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MLB Summary: Padres Austin Nola Drives with Brother Aaron's Victory

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Austin Nola chose his brother Aaron Nola six times on Friday night to bring home the only run of the game and beat the Philadelphia Phillies who visited the San Diego Padres 1-0.

Eric Hosmer set the situation one out double from Phillies starting pitcher.

San Diego's MacKenzie Gore and three reliefs shut out the Phillies with five hits, even in a one-on-one series. Nabil Crismatt (4-0) won two scoreless innings, and Taylor Rogers made his 22nd save in and out of a full-base jam.

Aaron Nola (4-5) allowed 10 strikeouts in 7 innings and 1 run in 7 hits and 2 steps.

Mets 5, Marlins 3

The 1st place Mets, who recorded two consecutive losses, improved to 21-5 after the defeat. They haven't lost three games in a row this year. Taijuan Walker (6-2) won, scoring 8 hits, 2 walks and 3 runs in 6 innings. Edwin Diaz threw a scoreless ninth in his 15th save.

Miami starter Sandy Alcantara (7-3), who ranked second in the majors with 1.72, allowed 6 hits, no walks, 5 runs and 4 in 7 innings. And promoted ERA. Up to 1.95.

Cardinals 3, Cubs 0

Kyle Hendricks continued to rule St. Louis by throwing a 7 1/3 shutout inning and visited Chicago to win.

Hendrix (3-6) entered the game with a 12-3 record of 2.82 ERA in 24 career outs with the Cardinals. This time he maintained a five-hit and walk as the Cubs won their fourth victory since June 4. Nico Hoerner hit a two-run home run, producing all the attacks the Cubs needed.

Losing pitcher Andre Pallante (2-3) allowed 3 runs with 7 hits and 3 walks with 6 innings as the Cardinals lost their sixth game in the last nine games.

Tigers 5, Diamondbacks 1

Javier Baez continues his hot streak by belting the Grand Slam to lead Detroit to a victory over Arizona in Phoenix. I did.

Robbie Grossman hit a double lance score, Jamer Candela Rio scored two hits in Detroit, snapping slides from three games for the third time in the last 12 games. Won the victory.

Arizona has lost fifth place in four consecutive games in the last six contests. Diamondbacks hit three times, all singles.

Royals 3, A's 1

3 Edward Olivares hit two home runs on his return from the injured list as Kansas City defeated his visit to Auckland in the first game of the game series. I did.

Oliverless hasn't played in Major since May 8th. Zack Greinke (1-4) won his first victory of the season. He allowed one run with three hits in six innings. He didn't walk the batter and hit four. Greinke has always improved to 12-3 against A.

Cole Irvin (2-5) suffered his second consecutive defeat against the Royals. He allowed 3 runs with 7 hits in 5 1/3 innings.

Astros 3, Yankees 1

Justin Verlander threw 7 innings and Houston finished their New York home streak in 15 games.

Verlander (9-3) allowed Giancarlo Stanton to hit a solo home run in six out of four hits. He hit three, made one walk, and became the 64th pitcher to reach 235 career wins.

Kyle Tucker hit Houston with a three-run home run. Luis Severino (4-2) of New York kept the Astros without a goal up to 4 innings and allowed 3 runs with 5 hits in 6 innings. Severino hit 7, walked 2, and threw 95 pitches.

Dodgers 4, Braves 1

Los Angeles shortstop Trea Turner and starting pitcher Julio Urias continued to learn Atlanta by leading the Dodgers to victory in the opening game of the three-game series.

Turner hit 3 to 5 with 10 home runs, recorded two home runs, and increased the pace of the attack with one home run. It marked Turner's second consecutive three-hit game. In 96 career games with Atlanta, Turner hit 17 home runs, 50 RBIs and 31 stolen bases. He has recorded 319 (128 vs. 401).

The losing pitcher was Ian Anderson (6-4), who won the last three decisions. Anderson failed to retire the batter in the fifth inning and was knocked out after loading the base. He allowed 6 hits in 4 innings, 4 walks and 4 runs in 6 strikeouts. It was a disappointing effort after Anderson threw a 62/3 scoreless inning on the final start.

Raise 4, Pirates 3 (10 innings)

Pinch hitter Harold Ramirez released a walk-off single in 10 innings, leading Tampa Bay past Pittsburgh in St. Petersburg, Florida.

Vidal Brujan, who was placed on the second base of the 10th base, stole the third base on the first base. Ramirez got out of the bench and drove a 0-1 pitch from Jerry Delos Santos (0-1) through the Pirates' drawn infield, achieving his third career walk-off RBI.

