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MLB recap of August 10 in the national team: two successes for Charles Leblanc in the defeat

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PHILADELPHIA – Quebec’s Charles Leblanc scored two hits including a single on Wednesday in Philadelphia, where the Marlins were beaten 4-3 by the Phillies.

Leblanc led in his second career run in the fourth, extending Miami’s lead to 2-0. By finishing fifth, he pushed home JJ Bleday, who had earned his first big league triple.

A 26-year-old resident of Laval, Leblanc also scored a single on second base, advancing Bleday to second base. Later in the inning, Bleday scored on a Jacob Stallings single.

In 10 major league games, Leblanc stands out with an average of .429 battes (15 out of 35), including a home run.

He hit the safe in all but one of his matches on August 3 (a 0 for 3 game against the Reds in Miami). Leblanc has four doubles, four runs and a stolen base.

Sandy Alcantara (10-5) conceded four points and eight hits in seven and two third innings. The Marlins ace had conceded only one run and four wins to the Phillies after seven innings. Philly, however, orchestrated a good comeback at the end of the eighth inning to sign the seventh straight win, the twelfth in the last 13 outings.

Kyle Schwarber led the charge for the Phillies with a performance of three hits and two RBIs.

Andrew Bellatti (3-3) pitched in the eighth inning, while Seranthony Dominguez scored an eighth save.

The three-game series will conclude on Thursday afternoon and the Marlins will try to avoid the sweep.

Team record for Lindor in a Mets win

NEW YORK – Francisco Lindor scored three points when the New York Mets beat the Cincinnati Reds 10-2 on Wednesday for their sixth straight win. All these victories were scored by at least three points.

Lindor equalized a Mets record by cutting the pot for the 13th straight game. David Wright delivered the same production in 2008. It is the longest series of its kind in the majors in 2022.

Lindor scored two singles, including a two-run single that led the team 4-0 in the second inning. Daniel Vogelbach provided a double to two runs and a single to a run for three more RBIs. Tyler Naquin scored one goal and Pete Alonso scored three shots. Vogelbach and Naquin were acquired in exchanges at the end of July.

“Management has done a great job of finding guys who will help us win,” Lindor said.

Taijuan Walker (10-3) conceded two runs and five hits in six innings, knocking out five batters. TJ Zeuch (0-1) gave up six points and six hits in four innings and lost.

“The Mets were already very strong,” said Reds manager David Bell. And these days, everything works like clockwork for them. “

The Mets have the second-best record in major league baseball (73-39). They will face the Phillies from Friday to Sunday at Citi Field. The starting pitchers on Friday will be Ranger Suarez and Max Scherzer.

Elsewhere in the national team

Spokes 3 – Brewers 4 (10 innings)

VG : Yu Chang and Randy Arozarena hit long balls

MIL : Willy Adames played shero with a single in the 10th inning

National 2 – Puppies 4

WAS : Joey Meneses scored his fourth homer of the season

HCC : Great performance from Justin Steele, who knocked out nine hitters in six working innings

Giants 7 – Padres 13

SF: Three wins, including a home run, for JD Davis
SD: Brandon Drury led in four runs, including three on a long ball in the sixth inning

Cardinals 9 – Rocky Mountains 5

STL : game of four successes each for Albert Pujols and Paul DeJong

COLLAR : CJ Cron scored his 80th point of the season in defeat

Pirates 6 – Diamondback 4

THE PIT : Three RBI for Ben Gamel
ARI: two valid and two points scored for Alek Thomas

Gemini 5 – Dodgers 8
MIN: Luis Arraez scored three wins, including two doubles, as well as scoring two points
LAD: Joey Gallo made the difference with a three-point homer, the first in the Dodgers uniform

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