The Padres shortstop leads the day’s outstanding Dominicans
San Diego 4 – LA Dodgers 5
Despite being defeated for the first time in four games, all the lights were on the San Diego Padres star, Fernando Tatis Jr. The Dominican fired two solo homers five times at the plate and left an image that will remain in the history of this nascent rivalry. Manny machado he went blank in four at-bats with three strikeouts.
The Dodgers reliever, Dennis Santana He was placed on the 10-day disabled list after experiencing discomfort from receiving the Covid-19 vaccine.
Miami 5 – San Francisco 2
Moses Sierra he was second-hitter, playing center field, and went blank in two at-bats with a run scored and two traded transfers. Yimi Garcia he threw a two-hit inning and an earned run allowed.
Gregory Santos he took the loss for the Giants by failing to get a single out and allowing two hits, three earned runs and a walk. Willy peralta he relieved him and in one inning he gave up two hits, an earned run and struck out an opponent.
Philadelphia 7 – Colorado 5
Hector Neris he made his third save of the season with a scoreless inning of a hit and a strikeout. For the Rockies, Raimel tapia he went 3-1 with two runs scored, a double (2), an RBI and a walk.
Washington 7 – NY Mets 1
Starlin castro 3-1 with a run scored, an RBI, two walks and a strikeout, while Victor Robles he hit a hit in a pinch turn. For the Mets, Jonathan Villar went blank in two at-bats, while Jeurys Family he struck out two opponents on a scoreless inning without allowing hits.
Milwaukee 4 – Chicago Cubs 3
Freddy peralta came out without a decision by throwing four five-hit innings, two earned runs, one walk and seven strikeouts.
Cincinnati 0 – St. Louis 2
Genesis Cabrera he threw a blank inning in relief role with a strikeout.