Pittsburgh is the promising first and third against Jason Adam (1-2), who was at the top of the inning and maintained 3-3 with two strikeouts around the foul out. Wasted the no-out situation.

Red Sox 6, Guardians 3

Christian Arroyo hit a home run and drove in three runs to beat Boston to host Cleveland five times in a row.

Arroyo's fourth home run of the season, a 405-foot-high blast to the center right, defeated a 2-2 tie at the seventh off-relief Bryan Shaw (3-1).

Boston starter Nick Pivetta (8-5) threw 7 innings to curb the Guardians' attack, despite allowing the season's best 9 hits. He surrendered two runs and four strikeouts without a walk.

Mariners 4, Angels 3

Seattle won three hits each from Jesse Winker and Eugenio Suarez, and a clutch performance by the bullpen who defeated Los Angeles in Anaheim. Won. California

The Mariners scored a single run in 1, 3, 4, and 6 innings and stood up thanks to four scoreless innings by the bullpen, including 1 2/3 of Andresmunos rice field. Starter Chris Flexen (3-8) threw three runballs in five innings, and Paul Sewald threw nine with six saves.

Mike Trout hit the Angels' 22nd home run. Michael Lorenzen (6-5) gave up two runs in just three innings.

Orioles 4, White Sox 1

A combination of five Baltimore pitchers limited host Chicago to just one hit on the road to victory.

Cedric Mullins scored at the top of one inning with the Orioles wild pitch. The Orioles have recorded three and six consecutive victories in the last eight games. Baltimore also won three games in a row from May 8th to 10th.

Jake Burger recorded Chicago's only hit in the second inning with an RBI double. Michael Kopech (2-4) allowed three runs with the same number of hits and issued four walks to aim for the White Sox's defeat.

Nationals 2, Rangers 1

Josh Bell's third single-to-center hit that night earned Juan Soto from second base in the eighth inning, Arlington, Texas. Lifted Washington over Texas.

Bell also had triples, doubles and runs. The Rangers didn't go quietly in 9th place and placed a runner in the corner by themselves. However, Tanner Rainey retired Marcus Semien from third base Corey Seager with a flyball to the center fielder.

Carl Edwards Jr. (1-1) won and Rainey recorded his ninth save. The Nationals opened the scoring with Soto's double-off Dennis Santana (3-3) in the 8th inning, raising the bell with at least one hit in seven of the last eight games. Bell's Lanscore single gives him 45 RBIs.

Blue Jays 9, Brewers 4

Alejandro Kirk surrenders 4 hits, Alejandro Kirk surrenders 2 runs in 6 2/3 innings, Toronto defeats Milwaukee The second half started. Of that 6 game road trip.

Kirk went deep, scored twice, and posted a series of multi-hit games while doing a 7-14 (.500) road trip. Manoa (9-2) distributed five hits, walked three times, gained six fans, and won his fifth victory in the final seven outings.

Toronto broke things early and fired five runs in two innings. The Blue Jays have rifled six consecutive hits to start a frame that includes Matt Chapman's three-run double. Brewers starter Adrian Houser (4-8) walked 1 in 6 innings, hitting 3 and allowing 5 runs with 9 hits.

Rockies 1, Twins 0

German Marquez allowed 3 hits with 7 2/3 sharp innings, Connor Joe scored 2 hits, Recorded a solo run of the game when Colorado snapped. Defeated three games in a row by edging Minnesota in Minneapolis.

Marquez (4-5) has won his third victory in the last four starts. Marquez took 5 steps and 2 strokes. He scored 12 ground ball outs and brought three double plays to the Twins, who suffered their fifth defeat in seven games. Daniel Bard took over Marquez and threw a hitless relief 11/3 inning to win his 15th save.

Dylan Bundy (4-4) was a lucky loser, although he only needed 18 pitches to register his first 7 outs. He walked two, hitting two and allowing one run with four hits in six innings.

Reds 4, Giants 2

Rookie Graham Ashcraft limits San Francisco to two runs with eight innings, the best of the season, and visits Cincinnati for seven victories. I put it in. -Game losing streak.

Cincinnati Designated Hitter Mike Moustakas doubled in the opening round of the three-game series, scoring two goals. Nick Senzel drove singles, doubles and two runs for the Reds, who lost all six games on the newly completed homestand. Ashcraft (4-1) hit the batter with 6 hits, 8 hits and a pitch and did not issue a walk.

Giants starter Alex Cobb (3-3) lost and was charged with 5 hits and 3 runs (2 goals) in 4 1/3 innings. He instigated four, walked one and hit the batter.

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