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American League

Yankees 1, Tigers 0: At Detroit, Chien-Ming Wang allowed five hits in seven innings, Gary Sheffield drove in the game’s only run and New York beat Detroit.

Blue Jays 5, Red Sox 2: At Boston, Roy Halladay pitched eight strong innings for his 12th win and Toronto’s eighth win in 11 meetings this season with first-place Boston.

Twins 3, Devil Rays 2: At Minneapolis, Matthew LeCroy homered and Joe Mays pitched seven strong innings as Minnesota improved to 6-0 against Tampa Bay this season.

Athletics 7, White Sox 2: At Oakland, Calif., Barry Zito pitched eight solid innings, and Oakland sent Mark Buehrle to his first loss in nearly three months in defeating Chicago.

Indians 9, Orioles 4: At Baltimore, Ben Broussard homered in a five-run first inning against Sidney Ponson (7-6) and Travis Hafner added a two-run shot in the seventh, as Cleveland took three of four from Baltimore.

Angels 5, Royals 0 (6): At Kansas City, Kan., Jarrod Washburn pitched five shutout innings, Garret Anderson scored twice and streaking Los Angeles completed a three-game sweep of Kansas City with a rain-shortened victory. The game was called with none out in the top of the sixth after a rain delay of 1 hour, 46 minutes.

National League

Astros 9, Reds 0: At Cincinnati, Roger Clemens threw seven shutout innings for his 335th win and got two hits as Houston sent sloppy Cincinnati to its worst first-half record in 71 years. Clemens (7-3) allowed four hits and one walk with four strikeouts, lowering his major league-leading ERA to 1.41.

Marlins 3, Mets 0: At New York, Dontrelle Willis became the National League’s first 13-game winner of the season, pitching a three-hitter to lead Florida past New York. Willis threw his major league-leading fourth shutout of the season in his 17th start.

Nationals 5, Cubs 4 (12): At Chicago, Brian Schneider hit a solo homer in the 12th inning, and Washington overcame Chad Cordero’s first blown save in more than two months to complete a three-game sweep of Chicago.

Cardinals 5, Rockies 4: At St. Louis, Abraham Nunez singled home the winning run in the ninth inning, and St. Louis denied Colorado its first road series win of the year.

Padres 9, Giants 6: At San Diego, Khalil Greene drove in four runs and Brian Giles had three hits and three RBIs for the San Diego Padres, who roughed up Jason Schmidt in defeating San Francisco.

Pirates 11, Brewers 10: At Milwaukee, Matt Lawton had four singles and snapped an eighth-inning tie by scoring on a wild pitch as Pittsburgh rallied from a six-run deficit to beat Milwaukee.

Braves 4, Phillies 3: At Philadelphia, Ryan Langerhans hit a leadoff triple against Billy Wagner in the ninth and scored the tiebreaking run on Wilson Betemit’s sacrifice fly, sending Atlanta to a victory over Philadelphia.

Diamondbacks 10, Dodgers 3: At Los Angeles, Shawn Green homered and drove in three runs, and Chris Snyder also had three RBIs to lead Arizona over Los Angeles.

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