Giancarlo Stanton is not a happy camper. The star outfielder vented his frustrations over the Miami Marlins recent play following a 10-3 loss to the Philadelphia Phillies on Wednesday, which dropped them to 1-5 following the All-Star break and 11 1/2 games out of first place in the NL East. To Stanton’s credit he did everything he could to help Miami right the ship.
Elias Sports Bureau Red hot Dodgers set MLB mark The Dodgers took a 1–0 lead in the first inning against the White Sox and coasted to a 9–1 rain shortened victory that set an all-time major-league record. Los Angeles has won 44 consecutive games in which they held a lead of any size at any time. That broke a record held by the Cubs for 111 years. During the 1906 season, Chicago’s North Siders had a streak of 43 consecutive conversions of a lead into a win. The Cubs’ roster included four Hall of Famers: the renowned trio of Joe Tinker, Johnny Evers, and Frank Chance, and pitcher Mordecai Brown, who was credited with 10 of those 43 wins. Chance was also the team’s manager. Arenado homers in three
We had a full 15-game slate of MLB action Wednesday, with the usual mix of day and night games. Here is our recap of the day in baseball ... Wednesday's scores Chicago Cubs 8, Atlanta Braves 2 (box score) Philadelphia Phillies 10, Miami Marlins 3 (box score) New York Yankees 6, Minnesota Twins 1 (box score) Seattle Mariners 4, Houston Astros 1 (box score) Colorado Rockies 18, San Diego Padres 4 (box score) Oakland Athletics 7, Tampa Bay Rays 2 (box score) San Francisco Giants 5, Cleveland Indians 4 (box score) Pittsburgh Pirates 3, Milwaukee Brewers 2 in 10 innings (box score) Baltimore Orioles 10, Texas Rangers 2 (box score) New York Mets 7, St. Louis Cardinals 3 (box score) Arizona