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Wed Jul 26 201711:35MLB roundup: Encarnacion's slam lifts Indians in 11
CLEVELAND -- Edwin Encarnacion's grand slam in the 11th inning capped a wild night as the Cleveland Indians, after blowing an early seven-run lead, rallied to beat the Los Angeles Angels 11-7 on Tuesday.Bradley Zimmer, whose grand slam highlighted a seven-run Cleveland second inning, led off the bottom of the 11th by drawing a walk from Bud Norris (1-3). Zimmer stole second base, then went to third when Norris walked Francisco Lindor but threw a wild pitch on ball four.Michael Brantley was intentionally walked, loading the bases, and Encarnacion hit Norris' first pitch into the left field bleachers for the walk-off grand slam. The designated hitter's 21st homer of the year gave the Indians their fifth consecutive victory.Los Angeles, which trailed 7-0 after two innings, scored four runs in the third and two in the fifth. The Angels tied the game in the sixth inning on Yunel Escobar's RBI double.Mariners 6, Red Sox 5 (13 innings)SEATTLE -- Jean Segura's infield single scored the winning run in the bottom of the 13th inning as Seattle handed Boston its season-high fourth straight loss.With the Mariners trailing 5-4 and one out in the bottom of the 13th, Mitch Haniger drew a walk from Doug Fister (0-5), and Ben Gamel hit into a fielder's choice. Guillermo Heredia fouled off a couple two-strike pitches before lining a single to right field, with Gamel taking third. Gamel then scored the tying run on a wild pitch, with Heredia advancing from first to third.Segura then hit a chopper up the middle that shortstop Xander Bogaerts fielded. Bogaerts tried to make an off-balance throw to first, but it wasn't nearly in time to get the speedy Segura.Yankees 4, Reds 2NEW YORK -- Todd Frazier experienced a memorable Yankee Stadium debut, hitting into a run-scoring triple play as New York held off Cincinnati.New York scored its next three runs in more conventional ways. Aaron Judge singled and scored on Didi Gregorius' sacrifice fly to right in the fourth, Austin Romine lined an RBI double to right in the fifth, and Gregorius hit a home run in the eighth.The Yankees' Jordan Montgomery (7-5) lost his no-hit bid two pitches into the sixth inning when Scott Schebler lined a double to center field. Montgomery gave up one run on two hits in 6 2/3 innings.Cardinals 3, Rockies 2ST. LOUIS -- Jedd Gyorko's sacrifice fly in the bottom of the ninth inning lifted St. Louis over Chicago.Harrison Bader started the winning rally with his first big league hit, a double to left off Jake McGee (0-1). After Greg Garcia bunted Bader to third, Gyorko pinch-hit and lofted a fly ball to shallow right.Carlos Gonzalez made the catch and unleashed an accurate throw home, but catcher Ryan Hanigan couldn't handle the short hop as Bader slid home with the winning run. Trevor Rosenthal (3-4) hurled two scoreless innings in relief for the victory.Dodgers 6, Twins 2LOS ANGELES -- Chris Taylor doubled twice for his seventh multi-hit performance in his past eight games and drove in three runs as Los Angeles won its fourth straight game.Yasiel Puig went 3-for-4 with an RBI and a run, Chase Utley had two hits, and Joc Pederson scored two runs as the Dodgers improved to 35-6 since June 6. Kenta Maeda (9-4) limited Minnesota to two runs (one earned) in five innings.Twins All-Star third baseman Miguel Sano was scratched from the starting lineup about a half-hour before the first pitch but later struck out as a pinch hitter. Sano was hit on the left wrist by a pitch from Josh Fields on Monday night.Cubs 7, White Sox 2CHICAGO -- Ben Zobrist reached base four times -- including his 500th career extra-base hit -- to help the Cubs defeat the White Sox.Zobrist went 3-for-4 with two doubles plus a walk and an RBI. Willson Contreras was 3-for-5 with four RBIs including a three-run homer, his 16th of the season.The Cubs' John Lackey (7-9) made it back-to-back victories since coming off the disabled list with a successful five-plus inning outing. The White Sox's Carlos Rodon (1-4) suffered his third straight loss.Brewers 8, Nationals 0WASHINGTON -- Milwaukee's slumbering offense woke up with a bang as it cracked three home runs off Edwin Jackson en route to a rout of Washington.Zach Davies (12-4) is tied for the second-most wins in the National League after allowing three hits while striking out seven in 7 2/3 innings, his longest outing of the year. He helped the Brewers win for only the second time in nine games.After missing a home run by inches earlier in his fourth-inning at-bat, Travis Shaw straightened one out and deposited a 1-2 pitch over the wall in center for his 23rd homer of the season and a 5-0 Milwaukee advantage. Eric Thames and Mann Pina also went deep.Astros 5, Phillies 0PHILADELPHIA -- Rookie Derek Fisher, freshly recalled from Triple-A, jumped right into the