The Brewers finish their winning streak at 17 on MLB roundup: The Cards' finish at 17

The Brewers finish their winning streak at 17 on MLB roundup: The Cards' finish at 17 ...

2021-09-30 07:30:58 GMT+00:00 - Daniel Vogelbach hit a two-run homer as the visiting Milwaukee Brewers snapped the St. Louis Cardinals' 17-game winning streak with 4-0 victory on Wednesday.

Adrian Houser (10-6) and relievers Brent Suter, Brad Boxberger, and Aaron Ashby all combined on a three-hitter for the Brewers, who have won four of their last five games.

Houser worked the first five innings and Ashby finished the last two as the Brewers recorded their best-in-the-majors 19th shutout of the season.

Miles Mikolas (2-3) allowed three runs on seven hits in 5 2/3 innings for the Cardinals, allowing three in five innings. He struck out seven and struck one.

Rays 7, Astros 0 Ray s 7 Ray.

Brandon Lowe and Ji-Man Choi homered, while Drew Rasmussen allowed one hit over five scoreless innings as Tampa Bay clinched home-field advantage throughout the American League postseason by blanking host Houston.

The Rays secured a single-season franchise record with their 98th victory while giving the Astros their fifth defeat in six games. Houston would have clinched the AL West with a victory. Rasmussen (4-1) struck out two and did not issue a walk.

Lowe went deep to finish a three-run rally against Luis Garcia (11-8) in the second inning, as the Rays capitalized on s'allowed by Houston center fielder Jose Siri's two-out error. Choi, who was beaten in a 1-for-24 slump, ripped another three-run shot in the fifth.

Blue Jays 6, Yankees 5, and Blue Rays 6.

Bo Bichette led off the eighth inning with his second home run of the game, snapping a tie and leading host Toronto past New York, putting the Yankees off to tenth place in the table. That ended the Dodgers' seven-game winning streak.

In the AL wildcard race, the teams have divided the first two games of a crucial three-game series. New York has a one-game lead on Boston for the first AL wild card, with Seattle chasing the Red Sox and Toronto racking up bringing the red SoX kicking off.

When Toronto's Marcus Semien reached his 44th home run of the season, a two-run blast in the first inning, his Toronto native set sweeping record for second basemen.

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J.D. Martinez launched a solo home run with three runs, Nathan Eovaldi tossed six scoreless innings with seven strikeouts, and Boston beat host Baltimore.

Martinez finished 3-for-4, with a two-run double. Eovaldi (11-9) only allowed four hits and issued one walk as the Red Sox finished their four-game losing streak.

Zac Lowther (1-3) allowed the Orioles two runs, one earned, on eight hits in five innings for the team.

Mariners 4, Athletics 2, and Athletic 2

The seventh-inning sacrifice fly by Ty France broke a tie when host Seattle eliminated Oakland from postseason contention and maintained its own spot in the AL wild-card chase.

Jarred Kelenic had a two-run double, while Abraham Toro had his own homer for the Mariners. They won for the 10th time in 11 games for their first time.

Despite home runs from Tony Kemp and Seth Brown, the A's lost their 12th straight head-to-head loss to Seattle and their third straight loss overall.

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Alex Wood and three relievers had a four-hit shutout, while San Francisco used opacity to produce the only run in l'accident in Arizona's victory.

The Giants led by two-game victories over the second-place Dodgers in the National League West by a combined.500 games to 50 games and remained in their two games lead over their second place Dodges. Without giving a walk, Wood limited the Diamondbacks to three hits in six innings. He struck out six.

When the Giants got a single, smashed base, and tyre to create Kris Bryant's sacrifice fly, the lone run scored in the seventh inning.

Dodgers 11, Padres 9, and Dodge Rams 11 are the Pads' nine Dodgeers.

Los Angeles pulled off an improbable rally for a victory over visiting San Diego to keep its National League West title ambitions brighter, as Corey Seager hit the last of four eighth-inning home runs as Los Los Diego pulled on an unusual rally to hold its national League East title hopes to pique.

AJ Pollock hit two home runs, including one in the eighth, while Max Muncy and Cody Bellinger went deep in that fateful five-run inning. After six 1/2 innings, the Dodgers climbed 9-5.

David Price (5-2) gained the victory with a scoreless eighth inning, and Kenley Jansen managed his 37th save by striking out the side in the ninth.

Braves 7, Phillies 2, and Philly 2 are the two biggest tournaments in the world.

Max Fried pitched seven strong innings, and Austin Riley drove in three runs to assist Atlanta earn a win over Philadelphia, placing the Braves on the brink of completing burgeoning sixth National League East title in ten years.

The Braves boosted their division lead to 4 1/2 games in second-place Philadelphia, bringing them to fourth place. One of Atlanta's best number to win the division is Atlanta. The Braves will hope to complete their first home three-game series sweep of the season on Thursday.

