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Red Sox share leadership with Yankees; lose Angels and Sailors

The Boston Red Sox won again in the American League professional baseball game and tied with the New York Yankees in the Eastern Division lead, while the Angels of the Angels and the Seattle Mariners lived the cross of the currency when suffering defeats that took them away from the first place.

Left-hander David Price did not tolerate a career until the ninth inning, and threw his first full game in this campaign for the Red Sox to beat the Baltimore Orioles 6-2.

Price allowed only five hits from the Orioles, and received all the support he needed from Cuban slugger J.D. Martinez, who hit a two-run home run in the first inning, and Xander Bogaerts, who hit a fly-by with two on board during a four-run in the fifth.

Price’s work (4-4) included eight strikeouts and no tickets. Thus, he won consecutive starts, something he had not achieved in the current season.

During the first eight chapters, the opener sailed calmly. Andrew Susac opened the ninth with a double, to be the first Baltimore player to reach the middle in the match.

The Dominican Manny Machado frustrated the shutout with a home run, when there were two outs.

However, Price ended the duel by means of a balloon of the Dutch scholar Jonathan Schoop to the central forest, and the Red Sox improved to a 4-0 mark against Baltimore, by winning this match that had been postponed by the rain.

The loss went to the account of Kevin Gausman (3-3), who worked four innings and two thirds, which allowed six runs and eight indisputable, with six strikeouts and two walks.

C.J. Cron fired a homer and scored two runs against his team, Chris Archer (3-3) threw two-hit balls into the seventh inning, and the Tampa Bay Rays defeated the Angels 1-7.

Denard Span hit a two-run homer in a seventh with four innings on the plate for Tampa Bay, and Johnny Field hit another fly-by two runs one inning later.

The Rays beat their season record by adding a four-game winning streak.
Outfielder Mike Trout extended the longest bat-drought of his career with 19 blank innings for the Angels, who have lost five of eight of their 11 games at their stadium.

Japanese designated hitter, rookie Shohei Ohtani blew the hedge with the sixth homer of the season in the ninth inning to stop a run of eight at-bats without hits and one of 21 consecutive innings without scoring for the Angels.

The victory went to Archer, with a work of six episodes and two thirds in which struck out five rival batters and allowed four passes on balls.

Los Angeles starter Tyler Skaggs (3-3) took the loss after admitting six undisputed and one run in six episodes on the mound, which also gave three walks and fanned seven rival batters.

The Cuban Jose Iglesias hit a two-run single with two outs in the eighth inning to advance Detroit on the board and the Tigers pitchers gave up just two hits in the last six episodes to be imposed at home by 2-3 to the Mariners of Seattle.

The Tigers mounted their comeback against the Seattle bullpen, especially in the eighth chapter against Nick Vincent (1-1), to beat the first of four games in the series.

With two outs in the eighth, Vincent admitted a single from Mikie Mahtook and gave a ticket to James McCann to fill the bases.

Seattle kept Vincent on the mound and Iglesias sent a 1-0 cutter to the center, who escaped from the glove of shortstop Jean Segura when he threw himself to try to stop the shot.

One inning earlier, Seattle had squandered an opportunity to increase its lead despite having second and third base runners with one out.

The second Dee Gordon was struck out and Segura grounded out to thwart the Mariners’ only scoring opportunity after the third inning.

Warwick Saupold (2-1) won with a perfect third of the work while the loss went to Vincent after admitting three hits and two runs in two-thirds innings in which he walked and struck out a rival hitter.

Matt Olson hit a three-run homer, Khris Davis and Matt Chapman added two-run homers, and the Oakland Athletics beat visitors 5-10 to the Toronto Blue Jays.

Davis went 4-for-4 and scored three times, for Oakland to achieve its second win in its last 13 games north of the border.

The Blue Jays suffered their ninth loss in 12 home games. They have a record of 8-14, after starting the season with 14-8.

Davis hit a single in the first inning, and a homer in the third. He hit another single and scored in the fifth, received a pitch and came home in the sixth, and hit a single in the eighth.

Andrew Triggs left in the third episode, for a discomfort in a forearm. The right of the Athletics tolerated a career and an unstoppable in two chapters and a third, before being relieved by the Dominican Santiago Casilla.El Venezuelan Yusmeiro Petit (1 -0) resolved two innings and two thirds to stay with the win.

Dominican wide receiver Welington Castillo broke the tie by a single during a four-run attack in the eighth and the Chicago White Sox won the Texas Rangers 4-2 on Thursday in a duel of losing teams.

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