Inning in a sentence | Use of the word inning examples

The Dodgers responded an inning later when a Logan Forsythe scored single Bellinger.

Soto’s homer, in the second inning, was his 14th this season.

Washington scored the next inning, thanks to Victor Robles’ speed.

Castellanos made it 2-1 in the bottom of the inning with his two-out homer to right-center that traveled an estimated 436 feet.

Morton, who has gone 11-0 in his run, left a shutout in the sixth inning or later for the fifth time this season.

He connected off CC Sabathia (3-4) in the first inning and Luis Cessa in the sixth.

Closer Will Smith threw a scoreless ninth inning to improve to 17-for-17 in save chances.

Playing in just his 11th big-league game, Taylor took Orioles starter Gabriel Ynoa (0-4) deep in the third inning to break a scoreless tie.

The lone run was Franmil Reyes’ 25th homer of the season leading off the second inning that temporarily reduced the Giants’ lead to 2-1.

The Giants added a fourth run in the inning on a single by Pillar and Slater’s second RBI double.

Eugenio Suarez hit a three-run homer in the first inning for the Reds, who held on after giving up three runs in the ninth.

He ended the inning by retiring Albert Almora.

He earned his 27th career save of more than one inning.

Lester struck out eight, walked two and threw 32 of his season-high 117 pitches in the first inning.

Pujols came to the plate in the first inning after Upton had doubled home Trout for a 1-0 lead.

After an 80-second ovation, Pujols flied out to center on the first pitch to end the inning.

The Yankees provided German all the offense he’d need in the first inning.

Gant then got Eugenio Suarez to pop out to shortstop on the first pitch to end the inning.

Indians 3, Royals 2 (10 innings) Jason Kipnis homered to lead off the 10th inning, and host Cleveland recorded a victory over Kansas City.

Brad Hand (4-2) picked up the win after retiring the side in order in the 10th inning.

Dahl delivered the game’s only scoring after a one-out single by Charlie Blackmon in the third inning.

For a moment, it looked like Anthony Rizzo of the Cubs had tied the game in the ninth inning with a 1-out home run.

Jurado struck out all three batters looking in the first inning, then gave up four runs in the third.

Votto exited the contest in the fifth inning with mid-back stiffness, the Reds announced.

Suarez sent a 1-1 changeup from Plesac over the wall in left field to push the Reds’ advantage to 4-1 in the sixth inning.

Voit exited in the fifth inning after his fourth hit (and third double) with tightness in his core muscle.

The Yankees scored six runs in the first inning and forced Red Sox starter Rick Porcello from the game after just one out.

But Boston came right back, scoring six in the bottom of the inning to knot the score.

The Yankees went ahead 8-6 on Gardner’s blast off Steven Wright (0-1) in the third inning.

Maldonado and Whit Merrifield added RBI singles later in the inning.

Kepler added an RBI single later in the inning to make it 3-2.

Kepler, who finished 3-for-5 with three RBIs, including a game-tying homer in the 13th inning, drove in Luis Arraez in the 17th.

Then he proceeded to strike out the next three batters, ending the inning.

Machado hit a solo homer in the third inning and finished 2-for-4 with two RBIs.

San Diego took charge with a four-run second inning after Trey Mancini’s RBI single put Baltimore up 1-0 in the first.

New York has led in the sixth inning or later in five of those losses.

Both starters had a short day during a game interrupted by a 70-minute rain delay following the second inning.

We all stopped recording to watch the 7th inning of that game.

These days I’m looking at pitchers throwing 20 pitches an inning and it’s just not the same.

Reliever J.B Wendelken (1-1) pitched two-thirds of an inning for the win.

Michael Feliz (2-3) took the loss, giving up the one run in one-plus inning.

Seattle’s Shed Long hit his first major league home run, a three-run drive to cap a five-run eighth inning.

Roenis Elias notched his sixth save with a scoreless 10th inning.

Blue Jays 8, Orioles 6 Rowdy Tellez hit a grand slam during a six-run fifth inning as visiting Toronto defeated Baltimore.

Derek Law opened for the Blue Jays and threw a scoreless inning before Edwin Jackson (1-4) earned the victory with five solid innings.

At first, their second inning response was a measly one run effort, but the fourth inning was a haunting display of homers.

Allen (1-0) also got his first big-league hit in the fifth inning and scored the game’s first run.

Moustakas departed the game an inning after his throwing error due to a contusion to his left hand.

Ryan struck out the side in the second inning.

Royals starter Homer Bailey allowed two runs on six hits and two walks in five-plus inning.

Plesac’s third walk of the inning, to Jorge Soler, produced another run and marked the end of the day for the starter.

The Mets answered in the bottom of the inning when Alonso doubled with one out and scored on Dominic Smith’s single.

The Rockies jumped out to an early lead when Nolan Arenado delivered an RBI single in the first inning.

Ian Desmond had an RBI single and Daniel Murphy drove in a run on a groundout in the third inning for a 3-1 advantage.

Joe Kelly (2-3) pitched a scoreless 11th inning to earn the victory.

Phegley’s home run, his ninth of the season, broke a scoreless tie in the fifth inning.

Franmil Reyes capped a three-run fifth inning against Patrick Corbin (5-4) with a line drive for a tie-breaking sacrifice fly.

Franmil Reyes drew a walk from Corbin leading off the inning and Hunter Renfroe followed with a two-run, 442-foot homer to left.

Manuel Margot opened the inning with a single.

Brault departed the contest against the Milwaukee Brewers, a 7-6 loss, in the fifth inning.

Marwin Gonzalez and Brian McCann then hit consecutive run-scoring singles before Darvish finally registered his first out of the inning.

Tom Murphy hit a three-run homer in the fifth inning to give the Mariners a 4-2 lead.

St. Louis opened the scoring in the fourth inning.

