The Gazette, Colorado Springs


Phillies 7, Braves 1 Atlanta: Kyle Schwarber hit a 483foot, two-run homer, and the Phillies went deep four other times to back Zack Wheeler in a win over Atlanta. Schwarber’s 45th homer of the season gave the Phillies a sixrun lead in the sixth, a drive that cleared the top of the Chop House in right field at Truist Park. Orioles 8, Astros 7 Houston: Cedric Mullins hit a three-run homer in the ninth to rally Baltimore past Houston in a matchup of AL division leaders. Houston led by two entering the ninth before closer Ryan Pressly (3-5) allowed consecutive singles to Ryan O’hearn and Austin Hays with one out. Mullins then hit his 15th homer into the seats in right field. Mariners 5, Athletics 0 Oakland, Calif.: Mariners rookie Bryan Woo had six strikeouts over five sharp innings in a successful homecoming, and Seattle pulled even for the third AL wild card by beating last-place Oakland. José Caballero homered for the first time in two months, and J.P. Crawford walked three times and delivered an RBI single. Royals 6, Guardians 4 Kansas City, Mo.: Despite trailing by two heading into the eighth, Kansas City kept fighting. And the club trying desperately to avoid finishing with the worst record in franchise history managed to come all the way back, with Drew Waters capping a two-out rally with a two-run double to give the Royals the win. Reds 7, Twins 3 Cincinnati: Rookie Connor Phillips pitched three-hit ball over seven innings for his first major league win, Will Benson drove in three runs and Cincinnati beat Minnesota. Cincinnati (79-73) won for the fifth time in seven games and trails Chicago (78-72) for the NL’S final wild-card berth., Mets 2, Marlins 1 Miami: Jeff Mcneil hit a tiebreaking homer leading off the ninth and New York knocked Miami out of playoff position. Mark Vientos had an RBI single and José Butto pitched six stingy innings for the Mets. White Sox 6, Nationals 1 Washington: Mike Clevinger pitched a six-hitter for his third career complete game, and Chicago beat Washington. Luis Robert Jr. hit a three-run homer for Chicago, which improved to 5-12 in September. Cardinals 1, Brewers 0 St. Louis: Adam Wainwright earned his 200th win, pitching seven innings of four-hit ball in a vintage performance as St. Louis beat the Milwaukee Brewers. It was the longest outing this season for the 42-year-old Wainwright (5-11), who struck out three and walked two. Red Sox 4, Rangers 2 Arlington, Texas: Rob Refsnyder hit a go-ahead two-run single in the eighth and Boston snapped a four-game losing streak with a 4-2 win the playoff-chasing Texas. T The Rangers lost their fourth in a row even after getting two All-star players back in their lineup Monday night. Padres owner won’t be at ballpark again this season San Diego: Padres owner Peter Seidler underwent an unspecified medical procedure last month and “am now on the road to recovery,” he said in a statement posted Monday morning on the team’s account on X, formerly known as Twitter. Seidler is a two-time cancer survivor. The team said it wasn’t able to provide further details at the family’s request. Seidler is a third-generation member of the O’malley family that used to own the Los Angeles Dodgers. He was part of a group that purchased the Padres in 2012 and bought out Ron Fowler’s majority stake in November 2020. Twins manager Baldelli has new twins ... boys Cincinnati: Minnesota Twins manager Rocco Baldelli and wife Allie have a new pair of twins. Allie gave birth to two boys. “Talk about being committed to your job! Congratulations to the Baldelli family on welcoming Twin boys to the family,” the team posted along with a photo. It was unclear whether the boys had been named. Legislators propose $614M to spend on Brewers stadium Milwaukee: Republican legislators announced a bill Monday that would devote more than $614 million in public funding to repair and renovate the Milwaukee Brewers’ stadium — far more than taxpayers spent to build it more than two decades ago. Under the proposal, the state would give the team $60.8 million next fiscal year and up to $20 million each year after that through 2045-46. The city of Milwaukee would contribute a total of $202 million and Milwaukee County would kick in $135 million by 2050. The team would contribute about $100 million and extend its lease at American Family Field through 2050, keeping Major League Baseball in its smallest market for another 27 years.