MLB Standings & Scores

Posted on 29 Apr, 2016, by in MLB

Jake Arrieta Cubs

In a less busy than usual night of Baseball, the Chicago Cubs won their third game in a row as Jake Arrieta continues to look untouchable, the Baltimore Orioles finally stopped the Chicago White Sox and the Philadelphia Phillies completed a surprising sweep of the Washington Nationals, shutting them out for the second time in the series.

Milwaukee Brewers 2  Chicago Cubs 7: A day late due to bad weather, Jake Arrieta get win number five this season (5-0, 1.00 ERA) as he struck out six batters in five innings. Taylor Jungmann, on the other end of that spectrum, is now 0-4 with a 9.15 ERA. Ben Zobrist (2-for-5) had two RBIs and David Ross, the Cubs catcher, hit his second home run of the season.

Oakland Athletics 3  Detroit Tigers 7: Anibal Sanchez struck out nine in less than six innings to pick up his third win this season while Anthony Gose hit a two-run homer and Ian Kinsler made it to 13 RBIs this season for the Tigers off of a third inning double.

Philadelphia Phillies 3  Washington Nationals 0: The Phillies complete a sweep of the Nationals with another shutout. Aaron Nola struck out 7 in 7 innings, while Tanner Roark had a strong start for Washington too. It all came down to the ninth inning, as a double by Cameron Rupp scored two, a David Lough infield single added another RBI and Jeanmar Gomez closed things up for the 7th time this season with a save.

Chicago White Sox 2  Baltimore Orioles 10: The White Sox lose after six straight wins, as John Danks got pummeled in his start. Chris David, Mike Trumbo and Manny Machado all hit home runs and the Orioles were 15-for-38 with four walks on the day.

Atlanta Braves 5  Boston Red Sox 3: The Braves finally get some offense going, as Mallex Smith got a couple of RBIs and Nick Markakis added three of his own (19 this season) with a couple of singles early in the game.

St. Louis Cardinals 0  Arizona Diamondbacks 3: Rubby De La Rosa struck out 10 batters and gave up just two hits in seven innings to dominate the inconsistent Cardinals, while home runs from Chris Herrmann and Brandon Drury provided the offense.

Miami Marlins 5  Los Angeles Dodgers 3: Dee Gordon played his final game for the Marlins before an 80-game suspension kicks in (still can appeal) for PED use. In the game itself, Jose Fernandez picks up win number two (2-2, 4.08 ERA) with eight k’s in six innings. Gordon himself had an RBI, while Giancarlo Stanton hit his 7th home run of the season.

American League Standings

AL EastWLPct.GBHomeRoad
Baltimore Orioles1380.6198–15–7
Boston Red Sox12100.5455–77–3
Tampa Bay Rays10110.47637–63–5
Toronto Blue Jays10130.43545–75–6
New York Yankees8120.4005–73–5
WLPct.GBHomeRoad
Chicago White Sox1670.6966–310–4
Kansas City Royals1290.57138–34–6
Cleveland Indians1090.52643–57–4
Detroit Tigers11100.52445–66–4
Minnesota Twins7150.3186–51–10
WLPct.GBHomeRoad
Texas Rangers12100.5458–44–6
Seattle Mariners11100.524½3–68–4
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim11110.50016–65–5
Oakland Athletics11120.4783–78–5
Houston Astros7150.31854–63–9

National League Standings

NL EastWLPct.GBHomeRoad
Washington Nationals1470.6678–46–3
New York Mets1370.650½5–48–3
Philadelphia Phillies12100.5455–57–5
Miami Marlins10110.47642–78–4
Atlanta Braves5170.2271–124–5
WLPct.GBHomeRoad
Chicago Cubs1650.7626–210–3
Pittsburgh Pirates1390.5915–38–6
St. Louis Cardinals12100.5455–47–6
Cincinnati Reds9130.4098–51–8
Milwaukee Brewers8130.38185–63–7
WLPct.GBHomeRoad
Los Angeles Dodgers12110.5224–68–5
San Francisco Giants12110.5228–64–5
Arizona Diamondbacks12120.500½5–97–3
Colorado Rockies9120.42924–85–4
San Diego Padres7150.3184–83–7
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