Mike Trouts went home twice, picked twice and led the Los Angeles angels to victory 10-9 over Oakland Athletics on Monday night in Anaheim, California.
Trout’s second home and seventh season came at the end of the eighth game, reaching a draw of 9-9 and helping to end Oakland’s nine-game winning streak.
The angels were behind 9-4 when they arrived at the bottom of the fourth innings before gathering with three walks in the fourth, two in the sixth and one in the eighth. Los Angeles equaled the best result of the season – 10 runs – and their 14 hits were also beaten by the homes of Anthony Rendon and Shohei Ohtani.
Oaklands got a great night from the third baseman Metal Chapman, who made two homeowners, tripled and led in six races, all in the first four during the ring. The fighting spirit of the angels, however, ruled out As.
Phillies 13, Braves 8
Didi Gregory hit a grand slam, Bray Harper hit a three-shot home, and the Philadelphia handler smashed the Atlantic.
J.T. Realmuto went home and scored three points, while Roman Queens (three hits) and Jean Segura went deep in favor of the Phillies. For the first time in the history of the franchise, Philadelphia has collected at least four home rides and 10 races in the first two innings, according to Elias Sports Bureau.
Phillies starting line-up Aaron Nola (1-1) made eight strong reins, giving up two hits and passes, and hit 10 against the move. The home side worked hard to get through the middle and as a result, had a good chance of getting one back as Travis d’Arnaud tried lifting the ball over keeper Johans Kamargo and Austin Rilej. Long Beach Mayor Loses Mother and Stepfather
National 16, Matt 4
Asdrubal Cabrera scored two home runs, doubled twice and took the lead in five passes when Washington made 17 shots over a heavy New York host.
Juan Soto and Tracy Turner scored two matches for Washington, who had lost three straight games and lost to Baltimore 5-2 on Sunday when rain forced the game to stop early in the sixth start.
Patrick Korbin (2-0) benefited from the support, who stood out with six innings without stress, allowing five hits and two runs, earning one. He went in two and made four. Steven Mats (0-3) saw his ERA increase to 8.20. He was rocked by eight moves and eight moves in 4 and 1/3 innings, without legs and five.
Diamondbacks 12, Rockies 8
David Peralt and Ketel Marte had four wins each, Cole Calhon dominated and doubled home, and Arizona beat Colorado in Denver.
Nick Ahmed had three hits, three goals and two assists, but Christian Valker added two hits in favor of the Diamondbacks. Alex Youngs (1-0) snatched two wins and Arch Bradley earned his fourth save.
Charlie Melmon had four hits to extend his winning streak to 14 games and increase his batting average to the main league of .484. Nolan Arenado also had four hits, and Trevor Story and Chris Owings made Hockey Rocky.
Padres 2, Dodgers 1
Austin Hedgehog scored a goal for the home team, and Calis Quantrill threw three aimless reliefs as San Diego ended his first season visit to Los Angeles with a victory.
In the sixth time of the game, Eric Hosmer gave the green light to Padres, who has won for the third time in the last four games.
Louis Perdomo started and went to the test site in Padres, giving up Dodgers’ lonely action with one Cody Bellinger RBI. He was followed by Matthew Stram, who made two rings. Quantumril (2-0) took the lead and offered a small length, giving up two shots and no walks, hitting three.
Tigers 5, White Sox 1
Jacob Jones hit a homeowner inside the park, and Niko Goodrum had four hits, including a solo solo, when the Detroit landlord overtook Chicago.
Jones Homer, who is fifth this season, finished seventh in Detroit’s fourth fair victory with three runs. Jeimer Candelario added two shots, a run and an RBI.
Six Detroit cups have lost five of the last six to disrupt the White Sox, making only 11 runs this time. Daniel Noriss (1-1) made two unconditional reliefs to secure the victory.
Twins 4, brewers 2
Eddie Rosario suffered a grand blow, and Randy Dobank won his third fair start, but after visiting Minnesota, he landed a four-game losing streak with a victory over Milwaukee.
Dobnak (3-1) kept the brewers in a four-stroke and five-horse march. He knocked out three and walked away 10 of the last 11 blows he faced.
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