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Gattis’ 2 HRs key Astros’ 10th in row
Evan Gattis homered twice and the Astros won their 10th straight game, beating the Mariners 7-6 Sunday.
At 18-7, the Astros lead the AL and set a team record for best record through 25 games. Gattis has hit five homers in six games. Cardinals 3, Pirates 2: Kolten Wong homered in the 14th in the Cards’ third straight extra-inning win over the Pirates. Wong entered in the eighth, going 3-for-4. Giants 5, Angels 0: Tim Lincecum pitched three-hit ball for eight innings as the Giants swept. The Giants have won eight of 11. Nori Aoki and Joe Panik hit HRs. Nationals 1, Mets 0: Doug Fister allowed five hits and walked none in 61⁄ innings. Ryan Zim
3 merman’s RBI single gave the Nats their fifth win in six games. Orioles 4, Rays 2: Adam Jones’ four hits included a go-ahead single. The Orioles took two of three in a home series shifted to Florida due to Baltimore unrest. Dodgers 1, Diamondbacks 0: Yasmani Grandal threw out a runner at the plate after a wild pitch in the top of the 13th, then homered leading off the bottom half. Tigers 6, Royals 4: Miguel Cabrera hit a two-run homer and Anibal Sanchez took a perfect game into the sixth. Sanchez allowed three runs in 71⁄ innings.
3 A’s 7, Rangers 1: Sonny Gray had 10 strikeouts and a career-high seven walks in 62⁄ shutout in
3 nings. Stephen Vogt hit two HRs. Indians 10, Blue Jays 7: Jason Kipnis homered among four hits, and Ryan Raburn’s two-run double broke a tie in the fifth. The Indians overcame a 6-1 deficit. Brewers 5, Cubs 3: Aramis Ra- mirez homered and had a tworun single. The Brewers got their first win streak of the season. Phillies 6, Marlins 2: Ryan Howard had two RBI hits and rookie Severino Gonzalez earned his first career victory as the Phils broke a five-game losing streak. Braves 5, Reds 0: Julio Teheran gave up three hits in six innings, striking out six. Kelly Johnson and Jonny Gomes homered. Twins 13, White Sox 3: Trevor Plouffe had a grand slam and five RBIs. Brian Dozier had four hits in the Twins’ four-game sweep. Padres 8, Rockies 6: Jedd Gyorko, Derek Norris and Justin Upton hit two-run homers as the Padres swept all three games. Yankees at Red Sox: Alex Rodriguez hoped to pass Willie Mays for fourth on the all-time home run list as the Yanks went for the series sweep at Fenway Park.