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Night of Walk-offs and Upsets: One Thing from Each MLB Game

 Nick Martin - World Baseball Network  |    Jun 30th, 2024 12:17pm EDT

The MLB continues to deliver fans close games and walk-offs. Here’s everything you missed from yesterday in the MLB.  

White Sox 11 Rockies 3 

  • The White Sox hit four homers and got 12 hits to help win their third straight. Chicago’s pitching holds the Rockies to just four hits.

Reds 9 Cardinals 4 

  • Jonathon India had two hits against the Cardinals, which is good for his eighth multi-hit game in a row. Elly De La Cruz also had two hits and picked up his 40th stolen base of the year. Rookie Carson Spiers pitched six strong innings, allowing one run on three hits. 

Blue Jays 9 Yankees 3  

  • Vlad Guerrero Jr. drove in six runs, including a home run, his fourth in the last five games. Has picked up where he left off after winning WBN’s MLB International Player of the Week. Chris Bassitt struck out eight Yankee hitters and allowed one run through six innings. The Blue Jays look to win the series against New York tomorrow.

Marlins 3 Phillies 2 

  • The Marlins scored two runs in the seventh to take the lead over the Phillies. A single by Jazz Chisholm broke the tie and proved to be the winning run for Miami. Aaron Nola struck out nine and allowed three runs, picking up the loss. 

Astros 9 Mets 6 

  • The Astros came back from five down in this one to secure the win. Three-run innings in the fourth and eighth helped Houston climb on top. Alex Bregman hit a two-RBI single in the eighth to drive in the winning Astros runs. 

Diamondbacks 3 A’s 0 

  • Zac Gallen allowed one hit and struck out seven in six innings in his first game back off the injured list. Ketel Marte had a three-hit game, including an RBI single in the second, which would be all Arizona needed.

Padres 11 Red Sox 1 

  • Two home runs and five RBIs from Manny Machado led the Padres offense to another blowout of Boston. Michael King allowed one run on five hits for San Diego. 

 Guardians 7 Royals 2  

  • Jose Ramirez homered for the second straight day to lead the charge for Cleveland. Tanner Bibee pitched a solid six innings of four-hit ball, allowing two Kansas City runs. 

Cubs 5 Brewers 3   

  • A close game through the first seven innings, Ian Happ broke the tie in the eighth with a two-run shot for Chicago to pull away. The Brewers outhit the Cubs but fell short.

Braves 2 Pirates 1 

  • Paul Skenes delivered another strong start for Pittsburgh, allowing one run and striking out nine through six innings. Jarred Kelenic hit a homer in the first to open the scoring for Atlanta. Adam Duvall provided the winning run in the tenth with a walk-off single

Nationals 8 Rays 1 

  • The Nationals offense came alive to avoid their fifth straight loss. CJ Abrams doubled and went deep to contribute to Washington’s 13 hits. Jake Irvin allowed one run on one hit for the Nats.

Orioles 6 Rangers 5 

  • Heston Kjerstad hit his first career grand slam in the fifth inning to help Baltimore win. Anthony Santander also homered for the Orioles. Four deep balls from the Rangers weren’t enough to come out on top.

Dodgers 14 Giants 7  

  • Shohei hit home run number 26, good for second in the MLB, in the second to begin the offense for the Dodgers. LA scored seven in the 11th inning to pull away from the Giants and send the San Francisco crowd home stunned. The Dodgers won despite the shortest outing from Tyler Glasnow this season, pitching just three innings. 

Angels 6 Tigers 5  

  • The Angles rallied back from three down over multiple innings before a Logan O’Hoppe home run tied it in the eighth. Kevin Pillar delivered his first walk-off hit since 2018 with a single in the tenth. The Angels have won six straight. 

Twins 5 Mariners 1 

  • Bryon Buxton drove in four runs, including a three-run shot to push the Twins past Seattle. Pablo Lopez dished nine strikeouts over six innings and allowed one run.

Photo Credit:  Luis Arraez #4 of the San Diego Padres, left, greets Manny Machado #13 of the San Diego Padres at home after hitting a two-run home run during the third inning. (Photo by Jaiden Tripi/Getty Images)

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