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Saturday’s games

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Brewers 7, Twins 6: At Milwaukee, rookie Prince Fielder hit his first major league home run, a pinch-hit, three-run drive in the sixth inning that led the Brewers over Minnesota. Derrick Turnbow got the final three outs for his third save in three days and 14th on the season.

Mets 10, Yankees 3: At New York, Cliff Floyd hit a pair of two-run homers, David Wright also connected and the Mets routed the Yankees at Yankee Stadium for their second consecutive Subway Series victory.

Red Sox 7, Phillies 1: At Philadelphia, Matt Clement (9-1) pitched seven strong innings, leading Boston over the Phillies for its sixth straight win. Boston slugger Manny Ramirez moved ahead of Duke Snider into 38th place on the career list with 408 homers when he connected leading off the ninth.

Braves 5, Orioles 4: At Atlanta, Andruw Jones homered leading off the bottom of the ninth inning and the Braves beat Baltimore after wasting a four-run lead.

Cubs 6, White Sox 2: At Chicago, Aramis Ramirez hit the fifth grand slam of his career, Greg Maddux allowed two runs in six innings, and the visiting Cubs stopped the White Sox’s eight-game winning streak. Maddux (7-4) moved past Tom Seaver into 17th place on the career wins list.

Athletics 6, Giants 3: At Oakland, Calif., Dan Haren (6-7) outpitched former Pepperdine teammate Noah Lowry (4-7) in their first major league matchup, and Nick Swisher hit a three-run homer to lead the A’s over San Francisco.

Rangers 6, Astros 5: At Houston, Michael Young homered twice and drove in three runs, rookie Chris Young (7-4) took a no-hit bid into the sixth inning and Texas Rangers held off the Astros to end a five-game losing streak.

Marlins 6, Devil Rays 2: At St. Petersburg, Fla., rookie Scott Olsen was impressive in his major league debut, allowing two runs – one earned – and four hits in 5 2/3 innings, to lead Florida past Tampa Bay.

Rockies 4, Royals 2: At Denver, Royals starter Runelvys Hernandez forced in runs with walks to pitcher Jeff Francis and Eddy Garabito in the second inning, and Colorado hung on to beat Kansas City.

Indians 12, Reds 7: At Cleveland, Ben Broussard hit two of Cleveland’s five homers as the Indians beat Cincinnati.

Nationals 5, Blue Jays 2: At Washington, Livan Hernandez (11-2) won his 10th straight decision, and the Nationals upped their home winning streak to 12, beating Toronto.

Angels 3, Dodgers 1: At Anaheim, Calif., rookie Ervin Santana (2-2) overcame a shaky start to pitch 6 2/3 solid innings, Orlando Cabrera hit a two-run double, and the Angels beat the Dodgers.

Tigers 5, Diamondbacks 1: At Phoenix, Omar Infante doubled and scored the go-ahead run in the seventh inning to lead Detroit over Arizona.

National league

Cardinals 8, Pirates 0: At St. Louis, Chris Carpenter (11-4) pitched a four-hitter, and Yadier Molina, Jim Edmonds and Albert Pujols homered to lead the Cardinals over Pittsburgh.

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