Adulis Garcia and Willie Calhoun Hitting the house manages to help Rangers de Texas To stop a streak of six-game losing streak with a win on Monday 5-2 over the New York Yankees, Denial Gerrit Cole The chance to become the first six-match winner of the Major League Soccer.
Cole (5-2) He allowed five runs and seven hits, his highest in the seasonAnd he left the match after Garcia advanced from sixth place with one solid song to Stade 89 from the right. He hit Cole seven times but walked twice as well after not walking in his previous five starts.
Garcia’s eleventh home race It was a heavy blow to the other side to open up the second half and was the first of three consecutive strikes for Texas base extra. David Dahl and Isia Kenner-Valiva followed them with my husband, leaving the Rangers a 2-1 lead. Garcia stole the scoreboard, part of a double double bluff in the sixth game to extend the lead to 5–1.
Rangers, from They just concluded their first round of at least six games without scoring a single win for the first time since 1991, They haven’t won since their last home match, on May 9 against Seattle.
Jordan Lyles (2-3) He hit six enemies in six innings to claim his first victory in eight matches since winning his first game of the season on April 4.. Three of the top four hitters for the Yankees singles, and Geo Urchila’s hit gave them a 1–0 lead. But then, only one player managed to skip the starting line-up against the right winger in Texas.
Ian Kennedy retired in the order in the ninth game In order to repel him for the eleventh in the most number of chances, topping the MLS.
The Lock Voight’s first home run this season was a solo slam tournament In the eighth inning of the Yankees.
Calhoun, from Double shot to open the firstAnd he hit his fifth game at home in the fifth.
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