Daily Recap 5/18/2018
Torres have a rough time in the field as the Yankees fall in Kansas City.
Charlie Morton tosses seven strong innings against a cold Cleveland offense as Houston wins.
Jesus Anguilar homers twice as Detroit defeats the Twins.
White Sox 5
Shin-Soo Choo smashes a grand slam catapulting the Rangers to a victory in Chicago.
Dustin Fowler, former Yankees prospect, hit his first career home run and the A’s are now above .500 on the season.
Franchy Cordero hammered a clutch two out RBI to give the Friars the lead in Pittsburgh and Eric Hosmer continues to build upon a strong series opener in the Steel City.
Both Michael Fulmer and Felix Hernandez were unremarkable, and the Mariners got the win thanks to Ben Gamel’s bat. By the way, Jean Segura is hitting .311 on the season.
Mike Trout hit his 13th home run of the season but it was not enough to overcome yet another strong start from Blake Snell and two Wilson Ramos homers.
Michael Wacha was strong through six innings and Jake Arrieta was bounced after just three as the Cards laid waste to the Phillies. Jose Martinez drove in five for St. Louis and Odubel Herrera got on base again for the Phils.
Ian Desmond finally showed some signs of life for the Rockies, taking “Dutch Oven” Holland deep in the 4th in this win over San Francisco.
Straily silences the Braves offense as the Fsh squeak out a victory.
DeGrom fans 13 and the Mets get a big win in the desert.
Lester shines through the rain clouds as the Cubs dominate the Reds in the Queen City.
Red Sox 4
Mookie Betts’ three hit night wasn’t enough to make up for another poor Pomeranz performance.