Astros starter Gerrit Cole recovered from a rocky first inning to deliver arguably his most dominant performance on the season.

Reds 1, Brewers 0 Luis Castillo took a no-hitter into the seventh inning, leading host Cincinnati to a win over Milwaukee.

Jesse Winker had three hits for the Reds and scored the game’s only run in the first inning.

Aroldis Chapman (2-1) earned the win despite squandering a two-run lead in the ninth inning.

Red Sox 8, Blue Jays 7 Pinch hitter Marco Hernandez homered with one out in the ninth inning, and Boston won at Toronto.

The Braves scored a run in the second inning when rookie Austin Riley hit a solo homer, his 11th.

The Phillies lost Realmuto in the fifth inning when he took a foul ball to the groin.

Realmuto finished the inning but was replaced by Andrew Knapp to start the bottom of the sixth.

Yolmer Sanchez had to leave the game in the third inning after getting spiked by first baseman Goodrum while diving back into first base.

Chicago took the lead in the bottom of the inning.

Detroit regained the advantage in the next inning.

The Tigers opened up a six-run lead in the next inning.

Cabrera, Christin Stewart and Castro doubled for the first two runs of the inning.

Jimenez cut Detroit’s lead to four with his homer to center in the bottom of the inning.

Stanton exited New York’s Tuesday game against the Toronto Blue Jays after the third inning due to a right knee contusion.

Sale’s 1-2 slider sailed inside and struck Moncada with no outs in the first inning.

Bumgarner would end up losing the battle, as manager Bruce Bochy removed him the very next inning after only 97 pitches.

Raisel Iglesias (2-7) retired the side on six pitches in the 11th inning to secure the victory.

Will Harris (3-1) got the win despite allowing one run in one inning, and Roberto Osuna pitched a scoreless ninth for his 18th save.

Houston trailed by three entering the seventh inning but rallied to take the lead.

Yimi Garcia (1-2) pitched a scoreless ninth inning for the victory.

Dickerson’s run-scoring doubles came in the second inning, scoring Kevin Pillar, and third, plating Brandon Belt and Pillar.

Adam Jones and Christian Walker had RBI hits in the inning, before Escobar made it 3-0 when he stole home.

Miami threatened in the third inning when Jorge Alfaro hit a leadoff double.

Sanchez walked Humberto Arteaga and Whit Merrifield to start the inning, Nicky Lopez singled to load the bases.

The inning ended when Lopez was out at home after Soler struck out.

Both teams scored a run in the first inning.

The Braves went ahead 5-3 on Freddie Freeman’s two-run double in the seventh inning.

The Rays never trailed in the game after scoring twice in the third inning against A’s starter Tanner Anderson (0-2).

The Angels scored in the bottom of the inning on Luis Rengifo’s sacrifice fly.

Cesar Puello’s run-scoring single in the bottom of the inning made it 8-3.

The new reliever, Jeff Brigham, walked Dexter Fowler and Bader to force in the second run of the inning.

Contreras, who extended his hitting streak to eight games, drove in another run in the fourth inning on a single that scored Baez.

Holt left the game in the fourth inning with an apparent hamstring injury as the result of the play.

The Padres rallied from six down in the ninth inning Friday and rallied again in the last inning Sunday.

The Padres scored three runs in the first, and Colorado answered with six in the bottom of the inning.

San Diego scored two in the second, and Colorado answered with three in its half of the inning.

That something regular was the bottom of the second inning, an inning of crisp offense from the Marlins.

But that string of usual things in the second inning is what stood out from this game.

Paxton was a career-best 3.5 WAR over 121 innings last season, striking out just under a batter per inning.

Fernando Rodney, selected from Triple-A Fresno earlier Tuesday, pitched a scoreless ninth inning for Washington.

Rojas was called out on strikes for the first out of the inning.

The Cubs scored three times in the fourth inning on Heyward’s two-run single and a wild pitch.

The White Sox broke through against Sampson in the fifth inning with three straight singles, the last by Tim Anderson to plate Eloy Jimenez.

Kelley worked a scoreless ninth inning for his 10th save in 14 chances.

Jesse Winker had three hits for the Reds and scored the game’s only run in the first inning.

Jansen put the first two runners aboard in the ninth inning but escaped unharmed.

Ross Stripling (3-2) pitched a scoreless eighth inning for the victory.

Texas’ Hunter Pence belted a two-run homer before exiting in the fifth inning with tightness in his right groin, the team announced.

Pirates 5, Marlins 4 Josh Bell hit a go-ahead RBI double in the seventh inning, helping visiting Pittsburgh rally past Miami.

Pirates reliever Richard Rodriguez (1-3) earned the win, pitching one scoreless inning.

Upton singled before Sam Gaviglio got the final out of the inning.

Ty Buttrey ended the inning by striking out Freddy Galvis.

Moran increased the gap to 7-1 later in the inning with an RBI double.

Bregman’s home run in the first inning, his 23rd of the season, gave Houston a quick 1-0 lead.

He needed only eight pitches to work a 1-2-3 eighth inning, reaching 90 mph on his fastball.

Martin also threw a scoreless inning vs. the D-backs on March 30.

In the ninth inning, Kepler hit an infield single to finish 4-for-4.

Kepler belted his third homer of the night and 15th of the season by jumping on a first-pitch fastball in the seventh inning.

Berrios’ night ended after Jose Ramirez reached on an error by Jonathan Schoop to lead off the seventh inning.

In the top of the inning, Omar Narvaez lined a one-out single to center off Aaron Wilkerson, who replaced Davies.

Nunez crushed his 19th homer to left field two batters later as Baltimore sent 11 batters to the plate in the inning.

The Rays tossed a bullpen game, with opener Ryne Stanek throwing a scoreless first inning.

The bottom of the Rays’ order set the table in the third inning with consecutive one-out singles by Joey Wendle and Heredia.

