Astros sweep to Athletics and reach 50 wins; Grand slam by Robinson Canó

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Jose Altuve (l) from Los Astros Houston tries to catch a ball with his teammate Marwin Gonzalez (d).

The Houston Astros’ unstoppable offense remained on the winning road within American League baseball after sweeping the Oakland A’s and being the first team in the majors to reach 50 wins.

Josh Reddick hit a home run and scored four runs, Jake Marisnick and Marwin Gonzalez also kicked him out of the park and the Astros defeated the A’s 12-9.

The Astros, with the best record of majors, completed sweep of four games, with its tenth victory followed in Oakland.

The Houston team has won 12 of their last 14 games away from home. His 27-8 record is the best in the majors.

Reddick also connected a double and a triple, besides receiving a ticket. Marisnick and Gonzalez each had three races.

David Paulino (2-0) gave up six runs and three runs, seven hits and two innings. The 23-year-old rookie right-hander struck out five of the first six hitters he faced in the sixth opening of his career.

The negative for Houston was that its center fielder George Springer had to leave by a blow in the left hand after being struck by a line of Jesse Hahn (3-5) at the beginning of the game.

The Latin batting of the Astros had the protagonism of the Puerto Rican Carlos Correa of ​​2-1, an annotated and a towed one; The Cuban Yuli Gurriel of 5-2, an annotated one and González of 5-2, one annotated and three impelled.

But if there was a Latin American player turned on was Robinson Canó who hit a grand slam and a two-run homer, Andrew Moore worked seven innings to win his senior debut and the Seattle Mariners beat the Tigers 9-6 Of Detroit and added their fifth victory to the thread.

Cano’s grand slam in the seventh inning against Francisco Rodriguez, his thirteenth homer, overtook the Mariners 9-3.

One episode earlier had hit a two-run homer off Daniel Norris (4-5), who had a loss.

Moore (1-0), who was called up by surprise on Wednesday for Triple-A Tacoma, allowed three runs and six hits in seven innings.

The right, 23, struck out four and did not take any walks. He started the season at Double-A, then scored a 3-1 win in eight starts in Tacoma.

The Mariners surpassed the .500 for the first time this course with mark of 38-37.

Detroit got three Seattle runs in the eighth inning thanks to four straight outs with two outs to Max Povse, who also made his league debut.

Tony Zych took the last out in the eighth and Steve Cishek worked a perfect ninth for his first save.

Again the Latin bat was active for the Mariners with Cano who went 4-2, with two runs and six RBIs, his compatriots Jean Segura of 4-1, with an annotated; And Nelson Cruz of 3-0, with an annotated one.

While the Cuban Guillermo Heredia of 3-1, with an annotated and one impelled.
Also the offensive of the Tigers had Latin protagonism with the Venezuelan Miguel Cabrera of 4-2, with an annotated and two impelled. The Cuban Jose Iglesias of 4-0, with an impelled.

Albert Pujols drove the run of the lead with a single in the seventh inning and the Los Angeles Angels won the New York Yankees 10-5, in spite of the twenty-fifth home run by starfighter Aaron Judge , So far this season.

The Angels scored four times in the seventh, with the complicity of three errors and two uncontrolled pitches – including one from the Dominican Dellin Betances – that made the Yankees suffer their eighth loss in nine games.

Cameron Maybin opened the game with a home run against Luis Severino (5-3), who took the loss.

But with the Angels down 5-4, Maybin’s double-shot potential that second-baseman Starlin Castro let in for a mistake precipitated the comeback.

Yusmeiro Petit (2-0) threw two perfect innings in relief of starter Jesse Chavez, who had to use 93 pitches to deal with four innings.

Petit and other relievers pulled 14 batters in a row until Chris Carter hit a two-out single in the ninth.

The Latin American batting helped the Angels’ offense with Pujols 5-2, one scored and two RBIs. Yunel Escobar of Cuba 4-2, two runs scored and one RBI and Luis Valbuena of 5-1, a powered.

The Cleveland Indians again offered an offensive spectacle to the Baltimore Orioles pitchers, who are on their way to set a record for their poor performances.

Erik Gonzalez hit a home run, while Austin Jackson hit three hits and drove in three runs for the I

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