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MLB roundup: Padres cap wedding day with doubleheader sweep

August 3 – Trent Grisham hit a walk-off home run with one out in the ninth inning Tuesday night to provide the NORTH PARK Padres a 3-2 make an impression on the visiting Colorado Rockies and a sweep of a day-night doubleheader.

Grisham, who hit a two-run homer and finished with three RBIs in the Padres’ 13-5 win in the opener, drove a hanging breaking pitch from Alex Colome in to the right field seats. It had been the initial homer allowed this year by Colome (2-4), who was simply making his 42nd appearance.

Grisham has homered in each one of the three games, all Padres wins, to begin with the five-game series. NORTH PARK has won four games in a row overall and five of its past six.

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On each day once the Padres acquired Juan Soto and Josh Bell from the Washington Nationals and Brandon Drury from the Cincinnati Reds, the nightcap win visited fellow newcomer Josh Hader (2-4) in his Padres debut. Hader was acquired from the Milwaukee Brewers on Monday.

Colorado has dropped four straight and six of days gone by seven. Jose Iglesias had five hits for the Rockies in the doubleheader, and Ryan McMahon had four hits.

Dodgers 9, Giants 5

Mookie Betts drove in three runs with an individual, a double and a house run and four relievers combined for four innings of shutout ball as LA prevailed at SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA.

In beating the Giants for a sixth straight time, the Dodgers never trailed, building just as much as a 6-0 lead in the fourth inning. Tyler Anderson (12-1) were able to earn the win despite allowing all five Giants runs and six hits in five-plus innings.

Dodgers relievers Evan Phillips, Alex Vesia, Chris Martin and David Price combined to stop just one single hit on the final four frames. Giants starter Alex Wood (7-9) went 5 1/3 innings, allowing six runs and nine hits.

Reds 2, Marlins 1

Graham Ashcraft pitched a career-high 8 1/3 innings and Aristides Aquino stroked a two-run single and unleashed a 101 mph throw from right field to decrease a runner at the plate, leading Cincinnati to a victory at Miami.

Ashcraft (5-2) earned his first win since June 24, allowing five hits, no walks and something unearned run. He struck out three.

Braxton Garrett (2-5) took losing despite tying his career high with 11 strikeouts. He allowed three hits, two walks and two runs in 5 2/3 innings. Garrett struck out seven batters along with his slider.

Diamondbacks 6, Guardians 3

Christian Walker belted a three-run homer and Carson Kelly added a solo shot as visiting Arizona snapped a four-game losing skid with a victory over Cleveland.

Zac Gallen (6-2) yielded three runs on six hits and three walks with five strikeouts over 5 2/3 innings. Kyle Nelson and Joe Mantiply combined for just two scoreless innings before Ian Kennedy struck out the medial side in the ninth for his fifth save.

Luke Maile had two hits and two RBIs for the Guardians. Triston McKenzie (7-8) yielded five runs (four earned) on six hits in six innings. He fanned seven and walked two.

Nationals 5, Mets 1

Luis Garcia homered, doubled and drove in three runs to greatly help host Washington end a tumultuous day for the franchise on a confident note with a win against NY.

Joey Meneses homered in his major league debut and Yadiel Hernandez also went deep for the Nationals. The win came following the Nationals dealt Juan Soto and Josh Bell to the NORTH PARK Padres.

Regardless of the diminished lineup, the Nationals could actually outlast Jacob deGrom in his season debut. Making his begin in over per year, the Mets star allowed a operate on three hits over five innings. He fanned six batters without allowing a walk.

Pirates 5, Brewers 3

Oneil Cruz’s three-run homer and Tyler Heineman’s go-ahead RBI single helped Pittsburgh snap a seven-game losing streak with make an impression on visiting Milwaukee.

Pittsburgh starter Bryse Wilson pitched 5 1/3 innings, quitting three runs and six hits with two strikeouts and something walk. Colin Holderman (5-0), in his Pirates debut, tossed one scoreless inning. Wil Crowe struck out three while pitching around an individual in the ninth for his third save.

Milwaukee starter Corbin Burnes (8-5) pitched 5 1/3 innings, allowing four runs and three hits. He struck out six and walked a career-high five. Willy Adames, Rowdy Tellez and Kolten Wong all homered in the sixth inning for the Brewers, who’ve lost two in a row.

Blue Jays 3, Rays 1

Kevin Gausman allowed just one single hit in eight innings as Toronto defeated Tampa Bay in St. Petersburg, Fla.

Gausman (8-8) was throwing a no-hitter until Taylor Walls led off the sixth inning with an individual. The right-hander struck out 10 and walked only 1 while throwing 103 pitches.

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. was the catalyst for Toronto’s offense. He doubled in the initial inning and came around to score about the same by Bo Bichette. Guerrero finished 2-for-4 and in addition stole a base.

