Colombian Julio Teherán shone from the top of the mound to throw solid and remain unbeaten in games outside of his field so far this season, as well as being the most outstanding Latin American baseball player of the day in Major League Baseball.
Iván Nova and Luis Castillo and Venezuelan Jhoulys Chacín were also the protagonists with their serpentine, and with the bat highlighted by Miguel Sanó, who reached 21 homers in the season and is ready for the All-Star festival.
Tehran pitched seven innings and maintained its dominance in away games, drove in three runs, and the Atlanta Braves won for a 13-0 shutout of the Washington Nationals.
Colombian right-hander, 7-6, allowed four hits, gave up two bases and struck out five to earn the win and went 6-0 in nine outings so far this season.
Tehran faced 28 sluggers with 96 shipments, 67 strike, and left at 4.79 its effectiveness, and with the wood struck 2 of 2 and towed three.
Nova worked six six-pointers and two-thirds and the Rangers’ Gregory Polanco hit the Pittsburgh Pirates 4-2 over the Chicago Cubs, who are still in the midst of a game crisis.
The Pirates’ starting pitcher 9-6 after working six and two-thirds, allowed three undisputed, two homers and two runs, walked and fanned out six rival hitters.
He faced 24 hitters with 92 pitches, 62 to the perfect zone, and put his ERA at 3.21.
Polanco (8) threw her in the sixth with a runner against opener Jake Arrieta, with an out at the entrance.
Chacín (8-7) threw episodes and a third and the San Diego Padres beat the Philadelphia Phillies 2-1, following the work of the Venezuelan pitcher who worked six innings and one-third, allowed three hits, home run, Gave two free tickets and retired six hitters via the punch.
The Padres native opener faced 22 opponents with 82 pitches, 55 strike, and put at 4.32 its effectiveness.
Despite the defeat, the Phillies had Dominican third baseman Maikel Franco (13) who threw the ball out of the park in the fifth inning, beating Chacin’s shipments, with no men in circulation and one out in the inning.
Like Tehran and Chacin, Castillo worked six innings and two-thirds and the Cincinnati Reds won by a 7-0 win over the Arizona Diamondbacks.
(1-1) allowed three hits, walked one and retired eight opponents batters via the punch, faced 25 with 113 pitches, 74 perfect, and put at 3.13 their average effectiveness.
Sanó added a home run for the Minnesota Twins, who lost 1-5 against the Baltimore Orioles and made 21 home runs so far this season.
The Dominican slugger sent the ball into the street in the third episode against Wde Miley’s pitches, with no runners ahead, with two outs on the board.
First baseman Yonder Alonso knocked him out in the Oakland Athletics 4-3 victory over the Seattle Mariners.
Alonso (20) disappeared in the third, a solitary bambinazo, against the opener Andrew Moore, who had two outs in his account, but could not surpass Cuban slugger.
Dominican closer Santiago Casilla (15) was credited with saving an episode, striking out an enemy.
Venezuelan catcher Salvador Perez kept on and homered for the Kansas City Royals, who lost 4-5 against the Los Angeles Dodgers in an interleague match.
Perez (18) made it sound in the eighth, against the work of the Dominican relay Pedro Baez, solitary, without outs in the entrance.
Venezuelan second baseman Marwin Gonzalez threw the ball out of the park for the Houston Astros, who lost 2-7 to the Toronto Blue Jays.
Gonzalez (16) sent her to the street in the ninth over closer Joe Biagini, solitary, with two outs in the episode.
His compatriot, ranger Domingo Santana connected for the Brewers, who also lost by 3-5 against the New York Yankees.
Santana (15) struck in the first against his compatriot Luis Severino, with two runners and two outs in the entrance.
The Yankees’ victory was credited by Cuban closer Aroldis Chapman (2-0) who worked the ninth and fanned the three batters he faced.
The third baseman Adrian Beltre hit the Texas Rangers’ 5-2 victory over the Los Angeles Angels.
Beltre (7) took it in the third, against starter Jesse Chavez, who had a running runner and also had an “out”.
For the Angels the Cuban third baseman Yunel Escobar (6) connected in the second, solitary bambinazo that did not prevent the defeat of his team.