Cristian Javier became the fourth pitcher in Astros history with more than 13 strikeouts in a row as Houston beat the Los Angeles Angels 8 to 1 on Friday.
Javier (6-3) shut out the New York Yankees no-hitter no-run seven times on June 25th. He was just as effective against the Angels, with one hit, one run, and no walk during the record. He has 7 innings and has 14 shutouts, the best of his career.
The only runner who left Javier came when Shohei Ohtani hit a home run in the first inning.
Yuli Gurriel and Jake Meyers hit Astros home runs in the second inning, and Chas McCormick went deep into the third inning. Angels starter Michael Lorenzen (6-6) allowed 8 runs (7 goals) in 3 innings.
White Sox 1, Giants 0
Leury García's two-out two-strike single at the top of the ninth inning was the only run of the game when Chicago defeated San Francisco in the opening round. Won the 3 games of the Interleague series.
Kendall Graveman is a rookie who threw a scoreless eighth in spite of allowing 1-2 walks in the bottom of the ninth inning with a fourth save. It ended the first career victory of Tanner Banks (1-0).
Shutout was the 8th season of the White Sox. The Giants, who won 6-3, were blank only for the fourth time.
Twins 3, Orioles 2
Byron Buxton hit a two-run homer in the bottom of the ninth inning, lifting Minnesota over Baltimore in Minneapolis.
Juan Minaya (1-0) won with a goalless relief on 11/3. Twins starter Joe Ryan gave up one run with two hits in seven innings, hit seven and walked one.
Jorge Lopez (3-4), including Spenser Watkins (6 innings), Cionel Perez and Felix Bautista, has 3 hits in 8 innings (all against Watkins) and 1 run. I only forgave.
Dodgers 5, Padres 1
Max Muncy and Cody Bellinger hit home runs, and Tony Gonsolin regained control when Los Angeles visited San Diego.
Gonsolin (10-0) scored 4 hits and 1 run in 72/3 innings. He hit 8 without walking the batter. He dropped Major League Baseball leader ERA to 1.54 while becoming the winner of the first 10 games in the National League.
Trent Grisham hit a home run and Blake Snell hit a 12-hit Padres, who had suffered his fifth defeat in the last six games. San Diego had a total of two runs in the first two games of the series.
Blue Jays 9, Raise 2
Lourdes Gurriel Jr. recorded three hits, including a solo home run, and Toronto visited Tampa Bay to blow up.
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. added three RBIs to the Blue Jays on Canada Day as Toronto won the first two games of the five-game series. The Blue Jays right-handed Jose Berríos (6-4) allowed two runs, eight hits, two walks and three strikeouts in five innings.
Tampa Bay's right-handed Corey Kluber (3-5) allowed 5 runs, 7 hits and 2 walks in 3 innings and 1 strikeout.
Cubs 6, Red Sox 5
Rookie Christopher Morel wins three straight wins, three runs and six innings, and Chicago wins, so four rescuers visit Boston without a goal. .. Early 4 run deficit.
4-0 down, the Cubs scored three times in the fifth. After that, he dragged 5-3 in the 6th inning, and Morrell (3 RBIs) hit the ball into the left fielder with 2 RBIs and 1 RBI. Chicago went ahead when Willson Contreras loaded the base and scored in Jake Diekman's wild pitch.
Boston's Jarren Duran hit a home run on the first pitch of the game, scoring two RBIs. Jackie Bradley Jr. recorded a 0-26 slump in his second three-run double. However, the Red Sox, who played 20-6 in June, couldn't maintain their early cushions as the attack was quieter and the season's best 10 steps were allowed.
Athletics 3, Mariners 1
James Caprilian won his first victory of the year with six innings, the best of the season, as Auckland defeated host Seattle.
Sean Murphy was 3-5 and lost four games in a row with two RBIs: double, home run and A. Caprilian (1-5) allowed one run with three hits and two walks with four strikeouts. Lou Trivino scored nine innings in his fifth save of the season.
Mariners left-handed Marco Gonzales (4-9) lost despite a good start. He made 6 innings, allowing 2 runs with 8 hits in 1 walk and 2 strikeouts.
Marlins 6, Nationals 3
When visiting Miami, Brian Anderson hit a home run and the RBI single defeated Washington to start a four-game series.
