CM – MLB Roundup: The Cardinals’ winning streak reaches 14th


St. Louis hits five home runs in their second game to complete a double-header sweep against the Cubs.

Paul Goldschmidt celebrates with third-base trainer Ron « Pop » Warner after he scored a home run with two runs in the Cardinals 8-5 win in Game 1 of a double-header with the Cubs in Chicago on Friday. Nam Y. Huh / Associated Press

CHICAGO – The aspiring St. Louis Cardinals have set a team record with their 14th straight win on Friday night and the Chicago Cubs in their second double-header game behind Tyler O’Neill’s triple homer and two solo shots 12-4 defeated by Lars Nootbaar.

Harrison Bader added a solo drive, a double and a single as St. Louis Batters drank five deep nightcaps to sweep the twinbill and hit a run which was set for the second NL wildcard in July 1935.

Paul DeJong went deep too, and Nootbaar added a single for three hits in his first multihomer game when St. Louis pulled away. O’Neill’s homer was his 31st of the season, the second of the day and the 10th in September.

The Cardinals won 8-5 in the opener and rode O’Neills and Paul Goldschmidt’s 30th.

PADRES 6, BRAVES 5: Fernando Tatis Jr. led the top of the seventh inning, and San Diego beat visiting Atlanta while resuming a game that was suspended due to rain on July 21st.

PHILLIES 8, PIRATES 6: Didi Gregorius hit the green light with three runs in the seventh inning, Bryce Harper had an RBI double and Philadelphia won at home.

TWINS 3, BLUE JAYS 1: Byron Buxton’s two-time homer spoiled Jose Berrios’ return to Minnesota and moved Toronto Post-season hopes a punch.

Buxton scored his 15th home run of the season in a third three-run inning against Berrios (12-9), who made his first start in Minnesota since being dealt in Toronto at the close of trade . Berrios started six seasons for the Twins after being a first-round draft pick in 2012.

The final road trip of the season has hampered the Blue Jays’ chances of a playoff spot. Toronto is 1-4 on the trip, three games behind the Red Sox and two behind the Yankees for the two wild cards.

WHITE SOX 1, INDIANS 0: Chicago starter Dylan retires after scoring in the sixth inning of a comebacker was hit in the right arm as the White Sox spoiled the return of Cleveland ace Shane Bieber.

Bieber withdrew all nine thugs he faced on his first start for the Indians since June 13th. The reigning AL Cy Young Award winner was absent for over three months due to a strained right shoulder.

Luis Robert scored a lead-off home run in the fifth run for the White Sox, which won the AL Central on Thursday.

ROYALS 3, TIGERS 1: Carlos Hernandez put out five shutout innings and Whit Merrifield drove in two when Kansas City won in Detroit.

RAYS 8, MARLINS 0: Ryan Yarbrough allowed two hits over six innings with great relief and Tampa Bay won at home.

The Rays got three RBIs apiece from Randy Arozarena and Kevin Kiermaier, who had a homer just before the cycle.

Tampa Bay, which took a postseason spot on Wednesday, has a magic number of two to secure his second AL East title in a row.

BLUE JAYS: Toronto reliever Ryan Borucki has been reduced to two games after an appeal for ransacking Tampa Bay outfielder Kevin Kiermaier had and started on Friday evening serving the suspension during a four-game series in Minnesota.

Borucki was banned from Major League Baseball for three games Thursday and fined an unknown amount. Blue Jays manager Charlie Montoyo received a game suspension he was serving on Thursday. Borucki appealed the decision of MLB Senior Vice President Mike Hill and delayed discipline pending trial before MLB Special Adviser John McHale Jr. Borucki was expelled from the game on Wednesday after he was in Kiermaier eighth inning had drilled in the back. That happened two days after Kiermaier picked up a scouting report from Toronto that fell from catcher Alejandro Kirk’s bracelet during a game on the plate and refused to return it.

ASTROS: Right-handed Zack Greinke was taken from Scratched his scheduled start on Friday night and placed on the 10-day injury list due to neck pain.

RAYS: Tampa Bay rookie Wander Franco was reinstated from the 10-day injury list after spending two weeks with a right hamstring injury was missing.

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