Corey Kluber stopped by punch to 11 in eight innings to reach his nineteenth victory, the highest number in his career in the majors, and Cleveland Indians they beat 5-3 Chicago White Sox.
Kluber (19-7) gave up three runs and reached 200 strikeouts for the fifth consecutive season. He has won 18 matches in three of the past four seasons, including his two Cy Young awards in 2014 and 2017.
Venezuelan Omar Narvaez got a passport and Matt Davidson singled with two outs in the eighth, but Kluber retired Ryan LaMarre with a groundout.
The Dominican second baseman of the Indians, José Ramírez, was hit by Carlos Rodon in the left arm in the fifth inning and walked to first base with signs of pain. Ramirez spoke with manager Terry Francona and a team-kinesiologist, but remained in the game.
Jason Kipnis hit a homerun and Cuban Yandy Diaz added an unstoppable two runs in the fifth, when Cleveland scored three runs.
Andrew Miller struckout third in the ninth, but allowed the potential run of the draw to be included. With one out, the Welington Castillo struck with a strikeout, but that was first by a purely Brazilian Brazilian catcher Yan Gomes.
The lefty Miller, three times on the disabled list, got his second save and the first since April 9th.
Rodon (6-6) allowed five runs in seven innings. Palka and Narvaez hit homers in the sixth for the White Sox.
Chicago-slugger Jose Abreu will miss the series because of an infection in his right thigh. The Cuban hits for .320 (16 out of 50) with five homers and 12 produced in his career against Kluber.
For the White Sox, the Venezuelans Sanchez from 5-1 with one produced, Avisail Garcia from 4-0 and Narvaez from 4-2 with one scored and one dragged. The Cuban Yoan Moncada from 4-2. The Dominican Castillo 1-0.
For the Indians, the Puerto Rican Francisco Lindor scored 3-1 with one. The Dominicans Ramírez 3-1 scored with one run and Melky Cabrera 4-1 with one run and one that was scored. The Cubans Diaz 3-1 with two RBI & # 39; s and Yonder Alonso 3-1.
Orioles accumulate 108 defeats
the Orioles They fell 6-4 on Tuesday Toronto Blue Jays, with which they imposed an undesirable record of the equipment, when they added 108 defeats in the campaign, the greater since they arrived Baltimore in 1954.
In 1988 the Orioles started the season with a record of 0-21 and ended with 54-107, which represented the worst record of the club. The absolute record of the franchise is 111 trips, determined by the Browns of San Luis in 1939.
And it seems likely that the Orioles also break that sign.
Baltimore won 4-2 in the seventh inning. An error by third baseman Steve Wilkerson in an attempt, after a grounder by Teoscar Hernandez resulted in two runs. Cuban Lourdes Gurriel Jr. followed with a single to bring in a new pair of relievers against reliever Paul Fry and Toronto took the lead with a 6-4 score.
Dylan Bundy (8-15) started well for the Orioles, before being relieved in the seventh with two outs. In the end, he finished in five runs (two earned) and seven hits, during a job with six strikeouts.
Bundy did not allow home matches for the first time since 23 June. In 13 consecutive starts he was connected by bambinazo.
Reliever Jake Petricka (3-1) solved two chapters without tolerating scoring. Tyler Clippard tied the Orioles in the eighth and Ken Giles scored his 23rd save.
For the Blue Jays, the Dominican Hernandez scored 2-0 with one scoring. Cubans Gurriel 3-2 with two RBI's, Aledmys Diaz 4-2 with one run scored.
For the Orioles, the Dominican Jonathan Villar of 3-0. The Venezuelan Breyvic Valera 3-0 with a dragged.