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Blue Jays 3, Yankees 2: New York clung to a one-run lead until the eighth inning but then Rowdy Tellez checks: New York dropped two of three to the Blue Jays and is just sort of existing right now. Not a great time to simply be existing, ya know? Tigers 6, Indians 4: And yes, I know the game was in Cleveland.
He took the Northwest Orient charter back to Willow Run then he drove downtown. Orioles 8, White Sox 4: When these two teams get together you can throw out the records.
Really, please, throw out the records. No one wants to watch mid-September baseball between a couple of clubs with nearly combined losses. Rays 5, Athletics 4: Cron and Willy Adames homered early and Tampa Bay built up a lead before Oakland rallied for four in the ninth on a Khris Davis grand slam to make it interesting.
Which now and for a few weeks now has been the only remaining race in the American League. Nationals 6, Braves 4: The Braves maintained a six and a half game lead in the East, however, because. Marlins 6, Phillies 4: Philly lost to the Fish. Pirates 3, Brewers 2: The Buccos carried a lead into the ninth thanks to Trevor Williams tossing six scoreless.
The Brewers remain two and a half behind he Cubs. Astros 5, Diamondbacks 4: Yet another late rally that fell just short. Man there were a mess of these yesterday. Here Arizona put up three runs in the ninth to pull within one but no dice. Twins 9, Royals 6: Reds 2, Cubs 1: Luis Castillo allowed one run while pitching into the seventh and the Reds bullpen finished things off.
The Cubs scored only five runs in the three-game series, but they took two of three because the Reds scored only four.