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Freddie Freeman went 2-for-4 with a two-run homer, powering the Dodgers to an 11-2 blowout victory over the Rockies in the second game of Tuesday’s doubleheader.
Freeman’s two-run shot off Rockies reliever Gavin Hollowell in the sixth inning was his 27th round-tripper of the year. The 34-year-old veteran slugger has cobbled together a sublime offensive campaign in his second season with the Dodgers, slashing .333/.410/.564 with 127 runs scored, 27 homers, 98 RBI and a career-high 22 stolen bases across 709 plate appearances in 156 games. Unreal.
Added 11:28 am (EST)
E. Montero - 1B
Elehuris Montero went 2-for-3 with a solo homer in the Rockies’ loss to the Dodgers in the second game of Tuesday’s doubleheader.
Montero got the Rockies on the scoreboard with a fifth-inning solo shot off burgeoning Dodgers ace Bobby Miller. It was his eighth long ball of the season. The 25-year-old slugger has shown some signs of life at the dish in the second half, batting .274 (43-for-157) with six homers in 45 games since the Midsummer Classic.
Added 11:25 am (EST)
Bobby Miller recorded a career-high nine strikeouts over seven innings of two-run ball on Tuesday in a win over the Rockies.
Miller drew the starting assignment for the second game of Tuesday’s doubleheader at Coors Field and wound up limiting Colorado’s offense to just a fifth-inning solo shot by Elehuris Montero and a sixth-inning RBI single by Nolan Jones. He fell just shy of his first career double-digit strikeout performance and didn’t hand out a free pass in a masterful effort in an extremely challenging ballpark. The hard-throwing 24-year-old right-hander is lined up to take the ball for Sunday’s regular-season finale against the Giants before playing a prominent role in the Dodgers’ postseason pitching plans. He’ll likely be on the mound for Game 1 of the NLDS.
Added 11:22 am (EST)
R. Feltner - SP
Ryan Feltner was shelled for five runs over three innings on Tuesday in a loss to the Rockies.
Feltner was rocked for five runs in a disastrous second inning and was ultimately lifted after needing 57 pitches (36 strikes) to complete three frames. He walked one batter and failed to record a strikeout.
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Ty France went 2-for-4 with a solo homer and a pair of runs scored on Tuesday night as the Mariners triumphed over the Astros 6-2 in Seattle.
France singled in the third inning then came around to score on a sacrifice fly off the bat of Julio Rodriguez. He then capped off the Mariners’ offense in the ballgame with a 404-foot solo shot off of Ryne Stanek in the eighth inning. With his two-hit attack, he’s hitting .251/.336/.365 with 11 homers and 57 RBI on the season.
Added 5:15 am (EST)
J. Rojas - 2B
Josh Rojas went 1-for-4 with a stolen base and a run scored as the Mariners defeated the Astros on Tuesday night.
The versatile 29-year-old started a rally with a one-out single in the fifth inning then swiped second base and scored on a throwing error by Kyle Tucker. On the season, he’s hitting an underwhelming .243/.303/.329 with three homers, 38 RBI and 12 stolen bases in 337 plate appearances.
Added 5:15 am (EST)
G. Kirby - SP
George Kirby picked his 12th victory of the season on Tuesday night, allowing just five hits and one walk over six innings of shutout baseball against the Astros.
The 25-year-old right-hander struck out four batters on the evening. The only scoring threat against him came in the opening inning, as the Astros issued an intentional walk to Kyle Tucker with one out to load the bases. Kirby then got Jose Abreu to ground into a fielder’s choice to force Jose Altuve at home before retiring Yainer Diaz on a ground ball to shortstop to end the threat. He was brilliant the rest of the night. Kirby generated 10 swings and misses on 84 pitches on the night — five each on his slider and fastball — while posting a CSW of 24 percent. Kirby now holds a 12-10 record, 3.46 ERA, 1.06 WHIP and a 165/19 K/BB ratio over 184 2/3 innings in 30 starts on the season. He’s lined up to take on the Rangers in the final day of the regular season on Sunday afternoon.
Added 5:14 am (EST)
Kyle Tucker singled, doubled and drew a walk on Tuesday night as the Astros fell to the Mariners in Seattle.
The 26-year-old outfielder was walked intentionally with one out in the opening inning, but the Astros were unable to push any runs across in the inning. He also singled in the sixth and doubled in the eighth inning, but the Astros were unable to cash him in. Tucker is enjoying another outstanding season at the plate — slashing .283/.370/.516 with 29 long balls, 110 RBI and 29 stolen bases across 656 plate appearances on the season.
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