Cardinals 6, Cubs 0

Pitcher Adam Wainwright and catcher Yadier Molina reunited for seven scoreless innings as St. Louis blanked Chicago.

Molina, back after spending six weeks on the injured list because of right knee inflammation, returned to create his 317th career focus on Wainwright. They moved into second put on the all-time starts list, trailing only Mickey Lolich and Bill Freehan (324 starts for the Detroit Tigers).

Paul Goldschmidt (solo homer, two-run single), Dylan Carlson (two-run homer) and Nolan Arenado (solo homer) provided the offense for the Cardinals, who’ve won four of these past five games to go within two games of the National League Central-leading Milwaukee Brewers.

Tigers 5, Twins 3

Riley Greene’s run-scoring single snapped a seventh-inning tie as Detroit rallied for a make an impression on Minnesota in Minneapolis.

Greene’s hit keyed a three-run rally that erased a 3-2 deficit and made successful of reliever Jason Foley (1-0), who pitched a scoreless sixth for his first major league win. Andrew Chafin and Joe Jimenez followed with one scoreless inning each, and Gregory Soto locked down the ninth to earn his 20th save in 22 chances.

Griffin Jax (5-3) got just one single out in the seventh, allowing three hits and all three Detroit runs to soak up losing.

Red Sox 2, Astros 1

Rafael Devers made an impactful return from the injured list while Kutter Crawford produced a sixth consecutive solid start as visiting Boston topped Houston.

Devers, reinstated from the IL earlier Tuesday after missing 10 games with right hamstring inflammation, drove in both runs against Cristian Javier (6-7). The Astros right-hander surrendered two runs on four hits and something walk with seven strikeouts over six innings.

Crawford (3-3) allowed one operate on seven hits and something walk with six strikeouts in six innings. Tanner Houck earned his eighth save.

Mariners 8, Yankees 6

Sam Haggerty hit a tiebreaking homer to start out the seventh inning and visiting Seattle defeated NY after blowing an early on four-run lead.

Penn Murfee (2-0) allowed two hits no runs in a single inning for the Mariners. Seattle starter Logan Gilbert quit six runs on seven hits in 5 1/3 innings.

New York’s Jameson Taillon allowed six runs (five earned) and two hits with four walks and six strikeouts in 4 2/3 innings. Lucas Luetge (3-4) surrendered three hits and something run in 1 2/3 innings.

Orioles 8, Rangers 2

Jorge Mateo homered twice and drove in five runs as Baltimore defeated Texas in Arlington, Texas.

Mateo drilled a three-run home run during Baltimore’s five-run third inning and added a two-run shot in the ninth inning. He previously only three previous games this year with multiple runs batted in — topped by way of a couple of three-RBI efforts.

Rangers catcher Meibrys Viloria had three hits, including a house set you back lead off the ninth. Marcus Semien had two hits, including a two-out, run-scoring single in the fifth inning, and Nathaniel Lowe also provided two hits.

Braves 13, Phillies 1

Rookie Spencer Strider set a lifetime career high with 13 strikeouts and the Atlanta bats erupted for six runs in the fifth inning to spark a make an impression on visiting Philadelphia.

Strider (6-3) pitched 6 2/3 innings and allowed one operate on three hits and something walk. It had been his fourth double-digit strikeout game of the growing season.

The Atlanta offense produced 14 hits, three each from Marcell Ozuna, Dansby Swanson and Eddie Rosario. Ozuna doubled and homered, and Rosario drove in five runs.

White Sox 9, Royals 2

Eloy Jimenez went 3-for-3 with a double and four RBIs, Jose Abreu and Gavin Sheets homered and host Chicago routed Kansas City.

Jimenez stretched his season-best hitting streak to eight games while notching his fourth multi-hit game throughout that stretch. The White Sox outhit the Royals 14-7, with Andrew Vaughn collecting three hits and Tim Anderson, Abreu and Josh Harrison each adding two apiece.

Chicago’s Lucas Giolito (7-6) scattered two runs and five hits in five innings with three walks and seven strikeouts. Royals starter Brad Keller (5-12) allowed eight runs and 13 hits in 5 2/3 innings with a walk and three strikeouts.

Angels 3, Athletics 1

LA traded away its starting pitcher, a starting outfielder and its own closer prior to the game, but their replacements still were able to lead the best way to a victory over Oakland in Anaheim, Calif.

Jose Suarez (3-4), starting instead of Noah Syndergaard, who was simply dealt to the Philadelphia Phillies, quit just one single unearned run in five innings. He allowed five hits and two walks while striking out five. Jo Adell, starting in left field instead of Brandon Marsh, who was simply also delivered to the Phillies, singled and scored.

Jose Quijada threw a 1-2-3 ninth to earn his second save of the growing season. He took over for Raisel Iglesias, who was simply traded to the Atlanta Braves.

–Field Level Media

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