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Daniel Mur­phy’s one-out RBI sin­gle in the 10th in­ning capped the Wash­ing­ton Na­tion­als’ 5-4 come­back vic­tory over the At­lanta Braves on Fri­day.

Adrian Sanchez led off the 10th against Ian Krol (1-2) with his first ma­jor-league hit and two bat­ters later moved to third on Ryan Zim­mer­man’s sin­gle. Mur­phy then lofted an op­po­site-field sin­gle over left fielder Matt Kemp’s head to win it for Wash­ing­ton.

Matt Al­bers (5-1) in­duced Kemp’s dou­ble play grounder to end the 10th to help the Na­tion­als es­cape a two-on jam.


Kris Bryant hit two homers and drove in four runs, An­thony Rizzo went deep and the Cubs beat the Pitts­burgh Pi­rates 6-1. Rizzo chased Trevor Wil­liams with a two-run drive in the fourth that made it 3-0. Bryant hit a solo shot against Jhan Marinez in the sixth that cleared the left­field bleach­ers and added a two-run drive in the eighth off An­to­nio Bas­tardo. … Austin Hedges hit a pair of solo homers and had a tiebreak­ing sacri­fice fly in the ninth, Jose Pirela also went deep and the Padres beat the Phillies 4-3. … Dustin Pe­droia, Jackie Bradley Jr. and Han­ley Ramirez all home­red, Drew Pomer­anz won his third con­sec­u­tive start, and the Red Sox beat the Rays 8-3. Pe­droia hit a two-run shot dur­ing a four-run third, and Bradley Jr. had a fourth-in­ning solo drive off Jake Odorizzi (5-4) as Bos­ton took a 5-0 lead. Ramirez scored his 1,000th run on his ninth-in­ning solo homer. … Car­los Car­rasco han­dled Detroit’s lineup for the sec­ond time in a week — strik­ing out a sea­son-high 11 and pulling off a rare ninepitch, three-strike­out in­ning — and Lon­nie Chisen­hall hit a two-run homer, lead­ing the In­di­ans to an 11-2 win over the Tigers. Car­rasco (10-3) al­lowed two runs in seven in­nings to win his fifth straight de­ci­sion. He lim­ited the Tigers to one run in seven in­nings on July 1. The righthander also recorded an “im­mac­u­late in­ning” by strik­ing out the side in the fifth on nine pitches. Car­rasco is just the sec­ond pitcher in Cleve­land his­tory to do it, join­ing Justin Master­son (2014). … Ge­orge Springer home­red twice and tied a ca­reer high with five RBIs as Hous­ton rocked Aaron Sanchez in his re­turn from the dis­abled list, pro­pel­ling the Astros to a 12-2 win over the Blue Jays. Springer hit his 26th and 27th homers of the sea­son, in­clud­ing a two-run shot off Sanchez (0-2) in the sec­ond in­ning. … Cole Hamels threw 7M shutout in­nings and Adrian Bel­tre’s three-run homer high­lighted a five-run sec­ond in­ning as the Rangers blanked the An­gels 10-0. … Ken­nys Var­gas had three hits, in­clud­ing a big two-run dou­ble in the fifth in­ning, hours af­ter be­ing re­called from the mi­nors to help lead the Twins to a 9-6 win over the Ori­oles. Trevor Hilden­berger (1-0) pitched 2L in­nings of score­less re­lief for his first ma­jor-league win as the Twins ral­lied from a 6-0 hole to send Bal­ti­more to its fifth straight de­feat. … Jose Reyes and Jay Bruce hit solo home runs to help Ja­cob deGrom win his fifth straight de­ci­sion, and the Mets beat the Car­di­nals 6-5. Bruce’s homer in the fifth gave broke a 4-all tie. … Je­sus Agu­liar broke a 4-4 tie with a grand slam in the sev­enth in­ning off Tyler Clip­pard and the Brew­ers beat the Yan­kees 9-4. It was Agu­liar’s sec­ond homer of the game and he tied a Brew­ers record with seven RBIs. Aaron Judge hit his 30th home run of the sea­son, break­ing Joe DiMag­gio’s record for most by a Yan­kees rookie. Judge’s blast in­creased the Yan­kees’ lead to 4-2 in the fifth.

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