Newcomer Beau Brieske pitched up to the sixth inning and scored his maiden Major League Baseball win, Victor Reyes scored three wins in his first game since injury, and the Detroit Tigers defeated the Toronto Blue Jays 3-1 on Saturday.
Starting a ninth game, the 24-year-old (1-5) conceded seven hits and didn’t walk into the innings by five and two-thirds.
“I’ve been waiting for this for a long time,” Brieske said. To finally be on the side of the winners. “
The Queen City club scored 10 points in the series opener on Friday. Brieske knew he couldn’t throw hard.
“I wanted to compete with their aggression,” Brieske said. They were very aggressive and didn’t miss a chance yesterday. My plan was to get here, go on the offensive and put pressure on them. “
Gregory Soto picked up his 13th save of the season.
Reyes and Haase each drove at a run and crossed home plate in turn.
Reyes returned to training after being on the short-term injury list for a quadriceps injury.
Considered the best potential customer of the Blue Jays, catcher Gabriel Moreno played his first game in MLB. Moreno, called up on Saturday from the minor leagues, scored on four occasions.
“It’s always good to see your first shot and it’s even more impressive when someone throws a ball at 100mph and hits an arrow in the center of the pitch,” noted Jays manager Charlie Montoyo. “It was quite nice to see him. “
Moreno chose to wear the number 55 in honor of his Quebec counterpart Russell Martin.
George Springer’s single in the ninth inning ruined the Tigers’ close.
Jays owner Kevin Gausman (5-5) conceded two points and six hits in six innings. He also knocked out four hitters.
The Tigers took the lead in the first inning on a single from Harold Castro. Haase scored 2-0 in the fourth set considering a triple.
Haase opened the seventh inning with a double and home plate cross thanks to Reyes’ single.
Blue Jays right-footed Ross Stripling (2-1, 3.65 ERA) will get his seventh start to the season on Sunday. He will cross swords with Tigers southpaw Tarik Skubal (5-2, 2.33 average earned).
Bull behind the Mariners victory
Abraham Toro scored a single draw in the lower ninth inning with a two-point count and two hits to push JP Crawford to the pot. Dylan Moore then hit a single in the middle of the pitch that sent Sam Haggerty home to complete the Mariners comeback.
In the seventh Toro equalized at 5-5 with a brace that also pushes Crawford to complete the lap. Bobby Dalbec sent the Red Sox back to the lead at the top of the ninth inning with a solo homer, but the Mariners had some magic in store.
A sad record for Swarmer
Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Matt Swarmer equalized a record Saturday night by forgoing six solo homers at the New York Yankees before retiring after five innings.
Swarmer, 28, is the second pitcher in MLB history – and the first since 1932 – to score six solo home runs in a single game. He is the tenth pitcher to give up six home runs in a single game and the first Cub since 1884.
Aaron Judge was the author of two long balls. It is the seventh time this season that judge and teammate Giancarlo Stanton have scored in the same match, the most of two teammates this season.
In the fourth round, Giancarlo hit the strongest slap of the season (119.8 mph).
Swarmer was making his third major league start.
Fans are calling for La Russa’s firing in Chicago
The Chicago White Sox squandered a 5-point lead and lost 11-9 to the Texas Rangers in the 10th inning.
Fans shouted “Fire Tony” to demand the firing of Sox manager Tony La Russa at Guaranteed Rate Field.
The White Sox won All-American Central last season but are currently 27-30. They have lost three of their last four fights.
The 77-year-old man does not say he is impressed by these observations, although he is aware that he is responsible for the fate of his troop.
“I appreciate that they want us to be successful. And when we don’t win, they’re not happy. “
“I have never renounced my responsibilities in the past and I will not even start. “
In the win, Adolis Garcia scored a three-point homer in the fifth inning.
On the other hand, Jake Burger scored a two-point homer in the fourth.
Elsewhere in America:
Rays 5 – Gemini 6
TB: Shane Baz has given up five points in two innings and a third on his return from the injury list
MIN: Luis Arraez scored a grand slam in the third set
Orioles 6 – Royal 4
BAL: Tyler Nevin scored a three-point homer in the sixth inning
KC: Salvador Pérez drove at a run with two hits
Athletics 10 – Guardians 5
OAK: As chained four home runs in the seventh, eight and ninth inning
CLE: Oscar Gonzalez ended the evening with three out of four hits to the bats
Marlins 5 – Astros 1
MIA: Jon Berti drove in two runs with a single and a ball on the ground
HOU: Jose Altuve led in the only run for his team with a brace in the fifth inning
Mets 6 – Angels 11
NYM: Khalil Lee scored a three-point homer in the ninth as a pinch-hitter
LAA: Mike Trout hit two homers and drove in three RBI on his return to play