Raisel Iglesias (2-7) retired the side on six pitches in the 11th inning to secure the victory.

In the eighth inning, trailing, uh, 19-1, the Mets made the call to the bullpen and put Jose Reyes on the mound.

1 inning pitched, 5 hits, 2 home runs, 6 earned runs, and two walks (no strikeouts).

Later in the inning, Reyes got Soto to fly out for the final out of the inning.

Casali entered the game in the eighth inning.

Left fielder Dwight Smith Jr. came out in the fifth inning after earlier running face-first into the outfield wall to make a catch.

Los Angeles led 5-2 entering the fifth inning, when the Rockies sent 13 men to the plate and scored eight runs.

Chicago flexed its muscles early as Bryant deposited a first-pitch fastball from Lyles over the wall in right field in the first inning.

Ohtani got out of the inning without allowing a run to score.

But the second inning was more concerning.

Minnesota took a 1-0 lead in the first inning off opener Buck Farmer.

He’s only number six because of inning rules.

Cron, driving in Kepler who opened the inning with a walk.

The Mariners jumped on Keller early, scoring four runs in the first inning before making an out.

Vogelbach’s sacrifice fly to center brought home the final run of the inning.

Yelich’s soft single found its way into right field to plate Gamel before Moustakas’ sacrifice fly capped the scoring in the inning.

Adam Kolarek fanned all three batters in the eighth inning.

The five-run inning helped Milwaukee earn a split in the four-game series, taking the last two games against their National League Central rivals.

The Jays had already used two relievers in the inning.

Phillies manager Gabe Kapler was ejected in the fourth inning – the first ejection of his two-year managerial career.

Cubs right-hander Brandon Kintzler (2-0) earned the victory with two-thirds of an inning of scoreless relief.

Bellinger hit a sharp liner into the area in the first inning and it struck the woman, who hasn’t been identified.

The woman initially remained in her seat and Bellinger checked on her after the inning ended.

In the bottom of the inning, Choi drew a leadoff walk from Kline, and Garcia singled.

Padres manager Andy Green and Matt Strahm, the Padres’ starter and losing pitcher on Thursday, were also tossed out in the sixth inning.

San Diego scored three times in the first inning.

In the seventh inning, Wil Myers reached on a two-base error and scored on Kinsler’s double to make it 11-8.

Longoria and Pablo Sandoval also had RBI singles in the inning.

In the first inning, he struck out Anthony Rizzo with a slider inside.

Semien slammed an up-and-in fastball over the fence in left in the fifth inning to stretch the lead to 2-0.

Holt, Chavis and Betts had RBI singles in the inning.

The Red Sox made it 9-4 in the eighth with their third three-run inning of the game.

Nunez replaced Devers in the fifth inning after the third baseman departed due to right hamstring tightness.

The third was Detroit’s big inning.

Zach Duke (3-1) pitched one-third of an inning and got the win as four Cincinnati relievers combined for 3 1/3 scoreless innings.

Vazquez singled and Bradley doubled to start the inning, Betts walked with two outs, and Devers hit a two-run single.

Both starting pitchers got into two-out trouble in the third inning.

Sean Reid-Foley replaced Thornton and ended the inning on a groundout to shortstop by Bogaerts.

Colten Brewer replaced Price in the bottom of the seventh and allowed Jansen’s fifth homer of the season leading off the inning.

Luke Jackson pitched the 10th inning for his 11th save despite giving up a run, two hits and a walk.

I posited this theory to the people sitting around me sometime during the seventh inning.

Valdez (3-2) faced just two batters over the minimum while carrying a shutout into the fifth inning.

Detroit tied it in the bottom of the inning on back-to-back homers from Cabrera and Dixon.

Niko Goodrum started the scoring with a single to plate Hicks, who reached on an error to lead off the inning.

Yasiel Puig led off the fifth inning with a line-drive homer to center field to give the Reds a 1-0 lead.

Syndergaard left Saturday night’s 8-7 win over the St. Louis Cardinals in the seventh inning.

Vargas fouled off a 1-0 pitch while batting in the fourth inning, grimaced and bent over before coming out of the game.

Max Muncy singled to cap the inning and put the Dodgers up 9-4.

The Mets struck for two runs in the first inning when Robinson Cano hit an RBI single and Michael Conforto added a sacrifice fly.

With the Blue Jays up 1-0 in the fourth inning, the Orioles had a runner on second base and Manny Machado at the plate.

Instead, with the game tied in the 11th inning, Showalter turned to starting pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez.

In a tie game in the 11th inning, another runner on base doesn’t mean much.

Yelich’s second double in the fourth inning did manage to score Gamel for a 3-2 lead.

Christian Walker singled to open the 10th inning off Mark Melancon (3-2), and Jarrod Dyson walked with one out.

Evan Longoria singled and took third on Brandon Belt’s double to open the fourth inning.

Arizona took a 2-1 lead in the fourth inning.

The Diamondbacks did not score in the inning after Reyes Moronta entered.

Moronta got out of the inning on a groundout and a strikeout.

They could have added more but first baseman Reynolds made a leaping catch of Bellinger’s line drive to end the inning.

12 of the season, in the eighth inning, the ball estimated to travel at 447 feet.

The Angels’ other run of the game came on a two-out RBI single by Kole Calhoun in the sixth inning.

Matt Olson grounded to Orioles third baseman Rio Ruiz, who forced Phegley at the plate for the inning’s first out.

Pedro Severino singled off Fiers (7-3) to open the second inning.

Fiers was pulled with two on and two out in the seventh inning.

It’s foolish to call it after the second or third inning.”

Mahle allowed a bloop single to Brantley with one out in the first inning before retiring the next 12 batters.

You can see in the footage … Comrie needed a 7th inning stretch before the 7th inning!

Facing the division rival Nationals, he gave up five runs in an inning and a third, and walked off the field clutching his armpit.

