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MLB Recaps 5/13/16


Here is a quick look at some of the best MLB action from May 13th, 2016.

Chicago White Sox at New York Yankees

The 7-0 Chris Sale took on the 0-5 Luis Severino in this match-up.

Early on, Alex Avila doubled to drive in one and Jose Abreu drove in two with a single to give the Sox an early lead.

Chase Headley provided the only offense for the Bombers, as he hit a solo dinger in the bottom of the 2nd.

Adam Eaton and Jimmy Rollins each provided extra base hits to bring the Sox run total up to seven in the 3rd.

Chris Sale went the distance, only giving up one run on six hits with six punch-outs.

The Pale Hose took the first of the three game set at Yankee Stadium, 7-1.

Los Angeles Angels at Seattle Mariners

Nathan Karns took the hill in this one for the Mariners and Nick Tropeano did the same for the Angels.

Daniel Nava opened up the scoring, hitting a single to score Mike Trout in the 4th.

The Mariners would answer with 5 straight runs in the 4th, 5th and 6th via a homer by Nelson Cruz and a triple by Ketel Marte.

Kole Calhoun hit a single to score one in top of the 7th, and Mike Trout hit a double to score one as well.

Chris Ianetta then hit a home run to extend the Mariners lead to 3 going into the top of the 8th.

C.J. Cron was the hero late in this one, hitting a home run and a single to ultimately give the Angels the lead that they would hold onto.

Halos come out victorious 7-6.

St. Louis Cardinals at Los Angeles Dodgers

Ross Stripling for the Dodgers took on Michael Wacha for the Cardinals in this one.

St. Louis put up the first run in this one, on a ground out by Matt Adams.

The Dodgers then retaliated with four straight runs via a single by Trayce Thompson, Howie Kendrick and a double by Joc Pederson.

Aledmys Diaz hit a dinger in the 4th to shorten the to only two runs.

The Dodgers would score two more runs in the bottom half of the 4th to double their lead to four runs, 6-2.

Yadi Molina hit an RBI ground out for the Cards, Justin Turner reached on error and a run scored for the Dodgers and a wild pitch by Ross Stripling gave the Cards another run.


Yasiel Puig ended the scoring output with a solo home run, and the Dodgers would come out on top, 8-4.