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MLB Summary: Astros throws a no-hitter no-run and Yankees combination

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A 3-0 victory at the Yankee Stadium on Saturday brought together Christian Huber and two Houston Astros relief pitchers to make the New York Yankees a no-hitter no-run.

Javier (5-3) threw 115 pitches, over 7 innings, both hitting the best 13 of his career. Hector Neris threw eight hitless innings and Ryan Pressly retired the Yankees with nine innings 1-2-3 to seal a no-hitter no-run.

Rookie J.J. Mattievic and José Altuve hit the Astros' second half home run with the Yankees' third consecutive defeat this season. Yuli Gurriel added a pinch hitter RBI single in the 9th inning.

Former Astros Gerrit Cole (6-2) lost to the Yankees. He allowed one run on four hits and two walks and hit eight.

Raise 6, Pirates 5

Isaac Paredes cut a two-run walk-off single when Tampa Bay gathered past Pittsburgh in St. Petersburg, Florida.

Ninth visitor is 5-4, closer David Bednar (3-2) recorded the first two outs and then walked Ji-man Choi and Vidal Bruján. rice field. Pinch hitter Jonathan Aranda then chose Bednar's glove and filled the base with two outs. Paredes, who counted 0-2 down and homer 3-5 with 3 RBIs, lined up the ball in the right fielder and sent Choi and Bruján to the plate.

Brimadris doubled 3-4, Jack Suwinski hit a three-run homer, and Diego Castillo added a solo shot of the Pirates to Rays, who lost 14-8.

Cardinals 5, Cubs 3

Ivan Herrera took the first RBI of his career when St. Louis snapped a skid that lost two games to Chicago. I recorded it.

Herrera's eight sacrifice flies defeated a 3-3 tie to win relief Ryan Helsley (3-0) and win the Cardinals' final five outs. Juan Yepes's one-out double was the catalyst for the winning rally. Pinch runner Edmundo Sosa was wild pitched to third place, and Harrison Bader was hit by a pitch. After that, Herrera played Gore Head Run and Tommy Edman continued the RBI single.

The Cubs tied the game at the top of the frame when Rafael Ortega followed Christopher Morel's single with a two-run home run from Geo Bunny Galegos.

Mets 5, Marlins 3

Pete Alonso hit two solo home runs, including eight go-a-head blasts, when New York defeated host Miami.

This was Alonso's 14th Career Multihomer game. He hit 22 home runs this season, leading the major with 68 RBIs. Brandon Nimmo of New York doubled the score 3-5 in the 9th inning, with Chris Bassitt (6-5) winning, 3 runs, 6 hits and no walks. He hit five.

Miami scored two goals in the bottom of the fourth inning with Jesús Sanchez's two home runs after a 3-0 draw. Bryan De La Cruz then evened things out fifth on a solo shot.

Rangers 3, Nationals 2

After two great defensive plays at the top of the top of the ninth inning, Adolis Garcia made a goodbye home run in the bottom of the ninth inning. Defeats Washington in Arlington, Texas.

The home run that won the game was played by relief pitcher Kyle Finnegan (2-2) with a 2-2 slider. Garcia led the inning with 15 home runs this season. Joe Burrow (3-1) won and finished 9th in the scoreless.

Washington's defeat counteracted Josiah Gray's excellent pitching performance. Gray made his 27th MLB start, recording his career's best 7 innings, abandoning 2 runs and hitting 9 innings.

Orioles 6, White Sox 2

Spenser Watkins gave 5 innings on the mound when returning to Major League Baseball, Austin Hays drilled a 3-run double when Baltimore won the season I did-defeat my host Chicago for the fourth straight victory.

Watkins' performance continued the trend of Orioles stellar pitching. The Baltimore pitcher allowed a total of one run for the previous three games combined, but one of those games had six innings of shorter rain.

White Sox starter Lance Lynn (1-1) abandoned six runs (five wins) with six hits in his third big league match of the season. I made eight strikeouts in the 62/3 inning. ..

A 9, Royals 7

Tony Kemp visited Kansas City on the night of the three-game series to defeat Kansas City and hit two home runs and home runs. ..

Kemp recorded 3 runs and drove 2 to help athletics lose four games in a row. Zack Jackson (2-2) wins Auckland. Lou Trivino has won his third save.

Neither starter lasted 5 innings. Jared König, who won his first career victory with the Royals last Sunday, was separated by two outs in the fifth inning after allowing three runs with five hits. Brad Keller (2-9) lost. He allowed 5 runs (4 goals) with 8 hits in 32/3 innings.

Brewers 5, Blue Jays 4

Corbin Burnes effectively pitched to 8th place, and Andrew McCutchen made a two-run home run when Milwaukee visited Toronto to win. I hit.

NL Cy Young Award-winning Burns (6-4) allowed 5 hits, 9 strikeouts, 2 walks and 3 runs with 1 batter in 7 2/3 innings. .. To win his third straight win.

Toronto escaped from Milwaukee near Josh Hader and pulled within 5-4 in 9th place. Matt Chapman doubled with two outs, followed by Lourdes Gurriel Jr. with an RBI single to the right. Hader made his 22nd save with 23 chances and was the first bouncer to win Gabriel Moreno.

Red Sox 4, Guardians 2

Left fielder Alex Verdugo hit a three-run home run in the sixth inning, defeating the close game and leading Boston to host Cleveland. ..

Cleveland starter Shane Bieber (3-4) took full control of the game, scoring 2 outs in 6th place and immediately winning J.D. Martinez 0-2.

At that time, the Red Sox hit three times in a row. Martinez and Xander Bogaerts jumped on Verdugo's hanging curve ball and hit a single on his fifth home run this season before driving an estimated 447 fights.

Giants 9, Reds 2

San Francisco supported Logan Webb with four home runs, and a right-handed player hit two innings in a sheracking visit to Cincinnati.

Evan Longoria, Thairo Estrada and Joc Pederson shot solo shots, Wilmer Flores started the match with three runs and lost 4-2 in the opening round of the series on Friday night. The Giants have rebounded.

San Francisco surpassed visitors by 9-5. The Reds received only one extra-base hit in the last nine games, the eighth extra-base hit. This is Drury's home run.

Twins 6, Rockies 0

Alex Kirilloff became 1 to 3 with doubles and 3 RBIs, and 4 Minnesota pitchers shut out 1 hit and host Minnesota Exceeded Colorado.

Twins starter Chris Archer (2-3) allowed one hit (single to C.J. Kron). Relief pitchers Jharel Cotton, Griffin Jax and Tyler Thornburg followed Archer as the Rocky Mountains failed to record their next hit.

Rockies starter Antonio Senzatela (3-4) has 8 hits and 4 runs in 5 innings. He took two steps and hit six.

Braves 5, Dodgers 3

Marcell Ozuna hit a two-run home run in the eighth inning, hitting a three-run lead to Los Angeles and then recovering Atlanta. I helped.

Travis d'Arnaud led in 8th place with a double, and Ozna hit the second pitch from Brusdar Graterol (2-3) with 14 home runs over the centerfield fence. The victory evened the series one game at a time, stopping the Dodgers from winning four games in a row.

When Will Smith hit the first pitch from relief A.J., the Dodgers tied the Braves once lead the game 3-0. Minter (4-1)'s solo home run, his 11th. Kenley Jansen threw nine innings without a goal against the previous team and struck the side to win his 20th save.

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