La Jornada – Urías hits a pair of runs but the Orioles fall into the Rays

Mexican Ramon Urillas had two runs at home, but the Baltimore Orioles fell 5-4 to the Tampa Bay Rays in the MLB. A rally by Rays in the sixth inning ruined the impressive performance of Urías, who hit his first home run in the fourth, then hit two later in the ground run to the left. With the loss, the Orioles snapped a 10-game winning streak, the longest a club had won in a single season since 1999.

Three-colored Jose Orchidi also had an unfortunate day when he suffered a 5-1 loss to the Houston Astros against the Oakland Athletics.

Urquidy had a great start from 6 1/3 innings, but allowed three runs and nine strokes, leaving his team behind.

Blue Jays defeat the royal family

Meanwhile, the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Kansas City Royals 8-1 in two races at home by Tuskar Hernandez and Matt Chapman.

Hernandez and Chapman’s home runs backed the introduction of starter Alec Manoah (10-4), a sophomore right-winger who lost three games in a row for the first time in his young career. Did not walk and hit six.

Loyal Trevor Richards and Anthony Banda made a one-goal run to hold onto the victory.

The Royal Family, the last in the MLS Central and who only conceded their second loss in seven games, do not have 10 players because they were not vaccinated against Covid, so they cannot enter Canada.

In Miami, catcher JT Realmuto had three hits against his former team, and the Phillies finished in four straight games of defeats by beating the Marlins 2-1.

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The loser Alcantara (9-4) extended his goal-free inning streak to 25 before a pair of back-to-back doubles by Darek Hall and Realmuto gave Velez a lead. The right-hander made eight innings and hit 12.

After loading the bases, loyal Dominican Seranthóni Dominguez hit Miguel Rojas for her fourth save. Kyle Gibson (5-3) throws a one-round ball in six runs to win the Phillies.

Phillies Slugger Kyle Schwarber, who leads the National League with 28 home runs, has been defeated four times by Alcantara.

Alcantara retired from his first 13 hitters before Realmuto went single-handed in fifth.

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