MLB Roundup: Hicks sparks streak-ending comeback, Carrasco eclipses Rays and Dodgers take rare home loss

Eddie Rosario (20) receives congratulations from Joe Mauer (7) and Miguel Sano (22) after his three-run home run in the fourth inning. The Twins knocked 16 hits in their sixth straight win. (Photo: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports)

BOSTON RED SOX (65-50) 4
NEW YORK YANKEES (61-53) 5
NEW YORK, NY– Aaron Hicks hit a two-run home run in the Yankees comeback win to snap the Red Sox’ eight-game winning streak. Adam Warren threw two-and-one-third scoreless innings in relief for the Yankees, allowing one hit and striking out two. Andrew Benintendi and Hanley Ramirez each hit a home run and knocked in two runs for the Red Sox. Eduardo Rodriguez tossed six scoreless innings for the Red Sox, letting up two hits and two walks with seven strikeouts.

NEW YORK METS (52-61) 7
PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES (42-71) 6
PHILADELPHIA, PA– Yoenis Cespedes led the Mets with four RBI in their fourth win in the last 10 games. The  Mets’ Dominic Smith collected his first major league hit. Tommy Joseph had two RBI on two hits for the Phillies.

PITTSBURGH PIRATES (58-58) 4
TORONTO BLUE JAYS (54-61) 2
TORONTO, ON– Jameson Taillon pitched six innings in the Pirates second straight win and allowed two runs on six hits and one walk with seven strikeouts. Marcus Stroman lasted eight innings, giving up four unearned runs, four hits and one walk, while striking out four for the Blue Jays.

MINNESOTA TWINS (58-56) 9
DETROIT TIGERS (52-63) 4
DETROIT, MI– Max Kepler and Edddie Rosario combined for six RBI on six hits for the Twins, who have now won six straight games. Justin Upton drove in two runs on two hits for the Tigers.

COLORADO ROCKIES (65-50) 3
MIAMI MARLINS (54-60) 6
MIAMI, FL– Tomas Telis topped the Marlins with two RBI and two hits, making them 28-28 at home this season. Nolan Arenado hit a two-run home run for the Rockies.

CLEVELAND INDIANS (61-52) 5
TAMPA BAY RAYS (59-58) 0
ST. PETERSBURG, FL– Carlos Carrasco fanned 10 in eight scoreless innings for the Indians, giving up two hits and two walks to help them to a 30th road win this season.

HOUSTON ASTROS (71-44) 4
TEXAS RANGERS (55-59) 6
ARLINGTON, TX– Nomar Mazara and Carlos Gomez each went 2-for-4 with two RBI for the Rangers, handing the Astros a fourth straight loss. Cole Hamels tossed seven scoreless innings for the Rangers, letting up three hits and two walks, setting down five by strikeout. George Springer contributed a two-run home run for the Astros.

KANSAS CITY ROYALS (57-58) 3
CHICAGO WHITE SOX (45-68) 6
CHICAGO, IL– Tim Anderson smacked a two-run home run in the White Sox’ fourth straight win. Reynaldo Lopez hurled six innings with two runs, four hits and three walks allowed, fanning six for the White Sox. Mike Moustakas hit a pair of home runs for the Royals.

CINCINNATI REDS (49-67) 11
MILWAUKEE BREWERS (59-59) 10
MILWAUKEE, WI– Eugenio Suarez went 3-for-3 with two RBI for the Reds as the Brewers lost a sixth straight game. Eric Thames crushed a three-run home run for the Brewers.

ATLANTA BRAVES (51-62) 5
ST. LOUIS CARDINALS (60-56) 8
ST. LOUIS, MO– Paul DeJong added three RBI in the Cardinals’ seventh consecutive win. Adam Wainwright held the Braves to one run on four hits and three walks in five innings. Ozzie Albies cracked a three-run home run for the Braves. Luke Jackson punched out six in two-and-one-third scoreless, hitless innings in relief for the Braves.

CHICAGO CUBS (60-54) 8
ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS (64-51) 3
PHOENIX, AZ– Alex Avila knocked in a pair of runs for the Cubs, who handed the Diamondbacks a third straight loss. David Peralta smacked a tow-run home run for the Diamondbacks.

BALTIMORE ORIOLES (57-59) 4
OAKLAND ATHLETICS (51-65) 5
OAKLAND, CA– Matt Olson hit a two-run home run for the A’s. Jonathan Schoop plated two runs on two hits for the Orioles.

LOS ANGELES ANGELS (59-58) 6
SEATTLE MARINERS (59-58) 5
SEATTLE, WA– Albert Pujols had three hits and two RBI in the Angels’ fourth consecutive victory. Nelson Cruz plated two runs on three hits for the Mariners. Marco Gonzales pitched four-and-one-third innings, allowing one run on four hits and one walk.

SAN DIEGO PADRES (51-64) 4
LOS ANGELES DODGERS (81-34) 3
LOS ANGELES, CA– Manuel Margot hit two solo home runs for the Padres as the Dodgers dropped to 47-14 at home on the season. Cody Bellinger brought home two runs on three hits for the Dodgers.

WASHINGTON NATIONALS 
SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS           PPD

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