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Reds 5, Giants 3: At Cincinnati, Ken Griffey Jr. homered twice and Barry Larkin added a tiebreaking two-run shot powering Cincinnati to a victory over a struggling San Francisco team.

Rockies 4, Cubs 3: At Chicago, Jason Jennings hit a game-tying homer off Greg Maddux and Colorado’s starting pitcher ended a personal three-game losing streak by beating Chicago.

Brewers 6, Mets 4: At New York, Lyle Overbay hit a three-run homer and drove in four runs, and four Milwaukee pitchers combined on a two-hitter to defeat New York.

Expos 2, Cardinals 0: At Montreal, Tomo Ohka and Rocky Biddle combined on a three-hitter, and Jose Vidro homered and drove in two runs in leading Montreal over St. Louis.

Padres 6, Marlins 3 (10): At Miami, Sean Burroughs hit a go-ahead single in the 10th inning to lead San Diego over Florida. Trevor Hoffman threw a perfect 10th for his ninth save in 10 chances.

Dodgers 4, Pirates 3: At Pittsburgh, Alex Cora hit a tiebreaking double in the ninth inning and Los Angeles sent Pittsburgh to its season-high fifth straight loss.

Braves 5, Astros 4 (10): At Atlanta, Andruw Jones hit a 10th-inning homer to give Atlanta a victory over Houston, whose manager, bench coach and starting pitcher were ejected during a wild game.

Phillies 8, Diamondbacks 7: At Phoenix, Tomas Perez hit a three-run homer and Philadelphia beat Arizona for the fourth time in five tries. Reliever Ryan Madson set a Philadelphia record for consecutive innings without allowing an earned run at 21 1/3 .

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