The Fresno Bee (Sunday) - - Sports -

Mets 11, Na­tion­als 8: J.D. Davis de­liv­ered a tiebreak­ing two-run sin­gle in the eighth in­ning and rookie Pete Alonso con­trib­uted three hits and two RBIs as new-look New York im­proved to 2-0 with a vic­tory over host Wash­ing­ton.

Blue Jays 3, Tigers 0: Aaron Sanchez and four re­liev­ers com­bined to pitch Toronto’s se­cond straight shutout, lead­ing the Blue Jays to a home win over Detroit. The Blue Jays threw just three shutouts all of last sea­son, the se­cond fewest in the ma­jors. Detroit was last with two.

In­di­ans 2, Twins 1: Greg Allen hit a go-ahead sac­ri­fice fly in the top of the ninth in­ning, then Cleve­land re­liever Brad Hand es­caped a bases­loaded jam and the In­di­ans held off Min­nesota. Roy­als 8, White Sox 6: Jorge Soler had three hits and three RBIs, Alex Gordon scored three runs de­spite not get­ting a hit and Kansas City won at home over Chicago on a wet, cold and windy Satur­day.

Phillies 8, Braves 6: Bryce Harper home­red deep into the se­cond deck in right-cen­ter field for his first hit with Philadelph­ia and cel­e­brated with an em­phatic cur­tain call, high­light­ing the Phillies’ home win.

Rays 3, Astros 1: Tyler Glas­now and four re­liev­ers led Tampa Bay to a home win over Hous­ton. Mar­lins 7, Rock­ies 3: Miguel Ro­jas had three hits and drove in three runs to lead Mi­ami to a home win. Pi­rates-Reds, ppd.: The se­cond game of a se­ries be­tween the Pi­rates and Reds was post­poned be­cause of rain. It’ll be made up as part of a day-night dou­ble­header on May 27.

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