The Dominican was one of the keys for the San Diego franchise to beat Texas 6-4 at Globe Life Field.
To leave behind the negative streak in the MLB, San Diego Padres he beat again Texas rangers for the second time in a row. This time it was a 6-4 on the Globe Life Field of Arlington.
Clave was the first inning for the California franchise, in which they scored the first four points that would be important from then on.
Dominican Manny Machado was a fundamental piece for San Diego, since he had two hits in the four times he had to go to bat, in addition to scoring a run.
Only in the fourth inning came the scores again, the Texas team scored four points, but two more from the visiting team finished the game.
With this result, the Padres are ranked fourth in the West Division of the National League (13-12 record), while the Rangers are third (10-12) in the same division, but in the American League.
Houston Astros 2 – 1 Colorado Rockies
Los Angeles Angels 2 – 8 San Francisco Giants
Arizona Diamondbacks 10 – 1 Oakland Athletics
Los Angeles Dodgers 2 – 1 Seattle Mariners
New York Yankees 3 – 6 Tampa Bay Rays
Miami Marlins 3 – 8 New York Mets
Atlanta Braves 5 – 8 Washington Nationals
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