MLB summary of the National League June 1, 2021: the Phillies are having a blast; Fernando Tatis injured


The Philadelphia Phillies outscored the Cincinnati Reds 17-3 on Tuesday.

They thus put an end to a shortage of three consecutive losses, including the last of 11-1 suffered at the hands of the Reds on Monday and which they were therefore able to avenge tonight.

Odubel Herrera and Andrew McCutchen each had two home runs for a team total of seven.

Matt Joyce topped it off with a grand slam in the ninth inning at the expense of Alex Blandino.

Herrera, McCutchen and Rhys Hoskins hit a long ball in a six-run sixth inning. McCutchen’s second, good for three points, came in the eighth.

Hoskins added a one-run double in the fifth to extend his streak with at least one hit to 10.

Despite the loss, Nick Castellanos extended his to 18 games, the longest for the Majors this season, thanks to a single and a double.

The Padres lose Tatis and the match

The Chicago Cubs defeated the San Diego Padres 4-3.

In the defeat, the Padres lost the services of Fernando Tatis.

Tatis left the game in the sixth inning with stiffness in his oblique muscles after hitting a ball.

He was replaced by shortstop Ha-Seong Kim later.

Tatis has 16 home runs this season, batting .293.

Patrick Wisdom hit his third home run in two games. Willson Contreras also walked through the fence.

In the other matches in the National stadiums:

Washington 11 – Atlanta 6
WAS: Ryan Zimmerman and Juan Soto each hit a 2-run homerun. Stephen Strasburg was released after 1 inning and a third after being hit by the left arm on a strike from William Contreras
ATL: They faced 14 hits

Detroit 10 – Milwaukee 7
DET: Eric Haase and Jonathan Schoop got 2 CC each
MIL: Kolten Wong and Tyrone Taylor did the same

Texas 2 – Colorado 3 (11th inning)
TEX: Rangers suffer 13th straight road loss
COL: Ryan McMahon scored the winning point after a bad Brett Martin throw

Angels of LA 8 – San Francisco 1
LAA: Anthony Rendon produced 5 points, as Max Stassi hit a one-run double on his return from concussion
SF: Donovan Solano produced his only point on a single in the 7th inning

New York Mets 5- Arizona 6 (10th inning)
NYM: Mets escaped 4-point lead
ARI: Josh Reddick hit the 2-point double that made the difference in 10th

St Louis 3 – LA Dodgers 2



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