Month: May 2018

D-backs bats come to life by Bay to halt skid

D-backs bats come to life by Bay to halt skid

The D-backs collected 12 hits as they busted out of their offensive funk at the plate and snapped a seven-game losing streak with a 7-1 win over the A’s on Friday night at Oakland Coliseum. Nick Ahmed homered in the win, as Patrick Corbin went seven innings, allowing just one run while striking out seven en route to his fifth win.
D-backs bats come to life by Bay to halt skid
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Stripling fans 10 Padres as Dodgers stay hot

Stripling fans 10 Padres as Dodgers stay hot

Ross Stripling struck out a career-high 10 and got home runs from Matt Kemp and Enrique Hernandez as the Dodgers topped the Padres, 4-1, on Friday night at Dodger Stadium for their seventh win in their last eight games. In a losing effort, Clayton Richard turned in his fourth straight start of at least six innings for San Diego.
Stripling fans 10 Padres as Dodgers stay hot
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Paxton racks up 11 K's as Mariners nip Twins

Paxton racks up 11 K's as Mariners nip Twins

James Paxton continued his masterful May for the Mariners on Friday, firing seven innings of one-run ball as Seattle topped the Twins, 2-1, in the series opener at Safeco Field. The big lefty held Minnesota to three hits with 11 strikeouts and no walks in a 103-pitch gem, putting his season record at 4-1 with a 3.10 ERA.
Paxton racks up 11 K's as Mariners nip Twins
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Cards prospect Reyes dominates in final rehab start

Cards prospect Reyes dominates in final rehab start

More than 15 months removed from Tommy John surgery, Reyes’ return to the big league rotation had been scheduled for next week, no matter how he performed for Triple-A Memphis. Then, he went and struck out 13 batters — including nine in a row during the middle innings — in a 7-4 win over the Oklahoma City Dodgers.
Cards prospect Reyes dominates in final rehab start
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