Sports Peterson's 3 RBIs, Vogelbach homer helps Brewers top Reds

02:07  11 june  2021
02:07  11 june  2021 Source:   thecanadianpress.com

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Daily Recap: Daniel Vogelbach laced a three-run double in the Mariners' six-run 3 rd, then clubbed a two-run homer for 6 RBIs in a 12-5 win About Major League The National League, originally founded in 1876, consists of the following teams: Arizona Diamondbacks; Atlanta Braves; Chicago Cubs; Cincinnati Reds ; Colorado Rockies; Los Angeles Dodgers; Miami Marlins; Milwaukee Brewers ; New York Mets; Philadelphia Phillies; Pittsburgh Pirates; San Diego Padres; San Francisco Giants; St. Louis Cardinals; and Washington Nationals.

J.P. Crawford went 3 -for-5 with two doubles, a triple and three RBIs and Wade LeBlanc pitched five solid innings as the Seattle Mariners defeated the host Milwaukee Brewers 4-2 Wednesday night. The Mariners won for the second straight night in Milwaukee and for the sixth time in their past seven games. Mallex Smith led off the game with a triple to center field and scored on Crawford' s double to center. With one out, Daniel Vogelbach walked and Omar Narvaez then lined a run-scoring single to right. The Mariners made it 3 -0 in the second as Dee Gordon led off with a walk and stole second.

CINCINNATI (AP) — A rain delay changed Freddy Peralta's plan to pitch deeper into Thursday's game. The Milwaukee Brewers' bullpen seamlessly finished what he started.

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Peralta was rolling along through four innings and planning to pitch the fifth before the 37-minute delay. He had given up just two hits, one of them a Joey Votto homer in the second inning, but Brewers manager Craig Counsell decided not to get the right-hander up and warm warm again after the rain.

Four relievers kept Cincinnati in check, and Milwaukee cruised to a 7-2 win to take two of three from the Reds in the series. Brent Suter (7-3) allowed one run over two innings, and Brad Boxberger, Hoby Milner and Trevor Richards each threw a scoreless frame, with Richards striking out the Reds in order in the ninth.

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Daniel Vogelbach belted a pair of homers and drove in all five runs as the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Kansas City Royals 5- 3 on Sunday to sweep the three-game interleague matchup. Vogelbach , claimed by the Brewers off waivers earlier this month, hit a two-run home run to straightaway center with two Josh Hader retired the lone batter he faced to notch his 10th save in 12 tries after Salvador Perez hit a two-run homer in the ninth off Brent Suter to cut the lead to 5- 3 . The Royals plated their first run in the sixth on Whit Merrifield’ s RBI groundout. Keller, who pitched a five-hit shutout in an 11-0 win

RBI . Vogelbach , D. Vogelbach is 2nd in AAA in OPS, and Peterson and maybe even Kivlehan if you kind of squint showed signs of maybe not totally sucking after all. Most of the rest of the top of that list is populated by guys who only did it for about one year (Javy Lopez, Travis Hafner) or I think our history of AAA players who've raked then fried out speaks for itself, which doesn't help DJ' s case.

“As soon as we got the delay and we knew it going to be more than 30 minutes, they told me I was done for the day," Peralta said. “I wanted to stay in the game and throw the fifth and sixth innings, but it is what it is.”

Jace Peterson drove in three runs, and Daniel Vogelbach hit a two-run homer as the Brewers won for the 11th time in 13 games.

Peterson, promoted from Triple-A Nashville at the start of the series, blooped a tiebreaking, two-run single in a three-run sixth and added an RBI double in the eighth.

Vogelbach homered in the seventh, his sixth this season and second in as many days.

“I was able to get some pitches today that I was able to to put a good swing on, get some extra-base hits,” said Vogelbach, who also walked and scored in the sixth inning and doubled in the ninth.

Yelich leads Brewers' power surge in 7-4 win over Arizona

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Peterson isn't starting Monday' s game against the Cubs. Peterson had started each of the last two games and went hitless with one walk and three strikeouts in eight plate appearances. Keston Hiura will shift to second base Monday while Daniel Vogelbach starts at first base. Peterson will start in right field and will bat sixth Wednesday against the Reds . Peterson served as the Brewers ' leadoff man in Tuesday' s 3 -2 win, but he'll slide down the order in the series finale with Avisail Garcia rejoining the lineup.

In exchange, the Cubs are sending Triple-A first baseman Dan Vogelbach and Double-A right-hander Paul Blackburn to Seattle. Long rated as a top prospect in the Royals’ farm system, Montgomery went to Tampa Bay in the Wade Davis/Wil Myers/Jake Odorizzi/James Shields blockbuster and was ultimately flipped to Seattle last year for right-hander Erasmo Ramirez. The Cubs will have control of Montgomery for another five seasons beyond the 2016 campaign, so this is far from a short-term pickup for president of baseball operations Theo Epstein and GM Jed Hoyer.

Luis Castillo (2-9) gave up one hit in 5 2/3 innings and struck out seven. He left with a 2-1 lead after walking two batters in the sixth. Lucas Sims gave up Willy Adames' run-scoring double and Peterson's single.

“I really had a good outing," said Castillo, who has struggled mightily this season. "I was battling all day. Even with the break in the game, I was able to focus.”

Votto tied the score 1-1 with a 400-foot homer leading off the second, his first long ball since he was activated Tuesday after missing a month because of a broken thumb.

Jesse Winker had an RBI single in the fifth. Nick Castellanos had two hits, raising his major league-leading batting average to .357.


The Reds bullpen, whose 5.81 ERA is the worst in the majors, had another tough day. Although the Brewers' two sixth-inning runs were charged to Castillo, it was Sims who surrendered RBI hits to his first two batters. He lasted just one-third of an inning. Sean Doolittle gave up another two runs, and Art Warren gave up another before Ashton Goudeau managed a scoreless ninth.

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Daniel Vogelbach finishes 3 -for-4 with a double, a home run, a walk and four RBIs , lifting the Brewers to an 18- 3 win over the Cardinals. Sortable Team Stats Top Prospect Stats Affiliate Stats. Baltimore OriolesBaltimore Boston Red SoxBoston New York YankeesNY Yankees Tampa Bay RaysTampa Bay Toronto Blue Daniel Vogelbach homers , plates 4. September 15, 2020 | 00:01:45.

RBI . 5th: Peterson grounded out to first, Vogelbach to second. Votto homers , Bauer sharp as surging Reds top Brewers 6-1. Joey Votto homered for his first hit all season against Milwaukee, Trevor Bauer dominated on short rest, and the Cincinnati Reds won a pivotal series for playoff


Brewers: 3B Travis Shaw was put on the 10-day injured list after dislocating his left shoulder diving for a ground ball in the second inning Wednesday night. Luis Urías moved from second base to third for Thursday's game, and Peterson was installed at second. RHP Patrick Weigel was recalled from Triple-A Nashville to take Shaw's roster spot.

Reds: Manager David Bell said INF Mike Moustakas is running on his sore heel but a timetable for his return hasn't been set.


Brewers: RHP Brandon Woodruff (4-2) is expected to start the first game of a weekend set against the last-place Pirates in Pittsburgh on Friday night. RHP Chase De Jong (0-0) is set to go for the Pirates.

Reds: RHP Tyler Mahle (5-2) will be on the mound Friday as the Reds start a weekend series against LHP Kyle Freeland and visiting Colorado. Mahle is 3-0 with a 1.04 ERA in his last three starts.


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