SAN DIEGO – Manny Machado, Will Myers, and Fernando Tates Jr. scored two races with the San Diego Padres, who beat the Houston Astros 10-2 on Saturday night.
Joe Musgrove put in a great performance against one of his former teams, who currently leads AL West.
Tates, who leads the National League with 37 players, also contributed in a two-round singles game that led to a four-point attack in the second half by San Diego, half a game behind Cincinnati in the game. Pass to the playoffs.
Padres led 4-2 as Framber Valdez collapsed in the second quarter. Late in the game, the San Diego bats came to life.
Dominican Machado and Myers managed their clubs in the seventh game against Dominican Cristian Javier. Tates landed his long hit in front of Josh James for eighth.
Machado put the ball 453 feet off the home plate to hit 24 four-cornered clubs.
Musgrove (10-8) limited the Astros to two rounds and seven strokes in 5 1/3 innings. Distribute four strokes and a walking round.
For the Astros, Cubans Aledmys Díaz 4-0, Yordan lvarez 2-1, Yuli Gurriel 3-2 with RBI. Puerto Rican Carlos Correa 4-0, Martin Maldonado 2-0. Dominican Valdez 2-0.
For Padres, Dominican Tates scored 3-2 with two runs and four RBIs, Machado 4-2 with one run and two RBIs.
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