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Wednesday’s games

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Yankees 12, Brewers 3: At Milwaukee, Alex Rodriguez became the youngest member of the 400-homer club and put New York back on the winning track with a rout of Milwaukee.

Cubs 2, Blue Jays 0: At Chicago, Sergio Mitre allowed two hits over seven shutout innings and added an RBI double to help Chicago beat Toronto.

Pirates 6, Orioles 1: At Pittsburgh, Rob Mackowiak drove in four runs to support Kip Wells’ latest strong start as Pittsburgh beat Baltimore.

Phillies 2, Rangers 0: At Philadelphia, Pat Burrell hit a two-run single and four pitchers combined efforts to lead Philadelphia to a victory over Texas.

Nationals 7, Athletics 2: At Washington, Ryan Church, Brian Schneider and Vinny Castilla homered as Washington beat Oakland.

Reds 11, Devil Rays 9: At Cincinnati, Wily Mo Pena homered in his first and last at-bats, sending Cincinnati to a victory over Tampa Bay .

Angels 8, Braves 4: At Atlanta, Dallas McPherson had three hits, including a two-run triple in the seventh, and Los Angeles beat Atlanta.

White Sox 15, Rockies 5: At Denver, Orlando Hernandez won his sixth straight decision and Chicago completed a three-game sweep over Colorado.

Dodgers 3, Tigers 1: At Los Angeles, Jeff Weaver outpitched Jason Johnson and Jason Grabowski hit a two-run homer, leading Los Angeles to a win over Detroit.

Indians 6, Padres 1: At San Diego, Scott Elarton won a road start for the first time in more than four years and Aaron Boone hit two home runs, leading Cleveland over San Diego.

Twins 10, Diamondbacks 0: At Phoenix, Johan Santana threw a four-hitter and struck out nine in Minnesota’s win over Arizona.

Red Sox 4, Cardinals 0: At St. Louis, David Wells threw eight innings of four-hit ball as Boston beat St. Louis.

Royals 4, Giants 1: At San Francisco, Tony Graffanino tripled, drove in a run and scored twice as Kansas City defeated San Francisco.

National League

Astros 4, Mets 1: At New York, Brandon Backe worked around six walks, and pinch-hitter Orlando Palmeiro homered to lead Houston past New York.

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