MLB Summary: Jaze beats A and wins bye 11-10
Marcus Semien hit a three-run home run in the bottom of the ninth inning to give the Toronto Blue Jays a come-from-behind victory, beating Oakland Athletics 11-10 on Friday.
Mark Canha led Jordan Romano (7-1) 10-8 with a two-out two-run home run in the top of the ninth inning. The Blue Jays scored six goals in the bottom of the eighth to pull the game apart.
In the bottom of the ninth, Sergio Romo (1-1) gave up the single to Bravic Barrera and the double to George Springer, and Semien hit his 34th home run this season.
Lourdes Gurriel Jr.’s third Career Grand Slam (all scheduled for this year) concludes eight rallies in Toronto.
Yankees 4, Orioles 3 (11 innings)
Giancarlo Stanton hit the end-of-game single to open the 11th inning, and New York visited Baltimore for a long time.
DJ LeMahieu hit the match-bound single in 10th place but got stuck in 3rd place when Dillon Tate parted ways with Aaron Judge. The Yankees eventually won when Stanton hit the middle 2-1 sinker to get a second-place judge.
Stanton went home first and the Orioles got home runs from Trey Mancini and Jorge Mateo.
Cardinals 15, Brewers 4
Adam Wainwright made his 300th career start and gave up one earned run, and catcher Yadier Molina visited St. Louis to beat Milwaukee and score a grand slam.
Wayne Wright and Molina join Mickey Lolich and Bill Freehan (324 games), Warren Spahn and Del Crandall (316), Red Faber and Ray Schalk (306) to become the fourth battery in Major League Baseball history. I did.
Wayne Wright (14-7) defeated the 19th Brewers and gave up 4 hits and 3 walks in 6 1/3 innings.
Mets 6, National 2 (10 innings)
Pete Alonso hit a lead-off RBI single in the 10th inning, which caused a four-run explosion in New York. This eliminates the possibility of defeating Washington and leads to an ugly defeat.
Mets beat Edwin Diaz’s nine saves to win five games in a row, back to .500. The Nationals lost six games in a row and lost 10 of 12.
Rich Hill threw six scoreless innings, Michael Conforto and Alonso each scored RBI hits, leading the Mets 2-0 and nine.
Raise 5, Gemini 3
Michael Wacha won the championship for the first time in nearly two months after beating Minnesota in St. Petersburg, Florida, and losing first place to Tampa Bay for two consecutive games.
After going 0-2 at the beginning of August 5 with 8.49 ERA, Wacha (3-4) surrendered Solo Homer to Jorge Polanco and Ryan Jeffers and a double by Max Kepler in six innings.
The righthanded player defeated the Cleveland Indians 8-1 since July 7, hitting 7 without runs and winning for the first time since July 7. Austin Meadows recorded two of the six Rays hits. The raise is 39-14 against the club that lost the record.
Red Sox 8, Indian 5
Kyle Schwarber scored three RBI’s when he hit a tiebreak two-run double in the seventh inning and continued to visit Cleveland to open a three-game series.
Schwarber (2 on 5) also hit a solo blast for his 150th career home run. Hunter Renfroe added three runs on home runs in the seventh inning, and Kevin Plawecki and Jonathan Arauz each had a solo shot in Boston.
Austin Hedges hit a two-run home run and Hosea Milles scored a Cleveland solo shot and two RBI’s. Indian starter Cal Quantrill (4-3) gave up five runs with seven hits (including three home runs) in more than six innings.
Tigers 15, Red 5
Dustin Garneau hit two home runs during the Detroit season when the Tigers overwhelmed host Cincinnati.
Garnet ran in three runs. Detroit’s Jamer Candela Rio had Homer, two doubles and a single, took up four runs and drove for two. Jonathan Scoop also had four hits, including Solo Homer, while scoring three runs. Robbie Grossman added a three-run blast.
Jonathan India and Eugenio Suarez welcome the Reds home. Cincinnati starter Vladimir Gutierrez (9-6) gave up 4 runs and 3 goals in 3 1/3 innings.
Rockies 4, Braves 3
When Colorado defeated Atlanta in Denver, CJ Cron helped Antonio Senzatela’s solid pitching with a decisive run.
For the sixth time, Cron lined up the singles to the left to win Trevor Story, and Trevor Story started the rally with a double-out double. Senzatela (4-9) threw 7 innings, gave up 3 runs with 6 hits, and let go of 3 hits.
Huascar Ynoa (4-5) threw 5 2/3 innings and gave up Brave, who lost four of the last five, four runs with five hits.
Cubs 6, Pirates 5
Frank Schwindel hit a home run in the sixth inning when Chicago visited Pittsburgh to win and extended his winning streak to four games.
Michael Hermosillo is also the home of the Cubs. Both Schwindel and Hermosillo scored three RBI’s from each of Chicago’s top two places, for a total of five RBI’s.
Anthony Alford hit two Pirates home runs in Chicago after playing four consecutive games against the White Sox earlier this week. Pittsburgh has lost a total of six of its last seven games.
Marlins 10, Phillies 3
Miguel Rojas had a pair of RBI singles and led host Miami through Philadelphia in a tiebreak of seven runs and six innings.
The Phillies recorded six consecutive victories. Eleven consecutive wins against Philadelphia’s divisional opponents have also ended. It was the longest run in the majors since 2017.
Before Friday, the Phillies won at least seven points in seven consecutive games. This was when the franchise hit its stride for the first time since 1933.