Mark Reynolds delivered the Nationals a win Friday.The 34-year-old infielder hit a walk-off, pinch-hit home run in the bottom of the ninthto lead Washington to a 3-2 win over the Marlins at Nationals Park. The homer was Reynolds’ eighth of the season.Miami struck first on an RBI double by Starlin Castro in the third. Washington plated a pair in the fourth before Miami evened the score one inning later.The Nationals loaded the bases in the eighth, but Marlins reliever Drew Steckenrider worked out of the jam, setting up Reynolds’ walk-off blast.That’s a (Reynolds) wrap. Washington Nationals (@Nationals) July 7, 2018The win moved the Nationals to 44-43 while the Marlins fell to 36-54.Washington snapped a five-game losing streak Thursday with a victory over Miami.Studs of the nightJose Bautista hit a walk-off grand slam to lead the Mets to a 5-1 win over the Rays. He also walked twice in the game.. @JoeyBats19 CRUSHES a GRAND SLAM to win it for the Mets!! SportsNet New York (@SNYtv) July 7, 2018Starter Jordan Zimmermann scattered four hits and one run over eight innings in the Tigers’ 3-1 win over the Rangers. He also struck out 11.Duds of the nightYankees starter Sonny Gray surrender five runs in just two innings on the mound against the Blue Jays. Gray currently holds a 5.85 ERA in 2018.Royals right hander Jason Hammel allowed nine hits and eight runs in two innings pitched against the Red Sox.HighlightBlue Jays centerfielder Kevin Pillar robbed Yankees first baseman Greg Bird of an extra base hit in the second inning of a 10-5 lo s..@KPILLAR4 has his own extended highlight reel and it ISN’T EVEN the All-Star break yet. #ManOfSteal Toronto Blue Jays (@BlueJays ) July 7, 2018What’s nextReds (39-49) at Cubs (49-36) Cincinnati will look to continue its recent succe s against the Cubs Saturday. The Reds will send former Mets ace Matt Harvey (4-5, 4.91 ERA)to the mound while Tyler Chatwood(3-5, 4.54 ERA) is set to start for the Cubs. Cincinnati topped the Cubs 3-2 in their series opener Friday. It has now beaten Chicago in five straight games.