SEATTLE ( Associated Press) – Carlos Santana fell 0-for-17 with a two-run homer during Seattle’s three-run seventh inning, and the Mariners rallied to beat the New York Yankees 4-3 on Wednesday .
Aaron Judge hit his major league-leading 45th homer of the season for the Yankees, who have lost eight of 10.
Thanks to two tense, one-run victories, Seattle took two out of three over New York for the second straight week to win the season series 4–2.
Kyle Higashioka pushed a two-run homer on the final pitch from Seattle starter Robbie Ray in 115th and seventh, snapped a 19-innings scoreless streak for the Yankees, and scored the judge’s longball against Penn Murphy (3-0) . This 3-1 later in the frame.
Murphy followed by retired DJ Lemahieu and Anthony Rizzo, Diego Castillo finished a perfect eighth, and Paul Seewald finished ninth for his 15th save.
Albert Abreu (2-2) dropped a change in the middle of the plate and Santana spun it out to score a goal to Mitch Hanniger.
Brewers 4, Ray 3
Milwaukee ( Associated Press) — Rowdy Tellez hit a tying homer in the ninth inning and scored a crucial defensive play in the 10th, setting up a game-ending RBI single from Willie Adams that helped Milwaukee win over Tampa Bay.
Adams had hit Christian Yelich after a deliberate run before coming 10th in his last three at-bats. His grounder from Ryan Thompson (3-3) overtook diving shortstop Taylor Walls and scored automatic runner Tyrone Taylor from second base.
At the top of 10th, first baseman Tellez fielded a Walls grounder and threw in third to cut automatic runner Francisco Mejia. Captured Victor Caratini threw up the walls in an attempt to steal the second.
Devin Williams (3-2) ended the innings with the dismissal of Jose Siri.
Tellez, who entered as a pinch-hitter in sixth, led the ninth with his 23rd homer, a drive to center Colin Poche who made it 3-3.
Mets 10, Reds 2
NEW YORK ( Associated Press) — Francisco Lindor scored three runs, set a franchise record by crossing the plate in 13 consecutive games, and New York overtook Cincinnati for their sixth straight win.
Lindor finished 2-for-3 with a second-innings walk and a two-run single that raised his RBI total to 82, the most by a Mets shortstop in 2006, matching Jose Reyes.
His run-scoring streak this season is the longest in the Majors and matches that of David Wright (July 13-29, 2008) with the longest in Mets history.
Taijuan Walker (10-3) played six solid innings. Daniel Vogelbach scored three runs in addition to the trade-deadline.
TJ Juch (0–1) lost his Reds debut, making six runs in four innings.
Padres 13, Giants 7
SAN DIEGO ( Associated Press) — Brandon Drury hit a go-forward, a three-run home run in the sixth, and Austin Nola’s two-run homer capped a seven-run rally — all with two outs — that allowed San Diego to go to San Diego. Proceeded by Francisco.
The Padres trailed 4-0, went 6-4 after Manny Machado’s two-run double ignited a six-run rally in the third, and then trailed 7-6 in the sixth. But in the bottom of the sixth came the Padres with another big rally.
Durie lined up a 1-2 pitch from Unnier Marte (0-1) with two outs in the left field seats to make it 9-7.
Robert Suarez (3-1) played 1 2/3 in relief.
Angels 5, Athletics 4
Oakland, Calif. ( Associated Press) — Magnificent Sierra hit an RBI single in the 10th inning, then doubled the run to go home in the 12th, leading Los Angeles to a three-game sweep of Oakland.
Jaime Barria (2-2) restricted A to an unearned run in three innings of relief to secure his first win since May 8.
The teams traded runs in the 10th inning, with Sierra and Ramon Loreno producing RBI singles. Austin Pruitt (0-1) dropped Sierra’s deciding double.
The Angels took a 3–0 lead in seventh place of the year on a three-run homer by Luis Rengifo in the sixth.
Cubs 4, Citizens 2
CHICAGO ( Associated Press) — Nico Horner ignited a four-run rally in the seventh inning that propelled Chicago over Washington.
Horner’s seventh home run ended a shutout bid by National starter Josiah Gray.
Rookie Joy Menis returned in his third straight game for the Nationals, having lost seven of eight.
Nick Madrigal hits a single off reliever off Steve Sischek (1-3). Rafael Ortega makes a sacrificial flight off Sischek, and Ian Happ returns with an RBI single off Carl Edwards Jr.
Michael Rucker (1–1) scored a seventh to secure his first major league win. Rowan Vick finished eighth with the first tying run to Machel Franco and made his sixth save in eight chances.
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