starting lineup and came up with a key two-run single to help Houston defeat Philadelphia.Fisher went 1-for-3 with a walk, upping his average to .286 in his first 21 career major league at-bats. He also made two terrific catches in center in the first two innings. The only blemish was getting caught stealing after his only hit.Astros starter Charlie Morton (8-4) threw seven shutout innings against the club he pitched four games for last year before a hamstring injury cost him the remainder of the 2016 season.Royals 3, Tigers 1DETROIT -- Danny Duffy recorded his second victory over Detroit in a week as Kansas City won its seventh straight game.Duffy (7-6) was the winning pitcher in the second victory of the streak, a 16-4 pummeling of the Tigers on Thursday in Kansas City. On Tuesday, Duffy limited the Tigers to one run on six hits in 6 1/3 innings.Whit Merrifield led off the game with a homer, his 11th of the season. Eric Hosmer added an RBI single, and Mike Moustakas had a sacrifice fly for the Royals. Kelvin Herrera pitched the ninth for his 21st save.Braves 8, Diamondbacks 3PHOENIX -- Kurt Suzuki hit a tiebreaking, two-run homer in the seventh inning -- the second of Atlanta's four late-inning homers -- and Mike Foltynewicz lasted six innings for his sixth consecutive win as Atlanta defeated Arizona.Suzuki homered in successive at-bats, going back-to-back with Johan Camargo in the eighth, as the Braves scored six runs against the Diamondbacks' bullpen in the seventh and eighth innings. Atlanta won for the first time in four games.Foltynewicz (9-5) won for the ninth time in his past 10 decisions. He gave up five hits -- including opposing starter Taijuan Walker's tape-measure solo homer -- and two runs but struck out nine.Rays 5, Orioles 4ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Tampa Bay struck for five runs in the second inning then didn't get another hit until the eighth in its victory over Baltimore.Tim Beckham belted a three-run homer off the Orioles' Wade Miley (4-9). Rays rookie Jake Faria (5-1) continued an impressive start to his career, going 7 1/3 innings and holding Baltimore to three runs. He recorded an eighth quality start in nine major league appearances.Welington Castillo delivered a two-run single in the eighth inning for the Orioles to make it 5-4. Baltimore's Trey Mancini hit his 16th home run of the season, a solo shot in the sixth.Giants 11, Pirates 3SAN FRANCISCO -- Madison Bumgarner recorded his first win of the season, and Joe Panik highlighted a 14-hit attack with a bases-clearing triple as San Francisco routed Pittsburgh.Buster Posey had three hits and scored twice for the Giants, who had given Bumgarner (1-4) a total of 10 runs of offensive support in his previous six starts this season. Bumgarner limited the Pirates to one run and six hits in five innings.Eduardo Nunez left the game in the fifth inning as he was traded to the Boston Red Sox. He went 1-for-2 with two RBIs and two runs in his final game with San Francisco.Mets 6, Padres 5SAN DIEGO -- Yoenis Cespedes drove home the go-ahead run on a check-swing, seventh-inning triple inches inside the right field foul line and scored on a throwing error on the same play to lead New York past San Diego.Cespedes finished the night with a homer, a double and a triple in four at-bats. He had three RBIs and two runs. Seth Lugo (5-2) got the win after allowing four runs (three earned) in six innings.Right-hander Kyle Lloyd made his major league debut as the Padres' starter some five hours after landing in San Diego from Triple-A El Paso. He allowed four runs and six hits in four innings, walking two and striking out two.Rangers 10, Marlins 4ARLINGTON, Texas -- Joey Gallo launched two of Texas' four home runs in a rout of Miami.The Rangers' power surge backed a solid showing from Cole Hamels (5-1), who bounced back from his first loss of the season. The left-hander worked six innings, giving up four runs and six hits while striking out five and walking two.Gallo upped his team-high home run total to 25 with his second career multi-homer game. Mike Napoli added his 22nd long ball, and Rougned Odor hit his 20th. Texas finished with a season-best 31 total bases.Blue Jays 4, Athletics 1TORONTO -- Cesar Valdez pitched into the seventh inning against his former team, and Ryan Goins had a two-run double as Toronto defeated Oakland.The Blue Jays scored four unearned runs against Oakland starter Sonny Gray in the second inning to help them take the second straight contest of the four-game series. The Athletics have lost 10 of their last 11 at the Rogers Centre.Valdez (1-0), making his first start and fifth appearance as a Blue Jay, allowed five hits, one walk, one run and struck out four in his second start of the season. His first start was for Oakland on April 20. The Blue Jays claimed Valdez off waivers on May 5.
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