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Gleyber Torres sent him flying a few times in a close game to keep his team’s high aspirations of comfortably taking the lead in the American League East.

Also, Joc Pederson of the San Francisco Giants gave a sample of his batting power by hitting three homers that made him one of the most notable figures in the major leagues on Tuesday.


Joc Pederson hit three homers with which the San Francisco Giants won the hitting war they staged against the New York Mets.

Pederson, who joined Trevor Story (Boston Red Sox) and Josh Rojas (Arizona Diamondbacks) in the group with three homers in a game this season, had 8 of the Giants’ 13 points in the game.

Francisco Lindor went six laps to lead the Mets offense.


Gleyber Torres homered twice and catcher José Treviño homered and hit in the 10th inning as the New York Yankees grounded the Baltimore Orioles.

Torres scored three times and drove in two for the Yankees, who also had a four-base drive from first baseman Anthony Rizzo.

Venezuelan Rougned Odor sent the ball over the fence and drove in four for the Orioles.


Mookie Betts walked twice and brought four teammates to the plate to lead the Los Angeles Dodgers to their road victory over the Washington Nationals.

Trea Turner and Chris Taylor also homered for the Dodgers, who got a quality outing from right-hander Walker Buehler (6-1) that got two opponents to the board in six innings.

Nelson Cruz completed two laps and cleared the plate once for Nationals.


Danny Jansen went deep twice and drove in four runs to be the mainstay of the Toronto Blue Jays’ offense as they beat the St. Louis Cardinals.

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. put the ball behind the wall to support right-hander Kevin Gausman (4-3), who struck out eight in seven innings.

Brendan Donovan had the Cardinals’ only score on the scoreboard.


Colombian Harold Ramírez chartered one of the Rays’ three home runs for the Tampa Bay team to beat the Miami Marlins of Venezuelan pitcher Pablo López.

Kevin Kiermaier homered inside the park and Japan’s Ji-Man Choi hit a two-run homer for the Rays.

López (4-2), who was the game’s loser, allowed four runs in seven innings of eight strikeouts.


Ronald Acuña Jr. tied the game with a sacrifice fly in the ninth inning, then scored the winning run on a William Contreras single as the Atlanta Braves defended their home against the visiting Philadelphia Phillies.

Acuña Jr. had three runs and was the main figure in an offense that also featured homers from Matt Olson.

For the Phillies, Bryce Harper drove in four runs in one night in which he hit his 10th homer of the season.


Connor Joe hit a game-tying RBI single in the 10th inning and the Colorado Rockies managed to smile as they visited the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Ryan McMahon made a turn for the Rockies.

Dominican Roansy Contreras covered five shutout innings and retired five to go without a decision for the Pirates, who also had a run scored by Venezuelan Diego Castillo.


Frank Schwindel hit two home runs, scored three times and drove in three runs as the Chicago Cubs crushed the Cincinnati Reds.

Mexican-born player Alfonso Rivas and Curaçaoan Andrelton Simmons had two RBIs and one scored while Dominican Christopher Morel and Venezuelan Rafael Ortega scored and drove one for the winners.

Tyler Naquin led the Reds with a home run and two runs scored.


Sonny Gray (2-1) pitched clean for seven innings, striking out 10 batters and leading the Minnesota Twins to a shutout win over the Detroit Tigers.

Puerto Rico’s Carlos Correa and Colombia’s Gio Urshela each made a run while Luis Arraez came home once to help the Twins achieve success.

Dominican Jhoan Durán (4) finished the ninth inning scoreless to earn the stoppage.

For the Tigers, Venezuelan Miguel Cabrera had two hits.


Christian Vazquez and second baseman Trevor Story each homered and drove in four runs as the Boston Red Sox crushed the Chicago White Sox.

Rafael Devers and Kike Hernandez also homered for the Red Sox.

José Abreu sent the ball 418 feet (127.4 meters) from home plate with a teammate on board for the White Sox.


Lefty Framber Valdez (4-2) was on the mound for seven three-run innings and four strikeouts as the Houston Astros outshot the Cleveland Guardians.

Kyle Tucker scored three runs with a home run while José Altuve scored two runs and Cuba’s Yordan Álvarez scored and drove in a run.

Jose Ramirez punished the Astros’ throw with a practice round and made two runs for Cleveland.


The Oakland Athletics left the Seattle Mariners with no options thanks to an offense in which Venezuelan Elvis Andrus shone, who hit a full stick and hit the buzzer twice.

Jed Lowrie drove the ball out of the stadium and added three returns while Luis Barrera drove one for the A’s.

Julio Rodríguez homered for the Mariners.


Noah Syndergaard (4-1) flexed his arm for eight innings, going five at bats and allowing a run, as the Los Angeles Angels beat the Texas Rangers.

Jared Walsh drove the ball over the right field wall to support Syndergaard.

Mitch Garver and Jonah Heim posted four-goal batting for the Rangers.


Venezuelan David Peralta was part of a four-homerun offense for the Arizona Diamondbacks, who beat the Kansas City Royals.

Daulton Varsho, Pavin Smith and Jordan Luplow each homered for Arizona.

MJ Melendez homered and drove three runs at home plate.


Defending NL Cy Young Award winner Corbin Burnes (2-2) limited the San Diego Padres’ offense to just one point, allowing the Milwaukee Brewers to win.

Tyrone Taylor and Mike Brosseau homered for Milwaukee while Jake Cronenworth hit the lone inning of the game for the Padres.

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