Galloway struck out swinging.
- Miami, Florida 33299
- Line: ATL -165
- Over/Under: 8
|2nd||O'Brien singled to center, Alfaro scored and Berti scored, O'Brien to second.||0||2|
|6th||McCann doubled to left, Markakis scored, Swanson to third.||1||2|
|6th||Albies homered to right (388 feet), Swanson scored, McCann scored and Inciarte scored.||5||2|
|7th||McCann reached on infield single to second, Acuña Jr. scored and Markakis scored, Swanson to third.||7||2|
|7th||Soroka reached on infield single to first, Swanson scored, McCann to third.||8||2|
|7th||Albies reached on infield single to second, McCann scored, Soroka to second, Soroka safe at third on throwing error by shortstop Rojas.||9||2|
Nolan Arenado says there's a 'disconnect' between him and Rockies management
Five-time All-Star Nolan Arenado says there is a 'disconnect' between him and Rockies management and that he wants to play on a winner "in Colorado or somewhere else."
Bartolo Colon signs with Monclova Acereros of Mexican Baseball League
Bartolo Colon, who turns 47 in May and hasn't pitched in the majors since 2018 with the Rangers, signed with the Monclova Acereros of the Mexican Baseball League.
Nats' Mike Rizzo not satisfied with Astros' apology, says 'they cheated'
Nationals GM Mike Rizzo said it pains him that the Astros' sign-stealing scandal has put "a black cloud over the sport I love," and said that it's important to him that the league stresses that Houston "cheated."
Indians' Mike Clevinger has knee surgery, out 6-8 weeks
The Indians will be without starter Mike Clevinger for six to eight weeks after the right-hander underwent knee surgery Friday.
Dodgers' Ross Stripling says he'd consider throwing at Astros hitters
Dodgers pitcher Ross Stripling said he would consider throwing at Astros hitters "in the right time and in the right place" if he were to face them in the coming season.
'It's just like ripping open a scab': Dodgers' sign-stealing anger bursts through
Dave Roberts talked about "moving forward" as spring training opened. But after watching Houston's half-hearted apologies, his players still have plenty left to say.