Five Mets pitchers combine for Phils no-hitter

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Tylor Megill and four relievers combined for the second no-hitter in team history as the host New York Mets beat the Philadelphia Phillies 3-0 on Friday night.

Johan Santana kicked the Mets’ lone previous no-hitter on June 1, 2012, when he struck out eight in an 8-0 win over the St. Louis Cardinals.

The Mets threw 159 pitches — the most ever in nine innings without a hit — while striking out 12 and walking six. It was the first no-hitter this season in the majors.

Megill threw 88 pitches in five innings. He delivered two of his three walks to Kyle Schwarber and struck out five, but was pulled due to multiple long counts.

Drew Smith, Joely Rodriguez, Seth Lugo and Edwin Diaz completed the no-hitter, with Diaz knocking out Bryce Harper, Nick Castellanos and JT Realmuto in the ninth for his fourth save in five chances to finish the 17th combined no-hitter in franchise history. major leagues.

Astros 11, Blue Jays 7

Alex Bregman, Jeremy Pena and Yordan Alvarez hit home runs and Houston fought their way past host Toronto.

Pena and Alvarez homered in the Astros’ five-run sixth inning to extend their tenuous 5-4 lead. Bregman and Alvarez scored three times each, and Alvarez and Yuli Gurriel scored three hits each. Starter Jose Urquidy (2-1) worked five innings, allowing four runs on seven hits and one walk with six strikeouts.

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. hit his sixth homer of the season, a three-run shot, for Toronto. Matt Chapman also homered and drove in two runs, and Raimel Tapia had four hits. Reliever Trent Thornton (0-2) took the loss. He allowed a run on two hits in 1 2/3 innings.

Goalkeepers 9, A 8

Josh Naylor homered two runs and Andres Gimenez hit his first career grand slam to help Cleveland snap a seven-game losing streak with a win at Oakland.

Jose Ramirez added three RBIs on a solo shot and a two-run double while reaching base four times and scoring three runs. Ramirez, who played his 1,000th game with the franchise, has a major league record 28 RBIs. Gimenez and Myles Straw each had three hits for the Guardians.

Sheldon Neuse had three hits and three RBIs and Sean Murphy hit a three-run homer for the A’s, who have lost four of their last six games.

Yankees 12, Royals 2

New York hit four home runs, including an Aaron Judge three-run outburst to open a close game in the seventh, as the Yankees beat host Kansas City in a rain-shortened eight-inning game.

The Yankees, who lead the majors with 29 home runs, extended their winning streak to seven games. Nestor Cortes (1-0) picked up the win. He allowed two runs (one earned) on eight hits in five innings.

Losing pitcher Kris Bubic (0-2) allowed three runs on four hits in five scoreless innings and three strikeouts.

Diamondbacks 6, Cardinals 2

Arizona southpaw Madison Bumgarner allowed one run in five innings and Daulton Varsho had two hits and an RBI in a win over host St. Louis.

Bumgarner (1-1) calmed down after allowing a home run to Paul Goldschmidt on 12 at-bats with one out in the first inning. Bumgarner allowed three hits with two strikeouts and a walk. He has a 1.17 ERA in five starts this season.

The Diamondbacks took a 2-1 lead in the third inning against 17-year-old veteran Adam Wainwright (2-3), who allowed three runs and four hits in six innings with five walks and four strikeouts for the Diamondbacks. Cardinals.

Brewers 11, Cub Scouts 1

Hunter Renfroe hit two of Milwaukee’s six homers and Adrian Houser pitched six shutout innings to open a three-game home series against rival Chicago with an easy win.

The Brewers never trailed en route to their fourth straight win, with Jace Peterson going deep for a second three-pointer and Andrew McCutchen hitting his second in two days in the third. Christian Yelich and Willy Adames also scored Milwaukee.

Houser (2-2) held the Cubs to two hits in six innings. He walked three and struck out six. Chicago starter Kyle Hendricks (1-2) was gone after 4 1/3 innings, hitting six runs and seven hits. He walked two and pulled out two.

Angels 5, White Sox 1

Taylor Ward homered on the second pitch of the game and finished with three hits, Shohei Ohtani also homered and seven Los Angeles pitchers combined on a three hit in Chicago.

Los Angeles right-hander Noah Syndergaard was scratched from his scheduled departure due to an undisclosed illness, prompting manager Joe Maddon to open the game with reliever Jimmy Herget, who allowed a run and a hit. in three innings with two strikeouts.

