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Recap Roundups
May 19, 2017
Milwaukee 6, Chi. Cubs 3
Wily Peralta may now be working out of the bullpen but he's still picking up victories for the Milwaukee Brewers.
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Philadelphia 7, Pittsburgh 2
Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Jeremy Hellickson did not want to leave the game, but he already made his mark on the Pittsburgh Pirates on Friday.
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Baltimore 5, Toronto 3
Welington Castillo came off the disabled list earlier this week and started hitting well right away, giving the Baltimore Orioles a lift on offense. He continued his hot streak on Friday night in series opener with the Toronto Blue Jays.
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Colorado 12, Cincinnati 6
Bud Black managed Alexi Amarista for four seasons in San Diego and thought his versatility in the field was worth the Colorado Rockies signing the utility man to a free-agent contract in January.
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NY Mets 3, LA Angels 0
The New York Mets' blueprint for success was on display Friday night. Finally.
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Tampa Bay 5, NY Yankees 4
Tampa Bay Rays manager Kevin Cash said third baseman Evan Longoria needed Thursday off after the team's long road trip.
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Texas 5, Detroit 3
The Texas Rangers brought some of their home magic with them to Detroit.
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Atlanta 7, Washington 4
After leaving 11 runners on base and having another thrown out at the plate, the Atlanta Braves finally got to the shaky Washington Nationals' bullpen on Friday night.
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Cleveland 5, Houston 3
Cleveland Indians right-hander Trevor Bauer again pitched effectively enough against an opponent he has tormented throughout his career.
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Minnesota 4, Kansas City 3
Kennys Vargas hasn't had a ton of at bats so far this year for the Minnesota Twins. When Vargas does have a chance to play, he tries to make the most of it.
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San Francisco 6, St. Louis 5
Poor pitching and a rash of injuries have put the San Francisco Giants in an early hole in the National League West.
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Oakland 3, Boston 2
Oakland Athletics right fielder Mark Canha had already doubled and tripled off five-time American League All-Star Chris Sale when he stepped to the plate leading off the bottom of the 10th inning of a tie game against the Boston Red Sox on Friday night.
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Chi. White Sox 2, Seattle 1
Another outstanding start led to another no-decision for Jose Quintana.
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LA Dodgers 7, Miami 2
Miami Marlins manager Don Mattingly pointed fingers at his former employer, the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Dodgers pleaded innocence and believed the Marlins initiated a ninth-inning confrontation between the two clubs.
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Arizona 10, San Diego 1
Jered Weaver is a three-time All-Star and a former American League Cy Young Award runner-up.
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