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Summary of MLB: The Cardinal builds history by winning with four consecutive HRs

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Nolan Arenado hit two home runs and drove with three home runs to lift the St. Louis Cardinals, which passed the Philadelphia Phillies on Saturday.

The Phillies recovered from the 5-0 and 6-5 deficits, but Arenado beat the 6-6 tie with nine home runs. Relief pitcher Ryan Helsley (4-1) was the winner, ending the match with two scoreless innings.

Serantney Dominguez (4-2) was defeated after allowing Arenado a decisive home run.

The Cardinals jumped to a 5-0 lead with four home runs at a time. After Paul Goldschmidt hit a single, Arenado lined up two runs of home runs. After that, Nolan Gorman, Juan Yepez and Dylan Carlson were home. This is the first time the Cardinals have hit four home runs and the eleventh in Major League Baseball history.

Twins 4, Orioles 3

Hosemilanda singled with Alex Kirilloff in the bottom of the ninth inning, giving host Minnesota a second straight walkoff. Win Baltimore.

Minnesota tied it with a 3 when Jorge Polanco hit a 425-foot home run from Jorge Lopez (3-5) against the bullpen in the center left and led from the bottom nine. After one, Kirilov doubled the bottom of the left center fence and advanced to third place with Gary Sanchez's broken bat single. Miranda then followed with a sharp single to the left to win it.

Nick Gordon hit a home run, Luis Arráez, Gio Urshela, and Gordon each hit twice in Minnesota, and won the Orioles 12 times in a row until July 9, 2017. I won in a row.

Raise 6, Blue Jays 2 (Game 1)

Left-handed Shane McClanahan hit 10 in 7 innings and visited Tampa Bay in the opening round. Defeated Toronto. Double header.

Isaac Paredes and Wander Franco hit a Rays solo home run in the third game of the five-game series. The Blue Jays won the first two games. McClanahan (9-3) allowed one run, three hits and one walk.

Toronto's right-handed Kevin Gausman left the game after two innings due to a bruise on his right ankle. With the base loaded and the second two out, Franco lined up shots from Gausman's ankle. When catcher Gabriel Moreno regained the ball and threw it for the first time, it was out, but Gausman fell and stayed for a few minutes. He walked outdoors. X-rays were negative.

Raise 11, Blue Jays 5 (Game 2)

Francisco Mejia hits a two-run home run and a solo shot, and Isaac Paredes hits a three-run blast. I did. When I visited Tampa Bay, I defeated Toronto and wiped out the doubleheader.

Paredes had four RBIs for the raise. Raise won the split after four games in the five-game series. Rays' right-handed Drew Rasmussen made his first start since June 10 due to hamstring tensions, two runs (1 win), five hits, two walks and two 42/3 innings. I didn't decide to strike out.

Bradley Zimmer had a two-run home run, and Vladimir Guerrero Jr. hit the Blue Jays solo shot. Toronto's right-handed Thomas Hatch (0-1) was summoned by Triple A Buffalo to make his first major appearance this season, with 4 his 2/3 innings, 10 runs, 12 hits, 2 walks and 4 strikeouts. Forgave me.

Yankees 13, Guardians 4 (Game 1)

New York hits four home runs, including two by Matt Carpenter, to support strong pitching performance with Gerrit Cole Did. Defeat Host Cleveland in Game 1 with a doubleheader.

Cole (7-2) threw 6 innings, allowing 3 hits, 2 runs and 3 walks. The right-handed player started his 250th career and defeated six batters. He allowed only one home run in the previous three starts, but the two home runs he allowed were consecutive home runs by Josh Naylor and Franmil Reyes.

In the case of the Guardians, defeated pitcher Kirk McCarty (0-2) threw 5 innings, allowing 6 hits, 4 runs, 4 walks and 3 hits. He will be recalled as the 27th man in the doubleheader and sent back to Triple A Columbus.

Yankees 6, Guardians 1 (Game 2)

Anthony Rizzo and Giancarlo Stanton hit consecutive home runs, Nester Cortez hit 6 innings in New York Defeated Host Cleveland in a doubleheader second game that recorded.

The Yankees defeated the Guardians in all five meetings this season. Cortez (7-3) allowed only three hits, one run and no walks. He hit six batters.

Cleveland starter Aaron Civale (2-5) pitched more than 6 innings and allowed 5 hits, 4 runs and 2 walks. He hit six batters. The Guardians finished 0-6 with scoring runners and stranded nine base runners.

Pirates 7, Brewers 4

Michael Chavis hit a two-run home run, Oneil Cruz added a solo shot to help Pittsburgh visit Milwaukee.

Daniel Vogelbach has added a two-run single and Diego Castillo has added a double RBI for Pirates.

Pittsburgh starter Bryse Wilson (1-4), just recalled from Triple A Indianapolis, abandoned two runs and eight hits, four strikeouts and one walk in six innings. David Bednar threw the ninth with his twelfth save.

White Sox 5, Giants 3

Dylan Cease wins a duel between two hot pitchers, Gavin Sheets doubles, and Chicago wins host San Francisco twice in a row. I drove on the run. San Francisco.

The White Sox took the lead for the fourth time against Giants starter Logan Webb (7-3). Build on those impressive numbers.

Two potential double play grounder throw errors contributed to all five Chicago runs, with the White Sox winning his third win in the last four games and the Giants in the last twelve. I was forced into the ninth defeat in the contest.