Garrett Cooper made a run to Miami in one of two doubles, and Joey Wendle returned from the injured list to run and RBI 2-4. Marlins starter Trevor Rogers (4-6) gave up one run with two hits and three steps in five innings.
Washington starter Josiah Gray (6-5) suffered his first defeat since May 24, with 10 hits and 6 runs in 52/3 innings. Keibert Ruiz hit the Nationals homer, who lost two games in a row in three consecutive victories.
Brewers 19, Pirates 2
Luis Urías, Keston Hiura, Rowdy Tellez return home with 7 runs and 2 innings, Willy Adames adds a grand slam in the 8th inning did.
Victor Caratini also hit a home run, Teres added 2 RBIs to 5 RBIs, Mike Brosseau added 2 RBIs, Kolten Wong added an RBI double, and Christian Yelich added an RBI single to Brewers. Milwalky starter Corbin Burnes (7-4) hit no-hitters in 5 1/3 innings, completed 6 innings, 5 strikeouts and 4 walks, 1 run and 1 hit. I gave up.
Pittsburgh's rookie starter Roansy Contreras (2-2) hits 7 runs and 5 hits in 12/3 innings with one strikeout and two walks. I recorded it.
Diamondbacks 9, Rockies 3
Alex Thomas hits a home run in three runs to help Arizona beat Colorado in the opening round of the three-game series in Denver. He hit home runs and home runs.
David Peralta added home runs and doubles, Carson Kelly also hit home runs, and Joshua Rojas scored three out of four wins in five consecutive games, including two doubles in Diamondbacks. I hit a hit. Arizona starter Merrill Kelly (7-5) allowed 2 runs, 1 win and 5 hits in 7 innings.
Ryan McMahon and Charlie Blackmon hit the Rockies home run, losing four out of six. Colorado starter Antonio Senzatela (3-5) was sent off after two innings due to apparent stiff shoulders.
Phillies 5, Cardinals 3
Rhys Hoskins hit a home run and a sacrifice fly, walked twice, drove two runs, and hosted Phila. Helped Delphia pass through St. Louis.
Nolan Arenado hit a cycle hit and knocked in three Cardinals runs. It was the second cycle of his career. Arenado hit a double in the first inning, a double in the third inning, a double in the sixth inning, and a double in the eighth inning.
Phillies' rookie Da Rick Hall hit a home run in the sixth inning, Kyle Schwarber added two RBIs, and Mickey Moniak added another RBI to Philadelphia.
Mets 4, Rangers 3
David Peterson struck out 10 strikeouts and Eduardo Escobar hit a 3-run home run to beat host New York to Texas I did.
Mark Canha scored RBIs and runs, and Pete Alonso had two of six New York hits to help the Mets record the season's best three consecutive losses. .. Peterson (5-1) allowed 3 runs with 5 hits and did not walk the batter with 6 innings.
Marcus Semien and Nathaniel Lowe have each started the Rangers solo homer, who lost two games in a row after winning five of the previous seven games.
Braves 9, Reds 1
Dansby Swanson hit a home run as part of a four-hit match, starter Max Fried throws seven innings to visit Cincinnati Leaded to the rout.
Austin Riley hit his 19th home run, Swanson finished 4-5 in two doubles, dropping the Braves cycle to triple shy with his 22nd win in 28 games. .. The match featured the return of right fielder Ronald Acuña Jr., who missed six days after stealing a foul ball from his left foot last week.
Tommy Pham drove on Cincinnati's only run, ending with three Reds hits, the longest nine consecutive losses since May 27-June 19, 2001.
Royals 3, Tigers 1
Vinnie Pasquantino's first major league hit was a solo home run, with Brad Keller six times when Kansas City surpassed host Detroit. I threw the above strong innings.
Pasquantino was playing in the third game after being called by Triple-A Omaha at the beginning of the week. Hunter Dozier recorded three hits, including Solo Homer. Andrew Benintendi added two hits and drove on a run. Keller (3-9) gave up 5 hits and 2 steps while shooting 5 hits.
Eric Haase ruined Kansas City's shut-out bid with nine sacrifice flies. The Tigers went 0-12 with the scoring runners, leaving 10 boys as the base. Detroit starter Michael Pineda (1-3) recovered from a broken finger, became active after completing a rehab stint, and abandoned three runs and seven hits in five innings.
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