PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Christian Walker had three hits and three RBIs, Jake McCarthy homered and Arizona ended Philadelphia’s nine-game winning streak 13-1, giving interim manager Rob Thomson his first defeat.
Ketel Marte and Alek Thomas each had two points for Arizona, which ended a 10-game road trip 4-6.
The Phillies lost for the first time since May 31 and Thomson was beaten for the first time since replacing Joe Girardi on June 3. , who won 12 straight games in 1988.
YANKEES 18, SMALL 4
NEW YORK (AP) — Matt Carpenter hit two home runs and tied his career high with seven RBIs, helping the New York Yankees complete a weekend sweep over the Chicago Cubs for their 11th win in 12 games. .
The 36-year-old carpenter, signed on May 26 after spending the first seven weeks at Triple-A Round Rock in Texas, became the second player since 1900 to hit six homers in his first 10 games for a team after history. by Trevor from Colorado. in 2016.
Jameson Taillon (7-1) has gone undefeated in his last 11 starts, allowing three runs and seven hits in five innings. Manny Banuelos pitched three innings for his first save in the big league.
Ian Happ, who was just a cycle away, gave the Cubs the lead early with a first-inning home run.
RED 7, CARDINALS 6
ST. LOUIS (AP) — TJ Friedl hit a seventh-inning triple tiebreaker and Tommy Pham added a solo homer as Cincinnati beat St. Louis to break a four-game losing streak.
Friedl broke a 4-4 tie with a long drive to right field and Albert Almora Jr. followed with a sacrifice fly. Pham homered against his former team in the eighth.
Jeff Hoffman (1-0) picked up the win with 1 1/3 innings scoreless. Alexis Diaz made his second save.
Nolan Arenado and Juan Yepez homered for the Cardinals, who lost four of six.
BREWERIES 4, NATIONALS 1
WASHINGTON (AP) — Willy Adames homered and drove in three runs, helping Milwaukee end an eight-game losing streak.
Milwaukee’s Craig Counsell tied Phil Garner for the most managerial wins in franchise history with 563 as the Brewers snapped their longest slip since September 2015.
Andrew McCutchen added a solo homer in the ninth, his fourth of the season and first since May 21 against Washington.
ASTROS 9, MARLINS 4
HOUSTON (AP) — Justin Verlander picked up his eighth major league game, Jeremy Pena and Jose Altuve homered and Houston snapped its three-game losing streak.
Verlander (8-2) laid down the first 10 batters he faced before giving up a rounding single to shallow right field in the fourth inning. He allowed four unearned runs and three hits, walked one and struck out five in seven innings, lowering his ERA to 1.94. It was Verlander’s first career win over Miami and third straight start in seven innings.
GIANTS 2, DODGERS 0
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Carlos Rodon went two-hitters in six solid innings and San Francisco finished a three-game sweep of the division-leading Dodgers, beating Los Angeles.
Austin Slater and Mike Yastrzemski beat Julio Urias in the first to send the stumbling Dodgers to their sixth loss in eight games.
RANGERS 8, W. SOX 6, 12 hostel.
CHICAGO (AP) — Jonah Heim hit a two-run single in the 12th inning and Texas converted a double play on a batted ball on the cautionary rink to end a win over the Chicago White Sox.
Embattled manager Tony La Russa and the White Sox lost four of five. This one started with right-hander Michael Kopech starting with right knee discomfort after 13 pitches and ended with an unusual double play on the 12th.
RED SOX 2, SAILOR 0
SEATTLE (AP) — Rafael Devers hit a two-run homer in the eighth inning, spot starter Kutter Crawford and five combined relievers on a hit and Boston edged Seattle.
Boston capped off a successful west coast swing by closing out Seattle’s offense, allowing only Luis Torrens’ single in the fifth inning. The Red Sox finished 8-2 on a 10-game trip.
BLUE JAYS 6, TIGERS 0
DETROIT (AP) — Vladimir Guerrero Jr. homered, Ross Stripling hit for six innings and Toronto beat Detroit.
The Blue Jays took two of Detroit’s three, giving them 13 wins in 17 games. Toronto has the third-best record in the American League, behind the division-leading New York Yankees in the East and West-leading Houston.
SPOKES 6, TWINS 0
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Jeffrey Springs two-hittered in the sixth inning, Randy Arozarena stole two bases after being twice hit by pitches, and Tampa Bay beat Minnesota.
Springs (3-2) continued his impressive transition into the starting rotation. He struck out five and walked two in 5 1/3 innings against a Twins team that had scored a combined 15 runs in winning the first two games of the series.
ROCKIES 4, PADRES 2
SAN DIEGO (AP) — Ryan McMahon had a two-run double with two outs in the eighth and German Marquez threw seven solid innings to lead Colorado past San Diego.
The Rockies won back-to-back games to split the four-game series with the Padres, who played a second straight game without manager Bob Melvin. He went into COVID-19 protocols on Saturday night with bench coach Ryan Christenson ahead of Game 2 of a doubleheader. Quality control coach Ryan Flaherty once again led the Padres.
ORIOLES 10, ROYALS 7
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Anthony Santander, Ryan Mountcastle and Rougned Odor hit solo home runs, leading Baltimore past Kansas City.