New foil Max Muncy had an RBI single in the first inning, while Garlick added another RBI in the sixth.

The Giants’ Mike Yastrzemski hit a two-run home run in the seventh inning, his second homer of the series and fourth of the season.

Offensively, the Marlins are led by Garrett Cooper, who went 3-for-4 and scored the tie-breaking run in the fifth inning on Saturday.

Tim Locastro got the inning going against the third Giants pitcher, right-hander Sam Dyson (2-1), with a leadoff single.

Washington’s Wander Suero threw a perfect eighth inning, and closer Sean Doolittle did the same in the ninth for his 15th save.

The Padres also had a homer from Eric Hosmer but lost one in the second inning.

He needed only eight pitches to work a 1-2-3 eighth inning, reaching 90 mph on his fastball.

Martin also threw a scoreless inning against the D-backs on March 30.

Cardinals 2, Marlins 1 (11 innings) Paul Goldschmidt hit a walk-off homer in the 11th inning, giving host St. Louis a win over Miami.

John Gant (7-0) earned the win, pitching one scoreless inning.

Hill lasted just one scoreless inning, leaving as he warmed up for the second inning with left forearm discomfort.

The Dodgers had a chance to extend the lead in the seventh but ran into two outs on the bases to end the inning.

Margot made it 2-0 in the second inning with a home run that bounced off the top of the center field wall.

Muncy cut the deficit to 2-1 in the second inning with his 22nd homer of the season.

Tatis delivered the decisive blow with a three-run shot in the fifth inning, his 14th of the season.

Arizona tied the game at 1 in the bottom of the first inning.

Berrios gave up hits to the first two batters and then didn’t allow another hit until there were two outs in the sixth inning.

Sano led off the second inning with a 454-foot bomb to center for his ninth home run of the season.

Cave led off the eighth inning for the Twins with his first home run of the season, a 437-foot shot to right center.

However, he then hit Marco Hernandez with a pitch to keep the inning alive for Vazquez.

Wildness plagued Nelson in a three-run first inning as he walked two, plunked a batter and allowed two singles.

They have been outscored 177-125 after the sixth inning this season.

Right-hander Ryne Harper (3-0), the Twins’ third pitcher, picked up the win, despite allowing a run on two hits in his one inning.

Nick Senzel was 2-for-3 with a solo homer and stolen base before leaving the game with a headache in the fourth inning.

Dickerson hit a two-run triple as part of a four-run seventh inning and finished 3-for-5.

The Rays never trailed in the game after scoring twice in the third inning against A’s starter Tanner Anderson (0-2).

Indians 7, Tigers 6 Jason Kipnis belted a go-ahead RBI triple in the eighth inning as host Cleveland rallied past Detroit.

During the 37-minute first inning, Sanchez made it 3-0 by lining a 3-1 breaking ball into the right field seats for his 21st homer.

Arizona starter Taylor Clarke, from nearby Ashburn, Va., allowed three runs in the first inning in his first career start against Washington.

The Yankees did not get another hit until the seventh inning, which was their second six-run inning.

Jordan Luplow had an RBI single in the eighth inning to extend the Indians’ lead to 5-1.

Lindor got the ball rolling in the first inning by slapping a single to right field before stealing second base.

Peavy left the game in the next inning, but the Giants won 4-2. h/t Deadspin [MLB]

That crazy game against the Texas Rangers where he homered twice in one inning and drove in five runs?

Each team scored three runs in the second inning.

Zach Duke (3-1) pitched one-third of an inning and got the win as four Cincinnati relievers combined for 3 1/3 scoreless innings.

Jonathan Lucroy singled leading off the inning, Rengifo doubled and La Stella reached first on catcher interference to load the bases.

Hudson opened his second inning by hitting Francisco Mejia with a pitch then walking Josh Naylor.

Chad Green replaced Holder and got the first two outs of the inning but also gave up two infield hits.

Right-hander Yimi Garcia (1-2) pitched a scoreless ninth inning for the victory.

Arizona made it 3-0 in the second inning on Ahmed’s two-run home run, his eighth long ball of the year.

Stripling helped himself in the Dodgers’ half of the second inning with an RBI single.

Hernandez tied the score 3-3 with his two-run home run, a shot down the left field line in the fourth inning.

Scott Barlow (2-2) picked up the win with a scoreless eighth inning.

Tigers designated hitter Miguel Cabrera was ejected after the first inning for arguing balls and strikes.

Ian Kennedy picked up his fifth save in seven chances, striking out two in a perfect ninth inning.

Junis continues to struggle in the first inning, giving up a run in the frame for the ninth time in 14 starts.

Boston took the lead the next inning.

The Red Sox had a chance to add to their lead in the inning but Mookie Betts popped up with runners in scoring position.

The Tigers responded in the bottom of the inning with Dixon’s two-out, two-run homer.

Pena’s throwing error in the fifth inning brought home two runs for the Cardinals.

On Sunday, he was 0-6 heading into the bottom of the 12th inning, with runners on base and a chance to win the game.

Two of the runs Fiers allowed came on a home run by Mike Trout, his 16th of the season, in the fifth inning.

The Orioles needed Cashner at his best and, when he faltered a bit in the sixth inning, Santander provided timely support.

With two outs in the ninth inning, Orioles shortstop Richie Martin added some insurance with a two-run home run off Houston right-hander Reymin Guduan.

Mariners reliever Austin Adams, being used as an opener, lasted two-thirds of an inning, allowing three runs on three hits and two walks.

He pitched just 2 1/3 innings, allowing four runs on four hits, all in the third inning.

Cheslor Cuthbert got the Royals on the board with his third home run of the season in the second inning.

Martinez was removed in the fifth inning for a pinch hitter due to back spasms.

Jorge Soler’s 16th home run of the season cut the deficit to 4-3 in the fifth inning.

The specific at-bat seems to have come during the sixth inning, when Colon looked uninterested in swinging at the ball.

