Final N-Y Yankees 7 Arizona 5
Final Minnesota 7 Miami 4
Final N-Y Mets 4 Chi White Sox 2
Final Milwaukee 4 Oakland 2
Final Toronto 4 Kansas City 1
Final Detroit 9 L-A Angels 1
Final Cleveland 10 Houston 4
Final Tampa Bay 8 Boston 5
Final Texas 9 Seattle 7
Final Atlanta 5 Washington 4, 10 Innings
Final Cincinnati 4 Pittsburgh 1
Final L-A Dodgers 5 Colorado 1
Final San Francisco 5 Philadelphia 1
Final Chi Cubs 2 St. Louis 0
Cubs Blank Cardinals
– The Chicago Cubs have regained a share of first place in the National League Central by blanking the co-leaders. Kyle Hendricks worked seven innings and Ian Happ singled home the tiebreaking run in the sixth as the Cubs downed the Cardinals, 2-0 in St. Louis. Hendricks scattered seven hits and had seven strikeouts while improving to 8-0 in his last 11 starts against the Cardinals. Both runs were aided by errors. Kris Bryant reached on an error by third baseman Tommy Edman before scoring the lead run. Javier Baez scored from second on a miscue by catcher Matt Wieters on a pickoff attempt two innings later.
Brewers Gain Ground
– The Brewers are one game off the NL Central lead after Jordan Lyles allowed one run and three hits over five innings of a 4-2 win at Oakland. Lyles picked up his first victory in more than two months, doing it in his Milwaukee debut following his trade from Pittsburgh earlier this week. Lorenzo Cain hit a leadoff homer and Christian Yelich added an RBI double to extend his hitting streak to 18 games, matching a career high.
Mets Stay Hot With Win over Sox
– The Mets extended their season-high winning streak to six games by scoring three runs in the ninth following an error by shortstop Tim Anderson to beat the White Sox, 4-2. Todd Frazier singled home the tiebreaking run and scored on Michael Conforto’s two-run single. Jacob de Grom’s shutout streak ended at 19 innings, but he also struck out 10 over seven frames as New York won for the 12th time in its last 16 games.
Twins Top Marlins
– Jose Berrios struck out a season-high 11 while allowing only two hits over seven shutout innings of the Twins’ 7-4 win at Miami. Max Kepler hit his 29th homer of the season, Mitch Garver added a three-run shot and Eddie Rosario had a two-run home run as the Twins won for the fifth time in six games. Minnesota leads the majors with 209 home runs, 16 shy of the club record set in 1963.