And That Happened: Friday’s Scores and Highlights

The right-hander surrendered four home runs during his ninth win of the season, allowing back-to-back homers from Randal Grichuk and Paul DeJong in the third inning and another pair of consecutive homers by Dexter Fowler and Jedd Gyorko in the fourth. Fernando Rodney has a penchant for going on ridiculously effective runs before eventually blowing up. Target node has markup rendered by React, but there are unrelated nodes as well. By clicking to run this downloaded file you agree to the Microsoft Service Agreement and Privacy Statement. Standings Up to and Including this Date

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Indians 11, Tigers 2: The second Indians pitcher to match the feat? Several innings earlier, in the second, Victor Martinez put his own mark in the history books with his 2,th major league hit: Rangers 10, Angels 0: No doubt he was the first to enter the club while homering off of one knee, too.

Twins 9, Orioles 6: The Twins celebrated their acquisition of Bartolo Colon with a win on Friday, taking the first of three games from the Orioles and improving to 1. Byron Buxton turned heads with an incredible sprint from first base, clocking in at just 9. Mets 6, Cardinals 5: The right-hander surrendered four home runs during his ninth win of the season, allowing back-to-back homers from Randal Grichuk and Paul DeJong in the third inning and another pair of consecutive homers by Dexter Fowler and Jedd Gyorko in the fourth.

Rockies 12, White Sox 4: Diamondbacks 6, Reds 3: The D-backs muscled their way back from a three-game sweep at the hands of the Dodgers as they kicked off their last homestand before the All-Star break. Zack Greinke tossed seven scoreless frames with four hits, a walk and seven strikeouts — his first scoreless outing of the season — and contributed an RBI single in the win. Dodgers 4, Royals 1: Two winning streaks went head-to-head on Friday night, and one of them had to come to an end.

Mariners 7, Athletics 2: Not one to be left out of the party, Nelson Cruz hit one for the record books on Friday. Marlins 6, Giants 1: This is most commonly caused by white-space inserted around server-rendered markup.

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