Josh Reddick hit a two-run double in the bottom of the 10th inning and the Diamondbacks de Arizona they came from behind on Tuesday to beat the New York Mets 6-5.
Arizona overcame a four-run deficit and tied the score in the ninth on Josh Rojas’ two-out RBI single off New York closer Edwin Diaz, who blew his first save in 10 chances this season.
Pavin Smith had started the comeback with a three-run homer off starter Marcus Stroman in the sixth inning.
A little earlier, Rojas and Stroman got into an argument on the diamond that emptied the benches, but it did not come to blows.
Pinch hitter James McCann hit an RBI double off winning pitcher Alex Young (2-4), with no outs in the top of the 10th inning that served to lead the Mets 5-4. But New York couldn’t keep up the rent.
The loss went to Trevor May’s record (2-2) after conceding the deciding hit in a third of the inning.
For the Mets, Jonathan Villar 4-1, with a run scored. Puerto Ricans Francisco Lindor 5-1, with one scored and one produced; Tomás Nido 4-0. Venezuelan José Peraza 4-0, with one scored.
For the Diamondbacks, Ketel Marte 4-3, with one run; Domingo Leyba 1-0. Venezuelans Eduardo Escobar 5-2, with two runs scored; David Peralta 3-0.
Here all the results of yesterday’s session
· White Sox 5, Indians 6; by Chicago W. Sox, Yermín Mercedes 4-0 and Cleveland Amed Rosario 3-1 with two runs scored; José Ramírez 4-2, two doubles, scored and drove in one.
· Twins 4, Orioles 7; for Minnesota the Dominicans Nelson Cruz of 2-1 with a run scored, Polanco of 4-0 and Miguel Sanó of 4-0 and for Baltimore Maikel Franco of 4-1, a home run, with a run scored and an RBI, Pedro Severino of 4 -1, a home run, with a run scored and an RBI. Michael Pineda (4-3), was the defeated pitcher.
· Rays 3, NY, Yankees 5; for Tampa the Dominican Manuel Margot 1-0 and for NY. York Gary Sánchez 5-1 with a run scored, Miguel Andújar 5-1, a home run, with a run scored and an RBI.
· Marlins 1, Blue Jays 5; for Miami the Dominicans Starling Marte 4-2 with an RBI, Luis Marte 2-0 with a run scored, José Devers 1-0, Sandy Alcántara lost (2-5) and for Toronto Vladimir Guerrero 4-4 with a scored and three produced, Teoscar Hernández 4-0 with an RBI.
· Filis 17, Cincinnati 3; For Philadelphia the Dominican Jean Segura 5-2 with two runs scored and for the Reds, no Dominicans participated on offense.
· Nationals 11, Braves 6; for Washington the Dominicans Juan Soto 4-3 with four runs scored and four RBIs, Starlin Castro 5-1 with one scored and for Atlanta no Dominicans participated on offense.
· Tigers 10, Brewers 7; for Detroit Jeimer the Dominicans Candelario 5-0 with a run scored, Nomar Mazara 2-1 with one and Milwaukee Willy Adames 4-0.
· San Diego 3, Cubs 4; for the Padres the Dominicans Manny Machado 4-2, Fernando Tatis Jr. 3-0, Jorge Mateo 1-0; Tatis was injured in the match; for the Chicago Cubs Sergio Alcántara 3-2.
· Red Sox 1, Astros 5; for Boston the Dominicans Rafael Devers 4-0, Danny Santana 3-1 and for the Houston Dominicans did not participate on offense.
· Pirates 5, Royals 10; for Pittsburgh the Dominicans Gregory Polanco 4-0 with a RBI, Wilmer Difó 4-2 with a scored, Erik González 4-1 with a scored and for Kansas Carlos Santana 3-1 with two runs, Kelvin Gutiérrez 4 -1 with an annotated one.
· Vigilantes 2, Rockies 3; For Texas, Dominicans did not participate on offense and for Colorado Raimel Tapia went 5-0.
· NY. Mets 5, Diamondbacks 6; for New York the Dominican Jonathan Villar 4-1, with one scored and for Arizona Ketel Marte 4-3, with one scored; Domingo Leyba 1-0.
· THE. Angels 8, Giants 1; by. Angels Juan Lagares 5-0 and Dominicans did not participate on offense for the Giants.
· Athletics 12, Mariners 6; Dominicans on the offensive did not participate in the match.
· Cardinals 3, LA. Dodgers 2; for Los Angeles the Dominican Albert Pujols 2-0. Dominicans did not participate on the offensive for San Luis.