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Tuesday’s games

Associated Press


Cardinals 7, Blue Jays 0: At Toronto, Chris Carpenter pitched a one-hitter against his former team, and Larry Walker hit two home runs to lead St. Louis over Toronto.

Brewers 4, Devil Rays 0: At St. Petersburg, Fla., newly acquired Tomo Ohka made an impressive debut for Milwaukee, pitching his first career shutout in a win over Tampa Bay.

Indians 11, Rockies 2: At Cleveland, Jake Westbrook was given some rare run support and Cleveland opened its longest homestand this season with a win over Colorado.

Red Sox 7, Reds 0: At Boston, David Wells held Cincinnati hitless for 5 2/3 innings before leaving after seven innings of one-hit ball, and Manny Ramirez homered for the third consecutive game to lead Boston over Cincinnati.

Orioles 6, Astros 1: At Baltimore, Bruce Chen allowed three hits over seven scoreless innings, Miguel Tejada hit his 18th homer, and Baltimore defeated Houston.

Yankees 9, Pirates 0: At New York, Mike Mussina and New York looked every bit as dominant as they are expected to be as they beat Pittsburgh in the teams’ first meeting since the 1960 World Series.

Royals 3, Dodgers 2: At Kansas City, Mo., rookie Shane Costa’s first major league home run snapped a fifth-inning tie and led Kansas City past Los Angeles.

Braves 7, Rangers 2: At Arlington, Texas, rookie Kelly Johnson hit his first major league homer and 46-year-old Julio Franco also connected to help Atlanta beat Texas.

Diamondbacks 10, White Sox 4: At Chicago, Troy Glaus homered and drove in four runs, Shawn Green hit a two-run shot and Arizona routed Chicago.

Tigers 8, Padres 4: At Detroit, Craig Monroe’s pop fly was misplayed and scored two runs in the sixth, lifting Detroit over San Diego.

Twins 4, Giants 3 (11): At Minneapolis, Shannon Stewart’s two-out RBI single in the 11th pushed Minnesota past San Francisco.

Athletics 5, Mets 0: At Oakland, Calif., rookie Joe Blanton carried a perfect game into the fifth in his best outing yet, and Mark Ellis hit a two-run double to lead Oakland over New York.

Nationals 6, Dodgers 3: At Anaheim, Calif., Jose Guillen hit a two-run homer after Los Angeles reliever Brendan Donnelly was ejected for having a foreign substance in his glove, and Washington beat Los Angeles.

National League

Cubs 14, Marlins 0: At Chicago, Aramis Ramirez hit two home runs and Sergio Mitre pitched his second shutout in a week, leading the Cubs over Florida. The Cubs had 10 extra-base hits, including Derrek Lee’s N.L.-leading 18th homer. Lee also had two doubles and a run-scoring single.