Austin Warren (2-0) took the win with two sets of perfect relief. Raisel Iglesias came in with two on and one on the ninth to pick up his sixth save, working around a walk that loaded the bases to pull out Luis Robert on a flyout to end the game.

Spokes 6, Twins 1

Josh Lowe hit his first career home run on a four-run first inning as Tampa Bay snapped Minnesota’s seven-game winning streak in Game 1 of a three-game series at St. Petersburg, Florida.

Corey Kluber (1-1) allowed a run and a hit over six innings for his first win as a member of the Rays, who have won three in a row and five of their last six. Kluber struck out six and didn’t walk a batter.

Twins starter Dylan Bundy (3-1) had allowed a total of one earned run in his first three games. He went six innings and was charged with six earned runs and seven hits despite seven strikeouts. Carlos Correa had two of Minnesota’s three hits and led the Twins’ run.

Marlins 8, Sailors 6

Jorge Soler and Miguel Rojas each drilled two-run homers as host Miami won its sixth straight game by edging Seattle.

Soler’s home run was a monster blast, measured at 468 feet, and Miami’s Jesus Sanchez added a two-run single and a diving catch to center field. Elieser Hernandez (2-1) picked up the win, allowing five hits, one walk and three runs in five innings.

Seattle, which lost its third straight game, was led by nine-hole hitter Luis Torrens, who drove in four runs, including a three-run double. Mariners right-hander Penn Murfee made his major league debut, pitching two scoreless innings in relief. Rookie Matt Brash (1-2) took the loss, allowing seven hits, two walks and six runs in two innings.

Fathers 7, Pirates 3

Ha-Seong Kim, Jake Cronenworth and Trayce Thompson had two runs apiece and Yu Darvish pitched six innings despite being hit in the thigh by a 105mph line drive as San Diego beat host Pittsburgh .

The win extended San Diego’s winning streak to four. Darvish (2-1) allowed three runs on eight hits and one walk with five strikeouts in six innings for the victory. Taylor Rogers came in with two goals and one out in the ninth to get his eighth save.

Pirates starter Zach Thompson (0-3) allowed four runs on three hits and two walks with three strikeouts in 4 1/3 innings to take the loss. Daniel Vogelbach led Pittsburgh with two hits and two RBIs.

Red Sox 3, Orioles 1

Christian Arroyo hit a two-run homer as Boston opened a three-game series by handing host Baltimore its fifth straight loss.

Baltimore was limited to three hits before Ryan Mountcastle hit Hansel Robles to lead the ninth inning. Matt Strahm, who replaced Robles with two outs and a runner at second, walked Anthony Santander before pulling out pinch hitter Chris Owings for his first career save.

Rich Hill had one hit in more than four scoreless innings for Boston, which won only the second time in its last seven games. Tanner Houck (2-1) picked up the win after allowing two hits on three scoreless frames.

Braves 6, Rangers 3

William Contreras hit two of Atlanta’s four home runs, the first multi-home run game of his career, in the win over Texas in Arlington, Texas.

Austin Riley hit a two-run homer and Travis Demeritte homered inside the park when the ball passed center fielder Adolis Garcia. Atlanta starter Ian Anderson (2-1) pitched six innings, allowing two runs on three hits, two walks and five strikeouts.

Garrett Richards (0-1) opened the game for Texas and allowed two runs in one inning before giving way to Spencer Howard, who allowed a run on two hits, two walks and three strikeouts in 1 2/3 of a sleeve. Garcia and Corey Seager blasted home runs for the Rangers.

Rockies 10, Reds 4

Ryan McMahon homered for three and Antonio Senzatela allowed just one run in 6 1/3 innings to power Colorado to a win over visiting Cincinnati in Denver.

McMahon went 1 for 4 with one walk while Senzatela (2-1) allowed the only earned run on seven hits with two walks and one strikeout.

The Rockies ended a four-game losing streak, while the Reds lost for the 17th time in their first 20 games.

Dodgers 5, Tigers 1

Justin Turner and Chris Taylor hit their first home runs of the season and host Los Angeles beat struggling Detroit.

Los Angeles’ Tyler Anderson (2-0) pitched the first five innings, allowing one run on five hits and one walk with three strikeouts. Evan Phillips, Phil Bickford, Brusdar Graterol and Reyes Moronta each pitched a single scoreless relief inning, allowing just one hit and no walks overall while recording four strikeouts.

Detroit starter Tyler Alexander (0-3) lasted just 2 1/3 innings, allowing four runs on three hits, as his team’s losing streak stretched to six games.

–Field level media

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