Cole hit a two-run double and a single, Trevor Williams pitched in the sixth, and hosts Washington beat San Diego to even the three straight games.
Dominic Smith also hit two hits, and the Nationals took the lead 4-0 in the early stages, and defended their third win after four games. Williams (2 wins, 2 losses) threw 5 2/3 innings, giving up 3 hits and 3 runs. Kyle Finnegan went 1-2-3 in the 9th inning and made his 10th save.
Rougned Odor had two hits, including a homer, and Kim Ha-sun also hit deep for the Padres, who had won the last two games. San Diego starter Ryan Weathers (1-3) pitched six innings, giving up five runs on seven hits and allowing four earned runs.
Braves 4, Dodgers 3
Ozzy Albies hit a sacrifice fly in the ninth to give Austin Riley the lead and Atlanta win the trip to Los Angeles, ending their three-game winning streak.
Riley opened the inning with his second sharp double of the game against Phil Bickford (1-2), and Travis Darneau’s grounder put him into third. The Dodgers intentionally walked Eddie Rosario before Albies went to bat on Riley’s seventh pitch.
The winning pitcher was Raisel Iglesias (1-1), who allowed a runner in the corner in the ninth inning before Max Muncy popped out to stop the threat.
Reds 10, Cardinals 3
Spencer Steer had a career-high four hits and two RBIs, while fellow rookie Matt McLain hit another home run to send Cincinnati to a trip to St. Louis.
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Cincinnati right-hander Ben Lively (2-2) threw two runs in six innings for his first win since Sept. 29, 2017. McLain hit his second major league home run of the night as the ball flew out of Cardinals right fielder Oscar Mercado’s glove and into the stands.
Marlins 10, Rockies 2
Jonathan Davis hit a homer of three hits, Jorge Soler hit a deep base for the second night in a row, and Miami defeated Colorado in Denver.
Yuri Gurriel had four hits for the Marlins, and Jacob Sterling and Soler each added two. Major league batting leader Luis Araez, who hit a two-run double earlier, left the game in the seventh inning due to a cramp in his left leg. Miami starting pitcher Sandy Alcantara (2 wins, 5 losses) allowed 4 hits and 2 runs in the 6th inning.
Elias Diaz hit a home run for the Rockies. Colorado starter Karl Kaufman (0-2) gave up 6 hits and 5 runs in 4 1/3 innings.
Tigers 6, Royals 4
Detroit beat host Kansas City with pinch hitter Zach Short’s three-run homer.
Short’s second home run of the season — a single to left center from Josh Taylor (1-2) — broke the 1-1 tie in the sixth inning. It was the first pinch-hit home run of his career and the third pinch-hit home run of the year for the Tigers, making him the all-time major hitter.
Will Best (1-0) won with four outs and Alex Lange made his ninth save.
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