MLB Roundup: Mets Walk Off In 13 Over Tigers

The Mets are 5-1 on the seven-game homestand. Hector Santiago (1-0) tossed two innings for any Mets, who received two homers and four RBIs from catcher Wilson Ramos, who left for the pinch-runner within the 11th and was replaced by Nido. Austin Hedges hit his first career grand slam, Hunter Renfroe and Wil Myers each homered twice and visiting NORTH PARK set a franchise record with seven homers while defeating Toronto. Ian Kinsler and Eric Hosmer also homered for that Padres. Hedges had five RBIs and Myers had four. Right-hander Cal Quantrill (1-2) struck out nine in six innings to earn his first career win for NORTH PARK. Quantrill, who’s from nearby Port Hope, Ont., along with the son of former major league pitcher Paul Quantrill, allowed three runs on two hits, both home runs, and two walks in his fourth career start. Luke Voit’s two-run home run inside the seventh inning helped lead NY past host Kansas City in the initial game of your day-night doubleheader. With all the win, the Yankees clinched the growing season series on the Royals with the fifth straight season.

Since 2000, the Yankees have won 16 season series, with three splits and just one single Royals series win (2014). The Yankees are 99-43 within the 2000s against Kansas City. J.A. Happ (4-3) found the win after quitting three runs on four hits in six innings. Relying mostly on his fastball, Happ struck out 10 Royals. Matt Chapman hit a house run, and Mike Fiers pitched six quality innings as Oakland defeated visiting Seattle because of their eighth consecutive victory. Chapman lined a solo shot on the wall in right-center field in the initial inning against Mariners left-hander Yusei Kikuchi (3-2). Seattle twice tied the score after being down a run, however the Athletics never trailed. Jason Heyward, Addison Russell and Albert Almora Jr. each hit home runs, and Chicago Cubs outlasted visiting Cincinnati. Anthony Rizzo also drove in a set of runs for Chicago, which evened the series at one game apiece heading into Sunday’s finale. The Cubs improved to 18-9 at Wrigley Field.

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Tucker Barnhart, Derek Dietrich and Yasiel Puig each homered for Cincinnati. The score was tied at 6 inside the eighth when David Bote delivered a go-ahead double to deep center field with Almora at second base and Russell initially. Almora scored, and Kyle Schwarber followed which has a sacrifice fly to send Russell home and raise the advantage to 8-6 entering the ninth. Arizona set up double-figure runs for another consecutive game, pummeling host SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA. Ketel Marte hit the next pitch of the overall game for just a triple and led off the 3rd inning which has a solo home run, his 11th of the growing season, highlighting a 13-hit attack 1 day following the Diamondbacks belted out 21 hits. Pinch hitter Jedd Gyorko hit a three-run homer inside the eighth inning to spark St. Louis into a make an impression on visiting Atlanta. Gyorko’s homer, his to begin the growing season, came against reliever Dan Winkler (1-1) and highlighted a four-run rally. It had been the initial home run for Gyorko since Aug. 20, 2018, when he went deep contrary to the LA Dodgers.

The Cardinals tied the overall game earlier within the inning when Matt Carpenter beat the shift having an RBI single to left field that scored Paul DeJong. Carpenter was 3-for-4 with two RBIs. Charlie Morton struck out a season-high 10 batters and Ji-Man Choi and Tommy Pham each belted a two-run homer as visiting Tampa Bay beat Cleveland. Brandon Lowe added his team-leading 11th homer to go with an RBI double with the Rays, who handed the Indians their fifth loss in six games. Carlos Santana belted a solo homer and Leonys Martin had an RBI single to the Indians, who saw manager Terry Francona ejected for the very first time since 2016 after arguing a called strike over a pitch that hit Jose Ramirez within the sixth inning. Jake Arrieta pitched eight innings to win his begin in nearly per month, and Philadelphia moved a season-high 10 games over .500 which has a victory over host Milwaukee. Andrew McCutchen and Cesar Hernandez hit early solo homers, while Rhys Hoskins and J.T. Realmuto hit back-to-back homers inside the ninth as Philadelphia totaled 12 hits.