Summary of MLB. May 25: Harold Castro lifts the Tigers to the point of striking | baseball 123

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Infielder Harld Castros knocked her out of the park a few times to beat the Twins who are off to a strong start to the season.

Also, between Dominican Jeimer Candelario’s timely hits and Evan Longoria’s two homers per head, the action moved this Wednesday in the major leagues, which also saw how the enormous power of Joc Pederson once again punished the New York Mets.


Joc Pederson hit his back post for a full return in the last two games and Evan Longoria chased the ball off the field twice, with four RBIs, as the San Francisco Giants held on to their home ground against the New York Mets .

Mike Yastrzemski also went deep for the Giants while Thairo Estrada added a run for the winners.

For the Mets, Puerto Rican Francisco Lindor dropped the ball into the left field bleachers.


Third baseman Jeimer Candelario homered in the tenth inning as the Detroit Tigers snapped a six-game winning streak against the Twins, who they defeated when they visited Minnesota.

Harold Castro homered twice for the Tigers while Trevor Larnach led both runs for the Twins with a full return stick.


Harold Ramírez took the ball out of the field for the second straight day and drove in two runs to lead the Tampa Bay Rays’ first inning five run against the Miami Marlins.

Randy Arozarena hit a two-run RBI double and Wander Franco hit a two-base hit, scored and drove in a teammate for the Rays.

The Marlins had a home run from Cuban Jorge Soler.


Cristian Javier (3-2) struck out nine batters in 5 2/3 innings to come out the front door in his challenge against Cal Quantrill (1-3) in the Houston Astros’ win over the Cleveland Guardians.

Dominican José Siri scored one of the two points for the Houstonians.

Quantrill (1-3) pitched for six innings, giving up two runs that earned him the loss.


Luis Castillo (1-2) went five innings, scored twice for the Chicago Cubs and struck out six, for his first win of the season with the Cincinnati Reds.

Joey Votto homered and tripled to record three RBIs for the Reds.

Ian Happ drove in two and Christopher Morel scored one for the Cubs.


Dominican Miguel Andújar threw a run and Venezuelan Gleyber Torres had a touchdown for the New York Yankees to lay down their law against the Baltimore Orioles.

JP Sears (1-0), whom the Yankees called their great team on Monday, didn’t step on the rubber in the five acts he was on the mound.


Dansby Swanson hit the seam of the ball and took two turns on the scoreboard and Venezuelan William Contreras also took to the streets and hit the register twice to carry the attacking weight of the Braves, who successfully defended their honor in Atlanta before the threat of the Phillies.

In the locals, Austin Riley also hit a stick for a full move and Venezuelan Orlando Arcia scored and RBI.

On behalf of the Phillies, Venezuelan Odubel Herrera chartered a rocket that swooped past the playing field and pushed two towers.


Jake Burger drove in three runs on a home run that was enough for the Chicago White Sox to end the Boston Red Sox’ six-game winning streak.

Just a day after Boston scored 16 runs, Lucas Giolito (3-1) held the Red Sox to one run over six innings of seven strikeouts.


Kole Calhoun and Mitch Garver sent the ball out of bounds and added four points as the Texas Rangers blanked the Los Angeles Angels.

Anthony Rendon scored one and Shohei Ohtani scored one for the Angels, who with that loss couldn’t add their fourth straight win.


Josh VanMeter and Jack Suwinski each homered and drove in three runs as the Pittsburgh Pirates outscored the Colorado Rockies.

Rodolfo Castro scored a comeback for the Pirates while CJ Cron hit the ball out of the park for the Rockies.


Erick Fedde (3-3) pitched the sixth inning perfectly with six strikeouts, beat Mexican left-hander Julio Urías in a pitching duel, and the Washington Nationals shut out the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Venezuelan César Hernández pushed Dominican Víctor Robles with the game’s only point.

Despite suffering the loss, Urías (3-4) was the highlight of the Dodgers game, throwing six one-touchdown innings and three strikeouts.


Rowdy Tellez and Tyrone Taylor brought the runs home as the Milwaukee Brewers beat the San Diego Padres for the second straight game.

Right-hander Luis Perdomo (1-0) pitched 1 1/3 innings and earned the Brewers the win.

Japanese ace Yu Darvish (4-2) did some quality work going 6 2/3 innings and seven strikeouts, but his offense didn’t respond and he lost the game.


Elvis Andrus homered and drove in two runs to be the key figure in the Oakland Athletics’ success against the Seattle Mariners.

Seth Brown homered and scored twice for the A’s and Luis Barrera drove once for the winners.

Venezuelan Luis Torrens added an RBI for the Mariners.

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