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MLB scores: Yankees welcome Padres' Chris Paddack to the Bronx with back-to-back homers



Wednesday brings us a slightly abbreviated 14-game slate of big-league action – the Twins and Brewers are both enjoying an off-day – with several afternoon contests as well. Here's what you need to know on Wednesday's games:

  • A potential World Series preview wraps up in Houston. The Astros will be going for the three-game sweep of the Cubs with Wade Miley on the moon. Chicago is starting Kyle Hendricks in the final. The Cubs have lost five of their last six games.
  • The longest active winning streak in baseball belongs to the Rays. They'll try to secure their fifth straight win (and possibly pull into a tie for the first place in the AL East if the Yankees lose) with Blake Snell at home at home against the Blue Jays.
  • On the other side of the coin, the Giants have baseball's longest active losing streak at six games. They've been outscored 59-1
    7 in the six games. Wednesday they face the equally lowly Marlins and look to avoid a straight straight loss.

Select games can be streamed regionally via fuboTV (Try for free). For more on what channel each game is on, click here .

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Baseball schedule / scores for Wednesday, May 29

  • LIVE – Pirates at Reds (GameTracker)
  • FINAL – Yankees 7, Padres 0 (box score)
  • LIVE – Angels at Athletics (GameTracker) [19659003] LIVE – Rangers at Mariners (GameTracker)
  • UPCOMING – Indians at Red Sox, 6:10 pm ET (GameTracker)
  • UPCOMING – Cardinals at Phillies, 7:05 pm ET (GameTracker)
  • UPCOMING – Tigers at Orioles, 7:05 pm ET (GameTracker)
  • UPCOMING – Giants at Marlins, 7:10 pm ET (GameTracker)
  • UPCOMING – Blue Jays at Rays, 7:10 pm ET (GameTracker)
  • UPCOMING – Nationals at Braves, 7:20 pm ET (GameTracker)
  • UPCOMING – Royals at White Sox, 8:10 pm ET (GameTracker)
  • UPCOMING – Cubs at Astros, 8:10 pm ET (GameTracker)
  • UPCOMING – Diamondbacks at Rockies, 8:40 pm ET (GameTracker)
  • UPCOMING – Mets at Dodgers, 10:10 pm ET (GameTracker)

Paddack rudely welcomed to the Bronx

Going into Wednesday afternoon's start at Yankee Stadium, Padres rookie sensation Chris Paddack had allowed four home runs to 195 batters faced this season. Two batters into his start, it was six home runs to 197 batters. DJ LeMahieu and Luke Voit opened Wednesday's game with back-to-back home runs.

Wednesday was the 10th time in Yankees history they opened a game with back-to-back home runs. Most recently, Brett Gardner and Aaron Judge did it last July against then-Blue Jay and current Yankee J.A. Happ. At 110.4 mph, Voit's home run is the hardest hit ball Paddack has allowed this year:

Gio Urshela added a solo home run in the third inning. These are the first three home runs Paddack has allowed to right-handed batters in his big league career. Going into Wednesday's game righties were .108 / .159 / .120 with one extra-base hit (a double) against Paddack. To his credit, Paddack settled down and got through five innings following the homer barrage.

On the other side, James Paxton returned to the Yankees after missing roughly four weeks with a knee injury. She was marvelous through four no-hit innings, striking out seven and generating a swing-and-miss on a whopping 17 of his 66 pitches. Because it was his first start from the injured list, the Yankees had Paxton on a strict pitch count, and he made the most of it.

Paxton now has a 0.34 ERA in five starts and 26 2/3 innings at Yankee Stadium this season. He's struck out 37 of the 99 batters he's faced at home. The Yankees, meanwhile, have won eight straight series and 12 of their last 13 series. It is their first eight-series winning streak since a nine-gamer in the summer of 1998.

    • It's Wednesday, ] which means RJ Anderson posted his weekly MLB Prospect Watch . This week he highlighted the Astros and their impressive organizational depth, which goes beyond top prospects RHP Forrest Whitley and 1B / OF Yordan Alvarez.
    • Speaking of the Astros, SS Carlos Correa will miss 4-6 weeks with a fractured rib . Houston is already without OF George Springer (hamstring) and 2B Jose Altuve (knee), so that's three star-caliber up-the-middle players they're missing. Free agent LHP Dallas Keuchel is said to be open to a one-year contract . Keuchel and RHP Craig Kimbrel will be free from draft pick compensation next Monday. Their markets should heat up soon after that.
    • The Astros placed top prospect RHP Forrest Whitley on the 7-day minor league injured list, reports MLB.com . He'll go to the team's complex in Florida to rehab. Whitley has allowed 33 runs in 24 1/3 Triple-A innings this season.
    • The Red Sox placed 1B Mitch Moreland on the 10-day injured list with a back problem, the team announced. Moreland had not played since Sunday with back and knee trouble. RHP Colten Brewer
    • Athletics DH Khris Davis (oblique) has started hitting,
      reports the San Francisco Chronicle . He is likely to be activated on Saturday, but it is likely that Davis will need a few days beyond that for a rehab assignment to get back to speed.
    • Athletics LHP Sean Manaea threw a 40-pitch bullpen session, reports MLB.com . There is no timetable for him to begin a minor league rehab assignment, however. Manaea is recovering from last year's shoulder surgery
    • The Phillies placed LHP Adam Morgan on the 10-day injured list, the team announced. He has a strain and it is unclear how long he will be sidelined. RHP Yacksel Rios was called up to fill Morgan's roster spot.
    • Mariners SS J.P. Crawford was placed on the 10-day injured list with an ankle injury, the club announced. He suffered the injury running the bases Tuesday night and could miss 3-4 weeks. IF Dylan Moore was called up in a corresponding move.
    • Pirates RHP Trevor Williams (page) has resumed throwing, reports the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette . He played catch at 105 feet and also threw from a slope. Williams is probably several weeks from rejoining the rotation.
    • The Cardinals called up top prospect LHP Genesis Cabrera, the team announced. Cabrera has a 6.35 ERA in 39 Triple-A innings this year. He'll make his MLB debut Wednesday.
    • Blue Jays RHP Ryan Tepera had surgery to remove loose bodies from his elbow Wednesday, reports Sportsnet . He's expected to miss 4-6 weeks. Tepera allowed eight runs in 11 innings before going on the injured list.
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