MLB news: Rays’ all-Latin squad blows up the Blue Jays

September 15, 2022; Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Tampa Bay Rays (2) third baseman Yandy Diaz threw first Toronto Blue Jays captain Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (not pictured) in the sixth inning at Rogers Center. Dan Hamilton USA Today Sports

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Yandy Diaz made three home runs and the visiting Tampa Bay Rays featured an all-Latin squad while the Toronto Blue Jays closed out 11-0 Thursday afternoon at the conclusion of a five-game streak.

Isaac Paredes added a solo home run and had two RBIs for the Rays, who had lost five of his previous six matches. Manuel Margo contributed three runs in the ninth round of six on Roberto Clemente’s day.

All nine hitters in the Rice lineup were from Latin America, a first in Major League Baseball history. Three of these players were Dominicans, and two each were born in Cuba and Venezuela. Colombia and Mexico were also represented in the squad.

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Rise Shane McClanahan left-handed (12-5) left the injured roster and allowed three hits and one walk five hits in five runs.

Diamondbacks 4, Padres 0

Arizona State right-hander Dre Jameson scored two defeats in seven goalless rounds for San Diego in his major league debut, leading to Arizona’s win in Phoenix.

Ketel Marte, Emmanuel Rivera and Carson Kelly hit home solo owners on the Diamondbacks. The 6-foot-1, 165-pound Jameson has done one walk and hit five. The outing ended with the retirement of the last nine Padres he encountered.

Padres (78-66) lost a second straight loss, reducing their lead over the Milwaukee Brewers (76-67) to 1 1/2 games in the race for the third wild card berth in the National League. San Diego finished by three strokes in its 10th loss of the season. Padres have scored just five games in their past four matches.

Reds 3, Cardinals 2

Nick Senzel and Aristides Aquino came to power in visiting Cincinnati after St. Louis, ending a six-game losing streak.

Cincinnati top scorer Chase Anderson (1-3) allowed a one-stroke run and two walks in five runs. hit three.

The Cardinals who started bowler Miles Micholas (11-12) allowed three rounds on five strokes in six innings. Hit three and walked three.

Mets 7, Pirates 1

Carlos Carrasco hit a season high of 11 over six runs, and the New York-designated hitters made up four RBI points in the win over visiting Pittsburgh.

Daniel Fogelbach led three rounds and Francisco Lindor took a two-round penalty as the Mets (90-55) cut short a three-game losing streak – the tie for their longest run of the season – and increased their lead by one game during the season. Idle Atlanta Braves in the Eastern National League.

The loss ended a four-game winning streak – tied for a season high – for the Buccaneers, who had been trying to win five games in a row for the first time since April 2019.

Twins 3, Royals 2

Carlos Correa and Nick Gordon teamed up with five Minnesota homesteaders to deliver five stopovers as the twins completed a three-game streak of sweeping Kansas City in Minneapolis.

It was the third time this season that Minnesota swept the Royals in a series. The Twins, who opened their five-game streak in a meeting of MLS leaders Central Cleveland on Friday night, wrapped up in four games with the Guardians.

Trevor Miguel (4-3), the first of five loyalists from Minnesota, took the win with a no-stroke fifth inning. Jhoan Duran rebounded from allowing back-to-back singles to start the ninth inning to make his seventh save.

Astros 5, A 2

Aledmys Diaz broke a tiebreak twice in the seventh inning and Lance McCullers Jr. scored his highest strike total in the regular season in more than four years as the Houston host beat Oakland.

The Astros have extended their winning streak to five matches and have won 13 of their past 16 matches. The victory over Oakland in the opening four-game clinch clinched the season’s streak for Houston, who racked up a seasonally winning streak over each of their American games. Western League competitors.

McCullers didn’t factor in the decision but was nonetheless excellent during the Air 11. He allowed two hits, issued four walks and gave up two runs on six strong innings. Seth Martinez (1-1) took his first win of his career with one game of rest.

Marlins 5, Phyllis 3

Jordan Groshans hit his first major league kick, Brian De La Cruz added a three-stroke and fly-by as hosts Miami exited Philadelphia.

Miami, who slipped in two games, got a good start from Pablo Lopez (9-10). Four hits allowed, one walk and two in 6 2/3 runs. hit five.

The Phillies’ winning streak was cut short in five games, and only Homer was given a solo by Kyle Schwarber and two RBIs by Brandon Marsh. Schwarber leads the National League with 38 zingers. Marsh went 4 for 4, and Homer lost less than the course.

White Sox 8, Guardians 2

Yoan Moncada made four hits, including one of five home runs by visiting Chicago, helping the club beat Cleveland in a make-up game.

Jose Abreu received three hits and two RBIs. Gavin Sheets, Andrew Vaughn, Yasmany Grandall and Elvis Andros have also featured in the White Sox, who have managed to win three games from the first-place guards in the MLS Central. Lance Lane allowed two runs and six runs over 6 1/3 innings. Lin (7-5) won six and walked in one to improve to 3-0 with a 0.93 ERA in three starts this month.

Miles Straw had three hits and scored one, Amed Rosario and Will Benson had two hits and an RBI for the Guardians. Hunter Gaddis (0-2) allowed all five home runs in his second start in the MLB.

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