AROUND THE HORN
Blue Jays: Francisco Liriano and three relievers combined on a three-hitter and Troy Tulowitzki had four RBIs in a 9-0 shutout of the Yankees. The Jays kept their one-game lead in the AL wild-card standings. The Yankees were shut out for the second straight night and lost for the ninth time in 12 games.
Tigers: Michael Fulmer struck out nine and walked none in seven innings in an 8-3 win over the Royals. Justin Upton, Victor Martinez and Cameron Maybin homered for the Tigers, who won their fifth in a row and stayed in the second AL wild-card spot.
Red Sox: A two-run first-inning homer in a 2-1 win over the Rays gave David Ortiz 124 RBIs, passing Shoeless Joe Jackson for the most in a final season. The Red Sox have won nine in a row.
Mets: Kelly Johnson delivered a go-ahead two-run single and Michael Conforto followed with a three-run homer in a 10-5 win over the Phillies. The Mets lead the NL wild card. ... RHP Noah Syndergaard was scratched from his start Saturday night against the Phillies because of strep throat. Manager Terry Collins said reliever Sean Gilmartin would make his first start of the season.
Brewers: The Brewers turned their second triple play of the season when 1B Chris Carter caught Joey Votto’s liner, stepped on first to double off one runner and threw to SS Orlando Arcia, who stepped on second for the third out.
Pirates: Gregory Polanco left the game against the Nationals after bruising his hand when he crashed into the fence chasing Bryce Harper’s first-inning double.
Diamondbacks: Zack Greinke is questionable for his final two starts due to shoulder stiffness, the Arizona Republic reported.
Marlins: With 2,494 games, OF Ichiro Suzuki ranks sixth among players who have never played in the World Series. Those with more are Rafael Palmeiro (2,831), Ken Griffey Jr. (2,671), Andre Dawson (2,627), Ernie Banks (2,528) and Julio Franco (2,527).