Mark Melancon (3-1), who pitched a scoreless seventh inning with two strikeouts, was credited with the win.

Paddock recorded his first career hit in the game, one of the Padres’ three infield singles in the fifth inning.

In the ninth inning, Kepler hit an infield single to finish 4-for-4.

Franmil Reyes capped a three-run fifth inning against Patrick Corbin (5-4) with a line drive for a tie-breaking sacrifice fly.

Kansas City’s Danny Duffy (3-3) pitched just 2 1/3 innings, allowing four runs on four hits, all in the third inning.

We got to that last inning of the game and we just got to the finish line and we were just gassed.

Joe Robinson had been lights out all year for us — he has trouble in that inning.

Yusmeiro Petit and Joakim Soria each tossed a hitless inning before Hendriks closed it out.

Houston fashioned a two-out rally against Brewers right-hander Brandon Woodruff in the fourth inning to take a 3-2 lead.

Bruce also doubled earlier for the Phillies, who trailed 4-0 as late as the sixth inning.

Texas’ Hunter Pence belted a two-run homer before exiting in the fifth inning with tightness in his right groin, the team announced.

Winker added an RBI single to center to ignite a three-run fifth inning.

He needed only eight pitches to work a 1-2-3 eighth inning.

Shawn Kelley notched his 11th save despite allowing two hits with two outs in the ninth inning, sealing Texas’ fifth consecutive win.

Tigers rookie right-hander Spencer Turnbull (3-8) left the game after the second inning due to an undisclosed injury.

Chicago extended its 1-0 lead in grand fashion after loading the bases with one out in the eighth inning.

Steve Cishek relieved Quintana and received an assist from Heyward to end the seventh inning.

Brad Hand (4-2) picked up the win after retiring the side in order in the 10th inning.

Carlos Santana hit a double to lead off the bottom of the fourth inning following a 2-hour, 23-minute rain delay.

Merrifield opened the scoring in the fourth inning by depositing a 1-0 slider from starter Adam Plutko over the wall in left-center field.

The inning ended on a double play in when pinch runner Jake Marisnick was ruled out after his collision with Angels catcher Jonathan Lucroy.

The Marlins twice loaded the bases in the ninth inning against closer Luke Jackson, but Miguel Rojas flied out to end the game.

A’s 7, Mariners 4 Matt Olson hit a three-run homer in a five-run first inning, and Oakland went on to defeat host Seattle.

Later in the inning, Robles hit a three-run shot off reliever Edubray Ramos for a 7-3 lead.

The win went to Javy Guerra (1-0), who threw a perfect sixth inning with two strikeouts.

James McCann drove in two runs for Chicago, which scored three in the first inning against former White Sox ace Chris Sale.

Boston got two runs back in the bottom of the first inning on Martinez’s 17th home run of the season.

Red Sox knuckleballer Steven Wright pitched a scoreless eighth inning in his season debut.

A strikeout and flyout ended the inning and stranded Galvis at third.

Guerrero singled and Justin Smoak walked to start the inning.

David Phelps replaced Thornton to start the seventh and gave up Chance Sisco’s sixth homer of the season to lead off the inning.

He pitched around a walk to complete the inning.

Fry finished the inning with a strikeout and a double-play grounder.

Victor Alcantara (3-1) was credited with the victory despite giving up two runs, one earned, in an inning of relief.

Rendon led off the inning with a homer to left.

He later scored on a sacrifice fly and then closed the door in the bottom of the inning for the 2-1 win.

3:25 pm: Giants still down 50 percent vs. their industry peer headed into back half of fiscal inning eight.

The Tigers got one of those runs back in the bottom of the inning.

The White Sox grabbed the lead in the top of the third inning.

Jake Diekman and Ian Kennedy each pitched a scoreless inning of relief to preserve the win, with Kennedy getting his fourth save.

Minnesota took a 1-0 lead in the first inning when Polanco belted his 11th home run of the season.

Yoan Lopez (1-1) pitched a scoreless eighth inning for his first career victory in 45 appearances.

Greinke gave himself the lead in the second inning when he lined a homer — his career-high third of the season — to left field.

Hirano then struck out Chris Taylor looking on a 3-2 fastball at the knees to end the inning.

In the Dodgers’ first inning, Bellinger hit an RBI double, Muncy drove in a run with a groundout and Taylor delivered an RBI double.

He retired nine of his first ten batters, throwing 22 of 27 pitches for strikes, and had a 1-0 lead in the fourth inning.

The next inning, Fulmer threw Cuthbert a flat slider that was lined for an RBI single.

Margot made it 2-0 in the second inning with a home run that bounced off the top of the center field wall.

Muncy cut the deficit to 2-1 in the second inning with his 22nd homer of the season.

Tatis delivered the decisive blow with a three-run shot in the fifth inning, his 14th of the season.

His fifth-inning homer allowed the A’s to draw even at 2-2 and ignited a two-run inning that gave Oakland the lead for good.

Harper’s solo shot in the 10th inning against the Phillies was his fourth—count it, fourth—consecutive home run in the past four games.

He was awarded an RBI on a bases-loaded, two-out catcher’s interference in the first inning.

His first jam came when the Cubs loaded the bases in the second inning, but he struck out Quintana to end the threat.

Other than one five-run inning, he allowed only three hits.

The Royals got on the board in the third inning with five runs.

They started the inning using small ball before Dozier’s three-run home run gave them a comfortable cushion.

The Rockies took a 2-0 lead in the fourth inning.

Colorado got the run back in the seventh inning.

The Yankees are losing to the Phillies 7-0 in the seventh inning.

The Royals pulled to within 2-1 when Jorge Soler hit a 445-foot home run with one out in the fourth inning.

It was the top of the third inning and John Jaso was up at bat looking at a 1-2 pitch.

