Anderson, the White Sox silence the Yankees in a double-edged sword

NEW YORK CITY – Tim Anderson killed Homer in three rounds and then put his finger to his lips to silence fans, ending a stormy weekend at Yankee Stadium and helping the Chicago White Sox beat New York 5-0 on Sunday night. blow. .

A day after Anderson, who is black, blamed Yankee dashing man Josh Donaldson, who is white, in a racist remark, the All-Star short stop did not play in the first game. AJ Pollock in the ninth inning scored Homer in a tie-break from Aroldis Chapman (0-2) when the White Sox won 3-1.

Anderson was booed during dating before the game and in front of every athlete in the nightcap. He had already reached two singles when he rolled over the right wall of the field with two outs in the eighth. Anderson trotted slowly and put his palms to his lips in a sneaky gesture as he walked around the grounds. He clapped his hands several times, crossing the home plate, and pointed to the sky before making a silent movement again.

Before the eighth number of five runs, the story was White Sox starter Michael Kopech, who walked out of the first 17 beats he faced in just 60 fields before Rob Brentley doubled to leave the field. Kopech (1-1) allowed just one shot and two moves, striking out six in seven innings.

Yankee starter Luis Severin scattered eight hits for seven zero innings. Jonathan Loaisigo (1-2) lost with relief.

Homer in Aaron Judge’s eighth inning from Kendall Graveman (1-1) cost Johnny Cueto a win in the first. The revived 36-year-old right-hander made six strikes, conceded two and struck out five in his second major league of the season. Liam Hendrix identified two in the perfect ninth.

Cardinals 18, Pirates 4

PITTSBURG – Albert Puyols hit two homers to increase his career to a total of 683 and then caught a catchy warm-up when catcher Jader Malina made his first throw to close an 18-4 St. Louis rampage over Pittsburgh.

Raspberry abandoned Homers Yoshi Tsutsuga and Jack Suwinsky and four runs while running in the ninth inning, eventually completing the Cardinals ’triple. But for St. Louis it wasn’t all the fun and games yet. Starter Stephen Mats held out just four innings before being pulled by stiffness in his left shoulder.

After Mats came out, Angel Rondon (1-0) stepped in to strike out Ke’Brien Hayes from his first inning. Rondon conceded just one hit in five innings for his first major win, scoring four and three times.

Exactly a week after Pujols took the mound for the first time in his career in the major leagues, Malina came to St. Louis ahead with a score of 18-0. Pujols was behind the plate to warm up his longtime teammate in between innings.

Harrison Bader also played for the Cardinals, who had 6 races in the second match against Bryza Wilson (0-3).

Angels 4, Athletics 1

ANAHEIM, California. Shohei Otani scored a 443-foot home run, and Mike Trout added a solo shot, receiving three strikes and two WRCs in Los Angeles ’victory over Auckland.

Patrick Sandoval (3-1) struck out seven when he threw the ball with four strokes in the eighth inning for the Angels, who won the last two games of the series over the weekend after skidding in four games. Raisel Iglesias made the ninth save.

Ahtani made his ninth home run on Cole Irwin’s second step, while Trout added an RBI single in the second and his 12th Homer in the seventh. Trout, who also doubled in the first, excelled in the eighth to three times less than the cycle for the second time in six days.

Irwin (2-2) received three injuries in eight strokes in six innings for Auckland, who lost six of eight. A graduate of Servita Anaheim High School identified a four with two moves.

Red Sox 8, Mariners 4, 10 innings

BOSTAN – Franchise Carder reached the Grand Slam tournament with two outs in the bottom of the 10th, lifting the big Boston past Seattle.

Trevor Story continued his recent surge of power, the fifth Homer over the Green Monster in four days, and Christian Arroyo added a solo hit to Boston, which declared its fifth straight win and completed four games over Seattle.

