Tuesday night belonged to Giants rookie right-hander Chris Heston, who threw the first no-hitter of the 2015 season against the Mets at Citi Field.
But how about those Toronto Blue Jays?
Edwin Encarnacion returned from a minor left shoulder injury Tuesday and slugged a walkoff two-run homer as Toronto scored a 4-3 victory over the visiting Marlins. It’s the seventh win in a row for the Blue Jays, who are now back to .500 at 30-30 and boast the very-best run differential in the American League at +54. They’re four games back of the also-streaking Yankees in the AL East standings.
Here’s the replay of that walkoff blast from Encarnacion …
Your box scores and AP recaps from Tuesday’s full slate …
Red Sox 0, Orioles 1
Nationals 1, Yankees 6
Brewers 4, Pirates 1
Marlins 3, Blue Jays 4
Cubs 0, Tigers 6
Mariners 3, Indians 2
Padres 5, Braves 6
Phillies 2, Reds 11
Giants 5, Mets 0
Angels 8, Rays 2
Astros 2, White Sox 4
Royals 2, Twins 0
Cardinals 3, Rockies 4
Rangers 2, Athletics 1
Diamondbacks 1, Dodgers 3
An MRI taken Monday night on Brandon Morrow’s throwing shoulder revealed no major structural damage, but the Padres are going to play it safe with the oft-injured starting pitcher …
Morrow was all set to return from the disabled list this Friday, but his shoulder flared up on him Sunday in a rehab start at Double-A San Antonio. The 30-year-old posted an impressive 2.73 ERA, 1.09 WHIP, and 23/7 K/BB ratio over his first 33 innings this season for the Padres, but he’s been on the shelf now since May 3.
Morrow signed a one-year, $2.5 million free agent contract with San Diego in mid-December. It includes around $5 million in performance-based bonuses, but he’s doubtful to trigger many of those now.
The right-hander threw just 33 1/3 innings for the Blue Jays in 2014 and 54 1/3 innings in 2013.
Astros shortstop prospect Carlos Correa launched his first MLB homer Tuesday night in Chicago …
A towering, majestic shot at that. But the Astros still fell 4-2 and are now 0-2 since Correa’s promotion.