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Padres Edge Dodgers 3-2 to open key NL West series

LOS ANGELES – Jurickson Profar picked and scored the tiebreaker in the eighth inning, and the San Diego Padres opened the second series of the season in the heated Southern California baseball rivalry with a 3-2 victory against the Los Angeles Dodgers Thursday night. Trent Grisham hit a homerun and hit two hits for the Padres, who snapped a three-game skid as they opened a four-game streak at Chilly Chavez Ravine with the Dodgers’ first home loss of the season. Los Angeles won two of three games at San Diego last weekend, but the Padres responded with hits, strong throws and a fantastic late-inning double play in the eighth, capping another well-played game between. two stacked rows. AJ Pollock and Sheldon Neuse hit back-to-back homers starting seventh for the major league-leading Dodgers, who lost three of four after a 13-2 start to the season. With several key hitters injured, Los Angeles has scored just 10 points in its last five games. Profar and Victor Caratini singled out Blake Treinen (1-1) to lead the eighth, and Profar put San Diego back in the lead on Fernando Tatis Jr.’s double play Profar then barely failed to make a diving hold on the tail. of Will Smith along the left field line after a long run, putting two Dodgers in goal position with no one coming out in the eighth. After Max Muncy failed and Pollock was intentionally pushed to charge the bases, Neuse smoked a 105 mph grounder to second baseman Jake Cronenworth, who barely knocked over the ball. San Diego then turned a double play in which both Dodgers were knocked out by tiny margins, triggering a boisterous celebration in the Padres dugout. Nabil Crismatt (1-1) was seventh for San Diego. Mark Melancon threw a dominant ninth for his seventh save. GIANTS 3, MARLINS 0 SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – Curt Casali had his fifth straight shutout, guiding Aaron Sanchez and four relievers in San Francisco’s 3-0 win over Miami. Casali – a replacement for veteran wide receiver Buster Posey, who has had a night off – is the fifth wide receiver since at least 1900 to sustain a shutout in five straight starts. He joins Francisco Cervelli (2015), Chris Hoiles (1995), Alan Ashby (1986) and Ed Phelps (six in a row in 1903), by Elias Sports. Casali is the first to do so with five different starting pitchers. The Giants capitalized in the first with two strikeouts against southpaw Daniel Castano (0-1), when Darin Ruf hit an RBI brace and Casali followed with a two-run single. Sanchez (1-1) gave two hits, struck out two and failed a batter in five impressive innings for his first win with the Giants. DIAMONDBACKS 14, REDS 11, 10 innings CINCINNATI (AP) – David Peralta hit a three-run triple in a six-run 10th to finish with five hits and seven career RBIs, and Arizona topped six home runs at Cincinnati. Carson Kelly followed Peralta with a two-run homerun as the Diamondbacks opened a 14-8 lead. Arizona hung in the lower half to complete a three-game sweep that extended their winning streak to four. The Reds lost their fourth in a row, ending a home game 2-4. Cincinnati’s Jesse Winker made his third career two-homer game, Nick Castellanos hit his sixth homer of the season coming back from a two-game suspension and Eugenio Suárez, Joey Votto and Jonathan India also went to depth. All of the Reds’ home runs came from the top four spots in the batting order. Peralta tied his career with his third game with five hits. He had a two-run homer in the fifth inning, had three singles and completed a short double of the cycle. Caleb Smith (1-1) was the winner. Lucas Sims (0-1) took the defeat. CUBS 4, METS 3, 10 CHICAGO innings (AP) – Jason Heyward had a single at the end of the game in the 10th after Dan Winkler failed the loaded bases at the top of the inning, and Chicago beat New York to finish a three-game sweep. Kris Bryant had two hits and two RBIs and Willson Contreras also led in a race as Chicago beat the Mets for the seventh consecutive time dating back to June 2019. Pete Alonso made a homer for New York, which earned a Stellar exit from the bullpen until Edwin Díaz leaves in the automatic runner in the 10th. Javier Báez, who finished last in ninth, started 10th in second. Díaz (1-1) hit Matt Duffy with the first pitch to put two runners in, and David Bote sacrificed them in the second and third. Pinch hitter Eric Sogard was intentionally