MLB results, calendar: First Cardinals sweep the Brewers completely; Chris Paddack of the parents throws a gem



On Wednesday he brought us exactly what most of us need mid-week, a complete list of baseball games. The calendar featured a decent number of day games that included the Cardinals completing a sweep over the Brewers division rivals and the Athletics completing a sweep of their own, over the Rangers thanks to the Chad Pinder double.

All that and more in our daily summary.

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Baseball schedule / scores for Wednesday


Full sweep cards about Brewers

The cardinals are on a roll. The Cardinals (15-9) beat the rival Brewers of the Central National League (13-13) 5-2 on Wednesday, winning their fifth straight game and completing the three-game sweep. The Brewers, meanwhile, dropped their fourth consecutive game and fell to fourth place.

Adam Wainwright allowed a run in six innings for his 150th career victory, while relay pitcher Jordan Hicks closed the game with the final, a strikeout from current National League Player, Christian Yelich. Wainwright became the fifth pitcher for the Cardinals to reach the mark in 138 seasons.

St. Louis has not had many problems with one of the most difficult times to start 2019, and Our own Dayn Perry took a closer look at the first month of the first-card game.

Paddack excludes Seattle for first major league victory

Behind a gem of rookie starter Chris Paddack, the Padres (14-11) won their third straight game, in a 1-0 victory over the Mariners (16-11). It was Paddack's first MLB victory, and he looked very good. The 23-year-old retired the last 19 batters he faced to end his night. Paddack final line: 7 IP, H, 0 R, BB, 9 SO, HBP, 83 launches. The blow, the walk and the shot hit came in the first inning.

Paddack reduced his effectiveness from 2.25 to 1.67, and became the first pitcher in the Live Ball Era to start his career with five consecutive games, allowing 3 hits or less (while facing at least 15 batters).

Chris Paddack is the first pitcher in the Live Ball Era (since 1920) to start his career with five consecutive games that allow 3 hits or less (while facing at least 15 batters).

– Jeremy Frank (@MLBRandomStats) April 24, 2019

In the two-game series, the Padres held the highest-scoring MLB offense in three runs and prevented Seattle from adding to his 56-home run total, the best in the league.


Quick blows

  • Make sure to check R.J. The clock from Anderson's perspective.
  • The Blue Jays will call general prospect Vladimir Guerrero Jr. on Friday in time for the weekend series at home against Athletics. Read more here.
  • Rays infielder Joey Wendle will do go to the list of injured. He was diagnosed with a fracture in his right wrist, after being hit by a pitch in the sixth inning of Wednesday's loss to the Royals.
  • Gio Gonzalez would have signed with the Milwaukee Brewers. Here is more information about how the club expects Gonzalez to help his sick rotation.
  • The shortstop of the pirates, Erik Gonzalez, will undergo surgery on Thursday to repair his broken left clavicle. Gonzalez fractured his clavicle in a collision with center fielder Starling Mars on Friday, as both chased a shallow fly ball. Mars was also placed in the IL, but was authorized to begin light baseball activities on Wednesday.
  • The Yankees opted for relief fighter Chad Green to triple-A, and in turn reminded left-hander Stephen Tarpley to take the spot on Green's active roster. The club also activated catcher Gary Sanchez of the IL (calf strain), while opting for reserve catcher Kyle Higashioka.
  • His Mariners fell to the Padres on Wednesday, but Seattle RHP, Felix Hernandez, struck out eight and pbaded Don Drysdale to move to 36th in the all-time Major League Baseball leaderboard. King Felix now has 2,488 strikeouts in his career.


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