MLB News: MLB Recap: Machado gets injured, Angels get their win and Encarnacin debuts with a Grand Slam in Miami

Today’s Major League Games were full of action, to give you a heads up, Manny Machado from the San Diego Padres got a sprained ankle, Jerar Encarnacin debuted with the Marlins and hits a grand slam, as well as Buddy Kennedy who also hammered the ball with bases loaded to get his own GS.

Without further ado, here are the scores and highlights of today’s games:

Houston Astros Vs Chicago White Sox 4-3

Rookie J.J. Matijevic scored his first major league home run while Mauricio Dubn pushed a two-run shot to help the Houston Astros to get the 4-3 win over the Chicago White Sox.

Los Angeles Dodgers Vs Cleveland Guardians 3-5

Andrs Gimnez provoked a run with the bases loaded in the ninth Oscar Gonzalez had his first MLB home run which helped Cleveland jump on the horse and rally for a 5-3 victory over the Dodgers

Miami Marlins Vs New York Mets 6-2

Jerar Encarnacin had an amazing major league debut with a huge splash by smacking the ball and getting his first-ever grand slam with the Marlins, but that is not all, he also stopped a runner at third from right field, stole a base, and helped Miami pummel the Mets 6-2.

Arizona Diamondback Vs Minnesota Twins 7-1

The D-backs rookie Buddy Kennedy hit his grand slam after passing on 3 balls and having no strikes, helping Arizona smash the Twins in a stadium with over 30,000 fans.

Los Angeles Angels Vs Seattle Mariners 4-0

Mike Trout hit his 5th home run in the five-game series allowing the Angels beat the Mariners four zip. for the fifth time in the five-game series and Los Angeles Angels beat the Seattle Mariners 4-0 Sunday.

Trout had this to say

“You go up and throw whatever you want to throw. When he’s locked in like that, usually in four, five at-bats he’s going to get into one,” Angels manager Phil Nevin said. “What he did this weekend was impressive. Not to mention playing each inning of every game, made some great plays in center field, and obviously, the big home runs each day.”