MLB American League
Cleveland Guardians 2, Tampa Bay Rays 1 (F/10)
Detroit Tigers 2, Kansas City Royals 1
New York Yankees 8, Toronto Blue Jays 3
Boston Red Sox 3, Baltimore Orioles 1
Minnesota Twins 8, Chicago White Sox 4
Los Angeles Angels 4, Oakland Athletics 1
Seattle Mariners 3, Texas Rangers 1
MLB National League
Pittsburgh Pirates 4, Cincinnati Reds 3 (F/10)
>>Reds Lose To Pirates 4-3 In Extra Innings Walk Off
(Pittsburgh, PA) — Cincinnati lost to the Pirates 4-3 in an extra innings walk off in Pittsburgh. The Reds scored three times in the top of the ninth thanks to homers from Kyle Farmer and R-J Fraley. However, Kevin Newman stepped up in the bottom of the tenth and drove in the game-winning run off a single. Pittsburgh completed the sweep as the Reds have now lost three in-a-row. The team will try and bounce back tomorrow when they head to Chicago to take on the Cubs in the first of four games.
Washington Nationals 3, Atlanta Braves 2 (F/10)
>>Nationals Walk Off Braves
(Washington D.C.) — The Nationals walked off the Braves with a 3-2 victory in Washington. CJ Abrams drove in the game-winning run with an RBI single in the bottom of the 10th. Kyle Finnegan was credited with the win after pitching a pair of scoreless innings of relief. Luke Voit went one-for-three at the dish with a pair of runs batted in. The Nats are now 54-and-101. Matt Olson went deep for the 30th time this season with a solo shot in the top of the second. Atlanta is now 97-and-59, which makes it second in the NL East.
New York Mets 5, Miami Marlins 4 (F/10)
Chicago Cubs 4, Philadelphia Phillies 2
>>Cubs Rally In Fifth To Beat Phillies
(Chicago, IL) — The Cubs scored four runs in the bottom of the fifth to beat the Phillies 4-2 at Wrigley Field. Christopher Morel launched a three-run home run in the victory. Hayden Wesneski earned his third win while holding Philadelphia to one run over five innings, and Manuel Rodriguez picked up his fourth save. The Cubs improved to 69-and-86, and they send Javier Assad to the mound against Philadelphia this afternoon.
Cubs outfielder Christopher Morel says he wants to finish the season strong.
Cubs manager David Ross says he’s happy with the progress of Brandon Hughes.
Cubs manager David Ross says they have to keep working and trying to improve each day.
Milwaukee Brewers 5, St. Louis Cardinals 1
>>Cardinals Fall To Brewers
(Milwaukee, WI) — The Cardinals left 11 runners on base during a 5-1 loss to the Brewers at American Family Field. St. Louis also went 0-for-8 with runners in scoring position. Andrew Knizner hit his fourth home run in the losing effort, and Jose Quintana was charged with his seventh loss after giving up one run in five innings. St. Louis drops to 90-and-66 with the loss. The Cardinals return home to host the Pirates tomorrow night.
Los Angeles Dodgers 1, San Diego Padres 0 (F/10)
San Francisco Giants 6, Colorado Rockies 3
Arizona Diamondbacks 5, Houston Astros 2 (F/10)
MLB American League
1:10 p.m. – Kansas City Royals at Detroit Tigers
1:10 p.m. – Chicago White Sox at Minnesota Twins
1:35 p.m. – Baltimore Orioles at Boston Red Sox
6:10 p.m. – Tampa Bay Rays at Cleveland Guardians
9:38 p.m. – Oakland Athletics at Los Angeles Angels
9:40 p.m. – Texas Rangers at Seattle Mariners
MLB National League
2:20 p.m. – Philadelphia Phillies at Chicago Cubs
7:40 p.m. – Miami Marlins at Milwaukee Brewers
9:40 p.m. – Los Angeles Dodgers at San Diego Padres
9:45 p.m. – Colorado Rockies at San Francisco Giants
>>O’Neill, Hicks Making Progress In Injury Recoveries
(St. Louis, MO) — The Cardinals may be getting some reinforcements before the postseason begins. Outfielder Tyler O’Neill and pitcher Jordan Hicks both made progress in their injury rehab yesterday. O’Neill hit in the batting cage for the second day in a row as he recovers from a strained hamstring. Meanwhile, Hicks took part in long toss yesterday. The Cardinals hope that both players will be ready to return to the team before the playoffs start on October 7th.
>>MLB Talks Contingencies For Braves-Mets Series
(Cumberland, GA) — Major League Baseball is considering contingency plans for this weekend’s series in Atlanta between the Braves and Mets. Hurricane Ian, which made landfall as a Category Four storm in Florida on Wednesday, could bring heavy weekend rains in the Atlanta area. Options include shifting Friday’s game to a matinee and/or scheduling a split doubleheader on Sunday. The teams could also make up one or more games on Thursday, October 6th, the day after the regular season is set to conclude. A decision on how to proceed with the series may not be made until the morning of the scheduled opener on Friday.