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Phillies Trounce the Dodgers: One Thing From Each MLB Game

 Nick Martin - World Baseball Network  |    Jul 10th, 2024 9:10am EDT

As the MLB season prepares for the All-Star break, an action-packed night around the league saw the Phillies trounce the Dodgers, Adolis Garcia lead the Rangers to their fifth straight win, and the Yankees continuing their slide.

One thing from each MLB game.

Cubs 9 Orioles 2  

  • Busch and Happ homered for Chicago, and Jameson Taillon allowed two runs and struck out seven through six innings. The Cubs won the first game of a seven-game road trip.

Guardians 9 Tigers 8  

  • The Guardians totaled fourteen hits to win game two of the series in Detroit. After surrendering a six-run lead, Josh Naylor and Brayan Rocchio drove in two runs in the top of the tenth to lead Cleveland to the win.

Phillies 10 Dodgers 1 

  • All-Star Zack Wheeler slowed the Dodgers’ potent offense, allowing one run on three hits in his five innings of work, but exited the game with lower back tightness. A grand slam from Trea Turner and homers from Stott and Marsh led the charge for the MLB leader in wins. The Phillies welcomed back Kyle Schwarber and Bryce Harper from injury.

Rays 5 Yankees 3 

  • A four-run first inning from Tampa Bay helped lead the Rays over the struggling Yankees. All-Star selection Issac Paredes hit a three-run homer to lead that charge. New York loses the series’ first game, their 17th loss in their last 23 games. 

Mets 7 Nationals 5 

  • Jose Quintana allowed one hit in seven shutout innings to help the Mets over Washington. Harrison Bader tallied three hits for New York.

Red Sox 12 A’s 9 

  • Red Sox starter Brayan Bello struck out a career-high 11 hitters, including getting the first ten outs of the game via strikeout, the first pitcher this season to accomplish that feat. Boston scored eight runs in the second inning to win their seventh game in the last eight. 

Astros 4 Marlins 3  

  • Alex Bregman provided three RBIs, including a tiebreaking two-run homer in the seventh inning. Houston has won seven straight at home and bounced back after dropping two straight to lose their last series in Minnesota. 

Reds 12 Rockies 6  

  • The Reds took the second straight game to start the home stand after losing three games in a row in Detroit. Rookie Rece Hinds homered in his second straight game after being called up from Triple-A on Monday. 

Pirates 12 Brewers 2 

  • Pittsburgh hit five home runs, including a grand slam from Joey Bart to power past the Brewers. The Pirates won just their 12th game in the last 42 in Milwaukee. Bart’s grand slam tied the Pirates for the most in the MLB this season with seven. 

Rangers 5 Angles 4  

  • The Rangers have won five straight thanks to an eighth-inning homer from Adolis Garcia. Texas squeezed past a struggling Angels team that has lost eight of nine.

Braves 6 Diamondbacks 2 

  • The Braves jumped out to a five-run lead and remained in the lead the entire way. Chris Sale pitched five and a third, allowing two runs to pick up his league-leading 12th win. 

Mariners 8 Padres 3 

  • Seattle got four hits from Julio Rodriguez, including a home run to beat the Padres. The Mariners won the first game of a two-game series in San Diego. 

Giants 4 Blue Jays 3 

  • Brett Wisely tied the game for San Francisco with a single in the ninth before the Giants would walk off Toronto on a wild pitch. The Blue Jays got a career-high 13 strikeouts from Yusei Kikuchi but fell short in the ninth. 

Photo Credit: Bryce Harper #3 of the Philadelphia Phillies and Shohei Ohtani #17 of the Los Angeles Dodgers look on at Citizens Bank Park. (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images)

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