Rays beat Yanks again 4-2; Cole’s streak intact after no-decision

Gerrit Cole was pretty steamed about getting pulled — and he didn’t hide it. He wasn’t the only frustrate

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Gerrit Cole was pretty steamed about getting pulled — and he didn’t hide it.

He wasn’t the only frustrated member of the New York Yankees, who are tired of losing to Tampa Bay.

Pinch-hitter Mike Brosseau singled home the tie-breaking run in the eighth inning and the streaking Rays beat the Yankees again in New York.

“They’re a very good team, we’re a very good team,” said Rays manager Kevin Cash. “But we’ve come in here and played two really good games.”

Jalen Beeks pitched out of a ninth-inning jam and Tampa Bay got homers from Ji-Man Choi and Mike Zunino off Cole, who struck out 10 in a no-decision.

Cole’s 20-game regular-season winning streak remained intact, but he was visibly upset when manager Aaron Boone yanked him with two outs in the seventh after a season-high 109 pitches.

“I was in a good position to finish it,” Cole said. “He made the move before he even got out there, so it didn’t really matter whatever I said to him on the mound. And whatever I said to him in my glove, we’ll just leave it at that.”

Mariners 6, Dodgers 4: Austin Nola hit a go-ahead three-run home run and had four RBIs for host Seattle, which snapped a seven-game skid. Los Angeles’ seven-game win streak ended when Corey Seager struck out with the bases loaded in the ninth.

Padres 6, Rangers 3: Manny Machado hit a grand slam in the bottom of the 10th for San Diego, the third game in a row that the Padres cleared the bases in beating Texas three times. Fernando Tatis Jr. hit his 12th home run of the year for the Padres.

Astros 13, Rockies 6: Kyle Tucker homered, hit two triples and drove in four runs, and visiting Houston won for the seventh straight time. The Astros had a season-high 20 hits.

Blue Jays 5, Orioles 2: Randal Grichuk extended his power surge with two homers, and visiting Toronto finished a three-game sweep of fading Baltimore. Grichuk has homered in four straight starts; his six long balls were hit in the past six games.

Red Sox 6, Phillies 3: Host Boston ended its nine-game losing streak, with Rafael Devers homering and driving in three runs.

Cubs, Cardinals split: David Bote hit a tie-breaking two-run single in the seventh and final inning, Adbert Alzolay pitched five solid innings in his season debut, and Chicago beat St. Louis 4-2 at Wrigley Field to split a doubleheader. In the first game, Matt Carpenter hit a first-inning grand slam and St. Louis won 9-3.

Reds, Royals split: Trevor Bauer pitched seven innings of one-hit ball, and visiting Cincinnati won 5-0 to split a doubleheader. In the opener, Brad Keller didn’t allow a hit until the sixth as Kansas City won 4-0. Keller (3-0), who started the season on the injured list with COVID-19, hasn’t permitted a run in 17 ⅔ innings.

Indians 6, Pirates 1: Aaron Civale struck out six while picking up the first complete game of his career for visiting Cleveland.

Mets 5, Marlins 3: Michael Conforto hit a tie-breaking two-run home run in the ninth inning as New York won in Miami.

White Sox 5, Tigers 3: Jose Abreu hit a tie-breaking homer in the eighth inning, and Edwin Encarnacion followed with his second solo shot of the game to lift host Chicago over Detroit.

Brewers 9, Twins 3: Christian Yelich hit one of visiting Milwaukee’s four homers, and former A’s lefty Brett Anderson pitched six strong innings to help defeat Minnesota.

Nationals-Braves, postponed: The game in Atlanta was rained out. The teams will play a doubleheader Sept. 4.

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