Jake Dickman (1-0) won for the Red Sox, who were 4-3 behind when striker Christian Vazquez scored against Andres Munoz (1-2) in the 10th, ahead of automatic runner Bobby Dalbeck. After Kike Hernandez reached balance, Vazquez was thrown out by right-back Delan Moore in Rafael Devers ’single, a play confirmed by a review.

After a deliberate walk and the departure of Story, Cardera won it, making a right turn on the field 0-2.

Adam Fraser got a single in the 10th inning for Seattle after Homer Eugenia Suarez equaled him with two outs in the ninth. Fraser also had Homer twice for the Sailors, who lost six of seven and 19 of 25.

Oriole 7, Rays 6, 11 innings

BALTIMORE – Rougned Odor had its second victory in three days when Baltimore beat Tampa Bay.

The Orioles won two of three and won the series against Tampa Bay for the first time from July 31 to August. 2 2020, when Baltimore played at home with three games.

The Orioles trailed 6-4 in the ninth before Austin Hayes managed to knock out the RBI single from Ryan Thompson, who had previously been accused of making a mistake that moved the two runners into goal position. Then a thunderstorm delayed the game for 51 minutes.

Chris Owing of Baltimore successfully moved the automatic runner to third in 11th from Dasten Knight (0-1). The smell followed with a helicopter with which the first man from Ji-Man Choi base mishandled and walked past him to make a winning streak.

Cianel Perez (2-0) won by scoring two zero innings.

The best prospect of “Orioles” Adly Rutschman was in the second game in a row and went with a score of 1 to 4 with a hit on the point. Ryan Mountcastle managed to make his fifth Homer before heading out on the ninth with a convulsion in Baltimore, which lost eight out of 10.

Address 10, Giants 1

SAN FRANCISCO – Manny Machada has set a high level in his career and set a franchise record with four additional hits, while rising San Diego has completed three games in San Francisco.

On a day when each San Diego starter had at least one hit and San Francisco used outfielder Luis Gonzalez to serve, Machado’s big day included three doubles, triples and two RBIs. The five-time All-Star Game was also deliberately missed. He is the eighth player in Padres history to make four extra strikes on base in one game.

Mackenzie Gore (3-1), who made relief on Tuesday, worked six innings with three strikes and allowed one run. The left-hander had six outlines and two walked. Gonzalez made two zero innings and allowed one shot.

Alex Wood (3-3) allowed five runs and eight hits in three innings.

Marlins 4, Braves 3

Miami – Sandy Alcantara scored six strikers and Miami beat Atlanta.

The 26-year-old Alcantara (4-2) limited the Braves to three unearned runs and six strokes. He passed two and set seven for his fourth full career game.

Atlanta star Outfield Ronald Acuna Jr. had two strikes against Alcantara, extending his streak at base to 29 games.

Bath Travis d’Arno, to lead the ninth, was extended after Jesus Aguilar released a pop-up from Miami’s first base in Miami. D’Arno doubled and scored in the double by Ozzy Albis, making the score 4-2. Albis advanced to third on the flight to the right and scored on RBI Austin Riley. Alcantara forced Dansby Swanson to remove a pop-up window to catch Jacob Stallings to complete his 115-step walk.

Ian Anderson (3-3) allowed four runs, seven strokes, passed two and scored six in six plus innings.

Marlins from second base Jazz Chisholm Jr. was removed in the third due to tension in his left hamstring.

Red 3, Blue Jace 2

TARONTA – Joey Vote killed Homer in a tie-break in the eighth inning, and Cincinnati escaped the three-pointer.

The victory in one net was the second of the season for the “reds”. Cincinnati won nine of 15 after the start with a score of 3-22.

Toronto failed to complete the cleanup after winning the first two games of the series for the fourth time this season and the second time this match. The Blue Jays advanced to the series final last Wednesday in Seattle after winning Monday and Tuesday.

The Toronto-born Wotta scored Yimi Garcia (0-3) in his first home run of the season, and his third extra hit to base in three games after being activated from the injured list after a bout with COVID-19 .

Alexis Diaz (2-0) completed two innings without points, and Art Warren completed the second save in four chances.

