Sunday’s Den: Wrapping up a sports Saturday……..

— Twins 9, Astros 3
Jose Miranda had hits in 12 consecutive at-bats, longest streak since 1952.
Minnesota led 7-1 after three innings.

— Rangers 4, Rays 3
Marcus Semien hit game-winning homer in 7th inning.
Last three games, Tampa Bay has left 30 men on base.

— New York 14, Red Sox 4
Rookie 1B Ben Rice hit three homers, knocked in seven runs.
UConn basketball coach Danny Hurley threw out the first pitch.

— Blue Jays 5, Mariners 4
Yariel Rodriguez tossed 6 shutout IP, got his first MLB win.
Seattle has struck out 10+ times in each of their last 11 games.

— A’s 19, Orioles 8
Oakland led 10-0 after two innings.
A’s hit five home runs; they’re 4-1 this week.

Famous birthdays, July 7th:
Ringo Starr, 84
Shelley Duvall, 75
Tim Teufel, 66

Matt Suhey, 66
Billy Campbell, 65
Ralph Sampson, 64

Jorja Fox, 56
Michael Westbrook, 52
Brandon McCarthy, 41

— Angels 7, Cubs 0
Tyler Anderson threw 8 shutout IP, struck out 10 Cubs.
Angels’ win ends their 5-game losing skid.

— Marlins 4, White Sox 3
Dane Myers’ 2-run homer in 7th inning was a game-winner.
White Sox ace Garrett Crochet threw 93 pitches in only 4 IP.

— Tigers 5, Reds 3
Cincinnati led 2-0 after seven innings.
Wenceel Perez hit a 2-run homer for Detroit in a 5-run 8th inning.

— Guardians 5, Giants 4
Cleveland led 4-0 in second inning, held on for dear life.
Guardians are 18-5 in their last 23 home games. 

— Rockies 3, Royals 1
Brenton Doyle homered for fourth time in five games.
Austin Gomber got his first win since May 15th, 

Word of the Day: Respect- A feeling of admiration for someone based on their abilities and/or qualities.

— Mets 5, Pirates 2
Luis Torrens had three hits, knocked in three runs.
Edwin Diaz got the save, in his first game back after a 10-game suspension.

— Nationals 14, Cardinals 6
Washington led 9-0 after the second inning.
Rookie James Wood hit his first major league home run,

— Braves 5, Phillies 1
Rookie P Spencer Schwellenbach allowed one run in 6 IP.
Marcell Ozuna, Ozzie Albies both hit two-run homers.

— Dodgers 5, Brewers 3
Will Smith homered in 1st inning, his 4th homer in four AB’s.
Shohei Ohtani, Miguel Vargas homered in the decisive 8th inning.

— Diamondbacks 7, Padres 5 (10)
San Diego left bases loaded in bottom of 9th.
Christian Walker had the game-winning hit in 10th inning. 

Author: Armadillo Sports

I've been involved in sports my whole life, now just write about them. I like to travel, mostly to Las Vegas- they have gambling there.