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Shohei Ohtani Has Another Record Night: MLB Recap

 Nick Martin - World Baseball Network  |    Jun 27th, 2024 11:06am EDT

Shohei Ohtani breaks another record, the Subway Series ends in a slaughter, and everything else you missed in an action-packed night in the MLB.

Here’s one thing from each game.

Mariners 5 Rays 1  

  • George Kirby pitched six innings, striking out seven and allowing one run. In the sixth, Cal Raleigh hit a three-run homer that gave Seattle the lead. 

Phillies 6 Tigers 2 

  • Brandon Marsh had four hits and four RBIs to lead the charge for the Phillies. The Tigers only amassed four hits on Phillies pitchers. 

Pirates 6 Reds 1 

  • The Pirates got two home runs from Andrew McCutchen and Rowdy Tellez to help them past Cincinnati. Pirates starter Luis Ortiz struck out seven and allowed one run through six innings. 

Braves 6 Cardinals 1 

  • The Braves scored four in the second inning, then shut down the Cardinals offense to secure the win. Jarred Kelenic went three for five with a home run. 

Astros 7 Rockies 1 

  • Spencer Arrighetti struck out a season-high ten hitters and allowed zero runs in seven full innings. Jose Altuve and Yainer Diaz both drove in two runs.

Royals 5 Marlins 1 

  • The Royals scored five in the eighth to complete the rally against Miami. A Salvador Perez double proved to be the winning run in the game.

Brewers 6 Rangers 5 

  • A pinch-hit single from Andruw Monasterio walked off the Rangers in the tenth. The Brewers got home runs from Bauers and Chourio to give the offense a push. 

Angels 5 A’s 2  

  • A five-run sixth inning from the Angels helped them beat the A’s. Zachary Neto drove in three runs on two hits for the Halos.

Padres 8 Nationals 5  

  • Kyle Higashioka hit two home runs, including the first grand slam of his career. The Nats scored five in the ninth, but it wasn’t enough.

Orioles 4 Guardians 2 

  • Cedric Mullins hit a go-ahead solo homer in the seventh to give the O’s a one-run lead before Ryan O’Hearn went yard to extend the lead to two. Grayson Rodriguez allowed two runs on five hits to snap the Guardians seven game win streak.

Mets 12 Yankees 2 

  • The Mets trounced the Yankees and swept the two-game Subway Series. Three Mets went deep, and the team collected twelve hits. Sean Manaea walked five batters but didn’t allow a run in five innings. 

Cardinals 4 Braves 1  

  • The Cardinals won game two of the double header thanks to six innings of two-hit ball and eight strikeouts from Matthew Liberatore. St. Louis used a pair of two-run innings to top the Braves.

Dodgers 4 White Sox 0

  • Shohei hit another home run to start the game, his second straight with a lead-off HR and sets a new career high with ten games straight with an RBI and a new Dodgers franchise record. Gavin Stone pitched a complete game shutout, allowing just four hits.

Twins 8 Diamondbacks 3 

  • The Twins scored fourteen hits, including three from Corea, Santana, and Miranda. Minnesota’s pitching held the Diamondbacks to just four hits. 

Giants 4 Cubs 3 

  • Luis Matos hit a home run in the fifth that would be the winning run for San Francisco. The Cubs outhit the Giants but fell 

Photo Credit: Shohei Ohtani #17 of the Los Angeles Dodgers acknowledges fans. (Photo by Justin Casterline/Getty Images)

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