Astros 5, Rangers 2

HUSTON – Jose Altowe has reached his fifth home run of the season and doubles, Jose Urquidi has reached the top of his career with 10 highs, and Houston has beaten Texas.

Urquidi (4-1) allowed six strokes and one run in 6 2/3 innings per season when the Astros won for the third time in a series of four games. Urquidi has improved to 4-0 in five career starts against the Rangers and has won three games in a row in total.

Blake Taylor dropped Cole Calhoun’s single to start ninth before beating Mitch Harver, who is Hammer earlier. He was replaced by closer Ryan Presley with one exit, and Sam Huff singled out base loading. Brad Miller brought one to the center field, scoring Calhoun and reducing the lead to 5-2.

But striker John Heim, who stopped the game, switched to a double game to finish the game and give Presley his sixth save.

Texas starter Taylor Hearn (2-3) received six strokes and four runs in 4 2/3 innings at a loss.

Cubs 5, Diamondback 4

CHICAGO – Patrick Wisdom and Frank Schwindel inflicted a consecutive homers against John F. Kennedy in the eighth inning, and Chicago bypassed Arizona to avoid a four-game streak.

Wisdom was thrown out to go just a foul right before he connected to his ninth Homer, sending a leadoff drive deep into the center field. Schwindel then drove 1-0 a step from Kennedy (3-3) into the stands to the left for his fourth Homer. Schwindel and Wisdom also hit back to Homers ’back during Chicago’s 7-6 loss on Saturday.

PJ Higgins spent three races, making his first career top three behind Chicago. Keegan Thompson (4-0) worked three pitches in one run to win the Cubs, who released four in a row, including a 4-0 lead, on Saturday.

Tigers 4, Watchtower 2

CLEVELAND – Newcomer Alex Faeda allowed two runs in 5 1/3 innings for his first Premier League win, while Miguel Cabrera had an RBI double when Detroit overtook Cleveland.

Faeda (1-1) scored two in his fourth appearance since a call from Triple-A Toledo on May 4th. The right-hander missed the entire 2021 year after Tommy John’s surgery and started this season in Class A Lakeland.

Double Cabreri scored Robbie Grossman in the first inning and finished 603rd in his career, leveling Kel Ripken Jr. in 16th place of all time. It was his 3022nd hit of his career, one minus Lou Brock in 28th place.

Javier Baez added a Homer solo in eighth place for the Tigers, who have thwarted three games and are 5-4 since falling 14 games below 0.500 on May 12th.

Prayer of guardians Shane Bieber (1-3) scored 10 per season in seven innings, giving up six strokes and three runs, two earned.

Citizens 8, Brewers 2

MILWAUKI – Lane Thomas scored two RBI doubles, and Washington emerged from a sharp recession in a win over Milwaukee, which lost Freddie Peralta in the shoulders in the fourth inning.

Peralta (3-2) left after allowing Thomas to make a double as a result of six national team runs in the fourth inning. It was the most successful inning for the Nationals this season and matched the largest number of series allowed by Brewers in one inning this year.

The national teams entered the day, conceding seven of the last nine, and they scored a total of six runs in seven defeats. But on Sunday they took the lead 8-0 and came away with the win.

Milwaukee received a solo Homer from Tyrone Taylor and an RBI single by Andrew McCatchen in the fifth.

National team starter Aaron Sanchez (3-3) scored one and gave up seven strokes, two runs and two walks in five innings.

Twins 7, Royal 6

Kansas City, Missouri. – Gio Urschela scored a tie-break single in the ninth inning to complete Minnesota’s return after a six-run deficit against Kansas City.

Down 6-0, the Twins scored five times in the eighth, culminating in two runs by Kyle Garlick. Jorge Palanka overtook Josh Staumont (1-1) in the ninth, Max Kepler doubled, and Gary Sanchez equalized, making his second sacrifice in two innings. With two outings Urshel stood out for the lead.

Relief Tyler Duffy (2-2) won, and Joan Duran made the third save without points.

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