Juan Soto cranked out a homer for the Nats in a game that started when he biding his time in the minor leagues as they get the job done in the Bronx.
The Yankees responded with a win of their own thanks to a pair of RBI from both Giancarlo Stanton and Aaron Hicks, respectively.
Aaron Altherr played hero in this ten-inning affair with a dramatic two-run double.
Jhoulys Chacin was the hard luck loser in this one as Trevor Williams outdueled him through seven shutout innings.
White Sox 2
The Tribe brought the bats to back Trevor Bauer’s dazzling seven-shutout-inning performance, and Jason Kipnis finally had a big day at the plate, going three for four with a dinger and a pair of RBI.
The Astros have now won 12 in a row thanks to an Alex Bregman double in the ninth that drove in Gonzalez and Stassi.
Adrian Beltre hit a three-run bomb that proved to be the difference maker in this one.
If only the Mets could play every game in Coors Field they might be able to get Jacob DeGrom in the win column a little bit more often as the extra altitude really got the bats going.
Zack Greinke gave up back to back homers to Upton and Pujols but was otherwise effective and Paul Goldschmidt smacked his 15th jack of the season in L.A.
Hunter Strickland blew the save in a big way and broke his hand punching a wall in frustration, sidelining himself for six to eight weeks.