Aaron Judge fires Homer #53 while the Yankees avoid a Rys sweep

The losing 2-0 Tampa Bay team tried to rush in the ninth game against them Clay Holmesthe fourth loyal Yankees. David Peralta He led his double in the match and scored a single goal by hitting the hitter Francisco Mejia.

Jonathan Aranda Doubled with two outs before Holmes hits Yandy Diaz He looks at the court 3-2 to save him the number 18.

Yankees manager Aaron Bon He was sent off in the fifth inning Vic Carabaza Controversy after Tampa Bay Taylor Walls Arrived on the intervention catcher.

After the match, the Yankees declared defensive player Andrew Benintende He has a broken right wrist and will need surgery, but Boone said he did not know if it was an injury at the end of the season.

Benintendi will be examined again by doctors Monday again in New York. He was injured while rocking Friday night and was put on the 10-day casualty list the next day.

Pujols scores 695th in the win

Albert Pujols I collected the house number 695 in the eighth and Miles Micholas He threw an eight innings stop to lead the Cardinals to a 2-0 win over the Cubs in St. Louis.

Pujols dug out the two-stroke from the Savior Brandon Hughes (2-2). A future Hall of Famer, only Pujols tracks Barry Bonds (762), Hank Aaron (755), Babe Ruth (714) and Alex Rodriguez (696) in the all-time list.

Puols has seven teammates in his career, and two this season. He fought against 451 different shooters, which is an all-time record.

St. Louis have won four in a row, 18 of their last 20 home games and are a season’s best in 24 games over 0.500 at 79-55. This was the Cardinals’ eighth series sweep of the season.

Blue Jays sweep

Tuscar Hernandez He delivered the RBI single in the seventh inning and the Blue Jays beat the Pirates, 4-3, to complete a three-game sweep of Pittsburgh.

Hernandez lined up shot in the middle Duane Underwood Jr. (1-5) with two outs to push the Toronto in front and the bull did the rest. The Blue Jays improved to their 14th best of the season over 0.500 games to maintain their dominance of the third and final place in the MLS.

Toronto kicks off a four-game streak against Baltimore, two and a half games behind Toronto, starting Monday at Camden Yards. The Orioles, 5-0, were closed by athletics on Sunday.

Hernandez and Christian Kirk Both had two successful hits for Toronto, who won five of six and 12 of 17. Kavan Biggio He hit his fifth home of the season and second in five days for the Blue Jays.

Rookie shortstop Anil Cruz He achieved his twelfth career at home with the Pirates team.

Galen tied with longest goal-free starting streak

Zach Galen He tied for a major league record with his sixth consecutive goalless start, leading the Diamondbacks to a 5-1 victory over the Brewers in Phoenix.

Galen (11-2) extended his goalless streak to 41⅓ rounds. Only two separate beds and walks in seven turns were allowed. He hit seven and the last 11 players he faced retired.

Gallen draw Don Drysdale (1968), Uriel Hirscher (1988) and Zack Greene (2015), all with the Dodgers, by not letting the run into his sixth straight start. Hersheyer set the MLB record with 59 consecutive goalless runs.

In those six games, Gallen is 5-0 with 0.58 WHIP. He allowed 16 hits, walked eight times and hit 46 on his point-free streak. It’s a far cry from matching the Diamondbacks’ 42-round franchise record, set by Brandon Webb in 2007.

Dolton Farshaw Homer hit his 20th and helped keep Gallen’s goal-free streak with the run Tyrone Taylor Push to the right position per second. The catch came with two outs and a runner in the beginning.

Gallen allowed no more than one starting player in any turn and hit the side in the fifth inning.

Zach Gallen’s sixth consecutive goalless start tied three former Dodgers bowlers for an MLB record.Ross D. Franklin/The Associated Press

The rain, the rain is finally disappearing

After a rain delay of more than 4½ hours, a few hundred fans were left in the stadium of progress when Sunday’s game between the Seattle Mariners and the Cleveland Guardians resumed in the fourth inning.

The official delay was 4 hours 33 minutes and both teams consulted Major League Baseball throughout the break. With both teams competing for the play-off match and not much good travel logistics in the final month of the regular season, the decision was made to wait for the rain to end.

There is no official record of rainfall delays. In 2013, the Kansas City game in St. Louis was postponed for 4:32 before it resumed in the ninth inning. In 1990, the Texas at Chicago White Sox never started and was called up after waiting for 7:23.

Mistrial announced in the Wetteland trial

Texas judge declares wrongful trial in child sexual abuse case against former All-Star pitcher and World Series MVP John Wetland After a dead end in front of the jury.

The Denton County jury told the judge Lee Anne Breading Three times it was divided before Friday’s announcement of the invalidity of the trial. Wetteland, who played with the Rangers, Yankees and Mariners, was tried on three counts of severe sexual abuse of a child.

It was not clear if prosecutors would retry the 56-year-old, who faces 25 years in prison for life, if convicted.

Authorities accused Wetteland of sexually abusing a child three times between 2004 and 2006, starting when the child was 4 years old. Wetland, who pleaded not guilty, testified in his own defense and said the accused’s account of the sexual assault was a lie.

The accused, now 22, said the abuse occurred in the master bathroom of Wetteland’s home in Bartonville, Texas. Wetland’s lawyers said the accused was manipulated into making false accusations.

Mahle is back, back on IL in 24 hours

What’s next for Mahalla?Chase Angelo Dean/Getty Images

Right twin position Tyler Mahley Once again on the 15-day casualty list, which raises questions about their rotation through a difficult period. He left a penalty shootout on Saturday 13-0 at the White Sox due to a sore shoulder. He has been charged with a four- and five-stroke in two runs on his fourth start since being acquired on August 2 in a business deal with Cincinnati. The 27-year-old from IL was activated before the game after being sidelined previously due to a shoulder infection. . . put tigers Miguel Cabrera In the injured list for 10 days with straining the left biceps. The move comes in retrospect to Saturday for the 39-year-old designated hitter and first baseman. Cabrera hits .256 with four wrecks and 37 RBIs in 102 games in his 20th year in the majors. . . Feliz mode as a defensive player Nick Castellanos In the wounded list for 10 days with a correct oblique stress. The move comes retroactively until Saturday. Castellanos, in the first season of a five-year $100 million contract in free agency, hits .265 with 13 home runs and 61 RBI. . . Meets Ice Max Scherzer He said he feels healthy on Sunday, the day after he was discharged after a start after five rounds due to fatigue on his left side. The three-time winner of the Cy Young Award stayed on schedule to start Friday night for New York’s Leading New Yorker in Miami. Scherzer missed nearly seven weeks earlier this season with a left left injury.