Red Sox 8, Rangers 7: At Boston, Edgar Renteria lined a sharp single down the third-base line to score Bill Mueller in the 10th inning as Boston beat Texas.
Orioles 5, Devil Rays 2: At Baltimore, Eric Byrnes homered to lead the Orioles over Tampa Bay.
White Sox 2, Yankees 1: At New York, Chicago’s Jose Contreras pitched seven shutout innings against his former team in a win over New York.
Blue Jays 6, Tigers 4: At Toronto, Aaron Hill and Alex Rios homered to lead Toronto over Detroit.
Indians 13, Royals 7: At Kansas City, Mo., Aaron Boone doubled in the go-ahead run in an 11-run ninth inning to lead Cleveland over Kansas City.
Angels 9, Athletics 2: At Oakland, Calif., Vladimir Guerrero’s grand slam gave Los Angeles a seven-run lead in the second inning in a win over Oakland.
Reds 8, Cubs 3: At Chicago, Jason LaRue hit a go-ahead homer in the eighth inning as Cincinnati handed Chicago its seventh straight loss.
Marlins 5, Diamondbacks 0: At Miami, A.J. Burnett threw a three-hitter and added an RBI single to help Florida beat Arizona.
Braves 7, Giants 1: At Atlanta, Adam LaRoche and Kelly Johnson drove in two runs apiece to lead the Braves past San Francisco.
Nationals 6, Astros 5: At Houston, Brandon Watson homered and doubled in his major league debut to lead Washington past the Astros.
Cardinals 5, Brewers 2: At Milwaukee, Anthony Reyes threw 6 1/3 innings of two-hit ball in his major league debut to lead St. Louis over the Brewers.
Pirates 12, Rockies 4: At Denver, Jason Bay homered and drove in four runs as Pittsburgh beat Colorado.
Padres 8, Mets 3: At San Diego, Brian Giles and Khalil Greene homered to lead the Padres over New York.
Phillies 8, Dodgers 4: At Los Angeles, Pat Burrell hit a three-run homer in the eighth inning to lead Philadelphia past the Dodgers.
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