Brian McCann and Ozzie Albies also had three hits and struck back-to-back homers for the Braves in the eighth inning.

Chris Taylor added an RBI fielder’s choice in the eighth inning, but Los Angeles lost for the second time in three games.

He needed just 16 pitches to finish the inning, and threw 10 of them for strikes, only giving up one hit to Domingo Santana.

Royals 6, Mariners 4 Jorge Soler hit a go-ahead, two-run homer in the eighth inning as Kansas City rallied to win at Seattle.

Martin Maldonado homered in the ninth inning for the Royals, who won for just the 10th time in 35 road games this season.

Scott Oberg (4-0) pitched an inning of relief, and Wade Davis got the final three outs for his eighth save.

Lindor’s run-scoring double off the wall in center field and Mercado’s RBI single to left capped a five-run, six-hit second inning.

David Bote, Anthony Rizzo and Kyle Schwarber homered for the Cubs, all three coming in the third inning.

Berrios then got Brock Holt to ground out to end the inning.

It took four pitches in the fourth inning for the Pirates to take a 1-0 lead.

Dickerson hit a two-run triple as part of a four-run seventh inning and finished 3-for-5, including a second-inning single.

Red Sox reliever Matt Barnes was credited with the win, working just one inning and giving up one hit.

The Angels scored three runs in the second inning off Morton, who had a 1.00 ERA over his past four starts, all victories.

Martinez connecting on run scoring singles to stake Boston to a 2-0 first inning lead.

The rollercoaster contest continued into the fifth as Sale opened the inning by issuing a leadoff walk to Brian Dozier.

Boston would not escape the inning without surrendering a run as Machado ground out to score Dozier and pull level at 3-3.

Donaldson clubbed his 16th homer of the season in the fourth inning to break open a scoreless game.

Riley smacked his 15th homer to highlight a six-run sixth inning that also featured Joyce’s third long ball of the year.

After allowing four runs in the first inning, the right-hander settled down and retired 13 in a row during one stretch.

Anderson highlighted Chicago’s first inning outburst with a two-out, bases-clearing double and scored on Yolmer Sanchez’s double one batter later.

Wilson, who lowered his ERA from 8.31 to 6.14, also picked up his first career hit in the third inning.

Devers grounded a single to center with two outs that plated Benintendi to cut it to 2-1 in the bottom of the inning.

Following a two-out single by Nick Ahmed, Derek Law replaced Stroman to finish the inning with a strikeout.

Kyle Ryan (2-1) picked up the victory by recording the final out of the eighth inning.

The Blue Jays lost starter Marcus Stroman with a left shoulder pectoral cramp two pitches into the fifth inning.

Verdugo broke a scoreless tie in the fourth inning with a 459-foot blast into the seats in right-center field off Darvish.

Martin’s bold decision in the eighth inning was the Indians’ first straight steal of home plate since Grady Sizemore on Aug. 26, 2005.

With the Cards leading 2-0 in the eighth inning, Fowler hit a three-run homer.

Tigers manager Ron Gardenhire was ejected during the sixth inning for arguing balls and strikes.

Solano opened the inning with a double, moved to third on a flyout and scored on a wild pitch.

Hernandez’s biggest mistake was a changeup that he threw to Carpenter in the third inning.

The Cardinals’ bullpen did the rest as Giovanny Gallegos, John Gant and Jordan Hicks each pitched one scoreless inning.

Altavilla allowed three runs in just two-thirds of an inning over two appearances with the Mariners this season.

Jake Bauers highlighted his three-hit performance by joining Roberto Perez and Tyler Naquin in belting back-to-back-to-back homers to open the seventh inning.

He struck out six and walked five before exiting in the eighth inning.

Texas’ Willie Calhoun launched a two-run homer in the ninth inning to cap the scoring.

Mercado led off the third inning by reaching on an error.

Cleveland salted the game away in the seventh, with Drew Smyly surrendering three straight homers to start the inning.

Dozier’s solo shot on a 3-2 pitch from Jake Arrieta (6-6) gave the Nationals a 1-0 lead in the second inning.

Washington’s Wander Suero threw a perfect eighth inning, and closer Sean Doolittle did the same in the ninth for his 15th save.

Last month, he ended the eighth inning with a 60 MPH pitch to strike out Baltimore’s Jonathan Schoop.

Third inning: At Yankee Stadium this afternoon, the Blue Jays, and all-star Josh Donaldson in particular, ran the highs-and-lows gamut like the Dickens.

Fifth inning: Donaldson reaches on a fielder’s choice.

Sixth inning: Donaldson gets jammed on an inside pitch from Sabathia.

Ninth inning: Blue Jays 7, Yankees 4 The end.

Derek Law opened for the Jays and threw a scoreless inning before Edwin Jackson (1-4) earned the victory with five solid innings.

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (RBI double) and Gurriel (RBI single) both drove in runs in that inning to put Toronto up 8-2.

Castillo (7-1) walked a career-high six batters, including Robinson Chirinos and Tyler White to open the top of the seventh inning.

Reds 8, Cubs 6 Rookie Nick Senzel capped a four-run eighth inning with a two-run bases-loaded single as Cincinnati beat visiting Chicago.

Lester struck out eight, walked two and threw 32 of his season-high 117 pitches in the first inning.

The Astros went 11-0-2 over the subsequent 13 series before the Reds ambushed Verlander with a three-run first inning.

It marked just the fifth time in his 15-year career that Verlander had allowed two homers in the first inning.

Alvarez over-slid the bag and was tagged out by Eugenio Suarez to snuff the threat and end the inning.

Velazquez grabbed his lower back during the 16th inning and was judged OK to continue.

However, while warming up prior to the 17th inning, he again pulled up and was removed from the game.

Realmuto during the third inning of Saturday’s game.

Texas opened the scoring on Nomar Mazara’s two-run home run to right field with two out in the first inning.

