MLB: San Diego invades D.C

Great game for the San Diego Padres, ending up 6-4 against the San Francisco Giants

When drive by Matt Carpenter rattled the field and brought Xander Bogaerts and Jake Cronenworth into the scorer in the eighth inning, fans at Alfredo Harp Helú and the Padres knew a win was close.

Josh Hader came to the rescue and confirmed it. San Diego scored its second win over San Francisco, now 6-4, to win the historic Mexico City series.

The rain of home runs seen on Saturday and the three hours and 44 minutes that Game 1 lasted were replaced in the second half by four home runs and two hours and 53 minutes of play… What didn’t change was the vitality. Fans at Alfredo Stadium, a sweet runaway.

With the Series capital in Frailes’ pocket, Major League Baseball (MLB) is saying goodbye to Mexico, but with a comeback coming in 2024. Even with venues and dates confirmed, the major leagues will continue to visit Mexico for another four years.

LaMonte Wade Jr. both hit. JD Davis and Mitch Haniger hit Yu Darvish with a home run, but San Diego rallied and came from behind to score the score for them. Once again, those from Bahia were unable to capitalize on the three-line advantage and suffered another setback in the season.

San Francisco has never played a series outside of the United States or Canada and may never want to leave home again.


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