Last Night in Baseball History April 18th

Scores in bold.

Diamondbacks (10-9) 4 AT Braves (9-9) 1 – The Diamondbacks finished off a sweep of the Braves in Atlanta. Luke Weaver pitched 5 scoreless innings and Christian Walker homered.

Giants (8-12) 2 AT Nationals (9-8) 4 – Patrick Corbin picked up his 1st win as a National. He pitched 7.2 innings of 1-run ball. Ryan Zimmerman and Juan Soto had RBI doubles to build the lead over San Francisco.

White Sox (7-11) 7 AT Tigers (9-9) 9 – The Tigers came alive as they had 14 hits and 9 runs. Nick Castellanos and Grayson Greiner each had 3 hits. There was plenty of late offense, in the 6th, 7th, and 8th the teams combined for 13 runs.  

Blue Jays (8-12) 7 AT Twins (9-7) 4 – Eric Sogard hit a bases clearing double in the 4th to cap off a 5-run inning. Eddie Rosario homered twice for the Twins.

Royals (7-12) 6 AT Yankees (8-10) 1 – Homer Bailey keeps pitching better and better. He gave up 1 run over 6 innings. The Royals held the Yankees to just 4 hits and had 11 of their own.

Orioles (8-12) 6 AT Rays (14-5) 5 F/11 – Joey Rickard doubled in the 11th scoring Chris Davis to give the Orioles the lead. Tommy Pham had 4 hits for the Rays. 9 of the 10 O’s who came to the plate had a hit as they racked up 15 but left 12 on base.

Dodgers (13-8) 3 AT Brewers (12-8) 1 – Cody Bellinger and Christian Yelich hit their 10th homers of the year. Julio Urias pitched 6 scoreless innings to lead LA. Max Muncy’s 2-run shot proved to be the difference in the NLCS rematch.

Phillies (11-7) 2 AT Rockies (7-12) 6 – Ryan McMahon drove in 5, he hit his 1st homer of the season in the 6th and then hit his 2nd in the 7th. Kyle Freeland was brilliant over 6 scoreless. When the Rockies Starters are pitching well this team can be unbeatable.

Mariners (14-8) 11 AT Angels (8-11) 10 – Ryon Healy homered twice and the Mariners lead was 10-2 by the 7th inning stretch. The Angels miraculously put up 7 runs in the 7th and a David Fletcher homer in the 8th tied the ball game. Jay Bruce singled in Mitch Haniger to hold off what would’ve been the most impressive comeback of the year.  

Reds (6-12) 4 AT Padres (11-9) 1 – Joey Votto led off the game with a home run. Tanner Roark won his 1st game as a Red. Tucker Barnhart and Jesse Winker also homered in the win.

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