Detroit finally answered in the bottom of the inning on Candelario’s two-run shot off the right-field foul pole.

The Tigers pushed across three more runs before the inning was over to cut Boston’s lead to 7-6.

Chicago’s Zack Collins drilled a three-run home run in the second inning for his first career hit.

Scherzer allowed more than one hit in only one inning Saturday night, with only three Padres advancing into scoring position.

Braves reliever Luke Jackson picked up his 12th save with a scoreless ninth inning.

Andrew Benitendi hit a bases-loaded single in the tenth inning to give Boston the lead and they beat the Yankees 3-2.

He capped off a strong night for the Atlanta bullpen, which also got one scoreless inning apiece from Sean Newcomb and Anthony Swarzak.

Los Angeles led 5-2 entering the fifth inning, when the Rockies sent 13 men to the plate and scored eight runs.

Pirates 3, Brewers 2 Kevin Newman drove in the go-ahead run in the ninth inning, and visiting Pittsburgh rallied for a win against Milwaukee.

Seattle’s Austin Nola hit his first career homer in the third inning for the game’s first run.

The Padres led 2-1 before bad defense led directly to two Giants runs in the fifth inning.

Pillar’s home run came in the second inning, a solo shot that opened the scoring.

One inning later, Sisco hit a two-run home run to advance the lead to double digits.

Detroit tied the game in the bottom of the inning.

Kevin Kiermaier led off the inning with a double prior to d’Arnaud’s blast and had two hits.

In the bottom of the inning, Phil Maton walked Bryan Reynolds, struck out Starling Marte and give up a single to Josh Bell.

Former All-Star Scooter Gennett went 1-for-4 with an infield single in the seventh inning in his season debut for the Reds.

The Mariners opened the scoring in the first inning Thursday as Crawford went deep to right-center field off Michael Wacha.

The Mariners regained the lead in the bottom of the inning, scoring twice.

Paxton exited after allowing a leadoff double to Yuli Gurriel in the sixth inning.

Mikolas paid a price for walking Skaggs with two outs in the second inning to put runners on first and second.

Blackmon homered to tie the game 2-2 in the sixth inning, reaching the seats down the right field line.

The Dodgers lost third baseman Justin Turner in the fourth inning when he was ejected by plate umpire Chad Fairchild.

Justin Anderson replaced Skaggs and worked a 1-2-3 sixth inning.

The previous game, I came in to do an inning of relief.

The Orioles scored five runs in the fourth inning, three unearned as the result of two Blue Jays errors.

Nunez hit his 20th homer of the season for the inning’s first two runs.

Bummer helped the White Sox escape unscathed, though, inducing a 5-4-3 double play ball from Jorge Polanco to end the inning.

McCann’s home run with two out in the first inning gave Chicago a 2-0 lead.

The Rangers trailed 2-1 entering the ninth inning before Nomar Mazara hit a two-run single off Matt Barnes for a 3-2 edge.

After Tyler Mahle (2-7) surrendered two runs in the first inning, he ran into more trouble in the fifth.

Votto ripped a solo homer in the first inning, his fifth of the season, for a quick 1-0 Reds lead.

DeShields increased the lead to 7-0 by driving in Tim Federowicz with a sacrifice fly to right field in the sixth inning.

The Braves took a 1-0 lead in the second inning.

Smith pitched a perfect ninth inning to earn his 19th save in 19 chances this season.

The game-deciding run came in the sixth inning on a rare Dodgers defensive miscue.

Los Angeles’ Joc Pederson ended an 0-for-29 skid with an infield single in the fifth inning.

Chicago grabbed a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first inning.

Mickey Brantley had two hits, including an RBI triple in the fifth that scored Alex Bregman, who opened the inning with a single.

And for the third time, the opener allowed three runs in the first inning.

Hyun was running down a fly ball in left field during the 7th inning when some moron fired a beer can at him.

Eflin retired the first nine Arizona batters before Marte singled to open the fourth inning.

Warming up for the second inning, Hill was visited by trainers and manager Dave Roberts before exiting the game.

Hill had two strikeouts and threw 15 pitches in a 1-2-3 first inning.

Story was attempting a headfirst slide into second base in the sixth inning when he jammed his thumb.

Alzolay entered in the fifth inning, and struck out the side in the sixth.

Harper flied out to center to end the inning.

The Padres jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first inning.

Story made it 5-2 with a two-run homer, his 16th of the season, in the second inning.

Blackmon, who finished 4-for-5, got the run back in with a homer to center leading off the bottom of the inning.

Machado made it 6-4 when he lined a homer into the seats in left with one out in the fifth inning.

He hit his 12th homer in the ninth inning off Wade Davis.

His home run in the second inning tied the club’s first-half record previously held by Gil Hodges and Duke Snider.

Dodgers right-hander Joe Kelly (3-3) pitched a scoreless 10th inning to earn the victory.

Minnesota jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first inning against Rays’ opener Ryne Stanek.

He bounced back to earn the win despite a laborious first inning that saw him throw 33 pitches.

Pirates 6, Cubs 5 Corey Dickerson’s sacrifice fly produced the winning run in the ninth inning as host Pittsburgh edged Chicago.

Nunez crushed his 19th homer to left field two batters later as Baltimore sent 11 batters to the plate in the inning.

Donaldson clubbed his 16th homer of the season in the fourth inning to break open a scoreless game.

Riley smacked his 15th homer to highlight a six-run sixth inning that also featured Joyce’s third long ball of the year.

Waguespack (1-0) allowed three runs and six hits with four strikeouts in five-plus innings after the Blue Jays used an opener for one inning.

He stayed in the game but was replaced by Ryan McMahon at the start of the fifth inning.

Second baseman Luis Rengifo led the way with three hits, including a two-run single in the decisive third inning.

Oakland took an early lead when Ramon Laureano homered to lead off the second inning.

