MLB roundup: D-backs snap 17-game losing streak – Reuters

2021-06-22 07:13:10 GMT +00:00 – Merrill Kelly tossed 7 strong innings and the Arizona Diamondbacks snapped their franchise-record, 17-game losing streak with a 5-1 win over the Milwaukee Brewers on Monday in Phoenix.
Kelly (3-7) enabled one operate on 5 hits with 5 strikeouts for Arizona, which had lost 31 of its previous 33 video games.
Ketel Marte contributed two hits, an RBI and a run as the Diamondbacks recorded their very first success since June 1.
Milwaukee was held to 5 hits and lost for the 6th time in its previous 8 games.
Padres 6, Dodgers 2
Yu Darvish made a piece of strikeout history and Manny Machado and Jake Cronenworth each had a homer and three RBIs for host San Diego in a win over Los Angeles.
Darvish, who quit one run in 6 innings, reached the 1,500-strikeout plateau for his career, accomplishing the milestone quicker than any other pitcher in big league history. He got there in 197 games and in 1,216 1/3 innings when he set out Steven Souza Jr. for his 11th and final strikeout of the night.
Earlier, Darvish fanned 7 consecutive Dodgers, a sequence that ended when Mookie Betts homered for Los Angeles first hit with 2 outs in the third inning, reducing the Padres cause 4-1.
Astros 10, Orioles 2
Jake Odorizzi and Cristian Javier integrated to bring a no-hitter into the eighth inning and Yordan Alvarez hit a three-run homer as Houston extended its winning streak to eight video games with a triumph at Baltimore.
The Astros have actually won 12 of their past 14 video games while the Orioles have actually dropped 11 of their previous 12 contests.
Odorizzi (2-3) set out nine in 5 hitless innings and quit only a fifth-inning walk to DJ Stewart. Javier followed with two best innings. Brandon Bielak entered in the eighth and lost the no-hitter when Maikel Franco hit a two-run homer with one out.
Mets 4, Braves 2 (Game 1).
Jacob deGrom continued his historical start to the season, permitting one hit over 5 scoreless innings as host New York beat Atlanta in the opener of a doubleheader.
Dominic Smith laced what showed to be the decisive three-run double in the fifth for the Mets. deGrom (7-20) walked two and struck out 6 while reducing his ERA to 0.50. He is the very first pitcher in baseball history to allow one earned run or fewer in 12 successive starts.
Ozzie Albies struck a two-run homer for the Braves. Atlantas Kyle Muller made his very first profession start, and he allowed one work on one hit in four innings.

Jun 21, 2021; Phoenix, Arizona, USA; Arizona Diamondbacks beginning pitcher Merrill Kelly (29) throws against the Milwaukee Brewers in the first inning at Chase Field. Necessary Credit: Rick Scuteri-USA TODAY Sports.
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Odorizzi (2-3) struck out 9 in five hitless innings and provided up only a fifth-inning walk to DJ Stewart. Javier followed with two best innings. Brandon Bielak went into in the eighth and lost the no-hitter when Maikel Franco struck a two-run homer with one out.
He is the very first pitcher in baseball history to permit one earned run or less in 12 consecutive starts.
Kyle Gibson (5-0) tossed 5 1/3 strong innings to assist the Rangers snap a six-game losing skid.

Braves 1, Mets 0 (Game 2).
Ronald Acuna Jr. homered for the lone run in a split-salvaging 2nd video game of a doubleheader, as his fifth-inning shot lifted visiting Atlanta over New York.
Braves starter Ian Anderson (5-3) allowed three hits and one walk while starting out 5 over 5 1/3 innings.
Will Smith earned his 14th save in eventful style by entering and out of a bases-loaded jam in the seventh. Smith got Kevin Pillar to line out sharply to third for the second out before retiring pinch hitter Brandon Drury on a popup.
Twins 7, Reds 5 (12 innings).
Miguel Sano struck a two-run homer with one out in the bottom of the 12th inning to lift Minnesota past Cincinnati in Minneapolis.
Sano socked a 3-1 slider from Heath Hembree (1-3) for his 14th homer of the season. He drove in Andrelton Simmons, who started the inning as the designated runner, and likewise ended the longest video game in the majors this season (5 hours, 14 minutes).
Nelson Cruz homered, Max Kepler and Alex Kirilloff each had 2 hits and 2 walks and Luis Arraez and Sano had 2 hits and two RBIs each for the Twins. The Reds got two-run homers from Eugenio Suarez and Aristides Aquino, and Jonathan India had three hits.
Indians 4, Cubs 0.
Bobby Bradley and Josh Naylor homered and 5 Cleveland pitchers combined for a six-hit shutout at Chicago.
The Indians also managed just 6 hits however benefited from the long ball to win for the 6th time in the past 8 games. The Cubs have actually lost 6 of eight, scoring 3 runs or less in each video game throughout that period.
Indians right-hander Aaron Civale left the game one out shy of getting approved for his major-league-best 11th win, leaving due to an injury to the middle finger on his pitching hand. Bryan Shaw (2-2) tossed 1 1/3 innings for the win.
Rangers 8, Athletics 3.
Andy Ibanez and Jose Trevino each belted a three-run homer to raise Texas to a success over Oakland in Arlington, Texas.
Adolis Garcia and Nate Lowe hit RBI doubles as part of a five-run first inning for Texas.
Kyle Gibson (5-0) tossed 5 1/3 strong innings to help the Rangers snap a six-game losing skid. The win was Texas fourth in its past 23 contests. The As lost their 3rd in a row after a seven-game winning streak.
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