April 7th Baseball Roundup – Simulation

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Leading off the April 7th lineup we have the Indians doubling up the Twins 4-2. Francisco Lindor led the way going 2 for 4 with a solo shot in the 3rd inning and is now hitting .340.

Seattle dismantles the White Sox 13-4. Vogelbach is back in the headlines with his 4th home run while bringing his lackluster average up to .178. Yusei Kikuchi goes 8 and picks up his 2nd win of the season.

Are the Red Sox for real? Not today! Coming into today with a 9-2 record, the Sox dropped their meeting with the Rays 10-2. WIlly Adames goes 3 for 4 hitting his 3rd home run and moving back into the MLB top spot for RBI with 17 on the season.

The Royals hand the Tigers a loss 6-1. Brett Phillips cranked a second inning grand slam and Brad Keller took it from there, pitching 7 strong while striking out 8.

The Astros beat the Mets by a score of 8-3. Michael Brantley went 3 for 4 with a pair of doubles and plating 3.

The Angels spoiled the Athletics’ night by scoring 5 runs in the 9th to take the contest 6-5. the oldest positional player in the majors, Albert Pujols, picked a fine time to hit his first home run of the year, hitting a 3 run shot in their big inning.

Mark Payton had himself a day today hitting 3 balls out of the yard as the Reds top the Braves 8-6.

The Marlins figured out the Nationals in the 10th inning of their 7-6 victory. Stephen Strasburg pitched five innings while striking out 8 in the no-decision.

Toronto shuts out Philadelphia 4-0. Rookie Nate Pearson going 5 1/3 innings, striking out 5 while picking up his second win.

The Bucs win at home taking out the Cubs 4-2. JT Riddle hit a Yu Darvish offering over the fence for his first home run this season.

The Padres got to the Braves early, winning 4-1. Chris Paddack went 6 innings, walking 2 and striking out 3 to put him at 2-1 with a 1.50 ERA.

The Cardinals bounce back after yesterday’s 14th inning affair, beating the Dodgers 4-1. Jack Flaherty moving to 3 and 0 this season.

Texas Ranger, Danny Santana, knocked one out in the 10th off of Colorado reliever, Jairo Diaz, to win 4-3

Today’s final match up offered a little bit of history. Evan Longoria hit his 300th career home run off of Madison Bumgarner, but it wasn’t until Wilmer Flores hit a two-run walk off home run to put it out of Arizona’s reach. Bumgarner pitched 8 while just making that one mistake that Longoria took advantage of.

That’ll do it, boys and girls. Til tomorrow.

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