April 18th MLB Simulation Results

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Aaron Judge, in his first game of the year, makes an immediate impact going 3 for 5 with 2 home runs and 4 RBI as the Yankees tell the Reds to take a seat 8-2. Jordan Montgomery collects his first win.

Alex Cobb picks up his 4th win as the Orioles one-up the Royals 4-3. Trey Mancini goes 2 for 5 with an RBI in his first game back since his surgery to remove a malignant tumor. Welcome back, Trey!

The Twins pound the Tigers today, 9-4. Max Kepler adds his name to the co-home run leader club by swatting his 9th of the year. Jose Berrios evens his record at 2-up allowing 2 runs over 7 1/3.

Eloy Jimenez hits an absolute rocket for his 6th home run as the White Sox send the Rangers home 5-4. Joey Gallo is a two-time sombrero award winner…over/under on the season is set at 12! What’s the record in this joint?

The Red Sox just keep on winning. This time they topple Cleveland 4-2. Rafael Devers getting it done again going 2 for 4 with his 5th jack. Colin McHugh making his 2020 debut goes 7 while giving up 2 runs for the victory. To make room for McHugh, the Sox send down Ryan Weber. Rusney Castillo was also sent back down as the boys from Beantown activate Alex Verdugo. Welcome to Boston, Alex!

“Khrush” Davis hits his 2nd home run in 2 games as the A’s smash the hopes and dreams of Seattle 12-1. AJ Puk left this one early. We hope to hear soon how severe an injury it is.

Tampa Bay scores 3 in the 2nd highlighted by a 2-run shot off the bat of Willy Adames as the Rays beat the Jays 3-2. Adames overall went 4 for 4 and is now hitting .366.

The Angels and the Astros combine for 28 hits and 22 runs as Los Angeles comes out on top by a score of 15-7. Albert Pujols goes 3 for 5 with his first home run and adds 3 RBI.

Small ball is NOT dead! The Nationals put up 12 runs on just 3 extra-base hits and ZERO home runs. Behind Victor Robles’ 3 for 4, 4 RBI performance, Washington puts down the Cubs 12-6 in their first game today.

Bryce Harper finally gets some ink by blasting his 4th long ball of the year. Aaron Nola joining the 4 win club as the Phillies weasel a 4-3 victory over Miami.

The Padres score 6 in the 6th led by and Austin Hedges 3-run bomb, That was enough for San Diego to cruise by the D’backs 8-2. Garrett Richards gives up 1 run over 5 1/3 to move to 2 and 2 on the season.

The Nats sweep their doubleheader by beating the Cubs 6-2 in the night game. Eric Thames hits his 5th homer of the year, but still isn’t over the .200 mark. All or nothing, right Mr. Thames?

The Mets score 1 in the bottom of the 10th to walk off against the Brewers 2-1. Noah Syndergaard pitches well in a no-decision going 7 2/3 giving up just the one run.

Adam Duval gets a clutch pinch-hit RBI in the 9th to end the Giants’ night. Billy Hamilton with 4 hits in the 3-2 loss to the Braves. Ronald Acuna runs wild in this one with 3 stolen bases. Mike Foltynewicz giving up 1 over 5 2/3 striking out 5.

Kolten Wong goes 3 for 5 with an RBI to help St. Louis win over the Rockies 5-2. Jack Flaherty starts the season 4 and 0.

Chris Archer and company keep the high-powered offense of the Dodgers in check as the Pirates win 4-2. Guillermo Heredia hits a 3-run shot while Archer yields one run over 5 1/3.

That does it for this day in baseball. Tomorrow we’ll dive into the league leaders, standings, and the major transactions of the week. For now, it’s time for season six of Bosch on Amazon Prime. If you haven’t caught any of this series, you’re missing out.

Til tomorrow!

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