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Yankees make history while spoiling Jake
06-12-2018, 01:13 PM
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Yankees make history while spoiling Jake
Each night in the 2016 baseball season, we'll run down the top news, facts and highlights from action around Major League Baseball.Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Jake Odorizzi thought he was cruising toward victory Sunday until one mistake in the seventh inning not only cost him a shot at a no-hitter, but also the win.MORE: 11 MLB stars in their final season| Struggling MLB pitchersAgainst the New York Yankees,Odorizzi took a no-no into the seventh when hei sued a one-out walk to Brett Gardner. Starlin Castro then drilled a 1-0 delivery over the left-center field wall to give the Yankees a 2-1 lead that proved to be the final result. Castro's two-run blast was the only Yankees hit of the game, but it was enough as the Rays spoiled several opportunities.Nathan Eovaldi started for New York and struck out seven, but three relievers added seven Russell Martin Jersey more Ks as the Raysstruck out 14 times while stranding 17 on base.Sunday's win was the first one-hit victory for the Yankees since July 10, 1914,over the Cleveland Indians.There have been six one-hitters so far this season, but the teams throwing them are just 3-3.MORE: Baseball Hall of Famers dating back to 1930sThe Sunday night game between the Los Angeles Dodgers and New York Mets was an excellent pitchers' duel with Clayton Kershaw and Bartolo Colon on the mound.Kershaw was tryingto become the first MLB pitcher with fourshutouts in a month since Orel Hershiser did it in1988. But Mets shortstopAsdrubal Cabrera homered in the bottom of the sixth to put his team on the board. Neither Colon nor Kershaw, who struck out 10 over 7 2/3 innings, got the win after the Mets tied it at 2-2 onCurtis Granderson's RBI triple off Dodgers reliever AdamLiberatore.Kershaw was pulled after throwing 114 pitches, but the Dodgers were able to score twice in the top of the ninth for a 4-2 victory at Citi Field.Player of the dayWilson Ramos, Nationals Sundaywas a pretty good day Aaron Loup Jersey to be a National League catcher. Milwaukee's Jonathan Lucroy went 2 for 2 with a triple,walk and three RBIs in a 5-4 win over the Cincinnati Reds, and Buster Posey had three hits in San Francisco's 8-3 win over Colorado. But Ramos turned in the best performance Sunday. Ramos was 3 for 3 with a home run, four RBIs and two runs scored in Washington's 10-2 thumping of the St. Louis Cardinals.MORE:MLB The Show 16 dings ratings for this season's disappointing playersHighlightBaltimore Orioles third baseman Manny Machado can do more than hit for average (.320) and blast home runs (13), he's also one heckuva defensive player. Three things to knowJackie Bradley Jr. may have seen his 29-game hitstreak come to an end on Thursday, but his Boston Red Sox teammate still has a lengthy streak Kendrys Morales Jersey intact.Xander Bogaerts extended his hit streak to 22 games Sunday by going 1for 6in Boston's 5-3win over the Toronto Blue Jays. St. Louis Cardinals shortstop Jhonny Peralta will have to wait a bit longer to make his 2016 debut. Peraltatore a left thumb ligament early inspring training and required surgery. He was on a rehab a signment in Double-A Springfield, but cut his thumb Saturday while opening a box with a Devon Travis Jersey knife. Peralta required three stitches and won't play for three or four days. Cardinals manager Mike Matheny, who cut his own thumb with a knife while a Cardinals catcher in 2000, said Peralta should be bumped up to Triple-A Memphis soon, but needs more at-bats before he's ready to join the big club. The Kansas City Royals completed an improbable sweep of the Chicago White Sox Sunday. The Royals again rallied late to win for the third straight time while facing a multi-run deficit after six innings. Kansas City trailed 5-2 on Friday before rallying for a 7-5 victory. The Royals then scored seven times in the ninth inning of Saturday's game to pull out an 8-7 victory. The Royals were down 4-2 before scoring three times in the eighth inning for a 5-4 win at Kauffman Stadium.What's nextWhite Sox (27-24) at Mets (28-20), 1:10p.m. ET The White Sox will send left-handerJose Quintana(5-4, 2.22 ERA) tothe mound, with Quintana looking to snap a personal three-game losing streak. The Mets will counter with their own struggling starter in Matt Harvey, whose Jays Womens Cool Base Jersey Dark Knight persona has been more like a Lost Knight. Harvey is 3-7 with a 6.08 ERA, but one of his best career outings was a one-hitter against the White Sox in 2013.Red Sox (30-20) at Orioles (28-20), 1:35 p.m. ET The Orioles have lost five of seven heading into an important series against the Red Sox. Baltimore lost its hold of first place in the AL East, but sit just a game back of the Red Sox. The four-game set at Camden Yards will begin Monday with Boston sending Steven Wright (4-4, 2.52) to the bump as the Orioles have Tyler Wilson (2-3, 3.80) on the mound.
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