© Reuters. MLB: New York Yankees at Toronto Blue Jays
Gerrit Cole was sharp, scoring eight to five innings. Luke Voit and Clint Frazier each had doubles and singles to lead the New York Yankees to an 8-3 win over hosts Toronto Blue Jays on Sunday in Dunedin, Florida.
Thairo Estrada cracked a triple home run with three innings, adding a stolen base for the Yankees.
Marcus Semien, Teoscar Hernandez and Kevin Smith scored home runs for the Blue Jays, whose starter Tanner Roark gave up seven well-deserved runs in 2 1/3 innings.
Braves 11, rays 1
Travis d’Arnaud had three hits, scored two hits and drove in two runs. Dansby Swanson secured a two-run homer when Atlanta rolled past hosts Tampa Bay in Port Charlotte, Florida. The brave starter Max Fried scored six strong innings, scoring five hits and only allowing one Ryan Boldt solo homer.
Tiger 5, Phillies 3
Akil Baddoo and Niko Goodrum blew up two homers and Michael Fulmer tossed three scoreless innings when a visit to Detroit Philadelphia stopped in Clearwater, Florida. Alec Bohm had two RBIs for the Phillies.
Marlins 4, Astros 2
Jazz Chisholm hit a homer with two runs in the sixth inning, Trevor Rogers (NYSE 🙂 allowed two runs in five innings, six of them, and Miami completed his visit to Houston near Jupiter, Florida. Zack Greinke gave up a deserved run by 4 1/3 innings for the Astros.
Twins 12, Orioles 7
JT Riddle, Kyle Garlick and Willians Astudillo hit home runs in the third inning to level starter JA Happ’s struggles, and Minnesota beat hosts Baltimore in Sarasota, Florida. Pedro Severino and Ryan Mountcastle hit home runs for the Orioles.
Mets 6, Nationals 2
Michael Conforto and Francisco Lindor parted ways with Max Scherzer and Jacob deGrom lowered his spring ERA by 4 1/3 innings to 0.66 as New York overtook hosts Washington in West Palm Beach for five innings for the Nationals.
Pirates 9, Red Sox 4
Adam Frazier had two doubles and three RBIs, Ke’Bryan Hayes tripled and singled and ran in two runs, and Bryan Reynolds hit a two run homer when Pittsburgh passed host Boston in Fort Myers, Florida. Kevin Plawecki had two hits for the Red Sox, whose starter Nick Pivetta was roughed up for six earned runs in four innings.
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