AROUND THE HORN
■ Red Sox, Yankees: J.D. Martinez and Andrew Benintendi homered as the Red Sox beat the Yankees 9-5. Benintendi had three hits and scored three times. The Red Sox outscored the Yankees 38-13 to win the first three of a four-game set. It was the sixth straight game the Red Sox scored eight or more runs against the Yankees, the first time in the 117-year rivalry . ... INF and AL batting leader DJ LeMahieu sat out with what manager Aaron Boone said was “a little tightness in his groin.” LeMahieu had an MRI . ... Former Red Sox slugger David Ortiz, 43, is out of the hospital following three surgeries after being shot in the back at a bar in the Dominican Republic.
■ Astros, Cardinals: Carlos Correa hit his first career grand slam to lift the Astros over the Cardinals 8-2. Paul Goldschmidt homered in his sixth straight game, tying a Cardinals record with Matt Carpenter and Mark McGwire. The Cards had won six in a row. Gerrit Cole (12-3) improved to 7-0 with a 1.87 ERA since June 1. He struck out seven, raising his MLB-leading total to 212. ■ Dodgers: Rookie C Will Smith homered and drove in six runs, leading the Dodgers over the Nationals 9-3. Playing in his 10th major league game, Smith homered in the third, hit a sac fly in the fourth, doubled home a run in the sixth, and broke the game open in the seventh with a bases-loaded double.
■ Braves: Ozzie Albies hit a grand slam, Ronald Acuna Jr., Ender Inciarte and Adam Duvall also homered and the Braves routed the Phillies 15-7. Phillies starter Zach Eflin (7-11) gave up 10 runs in less than three innings. The NL East-leading Braves pushed their lead to 61⁄2 games over the Nationals and 71⁄2 over the Phillies . ... The Braves placed OF Nick Markakis and INF Dansby Swanson on the 10-day IL. Markakis suffered a broken left wrist when he was hit by a pitch Friday. He won’t need surgery and could return in six to eight weeks. Swanson has a bruised right foot and could return when he’s eligible to come off the IL. ■ Brewers: Christian Yelich and Keston Hiura hit HRs in the 10th off closer Craig Kimbrel, and the Brewers rallied past the Cubs 5-3. Yelich opened the 10th with his MLB-leading 36th HR, tying the game. Pinch-hitter Tyler Saladino drew a walk, and Hiura followed with his 11th HR and first career walk-off. Albert Almora Jr. put the Cubs up 3-2 with a solo HR in the top of the 10th.
■ Indians: Jason Kipnis hit a grand slam in the first and Mike Clevinger allowed one run and struck out seven in seven innings to lead the Indians past the Royals 9-1. Clevinger (5-2) improved to 8-0 all-time against the Royals. The Indians pulled with one game of the AL Centralleading Twins. They trailed the Twins by 11 games on June 15.
■ Trades: The Twins acquired RHP Sergio Romo from the Marlins. Romo, 36, is 2-0 with a 3.58 ERA and 17 saves in 38 relief appearances this season . ... The A’s acquired LHP Jake Diekman from the Royals. Diekman, 32, is 0-6 with a 4.75 ERA in 48 relief appearances this season.