Fried (14-7) allowed two runs, one earned, on four hits and no walks with six strikeouts, and one took four strikes and only scored. His streak of scoreless innings ended at 17, but the Braves are 10-1 over his previous 11 starts.

Royals 10, Indians 5, and Indian Indian Heroes 10, 10

Salvador Perez tied a club record with his 48th home run of the season in his home defeat of Kansas City.

It was also Perez's 200th home run of his career. He leads the majors in home runs and RBIs, driving in three runs to run his total to 121. Perez, on the other hand, wasn't long ago. Perez was "aided out of the dugout during the commercial break towards the tunnel," The Royals' broadcast crew tweeted in the middle of a second inning that Pere was 'aideed from the droopout' during symphony break toward the railway. He's hurt and out of the game."

Perez, on the other hand, came to bat in the bottom of the game and struck out. Cam Gallagher replaced him in the third. Perez was revealed with a right ankle sprain shortly after exiting.

Rockies 10, Nationals 5, National National Parks 10, Rocky 10, and National Capital

Trevor Story went 4-for-4 in his possibly final home game in Denver, while Ryan McMahon homered and C.J. Cron, Raimel Tapia, and Dom Nunez had two hits each as Colorado beat Washington. Lane Thomas and Josh Bell had two hits for the Nationals each.

After the season, Story will be a free agent, with the premise that he'll join olympics with another team. Story trotted to shortstop alone and received an ovation before the rest of the team ran out when the Rockies took the field in the first inning.

Washington led 5-4 in the third after a two-hour rain delay, but Sam Hilliard's bases-loaded single drove in two and gave Colorado 5% lead it never surrendered.

White Sox 6, Reds 1, Whites 6, White Red Soxx 6, Blues 1 Red Red

Gavin Sheets went 2-for-3 with a home run and three RBIs, Tim Anderson added solitary homer and host Chicago cruised past Cincinnati.

Leury Garcia also led a run for Chicago, which won its fourth game in ten years. Left-hander Carlos Rodon of the White Sox, Carlos Rodriguez (13-5), gave up only one hit in five scoreless innings. He walked two and struck out four, and he finished the regular season with a 2.37 ERA.

Delino DeShields had an RBI double in Cincinnati, which has dropped back-to-back games. Sonny Gray (7-9) of Reds left-hander Smack Gray (3-9) surrendered five runs on five hits in 4 2/3 innings.

Rangers 2 and Angels 7, respectively. Angel's 8, respectively

In Arlington, Texas, Juan Lagares had two hits and two RBIs to help Los Angeles score a victory against Texas.

Taylor Ward and Shohei Ohtani each hit two hits and received a run for Los Angeles when Jack Mayfield drove in two runs. Janson Junk, the starter of the Angels, allowed two runs and seven hits in 4 1/3 innings, striking out five without being able to walk.

Taylor Hearn, Texas starter Taylor Shearner (6-6) gave up four runs and six hits in 5 1/3 innings. He fanned two and walked one. Andy Ibanez and Jose Trevino had two hits and a run for the Rangers, each with Andy and Jos Trevine.

Marlin's 3, Mets 2, and 3

Miguel Rojas hit a go-ahead, two-run single in the eighth inning as visiting Miami had halted dragged ten-game losing streak with 3-0 victory over New York.

The Marlins were held to one hit in the first seven innings before combining a rally against New York starter Taijuan Walker and Seth Lugo (4-3).

Walker, who completed his first season with the Mets by losing his last eight decisions, was delighted in his performance after his return to Miami. Walker allowed two runs on two hits in a season-high 7 1/3 innings, allowing two in two innings on both hits.

Cubs 3, Pirates 2, and Pirate CubS 3 are the three teams in the game.

Willson Contreras had three hits, including a go-ahead two-run double in the seventh inning, as visiting Chicago had smashed ten-game losing streak with 3-0 win over Pittsburgh.

Kyle Hendricks, the Chicago starter, gave up two runs and five hits in five-plus innings, with one walk and four strikeouts. Adam Morgan (2-1) saved a scoreless sixth, and two other relievers connected the gap to Codi Heuer, who worked the ninth for his second save.

Bryan Reynolds scored an RBI triple for the Pirates. Roansy Contreras, a Pittsburgh starter, 21-year-old who made his major league debut after being called up earlier in the day, pitched three scoreless innings. With one walk and four strikeouts, he gave up three hits.

Twins 5, Tigers 2, and Tiger's 2 are the five biggest games in the series.

Michael Pineda won his fifth consecutive start as Minnesota defeated Detroit in Minneapolis for its sixth win in eight games. Jorge Polanco hit a three-run homer and hit Michael Pind dubbed Michael Pearce.

Luis Arraez and Josh Donaldson each had two hits and a run for Minnesota. Pineda (9-8), making his last start for the Twins before possibly heading into free agency, gave up one run on eight hits over 5 2/3 innings, putting his final start in the league before rushing into libre agency.

Harold Castro went 2-for-3 with an RBI, while Robbie Grossman had two hits for the Tigers, losing their fourth straight game.

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