MLB Recap June 19th, 2018

Rangers 4

Royals 1

Cole Hamels increased his trade value with seven shutout innings and Delino DeShields Jr. drove in a pair of Rangers.

Tigers 5

Reds 9

Sal Romano blanked the Tigers through seven and Joey Votto hit a grand slam off of Matt Boyd.

White Sox 3

Indians 6

Mike Clevinger struck out ten through 7.2 innings and the whole lineup contributed for the win.

Braves 11

Blue Jays 4

The bottom half of the Baby Braves lineup brought the bats out as Suzuki, Culberson, Inciarte, and Camargo all had big nights, and Camargo punctuated his evening with a grand slam.

Brewers 3

Pirates 2

Jesus Aguilar drove home three and that was enough for the Brew Crew to subdue the Pirates.

Cardinals 7

Phillies 6

Matt Carpenter’s bat is certainly coming back to life as he was responsible for three Cardinals RBI in this back and forth game with the Phils.

Orioles 7

Nationals 9

The MASN rivalry continues as the Nats take home the W in this high scoring affair. Kelvin Herrera made his Nationals debut and fired a clean inning.

Mariners 2

Yankees 7

Marco Gonzales got hit hard by the Yankees and took the loss as Stanton, Hicks, and Torres all contributed with big flies.

Dodgers 4

Cubs 3

Jordan Farmer won this one for the Dodgers with a clutch double in the ninth.

Dodgers 1

Cubs 2
In the nightcap, an Albert Almora Jr. single drove home Kris Bryant to break up a 1-1 tie.

Marlins 3

Giants 6

Dereck Rodriguez gained his second win in this drama filled battle, and both Lew Brinson and Buster Posey were hit by pitches.

Athletics 4

Padres 2

A two run Jed Lowrie home run in the tenth was the difference maker in this one, and Blake Treinen shut the door in the home half of the inning.

Diamondbacks 4

Angels 5

Matt Koch got rocked and Paul Goldschmidt hit yet another home run, but Mike Trout’s three-run single got the job done for the Halos.

Mets 8

Rockies 10

The Rockies lineup demolished Jason Vargas, and a pair of late rallies by the Mets proved to be futile.

Rays 2

Astros 1

Blake Snell matched Justin Verlander as the Rays end the Astros winning streak.

Red Sox 2

Twins 6

Chris Sale was brilliant yet again but his bats never materialized and the Twins capitalized with a huge win in this one.