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MLB Summary: Brewery Wins Walkoff Victory Against Cubs After Wild Finish

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Victor Caratini hit a two-out three-run homer in the 10th inning, winning a 5-2 walk-off against the Chicago Cubs, which Milwaukee Brewers visited on Monday in the opening round of the three-game series.

Rowdy Tellez deliberately walked one in 10th place and placed runners in 1st and 2nd place. Luis Urias jumped out. Caratini hit in the previous four at-bats, hitting 2-1 home runs over the central wall from Scott Efros (1-4) and hitting seven home runs.

Chicago took a 2-1 lead at the top of the 9th inning in a park home run run by Seiya Suzuki from Brewers near Josh Hader. Suzuki was active early on Monday after being absent for almost five weeks with a sprained finger, lining up 2-0 pitch from the left center wall. As the ball returned, dodging center-fielder Jonathan Davis, Suzuki didn't hesitate in the third round and slipped into the home just before the fifth home run relay throw.

But Brewers replied with a run in the lower half. Urías kicked off with a single close to David Robertson. Keston Hiura bounced a one-out drive over the wall in the center left, winning a double ground rule and keeping Urias in third place. Kolten Wong was hit by a two-out pitch to walk walks, and Christian Yelich walked to show his strength at Thai Ingran.

Astros 7, Royals 6

Host Houston won a five-run rally against Kansas City, and Jordan Alvarez hit a goodbye home run in the bottom of the ninth inning with two outs.

On his 24th home run, Alvarez hit a 3-1 slider in the right fielder from Scott Barlow (2-2) near the Royals. This was Houston's second consecutive walk-off victory and 12 out of 14 winners. The Astros rallyed in three runs for the eighth time from a pair of rescuers in Kansas City. The Houston rally has denied the Royals catcher MJ Melendez's multihomer game. The game's second home run gave Kansas City a 6-3 lead in 8th place.

Orioles 7, Rangers 6 (10 in)

The Orioles recorded the final run without the ball leaving the infield, with the infield single and intentional walk in front. The match ended with Matt Moore's selfish pitch, which was scored by ghostrunner Austin Hays. Mateo, beaten behind his left knee, was helped by his teammates in first base to win his victory.

Marcus Semien led nine home runs, led Texas 6-5, and Mitch Garver's three-run home run won the Rangers' five-run five innings.

Marlins 3, Nationals 2 (10 in)

Bryan De La Cruz visited Miami to defeat Washington and complete a 4, so a tiebreaker with 2 outs in 10 innings He hit a two-run home run. -Game sweep.

Nationals Tanner Rainey (1-3) defeated Jesús Aguilar and Brian Anderson in 10th place. De La Cruz then dropped to the left fielder with a fastball of 98 mph and caromed his fifth home run of the season, the foul pole. Nationals autorunner Maikel Franco scored from third place in the double play ground out and reduced the deficit to 3-2, but failed to complete the rally.

Marlins starter Braxton Garrett allowed one run with four hits, hit four and walked one with his career's best 71/3 innings. Washington starter Patrick Corbin allowed one run and eight hits in seven innings. Corbyn hit four, walked one, and frequently avoided trouble.

Red Sox 4, Raise 0

Kutter Crawford hits 5 1/3 2 hits, hits the best 8 batters in his career in shut-out innings, and Trevor Story is home in the 4th inning Visit Tampa Bay, which drove Boston.

The story progressed 2-4, joining Rafael Devers and Christian Arroyo (both 2-4) as repeat hitters for the Red Sox who won in a row. The game thanks to the 7th shutout victory of the season.

Austin Davis, Crawford (2-2) and John Schreber's Boston Pitching Trio kept Tampa Bay in a single pair of Yandy Diaz and Wander Franco. Josh Fleming (2-4) rescued 5 innings for the raise and allowed 4 runs (3 goals) with 8 hits.

Tigers 4, Guardians 1 (Game 1)

Garrett Hill threw 6 innings to win his major league debut, and Miguel Cabrera was 2 when host Detroit first defeated Cleveland. A doubleheader game that sent a run single.

Hill was summoned by Triple A Toledo to become the 14th pitcher to play in Detroit this season. He limited the Guardian to a one-run, two-hit, three-strikeout walk. Gregory Soto threw his ninth and collected his 16th save, despite walking two batters. Jonathan Scoop scored four hits and scored two goals for the Tigers.

Guardians starter Zach Plesac (2-6) gave up 2 runs and 6 hits in 6 innings. Cleveland's Josh Naylor hit a solo home run in the fourth inning, but left the game in the seventh inning due to a back injury.

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