MLB Scores & Standings

Posted on 9 Aug, 2016, by in MLB

Brandon Crawford 7 hits

The Seattle Mariners keep winning (4 in a row), this time shutting out the Detroit Tigers, the Toronto Blue Jays are tied with the Baltimore Orioles again, and Brandon Crawford won a marathon for the San Francisco Giants with something that hasn’t happened in over 40 years: Seven hits in one game.

Tampa Bay Rays 5  Toronto Blue Jays 7: Once again tied with the Orioles, the Blue Jays rely on a home run by Edwin Encarnacion and four hits from Devon Travis, not letting a bad day for R.A. Dickey ruin the win.

San Francisco Giants 8  Miami Marlins 7: Brandon Crawford had 7 hits, the first it’s happened in 41 years, which resulted in a couple of RBIs, just like Buster Posey and Brandon Belt. Joe Panik ended up getting walked four times, with Crawford hitting a single in the 14th inning that won the game.

Atlanta Braves 4  Milwaukee Brewers 3: Nick Markakis and A.J. Pierzynski hit home runs, but Matt Kemp scoring on a dropped sac fly by Keon Broxton won them the game in the 12th inning.

Houston Astros 1  Minnesota Twins 3: Tyler Duffey had 8 strikeouts in six innings, and a three-hit day for Eddie Rosario, including a run, helped beat the Astros, losing for the third time in a row.

Cincinnati Reds 4  St. Louis Cardinals 5: The Reds had a 4-0 lead in the 3rd inning, but the Cardinals surged in the 9th inning, with Matt Carpenter starting the comeback, and a Yadier Molina HBP with the bases loaded won the game.

Texas Rangers 4  Colorado Rockies 3: The Rangers were trailing by two runs heading into the 9th inning, but a two-RBI single by Elvis Andrus tied the game, and a double by Mitch Moreland won it, with the help of Jake Diekman’s save.

Baltimore Orioles 2  Oakland Athletics 3: A loss that once again erases the lead the Orioles had at the top of the AL East. Stephen Vogt hit a home run and an RBI single, Billy Butler had a couple of hits and an RBI, and a Manny Machado home run in the 8th inning wasn’t enough.

Detroit Tigers 0  Seattle Mariners 3: The Mariners keep streaking, with Hisashi Iwakuma striking out 8 in 7 innings, while Kyle Seager, Mike Zunino and Guillermo Heredia delivered the necessary RBIs with a 4th straight win for the Mariners.

Philadelphia Phillies 4  Los Angeles Dodgers 9: Julio Urias did a good job in 5 innings of work, Corey Seager hit a couple of home runs, Chase Utley added a solo and so did Yasmani Grandal, as the Dodgers stay one game behind the Giants.

American League Standings

American League EastWLPct.GBHomeRoad
Baltimore Orioles63480.56839–1724–31
Toronto Blue Jays64490.56633–2431–25
Boston Red Sox60500.54534–2526–25
New York Yankees56550.505732–2424–31
Tampa Bay Rays45660.4051825–3420–32
Cleveland Indians62470.56931–2031–27
Detroit Tigers61510.54533–2128–30
Chicago White Sox53580.4771029–2624–32
Kansas City Royals53580.4771034–2019–38
Minnesota Twins45660.4051824–3221–34
Texas Rangers66470.58434–1732–30
Seattle Mariners58530.523731–2527–28
Houston Astros57550.50934–2623–29
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim49620.4411626–2923–33
Oakland Athletics49630.43816½25–3224–31

National League Standings

National League EastWLPct.GBHomeRoad
Washington Nationals66450.59533–2133–24
Miami Marlins59530.52729–2530–28
New York Mets57540.514929–2628–28
Philadelphia Phillies52620.45615½25–2927–33
Atlanta Braves42700.37524½18–3924–31
Chicago Cubs69410.62737–1732–24
St. Louis Cardinals59530.5271127–3232–21
Pittsburgh Pirates55540.50513½31–2424–30
Milwaukee Brewers49610.4452030–2619–35
Cincinnati Reds45660.40524½26–2919–37
San Francisco Giants64480.57132–2132–27
Los Angeles Dodgers63490.562136–2127–28
Colorado Rockies55570.491928–2827–29
San Diego Padres48620.4361527–2921–33
Arizona Diamondbacks45660.40518½19–3926–27