Marlins 5, Nationals 3

Jesús Aguilar hit a two-run home run and Avisail Garcia two-run as Miami maintained a home run in host Washington. I drove in.

The Marlins haven't fallen behind for their 10th victory at 11 meetings this season. Starter Daniel Castano was the winning pitcher and only one of the three runs was charged as a goal. Castano (1-1), who abandoned Juan Soto's home run and led the bottom of the sixth inning, has won his first major league victory since April 2021.

Washington starter Jackson Tellrow (2-2) abandoned four runs in four innings because a rookie was denied three consecutive victories. He was injured in five walks, but three of the four hits he allowed were extra-base hits.

Cubs 3, Red Sox 1

Mark Leiter Jr. allowed a strong relief of more than 5 1/3 innings, Chicago visited Boston Compensated for the decline in defense. 4 consecutive wins.

Later was pushed into emergency service after the first 7 pitches of the game. Cubs starter Alec Mills attacked Jarren Duran to start the game, allowing Rafael Devers to double. But it was in his evening range and ended up with reported back pain.

Boston starter Josh Winkovsky (3-2) made his fifth career start, allowing six hits and two runs (one win). I left the infield only once. Right-handed also hit a career high 6 with 6 innings.

Dodgers 7, Padres 2

Tyler Anderson controlled seven innings, and Los Angeles got off to a fast start with three home runs with a victory over visiting San Diego. ..

Freddie Freeman and Will Smith hit consecutive home runs in the opening inning, and Justin Turner improved the Dodgers to 5 to lead the National League West, so his early days Added a long ball. --1 against the second-placed Padres this season. Anderson (9-1) gave up one run with six hits in the 61/3 innings as Los Angeles took the win from a four-game sweep.

Luke Voit hit a home run in the Padres' two hits, and starter Yu Darvish hit the season's best 10 batters. San Diego suffered a sixth defeat in seven games.

Rockies 11, Diamondbacks 7

Brendan Rodgers hit a three-run home run and Connor Joe won a three-run triple to win Colorado's visit to Arizona.

Kris Bryant also recorded 3 hits in his second multi-hit performance in the last 3 games, C. J. Kron and Charlie Blackmon scored two RBIs and two RBIs in the Rocky Mountains, respectively.Austin Gomber (4-7) moved to the bullpen and then returned to the starting rotation of the Rocky Mountains, where left-handed players scored four runs and six hits in 5 2/3 innings.

Arizona starter Dallas Keuchel (2-6) bounced off a rough inning and allowed 7 runs (6 points) and 6 hits in 5 innings. Christian Walker hit two home runs, and Ketel Marte and Dalton Barsho also hit Arizona home runs.

Rangers 7, Mets 3

Kole Calhoun hit two of Texas' four home runs when a visitor won New York.

Jonah Heim and Leo Dita Velas also hit Texas home runs, improving to 3-2 on a nine-game road trip. Calhorn had four RBIs in his ninth multihomer game of his career. Martin Perez (7-2) settled down and recorded his 50th victory over the Rangers after allowing Starling Marte to hit a two-run homer in one inning.

Eduardo Escober hit a home run in the Mets' second straight win, losing four of the last five games.

Braves 4, Reds 1

When Atlanta defeated Cincinnati when he visited Atlanta, the Atlanta pitcher became a batter with 16 strikeouts.

Austin Riley blasted the team's leading 20th home run and drove in pairs. Meanwhile, Dansby Swanson continued to weep with three more hits as the Braves won 23 times in 29 games.

Nick Senzel was Cincinnati's only hit, releasing a two-out RBI group single in the fifth inning as the Reds lost ten consecutive home games. The 10th consecutive loss of the longest home skid at the Great American Ball Park and Cincinnati since losing 11 games in a row at Riverfront Stadium in 1986 marks a new low. Martin Maldonado played his fourth multihomer game, with host Houston defeating Los Angeles.

Urquidy (7-3) limited the angel to 2 hits and 3 walks, recording 8 strikeouts in 6 innings. He gave up a home run to Taylor Ward of the Angels in the third inning. It was the only home run in his ledger. José Altuve, Kyle Tucker and Chas McCormick were also deeply involved in the Astros, who won 10 of the last 12 games.

Angels center fielder Mike Trout was 0-4 on Saturday after three strikeouts in the series opener on Friday.

Mariners 2, Athletics 1

Pinch hitter Justin Upton drew a 1-1 score on a home run, A's relief A. J. Puku. Diego Castillo (6-1) won in 9th place with no points.

Both starters were great. Auckland's Paul Blackburn threw a 61/3 no-scoring inning, allowed 4 hits, walked 1 and hit 5. Mariners rookie George Kirby is a right-handed companion who made seven innings and gave up one run with three hits. He walked one and made a high career with nine strikeouts.

Tigers 4, Royals 3

Victor Reyes and rookie Riley Greene hit a home run in the bottom of the ninth inning to beat host Detroit over Kansas City.

Reyes concludes the game with a one-out solo shot from Joel Payamps (2-2), and Green crosses the centerfield wall for a dramatic game winner for his first time. Defeated Career Homer. While Joe Jimenez (3-0) threw a scoreless inning to win, the green tripled and walked with three runs from the lead-off spot.

Hunter Dozier had two RBIs for the Royals, and Whit Merrifield provided two RBIs, points and points. Royals starter Kris Bubic abandoned two runs and five hits in the 42/3 innings.

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