GIANTS McCUTCHEN WALK-OFF DODGERS-OHTANI HOMERS IN FIRST THREE GAMES FOR THE LOS ANGELES ANGELS

Down on the Farm: Beede throws one-hitter on Opening Day, could be headed to the bigs. By Dalton Johnson, NBC Sports BayArea

 

Saturday’s Scores

New York Yankees 8, Baltimore Orioles 3 (box score)
New York Mets 3,Washington Nationals 2 (box score)
Boston Red Sox 10, Tampa Bay Rays 3 (box score)
Detroit Tigers 6, Chicago White Sox 1 (box score)
Seattle Mariners 11, Minnesota Twins 4 (box score)
St. Louis Cardinals 5, Arizona Diamondbacks 3 (box score)
Chicago Cubs 5, Milwaukee Brewers 2 (box score)
Kansas City Royals 1, Cleveland Indians 0 (box score)
San Francisco Giants 7, Los Angeles Dodgers 5 (box score)
Philadelphia Phillies 20, Miami Marlins 1 (box score)
Cincinnati Reds 7, Pittsburgh Pirates 4 (box score)
Houston Astros 1, San Diego Padres 0 (box score)
Texas Rangers 5, Toronto Blue Jays 1 (box score)
Colorado Rockies 3, Atlanta Braves 2 (box score)
Oakland Athletics 7, Los Angeles Angels 3 (box score)

Japanese two-way sensation Shohei Ohtani continued his assault on the record books on Friday, becoming the first Los Angeles Angeles rookie to homer in each of his first three home games.

Xander Bogaerts clubbed a grand slam and had a career-high six RBIs to power the Boston Red Sox to their seventh consecutive victory with a 10-3 rout of the visiting Tampa Bay Rays on Saturday afternoon.

Andrew McCutchen’s career in San Francisco was off to a dubious start. Through six games, the five-time All-Star and former NL MVP with the Pittsburgh Pirates was 2-for-24 with nothing to show in the home run, RBI or stolen base column.

Andrew McCutchen busted out of a 2-for-24 slump to start the season with a six-hit night that included a walk-off three-run home run in the 14th inning. (AP)

The San Diego Padres handed out the biggest contract in franchise history this winter, signing first baseman Eric Hosmer to an eight-year, $144 million deal. Unfortunately, all of that money couldn’t buy them a win on Saturday night in Houston. Instead, it was Hosmer’s unfortunate mistake in the tenth inning that ended up costing them a chance to beat the World Series champion Astros two nights in a row. By Mark Townsend, Big League Stew

On Saturday, Ian Kennedy and Trever Bauer battled in a pitchers duel at frigid Progressive Field in Cleveland that went to Kennedy’s Kansas City Royals in a 1-0 win over the Indians. By Jason Owens, Big League Stew

Indians starter Trevor Bauer gave up the only run in a loss on Saturday and sounded off on MLB rules and “cheating” pitchers after the game. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)

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