Last Night in Baseball History April 11th

Scores in bold.

Athletics (9-8) 8 AT Orioles (5-8) 5 – Khris Davis homered twice for the second night in a row. He now has 9 on the year. The A’s hit 5 homers and had 11 hits.

Marlins (3-10) 0 AT Reds (4-8) 5 – Sonny Gray left early with an injury, but Reds pitching shut down the Marlins. Eugenio Suarez hit one out and had 3 hits. Yasiel Puig hit a 2-run double.

Indians (8-4) 4 AT Tigers (8-5) 0 – Shane Bieber pitched 7 dominant innings and only gave up 3 hits. Carlos Santana and Leonys Martin provided the offense with 3 hits and 2 RBI each.

Mariners (13-2) 7 AT Royals (2-10) 6 F/10 – The Mariners became the first team to homer in 15 games to open the season. Daniel Vogelbach hit his 6th dinger of the year in the 10th. Dee Gordon hit a triple and homer. Whit Merrifield’s incredible 31 game hitting streak came to an end.

Dodgers (8-6) 7 AT Cardinals (8-5) 11 – Walker Buehler homered, and the Dodgers held a 3-0 lead early. The Cards put up 4 in the 2nd and 4 in the 5th to complete the sweep. Jose Martinez banged out 4 hits.

Blue Jays (4-9) 6 AT Red Sox (4-9) 7 – Justin Smoak and Rowdy Tellez homered to put the Jays up 5-0. The Red Sox scored 3 in the same inning and later, Mitch Moreland homered to tie it. Freddy Galvis went deep in the 8th, but Moreland tied it again with an RBI double. The Sox walked it off on a Rafael Devers single.

Mets (8-4) 6 AT Braves (7-5) 3 ­­– Pete Alonso and Ahmed Rosario homered to lift the Mets. Alonso’s was an absolute bomb. Rosario ended up with 4 RBI. Steven Matz gave up 2 runs in 6 innings. Ronald Acuna tripled and homered. The Braves extended Ozzie Albies through 2025 for $35 million with 2 club option years.

Pirates (6-5) 0 AT Cubs (4-8) 2 – Jose Quintana punched out 11 batters in 7 scoreless. The game was scoreless until the Cubs broke through in the 7th.

Padres (9-5) 7 AT Diamondbacks (6-7) 6 – Austin Hedges hit a 3-run shot in the 6th to give the Padres a 6-1 lead. The D-backs scored 5 of their own in the 7th thanks to an Eduardo Escobar 3-run homer. Manuel Margot decided the game with a blast in the 8th.

Rockies (3-10) 0 AT Giants (5-9) 1 – Jon Gray pitched into the 7th but took the loss. Jeff Samardzija pitched 7 scoreless and Kevin Pillar’s solo shot was the only offense of the game. The Rockies were held to just 3 hits as their rough start to the year continued.

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