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Mets 4, Rockies 0: At New York, Tom Glavine came within four outs of the first no-hitter in team history and finished with his first career one-hitter as New York blanked Colorado. Glavine retired his first 18 batters before a leadoff walk in the seventh inning and got two outs in the eighth before Kit Pellow doubled off the right-field wall. The two-time Cy Young winner struck out eight and walked one. But in their 43rd season, the Mets are still without a no-hitter. Glavine’s effort was the 27th one-hitter in team history.

Diamondbacks 4, Marlins 3: At Miami, Arizona used a four-run, two-out rally in the fifth inning against Dontrelle Willis to defeat Florida. Matt Kata started the rally with a ground-rule double to center, and scored easily when right fielder Angel Cabrera bobbled Alex Cintron’s single. Luis Gonzalez — who was mired in a 2-for-18 skid — followed with a double to score Cintron. Shea Hillenbrand then doubled to right to knock home Gonzalez, and Steve Finley drove in Hillenbrand with a single to cap the rally.

Braves 5, Dodgers 1: At Atlanta, Mike Hampton hit a home run and pitched six scoreless innings for his first win of the season, leading Atlanta over Los Angeles. Hampton (1-5) allowed nine hits and walked two. He also hit his 13th career home run.

Reds 7, Astros 0: At Cincinnati, Cory Lidle pitched his third career shutout and Ken Griffey Jr. hit a two-run homer in Cincinnati’s fifth straight win. The Reds have won eight of nine and are in first place in the Central.

Cubs 4, Cardinals 3: Matt Clement earned his team-best sixth win and Aramis Ramirez hit a three-run homer in the first inning to lead Chicago past visiting St. Louis.

Brewers 2, Pirates 1: At Pittsburgh, Keith Ginter homered with two outs in the ninth inning to lift Milwaukee over Pittsburgh.

Phillies 6, Padres 4: At Philadelphia, Tomas Perez hit a two-run homer and Vicente Padilla won his fourth straight start for Philadelphia.

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