The American and National League teams series began on Tuesday, with The New York Yankees And the Cleveland Guardians He is currently fighting it in the Big Apple, while Los Angeles Dodgers to host San Diego Padres.
earlier in the day, Philadelphia Phyllis multiply the Atlanta Braveswhile the Houston Astros Complete an unlikely comeback victory over Seattle Mariners On the march out of the house Jordan Alvarez. rounding today.
Here are the top plays from Tuesday’s games:
Tria Turner He gave the Dodgers an early lead, scoring a solo goal at home in the lower half of the first half.
Tria Turner’s singles home put the Dodgers ahead, 1-0
Trea Turner launches a solo home run to give the Dodgers an early 1-0 lead over the Padres.
Make it two!
Cleveland breaks the ice
Home run or not?
Josh Donaldson He thinks he hit home on the right field. However, the deep fly ball hit the wall and bounced back into the field, allowing the Guardians to mark Donaldson confused as he ran into the bases.
The error helped the Yankees score goals
Isaiah Keener Valiva He made up for Donaldson’s fatal error in the attack that followed, hitting one on the right field line. Guardians Right Felder Oscar Gonzalez He mistook the ball, allowing it to roll into the wall and Kiner-Falefa to advance to third.
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Sailors start fast
The first two Marines hitters arrived at the base to start the game. Then in two strokes, Cal Rally He drew Seattle’s first blood with one RBI to the right field away from the Astros starting pitcher Justin Verlander. However, the sailors were unable to push another round across the board despite having two runners in the corners with one outside.
J-Rod Meet the Moment
After walking to drive the game, Julio Rodriguez He hit twice to the right center field at the top of the second half, giving Seattle a 3-0 lead.
After singles on his first hit, Ty France In second place, he’s driving in Rodriguez in the fourth Seattle race.
Cut the lead in half
Losing 4-0 and with two wins at the bottom of third, Alvarez provided some guts for the defending AL champion. The left Astros player doubled the left field wall, driving two cars. Houston cut the difference 4-2.
Sailors get one
GB Crawford He hit a solo home run to the right at the top of fourth, giving Seattle a 5-2 lead.
After Rodriguez hit the base for the third time, France tore the RBI double from the left field wall to make it 6-2.
It will be Verlander’s last turn. The right-hander surrendered six runs, 11 starts (10 hits, one walk) and threw 81 throws (54 hits) across four innings.
After painting Seattle twice on the top half of the fourth, Yuli Gouriel He drove from the bottom of the half with Homer solo to the left.
Logan Gilbert Goes 5.1 innings
Seattle pulled its first pitcher in the sixth inning. In his first post-season MLB start, Gilbert gave up three runs, seven starts (five hits, two walks), threw 84 hits (53 hits) and hit five hits.
back to four
Eugenio Suarez He earned his second success of the day in a surefire way, firing a solo race at home to the left at the top of the seventh. Homer put Seattle up 7-3.
Astros back in it
walking at home
Houston got two base runners in ninth, which led to the inclusion of Seattle Ruby Ray To confront Alvarez with two outs. Alvarez offloaded his home run and three rounds to win for the Astros.
Feliz hits first
There is another one
One racket after Castellanos got the Phillies on the board, Alec Boom RBI hit solo on his own, increasing the lead to 2-0.
Atlanta held the bases at the bottom of the first, but Philadelphia held double play William Contreras out of trouble.
The last 2-time halftime
Bohm hit a fly fly to the center of the field. the following mixture, Jean Segurathen single punches to the center, which scored Castellanos from second place.
Phyllis Fried Chase
After two hits hit the base at the top of the fourth, manager Brian Snicker removed Fried from the match in his favour. Jesse Chavez. Fried surrendered six runs (four earned), nine starters (eight hits, one walk) and threw 61 throws (45 hits) across 3.1 innings.
hit at the right time
After Chavez retired, he took the first blow and walked on purpose Bryce Harper, Castellanos came with a two-stroke clutch. Velez’s right-hander hit one shot through the left side of the field, scoring twice and giving Velez a 6-1 lead.
Monument Change to Philly
Manager Rob Thompson removed Suarez from the match at the bottom of the fourth in favor of Andrew Bellati. Suarez surrendered in one round, eight starts (five runs, three hits) and made 86 throws (46 hits) across 3.1 innings.
Edmundo Sousa Hitting a fly sacrifice to the right center field, Segura scored from third and knocked Chavez out of the game, as Philadelphia led 7-1.
Dar Arno does it all
Braves catcher cut a six-stroke deficit with a double left on the bottom of the fifth.
Well, that was fun
Matt Olson He hit his home three runs, a halfway round Zach Evelyn At the bottom of the ninth, trim once velese six runs leading to one. Castellanos then grabbed the ball to the right, pitting Evelyn to the ground to ensure Velez’ victory.
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