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Yankees' Giancarlo Stanton hits 3 HRs

(Photo by Kim Klement Neitzel-USA TODAY Sports)

Giancarlo Stanton had three home runs and eight RBIs as the New York Yankees defeated the visiting Pittsburgh Pirates 12-0 in Tampa on Wednesday.

What made Stanton's feat even more impressive was the fact that he accomplished it in four innings. He sandwiched two bases-loaded home runs between a two-run home run in the first inning and a solo shot in the fourth inning. Stanton hit a sacrifice fly in the sixth inning.

Stanton hit three of the four home runs allowed to Marco Gonzalez (0-1). The Pirates' starting pitcher pitched 3 2/3 innings, scoring nine points and giving up 10 hits.

Meanwhile, among New York's seven pitchers, starter Luke Weaver (1-0) pitched 3 1/3 innings and recorded four hits. He gave Pittsburgh two hits and one walk, and had two strikeouts.

Braves 10, Blue Jays 9

Host Atlanta trailed by three runs in the top of the ninth inning, but Leury Garcia hit a walk-off RBI single into the frame to give them a victory over Toronto in Northport, Florida.

The Braves needed three more outs to win 9-6, but Rafael Lantigua hit a two-run homer and Arjun Ninmala followed with a solo shot to tie Toronto. Wes Parsons (0-1) got the first two outs in the bottom of the ninth, then Garcia hit the winning hit.

Home runs by Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and Daniel Vogelbach gave the Blue Jays a 4-0 lead. The Braves then scored six unanswered runs, four in the fifth inning and two in the sixth.

Tigers 12, Twins 3

Minnesota visited Detroit in Fort Myers, Florida, with Matt Vierling running four times and Josh Crouch running three times.

The Tigers allowed Twins starting pitcher Louie Berland to score 9 hits and 8 runs in 4 innings (1 win, 1 loss). Detroit led 9-0, but Ryan Jeffers' solo home run in the seventh inning put Minnesota ahead.

For the Tigers, Casey Mize (3 wins, 1 loss) pitched 4 2/3 innings, allowing two hits and no runs. He had two walks and four strikeouts.

Mets 6, Marlins 3

Christian Scott helped New York to a two-run lead over host Miami in Jupiter, Florida, pitching four innings and giving up one run on two hits.

Scott (1-0) gave up no walks and scored seven points. Brandon Nimmo of the Mets had 2 hits in 3 at bats, 3 RBIs, and 1 walk.

Jonah Bryde hit a solo shot for the Marlins. Starting pitcher Patrick Monteverde (0-1) allowed three hits and two runs in 3 1/3 innings.

Cardinals 13, Nationals 4

Dylan Carlson single-handedly matched Washington's scoring total with a grand slam as visiting St. Louis cruised to a victory in West Palm Beach, Florida.

Cesar Prieto of the Cardinals had 3 hits for 5 at bats and scored 3 runs and 2 runs scored. St. Louis gave up more than enough support to starter Steven Matz (1 win, 1 loss), giving up 6 hits and 3 runs in 4 innings.

Nationals starting pitcher Zach Davis (2 wins, 2 losses) had a rough time, giving up 9 runs and 10 hits in 3 2/3 innings. Trey Lipscomb was one of the few bright spots for Washington, going 3-for-4 with one home run and four RBIs.

Orioles 13, Phillies 4

Host Baltimore suffered three home runs from Philadelphia starting pitcher Taijuan Walker en route to a blowout in Sarasota, Florida.

Anthony Santander, Ryan O'Hearn and Gunnar Henderson sent balls over the wall against Walker (0-1), resulting in 7 runs on 5 hits and 3 walks in 2 2/3 innings.

The trio's outburst gave the Orioles a 7-0 lead. The Phillies took a 7-4 lead on Cam Gallagher's RBI in the seventh inning, but that was the last time Philadelphia would score.

Athletics 3, Cubs 1

Paul Blackburn pitched a no-hitter through the sixth inning, lifting Oakland above visiting Chicago in Mesa, Arizona.

Blackburn (3-0) left the game before the start of the seventh inning with one walk and three strikeouts. All of the Athletics' points came from long balls, including Nick Allen's solo home run and Brent Rooker's two-run homer.

Ezequiel Pagan hit the Cubs' only home run. Eight pitchers each logged an inning for Chicago, with Hector Nellis (0-1) giving up all three runs in Oakland.

Rangers 8, Reds 1

Dane Dunning had eight strikeouts in five innings and Texas defeated host Cincinnati in Goodyear, Arizona.

Dunning (2-1) allowed only three hits and one earned run. He took one step. Marcus Semien hit a grand slam and Wyatt Langford added a solo shot for six points for the Rangers.

A double steal was the Reds' only score. Rhett Lowder (0-1) pitched 1 1/3 innings, allowing only four hits and five runs.

Reds 3 (SS), White Sox 1

Christian Encarnacion-Strand, who was visiting Cincinnati's split team in Glendale, Arizona, hit a go-ahead solo home run in the seventh inning to defeat Chicago.

With one out after Encarnacion-Strand left a yard out, Luke Maile went deep for the Reds. Tyler Gilbert (1-1) earned the win with three shutout innings of relief.

Cincinnati's second-half rally spoiled a strong start for Michael Soroka, who allowed one earned run, one hit, and one walk in four frames. He had five strikeouts. Andrew Bourne had a scoring double for the White Sox.

Diamondbacks 5, Rockies 1

Tommy Henry held the game without a hit for 3 1/3 innings against Colorado in Scottsdale, Arizona, setting the stage for host Arizona's victory over Colorado.

Henry (1-3) gave up one walk and three walks before Joe Mantiply and Scott McGaugh pitched 1 2/3 scoreless innings in relief. Bryce Jarvis then pitched three innings, allowing the Rockies one run on a ground out.

Christian Walker and Eugenio Suarez hit home runs for the Diamondbacks.

Giants 5, Angels 2

The visit to San Francisco resulted in five shutout innings en route to a victory over Los Angeles in Tempe, Arizona.

The Angels took a 1-0 lead in the first inning when Anthony Rendon scored on Taylor Ward's double play grounder, but it was all Giants from there. Marco Luciano hit a two-RBI single to score San Francisco.

Both starting pitchers performed well, with six strikeouts and no runs allowed in 4 2/3 innings. Giants' Jordan Hicks gave up one run on three hits, and Tyler Anderson gave up one run on five hits.

Royals 8, Angels (SS) 8

Host Kansas City fell behind 5-0 until the second inning, but came back to draw with a split team from Los Angeles in Surprise, Arizona.

The Royals got the game back on track with five runs and three runs, including a bases-loaded double by Vinny Pasquantino. Kansas City then took a 7-5 lead in the fourth inning.

Los Angeles tied the score at seven before the Angels' Joe Adell hit the go-ahead home run in the top of the seventh inning. The Royals tied the game in the 9th inning with a solo homer by Cale Emshoff.

–Field level media

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