REDS 3, DODGERS (SS) 3
Sonny Gray pitched three perfect innings for Cincinnati in his second appearance after a delayed spring start due to elbow stiffness. Former Dodger Yasiel Puig was cheered at his old spring home and went 1 for 3. Phillip Ervin hit his fourth homer.
Hyun-Jin Ryu allowed two runs and five hits over four innings. Former Reds prospect Jeter Downs, acquired in the offseason deal for Puig, had two hits.
Dodgers (SS) 12, Padres 0
Kenta Maeda struck out six over four scoreless innings for Los Angeles, and prospect Dustin May followed with three innings of one-hit ball. Austin Barnes and Brad Miller homered, and A.J. Pollock, David Freese and Chris Taylor had two hits each. Barnes also doubled and had two walks.
Robbie Erlin allowed eight runs in three innings for San Diego, which had only three hits.
ANGELS 7, BREWERS 7
Christian Yelich homered and had two hits, and Mike Moustakas and Jesus Aguilar also went deep for the Brewers. Freddy Peralta got nine of his 10 outs via strikeout, but also allowed five runs, four hits and three walks.
David Fletcher had three hits and Justin Bour went deep for Los Angeles. Jaime Barria allowed four runs and seven hits in 4²⁄³ innings, including two homers.
RANGERS (SS) 5, ROYALS 4
Danny Santana hit a two-run homer and Rougned Odor doubled twice for the Rangers. Edinson Volquez gave up two runs and four hits over his four-inning start.
Alex Gordon and Adalberto Mondesi each doubled and Jorge Bonifacio had a triple.
RED SOX 4, TIGERS 4
World Series MVP Steve Pearce went home and ended an 0-for-12 spring straining start with two homers. A product of Lakeland High School, Pearce was given a Lakeland Dreadnaughts jersey with his number 5 on it by a fan prior to the game in his hometown. Eduardo Rodriguez struck out eight over five innings for the Red Sox, who snapped their seven-game losing streak.
PIRATES 11, PHILLIES (SS) 2
Starling Marte, Adam Frazier, Corey Dickerson, Kevin Newman and Colin Moran each homered for Pittsburgh. Newman had three hits and Marte also doubled. Trevor Williams allowed just an unearned run over five innings of three-hit ball. Francisco Liriano pitched a scoreless inning in relief.
PHILLIES (SS) 4, RAYS 3
Drew Anderson pitched four scoreless innings of two-hit ball, and Gift Ngoepe hit a two-run homer to lift Philadelphia. Dylan Cozens also went deep.
Mike Zunino hit a three-run homer for Tampa Bay.
TWINS (SS) 7, ORIOLES 6
Minnesota’s Ronald Torreyes hit his first homer in any game — spring training, regular season or minor league — since July 30, 2017 while with the Yankees, ending a stretch of 159 games without one. The 5-foot-8 infielder has four homers in 229 career regular season games. Michael Reed had three hits and Willians Astudillo had two.
MARLINS 12, ASTROS 6
Astros starter Collin McHugh was hit hard in his third spring start, allowing six runs and seven hits in 2²⁄³ innings, raising his ERA to 15.88. Alex Bregman and Robinson Chirinos each hit their second homers of the spring.
METS 1, CARDINALS 1
Zack Wheeler continued an impressive spring for the Mets with 5¹⁄³ scoreless innings of two-hit ball. Jeurys Familia added a scoreless inning, and left-hander Justin Wilson gave up a run on two hits in his inning of work. Jeff McNeil had three hits.
NATIONALS 10, TWINS (SS) 4
Juan Soto and Victor Robles each homered to back Erick Fedde in his bid for a rotation spot. Fedde allowed a run and two hits over three innings, dropping his ERA to 7.84 as he competes with Jeremy Hellickson for the Nationals’ fifth-starter job.
YANKEES 1, BLUE JAYS 1
Luis Cessa dropped his ERA to 0.69 with four scoreless innings for the Yankees. He struck out three and allowed two hits and a walk. Troy Tulowitzki went 1 for 2 with a walk.
Matt Shoemaker pitched one-run ball over 5¹⁄³ innings.
CUBS 2, RANGERS (SS) 1
Yu Darvish struck out five in four innings of one-run ball for Chicago. Coming off an injury-ruined 2018, Darvish has a 2.45 ERA in three spring starts. Kyle Schwarber singled and drove in a run.
Logan Forsythe and Hunter Pence had RBIs, and Adrian Sampson impressed with 4¹⁄³ scoreless innings in relief.
INDIANS 9, ROCKIES 3
Shane Bieber threw five hitless innings with eight strikeouts for Cleveland, dropping his ERA to 0.64. Oliver Perez followed with another hitless inning before Ryan McMahon ended the no-hit bid with a two-out double in the seventh. Outfield prospect Daniel Johnson hit a grand slam, and Roberto Perez had a two-run homer.
DIAMONDBACKS 3, GIANTS 0
Luke Weaver pitched five scoreless innings and lowered his ERA to 1.59 in his first spring since being acquired for star slugger Paul Goldschmidt. Weaver struck out four and allowed three hits. Christian Walker, Goldschmidt’s possible replacement at first base, doubled and tripled to raise his average to .355.