MLB Scoreboard and Regional Recaps from Sunday (6/30)
July 1, 2019
Final Washington 2 Detroit 1
Final N-Y Yankees 12 Boston 8
Final Cleveland 2 Baltimore 0
Final Kansas City 7 Toronto 6
Final Tampa Bay 6 Texas 2
Final Chi White Sox 4 Minnesota 3
Final Houston 6 Seattle 1
Final Oakland 12 L-A Angels 3
Final Cincinnati 8 Chi Cubs 6
Final Philadelphia 13 Miami 6
Final Milwaukee 2 Pittsburgh 1
Final L-A Dodgers 10 Colorado 5
Final San Francisco 10 Arizona 4
Final St. Louis 5 San Diego 3, 11 Innings
Final N-Y Mets 8 Atlanta 5
Brewers Win-Pull Into 1st Place Tie
– The Brewers pulled out a 2-1 win over the Pirates on a tiebreaking homer by Eric Thames in the eighth inning. Zach Davies allowed one run and six hits in 5 1/3 innings after compiling an 8.10 ERA over his previous four starts. Davies also singled home the tying run in the fourth inning before Thames put Milwaukee back into a first-place tie with the Cubs in the NL Central.
Cubs Fall Drop Finale in Cinncy
– Eugenio Suarez crushed a three-run homer and Anthony DeSclafani pitched six scoreless innings to send the Reds past the Cubs, 8-6. Phillip Ervin and Nick Senzel drove in two runs each to help Cincinnati beat Jon Lester for the first time in eight starts. Jason Heyward belted a three-run homer for the Cubs, who have dropped three of four and finished June 14-15, their first losing month since May 2017.
Behind Giolito, Soxs Top Twins
– Lucas Giolito picked up his major league-leading 11th victory by allowing one hit over five innings of the White Sox’ 4-3 victory against the Twins. Yoan Moncada belted a two-run homer as he and Jose Abreu had three hits apiece for the White Sox, who won two of three against the AL Central leaders. Nelson Cruz homered for the Twins, who had won eight of nine against Chicago.
Cards Avoid Sweep in San Diego
– The Cardinals beat the Padres, 5-3 on Matt Wieters’ two-run homer in the 11th inning. St. Louis trailed 3-0 and was in danger of its sixth straight loss before Yairo Munoz delivered a two-run double in the sixth to spark the comeback. Manny Machado hit a two-run home run in the fourth, giving the Padres three players with at least 20.