Dominicans Rafael Devers and Danny Santana supported the work of Venezuelan Martin Perez by running at home, and the Boston Red Sox won the Philadelphia Phillies on Friday 11-3.
Perez (2-2) allowed three runs and five strokes, as well as a write-off of seven, in six runs.
The Red Sox, the leaders of the Eastern Division, have achieved three consecutive victories. Velez has lost its sixth time in eight matches and is already less than 0.500 games.
Although the Boston bats were hit 17 times by four Philadelphia shooters, they scored 11 runs.
Feliz’s first player, Aaron Nola (3-4), gave up five runs, four of them and seven, in addition to scoring nine out of five.
Nola hit the first players on the fifth stroke before she got into trouble. In the 1-2 result, Santana scored a home attack that knocked off the right pitch and made Boston 3-2. Then Mexican Alex Verdugo did the singles, J. De Martinez walked in and Zander Bogarts focused on the left side.
Third Boston player Alec Boom, teammate on the left side, Andrew McCuchin, objected when it looked like there would be a play there.
Boom Stadium left the field for second place and allowed Martinez to score, increasing Boston’s lead to 5–2.
Hunter Renfrew defeated Connor Brujdon in sixth place, 6-2.
DeVers scored two consecutive games at home against Brujdon, seventh in his twelfth career at home this season.
For the Red Sox, Dominicans Santana is 5-1, one record, one produced, the Devers 4-2, two scored twice, and three RBIs. Mexican Verdogo scored 3-3 in two rounds. Puerto Rican Enrique Hernandez 2-0, one record, Christian Vásquez 5-2, one record, and three RBIs. Venezuelans Marwin Gonzalez 4-0 and Martin Perez 3-0.
For Velez, Jean Segura 4-3, Homer one, two halves, RBIs. Venezuelans Odebel Herrera 2-0 and Ronald Torres 3-0.
Reds 9, Brewers 4
Cincinnati (AP) – Jesse Winker hit three singles players 4-4 to lead the Cincinnati Reds to a 9-4 win over the Milwaukee Brewers Friday evening.
Tyler Naquin added a three-stroke player to the Reds, who bounced back from sweeping San Francisco in a four-game streak. On Thursday, the Giants prevailed with a 19-4 strike.
Naquin started the attack with his 10th tracks at home against Adrian Houser (3-5) in the first half.
Winker hit home runs that opened the third and fifth rounds of Houser. He scored his eleventh home goal this season on the eighth, and also opened the game against Josh Lindblom.
Winker has never hit three home runs in a game. In four separate matches, he has scored twice at home, including two this year.
The last Reds player to clash with three homeowners in a match was Eugenio Suarez on September 5, 2020 in Pittsburgh.
Reds’ Jeff Hoffman won (3-3).
For beer makers, Venezuelan Omar Narvais 4-0. Mexican Luis Aurias 3-1 with one goal and one assist.
For the Reds, Venezuelan Suarez scored 3-0 with one goal.
Twins 10 Indians 0
Cleveland (AFP) Max Kepler and novice Alex Kirillov led a pair of runs in the fourth half of nine distances, which the twins rocked for two days of long trips across the country and beat the Cleveland Indians 10-0.
The twins arrived in Cleveland until 4:30 a.m., having traveled from California after a double whammy in Anaheim on Thursday. They showed no signs of tiredness and were looking to win first place in the series.
Randy Dubnac (1-3) took advantage of the Twins’ most productive run of the season and won his first outing since being called from Triple A St. Paul’s branch. The right-hand man started the season at Minnesota Bullbin before relegating on May 3.
Dobnak, who worked as an Uber driver before coming to the big companies in 2019, only allowed three runs in six rides.
Rob Refsnyder opened the Minnesota scoreboard with a home tour.
Tristone Mackenzie (1-3) helped the tired twins by pushing them four in the fourth half before coach Terry Francona pulled them off the hill. Reliever Phil Maton did not fare better, with Kepler making a double run, and Kirilloff, who came off the pre-game disable roster, led two more rounds with one for Minnesota expanding the lead to 10 runs.
The Indians also made their first mistake since May 12 – a series of 9 matches – to collaborate with the twins in the fourth inning.
The night began with an ominous tone for the twins, who dealt with injuries throughout the season. Designated Dominican hitter Nelson Cruz, had to leave the squad with a sore wrist.
For the twins, Venezuelan Luis Arees scored 4-0 in one half. Dominican Miguel Sano 4-2, single doubles with RBI.
For the Venezuelan Indians, Cesar Hernandez 3-0. Puerto Rican Eddie Rosario 4-2. Dominican Jose Ramirez 3-1, Franmel Reyes 3-0, Amed Rosario 4-0.
Citizens 4, Orioles 2
Washington (AP) – Stephen Strasbourg entered the sixth game of the match that ushered in his comeback after remaining on the handicapped list, and defeated Washington Nationals, the Baltimore Orioles 4-2 on Friday night.
Strasbourg (1-1) started their first game since April 13th. He had been sidelined by an inflammation of the right shoulder.
He made no complaints and allowed only one blow to Anthony Santander at the start of the second half. Strasbourg walked four and hit four in 5 1/3 innings.
Threw 72 shots and claimed his first regular season match since September 26, 2019.
He won two matches of the 2019 World Championships, including his sixth, to be the most valuable player.
When he left Strasbourg, 14,369 spectators applauded him at National Park. The first match played on the field was 36% full, new capacity allowed.
A full house will be possible as of June 10th.
The defeat went to Puerto Rico Jorge Lopez (1-5).
For the Orioles, Santander 4-1 Venezuela. Dominican Michael Franco 4-0. Puerto Rican Lopez 2-0.
For citizens, Dominican Juan Soto 4-2 with RBI. Starlin Castro from 3-1. Cuban Yadiel Hernandez 1-1 with a goal.