The American League and National League division series began Tuesday with Houston Astros is currently taking over Seattle Mariners.

earlier in the day Philadelphia Phillies to beat Atlanta Braves. Later that day, New York Yankees the owner Cleveland Guardians and Los Angeles Dodgers the owner San Diego Padres.

Here are the best plays from Tuesday’s matches:

Seattle Mariners vs. Houston Astros

Sailors start fast

The first two Mariners batters reached base to start the game. In two strokes, Cal Raleigh drew first blood for Seattle with an RBI single to right field off the Astros’ starting pitcher Justin Verlander. The Mariners, however, were unable to push another run across the plate despite having runners on the corners with one out.

The J-Rod reunion moment

After the move to start the game, Julio Rodriguez hit a two-run double to right-center field in the top of the second inning that gave Seattle a 3-0 lead.

More damage

After singing in his first battle, Ty France was singled to center field in the second, driving in Rodriguez for Seattle’s fourth run.

Cut the lead in half

Down 4-0 with two outs in the bottom of the third, Jordan Alvarez gave juice to the defending AL champions. The Astros left fielder doubled off the left field wall to drive in two runs. Houston cut the lead to 4-2.

Sailors get one back

J. P. Crawford hit a solo home run to right in the top of the fourth, Seattle’s fifth run of the game.

More resentment

After Rodriguez reached base for the third time, France reached base for the third time. The first baseman hit an RBI double off the left field wall to make it 6-2.

Houston responds

After Seattle scored two runs in the top of the fourth, Yuli Guriel led off the bottom of the inning with a solo homer to left.

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Philadelphia Phillies 7, Atlanta Braves 6 (Game 1)

Phyllis strikes first

After a couple of singles, Nick Castellanos hit an RBI single to right field off the Braves starting pitcher Max Friedgiving the Phillies a 1-0 lead early in the first.

There is one more

One at bat after Castellanos got the Phillies on the board, Alec Bohm hit an RBI single to right to extend the lead to 2-0.

A huge game

Atlanta loaded the bases in the bottom of the first, but Philadelphia turned into a double play William Contreras get out of the jam.


On the second field below the second, Travis d’Arnaud took the Phillies starting pitcher Ranger Suarez deep into left field. The home run cut the lead to 2-1.

Another 2-run inning

Bohm hit a sacrifice fly to center field. Next test, Jean Segurathen singled to center that scored Castellanos from second.

Phyllis Chase Freed

After two batters reached in the top of the fourth, manager Brian Snitker removed Fried from the game for the Jesse Chavez. Fried surrendered six runs (four earned), nine baserunners (eight hits, one walk) and threw 61 pitches (45 strikeouts) in 3.1 innings.

Timely strike

After Chavez retired, the first batter he faced and intentionally walked Bryce Harper, Castellanos broke through with a clutch, two-strikeout performance. The Phillies right fielder blasted a single through the left side of the infield, scoring two runs and giving the Phillies a 6-1 lead.

Pitching change for Philly

Manager Rob Thomson removed Suarez from the game in the bottom of the fourth for the favor Andrew Belati. Suarez gave up one run, eight baserunners (five hits, three hits) and struck out 86 batters (46 strikeouts) in 3.1 innings.

Another run

Edmund Sosa hit a sacrifice fly to right-center field, scoring Segura from third and knocking Chavez out of the game as Philadelphia took a 7-1 lead.

d’Arnaud does it all

The Braves catcher cut the deficit to six runs with a two-run double to left in the bottom of the fifth.

Well, that was interesting

Matt Olson hit a three-run home run to lead off center Zach Eflin in the bottom of the ninth, cutting the Phillies’ lead from six runs to one. Castellanos then singled to right and Eflin lined a bunt to secure the win for the Phillies.

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