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Results in Major League Baseball (MLB) | July 2, 2022

We present you the scores that were given in the matches in the Major League Baseball.

In the activity that Major League Baseball (MLB) had this Saturday, July 2, Nolan Arenado commanded the victory of the St. Louis Cardinals who made history with four consecutive home runs, Chicago Cubs found their savior in an emergency relief, while The Los Angeles Dodgers once again beat their classic Southern California rival to come within a sweep.

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Summary of baseball games | July 2, 2022

After Nolan Arenado, Nolan Gorman, Juan Yepez and Dylan Carson homered off starter Kyle Gibson to make history for the first time in Major League history that a team hit four straight first-inning home runs, Arenado hit another tiebreaking homer in the ninth inning and the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Philadelphia Phillies 7-6.

Mark Leiter Jr. pitched 5 1/3 innings as an emergency reliever after starter Alec Mills had to leave the game with sore lower back after seven pitches, Nico Hoerner and Patrick Wisdom each had two hits and the Chicago Cubs capitalized on a pair of errors to beat the Boston Red Sox 3-1.

Freddie Freeman, Will Smith and Justin Turner homered over a seven-pitch stretch in the first inning, Tyler Anderson struck out six and the Los Angeles Dodgers continued their dominance over the San Diego Padres with a 7-2 win, their 14th in recent memory. 15 games between the great rivals of Southern California.

MLB results

Below we present the results that occurred on SATURDAY, JULY 2 in the Major Leagues:

Rays 6-2 Blue Jays (Game 1)

Rays 11-5 Blue Jays (Game 2)

Yankees 13-4 Guardians (Game 1)

Yankees 6-1 Guardians (Game 2)

Orioles 3-4 Twins

Cardinals 7-6 Phillies

White Sox 5-3 Giants

Marlins 5-3 Nationals

Brewers 4-7 Pirates

Angels 1-9 Astros

Royals 3-4 Tigers

Athletics 1-2 Mariners

Rangers 7-3 Mets

Braves 4-1 Reds

Red Sox 1-3 Cubs

Padres 2-7 Dodgers

Dbacks 7-11 Rockies

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