MLB Scores & Standings

Chris Davis

The Texas Rangers get back to winning thanks to some home runs, the Baltimore Orioles extend the longest winning streak in Baseball thanks to Chris Davis, and the New York Yankees are trying to make up for their slow start to the season with another win.

Houston Astros 3  Texas Rangers 5: The Rangers win despite the Astros scoring two early runs, as Prince Fielder and Rougned Odor bang two home runs. Matt Bush was the most impressive of the bullpen troupe, striking out three in his appearance.

Pittsburgh Pirates 5  Colorado Rockies 11: Surprisingly, just one home runs for the Rockies in their big win (from DJ LeMahieu). Justin Blackmon, Mike Arenado and Ryan Raburn had two or more RBIs each, including three for LeMahieu.

Los Angeles Angels 3  New York Yankees 6: The Yankees win four in a row, making it finally to .500. Ivan Nova struck out five in 6.1 innings while the Betances-Miller-Chapman group had their usual strong finish. Both Carlos Beltran and Alex Rodriguez had 2 RBIs.

Baltimore Orioles 6  Toronto Blue Jays 5: The hottest team in Baseball right now keeps winning, this time on a sacrifice fly by Chris Davis in the ninth, who also hit the home run on his previous at-bat to tie the game.

St. Louis Cardinals 3  Cincinnati Reds 2: Adam Wainwright struck out nine in six innings, but the win went to the bullpen, while a Yadier Molina single in the 8th completed the comeback from two Reds runs in the first.

Washington Nationals 1  Chicago White Sox 3: The Sox end a five-game losing streak thanks to three runs in the first inning, and Miguel Gonzalez winning his first start of the season.

New York Mets 5  Milwaukee Brewers 2: Bartolo Colon was hit 8 times and struck out just two batters and still got the win after 7 innings, with Curtis Granderson hitting home run number 11 of the season and Kevin Plawecki getting a couple of RBIs.

Miami Marlins 10  Minnesota Twins 3: A blast for the Marlins, including pinch-hitting home run from Chris Johnson and Marcell Ozuna getting four hits, finishing with three RBIs.

Cleveland Indians 5  Seattle Mariners 3: The Mariners had three home runs, including two for Robinson Cano. It wasn’t enough, mostly thanks to a Tyler Naquin two-run homer.

American League Standings

American League East W L Pct. GB Home Road
Baltimore Orioles 36 23 0.610 24–11 12–12
Boston Red Sox 34 25 0.576 2 19–12 15–13
Toronto Blue Jays 32 30 0.516 14–15 18–15
New York Yankees 30 30 0.500 17–12 13–18
Tampa Bay Rays 27 31 0.466 11–15 16–16
W L Pct. GB Home Road
Cleveland Indians 33 26 0.559 17–12 16–14
Detroit Tigers 30 28 0.517 17–12 13–16
Kansas City Royals 30 29 0.508 3 19–7 11–22
Chicago White Sox 30 30 0.500 14–14 16–16
Minnesota Twins 18 41 0.305 15 11–19 7–22
W L Pct. GB Home Road
Texas Rangers 37 23 0.617 24–10 13–13
Seattle Mariners 33 27 0.550 4 14–16 19–11
Houston Astros 29 33 0.468 9 17–14 12–19
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 26 34 0.433 11 12–17 14–17
Oakland Athletics 25 34 0.424 11½ 13–16 12–18

National League Standings

National League East W L Pct. GB Home Road
Washington Nationals 36 24 0.600 15–11 21–13
New York Mets 33 26 0.559 15–12 18–14
Miami Marlins 31 29 0.517 5 14–16 17–13
Philadelphia Phillies 29 31 0.483 7 16–16 13–15
Atlanta Braves 17 42 0.288 18½ 6–23 11–19
W L Pct. GB Home Road
Chicago Cubs 41 17 0.707 22–8 19–9
Pittsburgh Pirates 32 28 0.533 10 18–12 14–16
St. Louis Cardinals 32 28 0.533 10 15–16 17–12
Milwaukee Brewers 28 32 0.467 14 17–16 11–16
Cincinnati Reds 22 38 0.367 20 15–18 7–20
W L Pct. GB Home Road
San Francisco Giants 36 25 0.590 17–12 19–13
Los Angeles Dodgers 32 29 0.525 4 17–14 15–15
Colorado Rockies 28 32 0.467 11–15 17–17
Arizona Diamondbacks 26 36 0.419 10½ 10–22 16–14
San Diego Padres 25 36 0.410 11 15–18 10–18
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