Branden Kline threw two innings before Paul Fry and Miguel Castro tossed one inning apiece to close the shutout.

Pivetta avoided a big inning by getting Eugenio Suarez to ground into a double play, scoring Senzel.

Baltimore made it 4-0 later in the inning on an Alberto two-run double.

The Rangers got to Bieber for a pair of runs in the first inning when Santana doubled and scored on a triple by Andrus.

“ Stanton exited Tuesday’s game against the Blue Jays after the third inning due to a right knee contusion.

Murphy homered deep into the upper deck in right in the eighth inning.

Gregorius went 2-for-4, although he was thrown out at second base in the second inning while attempting to stretch a single into a double.

New York opened the scoring on Frazier’s RBI double to center in the second before taking a 2-0 lead in the following inning.

Jake Diekman and Ian Kennedy each pitched a scoreless inning of relief to preserve the win, with Kennedy getting his fourth save.

Lopez got the Royals on the board with his homer in the second inning.

Gurriel clubbed a solo homer in the 10th inning to push Houston to a victory in the series opener Friday.

Stanton exited after the third inning, two innings after an awkward slide at third base, and he was headed for an MRI.

Verlander would get the last two outs of the inning to end his night.

Astros reliever Chris Devenski (2-0) gave up one hit and struck out one in one scoreless inning of work to get the win.

The Yankees used Chad Green as the opener after he threw 16 pitches in the eighth inning Monday.

Bruce also doubled earlier in a game the Phillies once trailed 4-0 as late as the sixth inning.

Green pitched a perfect first inning before Nestor Cortes Jr. (3-0) allowed two runs in 4 1/3 innings.

The Yankees trailed 2-1 until they scored three runs in the fifth inning.

Gary Sanchez capped the inning with an RBI single to the vacated right side of the infield on a defensive shift.

Maybin kept the inning going by drawing a walk that knocked out Valdez.

Marisnick hit his second homer of the night in the ninth and Alvarez hit an RBI double later in the inning.

In a Triple-A rehab game in early April, Isringhausen allowed three runs in the first inning.

Gio Urshela and Aaron Judge opened the 10th inning by drawing walks against Oliver Drake (0-1).

Aroldis Chapman (2-1) earned the win despite squandering the lead in the ninth inning.

Pillar mouthed the word to Jason Motte after he struck out during the 7th inning.

The Rockies came right back to tie it in the third inning.

The Mets got one back in the bottom of the inning with a two-out rally.

Closer Luke Jackson finished with a scoreless ninth inning in a non-save situation.

New York’s Jeff McNeil scored in the first inning on Michael Conforto’s grounder to shortstop.

The American League Central rivals resumed play after a 1-hour, 43-minute rain delay prior to the start of the seventh inning.

Lindor provided insurance in the eighth inning by crushing a first-pitch offering from Tyler Duffey well over the wall in right field.

Clippard was relieved by Tyler Olson, who surrendered a mammoth three-run homer to Buxton in the second inning.

Polanco’s 10th homer pushed Minnesota’s lead to 6-3 in the fifth inning before Cleveland answered in the bottom of the frame.

Bradley got a run back for the Red Sox on a solo shot, his eighth, in the bottom of the inning.

Later in the inning, Avila contributed a two-run shot for a 7-3 advantage.

Albert Almora Jr.’s 2016 Checklist: Score go-ahead run in the 10th inning of Game 7 of the World Series?

Craig Stammen’s sock game: Strong.Craig Stammen’s 8th inning: Also strong.He gets through the 8th on only 7️⃣ pitches!

As for Craig … he threw a perfect, 7-pitch eighth inning … but, of course, the Pads still lost.

He was much sharper in his second career start, limiting the Astros to a George Springer leadoff home run in the first inning.

But as a person in recovery—and as a person, full stop—I’ll enjoy every inning that Sabathia steps onto the mound.

Chicago fell behind 4-0 in the first inning but scored the next nine runs to notch its fifth victory in the past six games.

Cubs left-hander Jon Lester (5-4) overcame a rocky first inning to earn the win.

The Braves trailed 8-6 entering the ninth inning against Philadelphia closer Hector Neris (1-3).

Reid made the catch and dove at third for the double play and LSU survived the inning.

Alvarez homered with two outs in the fourth inning, his two-run blast extending the Houston lead to 10-0.

He connected off CC Sabathia (3-4) in the first inning and Luis Cessa in the sixth.

Rangers 7, Reds 1 Rougned Odor belted his fourth career grand slam in the fifth inning as visiting Texas recorded a victory over Cincinnati.

Miguel Rojas had led off the inning with a single off Juan Nicasio and advanced on Harold Ramirez’s double.

In the bottom of the inning, Cooper’s RBI single to right scored Ramirez from second and cut Philadelphia’s lead to 2-1.

Brandon Nimmo laced a clean single over second base on an 0-1 count to open the seventh inning and end the perfect-game bid.

Jake Diekman tossed one inning, and Keone Kela notched his 22nd save by getting the last three outs.

Thanks to January, the Expos batted out of order in the sixth inning.

By the start of the sixth inning, the Expos had cruised to a commanding 8-3 lead.

With the game seemingly in hand, manager Felipe Alou made a pair of changes at the top of the inning.

Aguilar went deep in the seventh inning, and Eric Thames and Aguilar homered in the eighth.

Reds first baseman Joey Votto committed a crucial error in the inning.

Jeff McNeil added a two-out RBI single for the Mets, who sent 10 batters to the plate in the inning.

They scored three runs in the eighth inning and one run in the ninth inning to make it 8-5.

“After the first inning, he pitched pretty well,” Detroit manager Brad Ausmus said.

Yarbrough (6-3) came on one batter into the second inning, replacing “opener” Ryne Stanek.

Corey Knebel (1-0) pitched a clean ninth inning for the win as Milwaukee handed St. Louis its ninth loss in 12 games.

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