pushed to charge the bases. Heyward then hit for Winkler and hit a sharp Grounder in right field. YANKEES 6, INDIANS 3 CLEVELAND (AP) – Rougned Odor’s two-out, two-runner single broke a draw in the seventh inning – and possibly beat New York with its slick funk – and sent the Yankees to a victory over Cleveland in Game 1 of a four-game series. Odor was just batting .107 and slipping 3 for 28 when he collided with Nick Wittgren (0-1). He slapped his single down the middle to score Aaron Judge and Gleyber Torres to break a 3-3 draw as the Yankees got just their second win in eight games. Kyle Higashioka had the eighth for New York, who came in with their worst record to open a season since 1991, when Stump Merrill succeeded and Don Mattingly occupied first base. Domingo Germán (1-2) came back from a demotion at the alternative training site and fell 3-0 behind in the first. He lasted six innings and won the first time since serving a suspension under baseball’s domestic violence policy which began in September 2019 and ended his season with an 18-4 record. Jonathan Loaisiga and Chad Green combined for two innings of relief, and Aroldis Chapman hit the side around a step in the ninth for his third save. ASTROS 8, ANGELS 2 HOUSTON (AP) – Alex Bregman had three hits and three RBIs, Cristian Javier (2-0) hit a career-high nine in five scoreless innings and Houston had a three-run skid matches. The Astros had lost nine of 10 after a 6-1 start. They quickly put their road problems behind them in Game 1 of eight games at home, jumping over Alex Cobb (1-1) for five runs in under three innings. The Angels lost for the third time in four games one night when Mike Trout left in the fifth inning with a bruised left elbow after being hit by a pitch an inning earlier. Albert Pujols, who has the most homers of any player against the Astros, added to his tally on Thursday night, reaching his 61st on a two-run shot in the sixth. Carlos Correa had two hits, two runs batted in and scored three runs. Leading for the first time in his career with Jose Altuve on the COVID-19 roster, local trainer Dusty Baker has said he will stay until Altuve returns. MARINERS 7, RED SOX 3 BOSTON (AP) – Mitch Haniger hit a three-run homer in the 10th inning moments after Sam Haggerty’s brace, and Seattle rallied past Boston despite three hits in one night cold and windy. Haggerty went 4-3 with his brace over Darwinzon Hernandez (0-1), Seattle’s first hit since Ty France’s two-point brace against Nick Pivetta with two strikeouts in the fifth which broke the offer without right-handed hit. Rafael Devers scored for the Red Sox, who crossed behind Pivetta but couldn’t hold the 2-0, 3-2 lead. Kiké Hernández led the seventh with a triple against Seattle reliever Casey Sadler, who bounced a curved ball 0-2 for wild ground that passed wide receiver Luis Torrens and allowed Alex Verdugo to score the kick-off. sending. Seattle equalized again for the eighth with the help of a throwing error from reliever Adam Ottavino, who neatly lined up the decay of JP Crawford’s sacrifice, but gave a wild pitch in the third which allowed Haggerty to come back from the second. Rafael Montero (2-0) threw a scoreless ninth. PIRATES 4, TIGERS 2 DETROIT (AP) – Phillip Evans kept Akil Baddoo’s push on the park’s left field in the seventh inning to help Pittsburgh escape a traffic jam, and the Pirates scored twice in the eighth to beat Detroit . Colin Moran and Erik González hit in RBI singles with two strikeouts in the eighth of the game sometimes played in flurries. With the score tied at 2, Baddoo almost put the Tigers forward, but Evans reached over the fence to the left, and the ball bounced off his glove and came back onto the pitch. Baddoo ended up with a double, and he didn’t end up scoring. With men in the first and third row and one out, Sam Howard (2-1) came on and took out Robbie Grossman and Willi Castro from the flyballs. Adam Frazier had three hits for the Pirates, including a single with an out on José Cisnero (0-1) in the eighth. Frazier advanced on insane ground and scored on Moran’s single against Gregory Soto to give Pittsburgh the lead for good. Richard Rodríguez had a perfect ninth on his third save, sending the Tigers to their sixth loss in seven games. JaCoby Jones hit a solo homerun for Detroit in the fifth. ___ More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports The Associated Press

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