Yesterday, Arizona raised its losing streak on the road to 19
Juan Soto hit his eighth home run of the season last night as the Washington Nationals and the Tampa Rays were tied 7-7 in the eleventh inning. Soto’s home run came in the same first inning and he was an RBI for two runs off Rays starter Shane McClanahan. It was Soto’s fourth flyby so far this month. He also scored two runs. Ryan Zimmerman also blew up the fence twice for the Nationals. The first, solo, did it in the third inning, while the second, a two-in-one, in the fifth inning.
Cubs 3, Parents 1
Joc Pederson and Sergio Alcántara hit home runs, and Jake Arrieta pitched five solid innings to guide the Chicago Cubs to a 3-1 win over the San Diego Padres and former teammate Yu Darvish and take two of the three games. of the series. The Cubs beat the Padres five times in six games over a 10-day span, including a three-game sweep at Wrigley Field last week. Alcantara blew the wall off Emilio Pagán with one out in the eighth, his first home run of the season.
Arizona is still bad away from home
Sean Manea pitched a two-hitter in six innings and the Oakland Athletics beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 4-0, who suffered their 19th consecutive loss away from home. Mark Canha had two hits and produced two runs for the Athletics, and Jed Lowrie had three hits.
The AL West leaders reached six wins in their last seven games. The Diamondbacks extended their losing streak to seven. His string of road losses is the longest of its kind in the majors since 1985.
Texas won in extra innings
Brock Holt singled with two outs to end the game in the 11th inning and the Texas Rangers beat the San Francisco Giants 4-3 for their second win in the last 14 games. Holt hit a hit to center field off left-hander Jake McGee (2-2) after the Giants intentionally walked Isiah Kiner-Falefa to face the left-hander. Texas is 7-2 in extra innings and ended a 13-game losing streak in interleague play, equaling a major league record.