Paredes hits 3 Homers owners, Reyes Yanks hand, third loss in 20 games

Paredes hits 3 Homers owners, Reyes Yanks hand, third loss in 20 games

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Street. PETERSBURG, FL – Isaac Paredes finished off his first three strokes, and the Tampa Bay Rays beat the Yankees 5-4 on Tuesday night, bringing New York their third loss in 20 games.

Paredes, who had four RBIs, along with Harold Ramirez for back-to-back homers in the first game of Nestor Cortes, then put the Rays ahead 3-2 on the third and added a two-stage campaign in the fifth on the first court after Clark Schmidt was relieved.

Reyes led 5-2 before Marwin Gonzalez collided with Homer in the ninth inning from Colin Bucci, who made a fifth save when Aaron Judge flew into the left warning lane.

Sean Armstrong (1-1), second of seven pitchers in Tampa Bay, grabbed his first Rays win despite giving up DJ LeMahieu’s single in the second.

Curtis (6-3) allowed four runs and six strokes in 4 1/3 innings, giving up three Homers for the first time in his major league career.

Guardians 6, Twins 5, 11 Champions

MINNEAPOLIS — Andres Jimenez had an RBI single in the eleventh inning and moved Cleveland to AL Central by a percentage point over Minnesota.

With Oscar Gonzalez in second, Jimenez finished in midfield by one against Griffin Jax (4-1) and the Guardians improved to 10-2 in their last 12 games and 16-4 since May 30.

Trevor Stefan (3-2) hit Carlos Correa, Max Kepler and Gary Sanchez, a Minnesota 3-4-5 hitter, with two in and no one out in 10th.

And Emmanuel Clase scored his sixteenth in 18 chances.

HOUSTON—Jordan Alvarez hit a pair of race piles, Kyle Tucker earned three RBI ports as Houston beat New York in a match between two of the top teams in the majors.

Jose Altove and Jose Seri added singles tours to Houston in the first meeting between the two teams since the Astros swept a three-game streak in September 2017.

Jose Urquidi (6-3) allowed four hits and ran in six innings. Arquidy, walking on his feet, made 104 throws.

Pete Alonso hit his leading 20th run in the Premier League in sixth place for New York. Trevor Williams (1-4) hit four and three on four on his sixth start to the season and first since June 5.

ATLANTA – Mike Jastrzemski came out of a two-way slump with the green light twice in the sixth inning, shattering Jock Pederson and Austin Wiens and San Francisco beating Atlanta.

Jastrzemski drove a ball from Colin McHugh to the right which put the Giants up for good at 8-7. San Francisco won eight of 11 and 14 of 22.

Olson died twice and Ronald Acuna Jr. and Marcel Ozuna headed to Atlanta.

Darren O’Day (1-1) took the loss after allowing two hits and two and failed to retire any of the three hits he faced in the sixth.

Tyler Rogers played (1-3) two rounds to take the win.

Milwaukee – Nolan Gorman went 4 of 4 with two solo home owners and four RBIs as St. Louis moved into a stake in NL Central with Milwaukee.

Gorman broke the 2-all tie with Homer to defend Chi Chi Gonzalez (0-1) in the fourth game. He extended the lead to 4-2 by pushing him over the right field wall against Miguel Sanchez on the seventh.

Zach Thompson (1-0), Drew Verhagen, Giovanni Gallegos and Ryan Hillsley combined to allow one hit and one walk in six innings of a goalless break. The Brewers had four hits as their four-game winning streak ended.

ARLINGTON, Texas – Nathaniel Lowe and Jonah Haim beat back-to-back former teammate Kyle Gibson, Martin Perez went six runs into his fifth goal-free start of the season and Texas beat Philadelphia.

Lowe broke the tie 0-0 in fifth place with his solo shot, before Heim scored his ninth this season in Rangers’ eighth win in a row over Velez.

Marcus Simin and Cole Calhoun both called Homer out of two rounds against Juris Familia for eighth.

Perez (5-2) outpaced Gibson (4-3), who allowed three runs and seven strokes in 6 1/3 innings.

This was Philadelphia’s fourth loss in 19 games.

Cincinnati – Toni Ginsulin became the first bowler in the Grand Slam to win nine games, spearheaded Freddy Freeman in five runs and Los Angeles’ victory over Cincinnati.

Gonsulin (9-0) gave up two runs on his singles teammates by Jonathan India and Albert Almora Jr., but only allowed one more stroke through five runs and 87 throws. The 28-year-old Right has a 1.58 ERA.

Four of the Dodgers’ homesteaders threw innings free of points to wrap up.

Tyler Mahle (2-6) was lucky to give up just four runs with six. He allowed 12 hits but managed to lock up eight contestants.

Freeman had doubles and triples loaded with bases.

BOSTON – Trevor Storey hit Homer from three runs from Fenway Park, Christian Vasquez added a single shot and Boston beat Detroit.

Boston took a 4-3 lead in fourth when Storey set a hanging slide from rookie Beau Brieske (1-6) on Lansdowne Street in his 11th home of the season.

Vázquez lined up at first Andrew Chavin’s Green Monster seats to lead 5-3 in the seventh inning.

Rich Hill (3-4) gave up three runs and seven strokes in five by six.

John Schreiber received his second save of the season when Miguel Cabrera took a penalty at the end of the match with a man in charge.

Pittsburgh – Bligh Madres scored his first major league game at home, and fellow rookie Rwansea Contreras provided five solid games to lead Pittsburgh against Chicago.

Madris hit a single shot to the right center field off Mark Leiter Jr. in the sixth half to close the scoring.

Contreras (2-1) allowed one run and four hits while shooting three and walking two.

Cubs rookie Matt Swarmer (1-3) allowed five runs – four won – and five hits in four innings while losing his third straight start.

Miami – Garrett Cooper clinched a tiebreaker in the eighth inning, and Miami overcame a four-game deficit to defeat Colorado.

Colorado advanced 4-0 before Miami scored five goals in fourth and three in fifth to advance 8-5. The Rockies tied 8-8 for sixth after Cooper allowed Brendan Rodgers’ winning two-out bat to get him on the right court for a foul that led to three unearned runs.

Nick Fortis advanced in eighth with a double against Alex Collum (2-1) and later scored a double from Cooper.

Stephen Ockert (4-0) made a perfect eighth goal and Tanner Scott parried Randall Grechuk in the ninth minute to save his sixth on seven chances.

Baltimore – Eric Fede allowed two strokes in six rounds, and Washington beat Baltimore for his second straight win after slipping eight games.

Cesar Hernandez doubled on the ground in the first game from Jordan Lyles (4-6) and scored twice from Nelson Cruz to put Washington ahead. Hernandez added the RBI Mill in the second half.

Fedde (5-5) hit four, walked one and didn’t allow the runner to go past first base.

Kyle Finnegan worked out seventh, Carl Edwards Jr. went down eighth, and Tanner Renee completed all fours for his eighth tackle.

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