MLB Recap June 17th, 2018

Marlins 4

Orioles 10

Trevor Richards got shelled just a little bit more than Dylan Bundy and Jace Peterson drove in four Orioles to beat Miami big.

Nationals 6

Blue Jays 8

Ryan Madson gave up two in the eight to cough up this win as Teoscar Hernandez and Yangervis Solarte took him deep back to back.

Twins 1

Indians 4

Cleveland jumped on Jake Odorizzi early and that proved to be the difference maker as Eduardo Escobar continues his torrid pace.

Padres 1

Braves 4

Julio Teheran didn’t allow a hit through six innings and although the bullpen gave up the no-no, it sealed the game.

Reds 8

Pirates 6

Gregory Polanco drove home a pair of runners to lead the Pirates; alas, it was not enough to make up for an atrocious performance from Joe Musgrove in which Scott Schebler drove home three of his own.

Rays 3

Yankees 1

Aaron Hicks provided the only pop for the Bronx Bombers but two Matt Duffy RBI spoiled a seven inning quality start for C.C. Sabathia.

Tigers 3

White Sox 1

Nick Castellanos continued an incredible season with a homer and two RBI, and Blaine Hardy outdueled “Big Game” James in Chicago.

Phillies 10

Brewers 9

Aaron Nola and Chase Anderson were both ineffective in this one, and it only became a slugfest and a nail biter thanks to Hector Neris’s uncanny ability to give up runs in bunches.

Astros 7

Royals 4

Gattis brought the bat yet again as he’s officially the hottest player in baseball at the dish, and a late rally brought the Astros yet another win during the road trip.

Rockies 12

Rangers 13

Jon Gray remains atrocious with five earned runs through five innings, and Wade Davis imploded to give the Rangers the walk-off victory.

Angels 5

Athletics 6

In this 11-inning affair, Blake Parker blew the save for the Halos and Jonathan Lucroy singled home the winning run to walk off.

Red Sox 9

Mariners 3

Eduardo Rodriguez took home his ninth W of the season as Devers, Bogaerts, and Bradley Jr. all contributed with long flies.

Giants 4

Dodgers 1

The Giants pounced on Caleb Ferguson early on, and that’s all she wrote in the City of Angels.

Mets 5

Diamondbacks 3

Brad Boxberger imploded in the ninth as the Mets take home a comeback win in the desert, keyed by a Nimmo homer and another from Asdrubal Cabrera.

Cubs 0

Cardinals 5

Jack Flaherty tossed five shutout innings and Matt Carpenter continues to heat up with another four bagger in the seventh.