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Yan­kees 11, Rock­ies 5

NEW YORK — Ed­win En­car­nación chased An­thony Sen­za­tela with a two-run dou­ble in a five-run sec­ond in­ning, and New York beast Colorado for its fifth straight win.

New York went ahead when Aaron Judge dou­bled in a run on Sen­za­tela’s 10th pitch and took a 9-0 lead by the fourth.

En­car­nación added an RBI dou­ble in the sev­enth, and DJ LeMahieu raised his AL-lead­ing av­er­age to .334 with three hits.

Cubs 6, Padres 5

CHICAGO — Javier Báez hit a go-ahead, three-run homer and Cubs re­liev­ers com­bined for one­hit ball over the fi­nal four in­nings, lift­ing Chicago over San Diego.

An­thony Rizzo had two hits and drove in two runs and Ro­bel Gar­cia added an RBI triple as NL Cen­tral­lead­ing Chicago im­proved to 7-1 since the All-Star break.

Manny Machado hit a two-run shot for his 200th ca­reer homer and Fer­nando Tatis Jr. and Hunter Ren­froe also con­nected for San Diego.

Mets 11, Gi­ants 4

SAN FRAN­CISCO — Pete Alonso came off the bench and hit his 33rd home run, set­ting the Mets rookie record for RBIs as New York snapped San Fran­cisco’s seven-game win­ning streak.

Do­minic Smith, Jeff McNeil and Todd Fra­zier all went deep for the Mets. Walker Lock­ett (1-1) pitched five mostly sharp in­nings to earn his first ma­jor league vic­tory.

Pablo San­doval sin­gled four times for the Gi­ants. San Fran­cisco (49-50) had won 14 of 16 and was at­tempt­ing to get above .500 for the first time this sea­son.

Blue Jays 7, Tigers 5

DETROIT — Vladimir Guer­rero Jr. hit his first ca­reer grand slam, a 441-foot drive to­ward the bushes at Comer­ica Park that helped the Toronto Blue Jays rally for a 7-5 vic­tory over the Detroit Tigers on Satur­day night.

Guer­rero’s home run erased a 5-1 deficit in the fifth, and Brandon Drury added a two-run shot an in­ning later to put Toronto ahead. Niko Goodrum and John Hicks went deep for the Tigers, who are 7-33 since the start of June.

White Sox 2, Rays 1 (11)

ST. PETERS­BURG, Fla. — Yoán Mon­cada scored from first base on a sin­gle in the 11th in­ning and Chicago beat Tampa Bay.

Mon­cada drew a walk off Adam Ko­larek (3-3) to lead off the 11th, and sprinted around the bases when José Abreu punched a sin­gle into right field off Chaz Roe.

Jace Fry (2-4) got the win in relief, and Alex Colomé pitched the 11th for his 21st save in 22 at­tempts.

Red Sox 17, Ori­oles 6

BAL­TI­MORE — Jackie Bradley Jr. hit a pair of three-run homers, Mookie Betts home­red and had three RBIs, and Bos­ton routed Bal­ti­more with its most pro­lific of­fen­sive per­for­mance of the year.

Rafael Dev­ers and Sandy Leon also went deep for the Red Sox. Bradley’s sec­ond home run of the game high­lighted an eight-run fourth in­ning that turned a tie into a 13-5 run­away.

Pi­rates 5, Phillies 1

PITTS­BURGH — Joe Mus­grove scat­tered two hits over six in­nings, col­lected his first dou­ble of the sea­son and scored on a text­book head-first slide to lead Pitts­burgh over Philadel­phia.

Mus­grove (7-8) tied a sea­son high with eight strike­outs, walked two and al­lowed only an un­earned run in the sixth to win his third con­sec­u­tive de­ci­sion.

Astros 6, Rangers 1

HOUS­TON — José Urquidy threw seven dom­i­nant in­nings for his first ma­jor league win and Yuli Gur­riel hit a three-run homer, send­ing Hous­ton past Texas.

Mak­ing his third ca­reer start, Urquidy (1-0) held the Rangers to two baserun­ners — a homer by Shin-Soo Choo and an in­field sin­gle by Hunter Pence. The 24-year-old rookie right-han­der from Mex­ico struck out nine.

Roy­als 1, In­di­ans 0

CLEVE­LAND — Hunter Dozier home­red in the first in­ning and Jakob Ju­nis pitched two-hit ball through six in­nings as Kansas City snapped Cleve­land’s six-game win streak.

Dozier sent a 349-foot shot to right off Adam Plutko for his 15th home run. That run stood up as Ju­nis and three re­liev­ers com­bined for a three-hit­ter and the Roy­als’ fourth shutout of the sea­son.

Ath­let­ics 5, Twins 4

MINNEAPOLI­S — Khris Davis lined a two-out, two-run sin­gle off the glove of div­ing first base­man Ehire Adri­anza in the ninth in­ning and Oak­land beat Min­nesota.

The A’s won for the 21st time in 27 games. Miguel Sanó, Mitch Garver and Nelson Cruz all home­red for the AL Cen­tral-lead­ing Twins, who have lost five of six.

Reds 3, Car­di­nals 2

CINCIN­NATI — Yasiel Puig hit a game-ty­ing dou­ble to end Miles Miko­las’ shutout bid, Josh VanMeter fol­lowed with his first ma­jor league home run and Cincin­nati snapped a four-game los­ing streak with a win over St. Louis.

VanMeter and Eu­ge­nio Suarez each had two hits for the Reds. Suarez led off the sev­enth with a walk and scored from first on a dou­ble into the left-cen­ter field gap by Puig. Two pitches later, VanMeter hit a two-run homer into the Cincin­nati bullpen down the right field line.

Na­tion­als 5, Braves 3

AT­LANTA — Aníbal Sánchez out­pitched Mike Soroka and scored the go-ahead run in the fifth in­ning, Matt Adams home­red and Wash­ing­ton beat At­lanta.

Sec­ond-place Wash­ing­ton pulled within 5½ games of the NL East-lead­ing Braves.

Brew­ers 8, Di­a­mond­backs 3

PHOENIX — Mike Mous­takas hit a three-run homer in the eighth and Mil­wau­kee scored six runs af­ter Zack Greinke left to beat Ari­zona.

Greinke, who also had a run-scor­ing dou­ble, al­lowed two runs and struck out nine in seven in­nings. He moved into 29th on base­ball’s all-time strike­outs list, leav­ing with a 3-2 lead.

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