MLB: a hit in the loss for Charles Leblanc

MLB: a hit in the loss for Charles Leblanc< /p> UPDATE DAY

Games follow one another and look alike for Charles Leblanc and the Miami Marlins. The Quebecer still managed to hit a hit, but his team lost 4-1 to the Philadelphia Phillies on Tuesday at Citizens Bank Park.

At the start of the second inning, Leblanc sent an offering from Zack Wheeler (11-5) to safety, allowing him to reach the first goal. However, he was unable to produce a run or reach home plate himself in four at-bats.

Wheeler was excellent, allowing just one earned run on five hits in six innings. The three relievers who succeeded him also mystified the Marlins hitters.

It was more difficult for Braxton Garrett (2-6), responsible for all the points allowed by the Marlins. J.T. Realmuto was his biggest torturer, hitting a productive double in the first inning and a home run in the fourth.

Jean Segura imitated him a few moments later by hitting his seventh long ball of the season.

JJ Bleday gave the Marlins the only moment of celebration with a home run in the fourth inning, only his second of the season.

Shane Bieber has no mercy for the Tigers

At Comerica Park, gunner Shane Bieber completely mocked the hitters of the Tigers. Detroit Tigers and Cleveland Guardians won 5-2.

Bieber (7-6) passed eight batters in seven innings and blanked his rivals. He allowed just four hits.

Amed Rosario hit a productive double for the Guardians, before crossing home plate himself when Oscar Gonzalez did the same an inning later. Josh Naylor, with a single, and Austin Hedges, with a sacrifice fly, also forged the visitors' lead.

Tyler Alexander (2-6) deserved a better spell for the Tigers. He added the loss to his record even though he allowed just two runs on seven hits in seven innings.