San Francisco 1, Cleveland 0: Tony Sipp balked home the go-ahead run with the bases loaded in the seventh inning, giving the Giants a victory over the error-prone Indians. Brian Wilson pitched a scoreless ninth for his 23rd save in 25 chances.
N.Y. Mets 14, Texas 5: Lucas Duda matched a Mets record with three doubles while going 4 for 5 with four RBIs, while Carlos Beltran snapped out of a slump with three hits.
L.A. Angels 6, L.A. Dodgers 1: Tyler Chatwood pitched seven strong innings, fellow rookie Mark Trumbo homered and Vernon Wells added a three-run shot as the Angels beat the Dodgers again.
Oakland 4, Philadelphia 1: Trevor Cahill tossed three-hit ball into the eighth inning, and Adam Rosales homered as the Athletics ended a three-game losing skid.
Detroit 6, Arizona 0: Justin Verlander struck out a career-high 14 in his latest masterful performance for the Tigers. In the eighth inning, he reached 100 miles per hour on the stadium scoreboard -- on his 116th pitch.
Toronto 6, St. Louis 3: Carlos Villanueva worked six solid innings backed by Juan Rivera's three-run homer, the only hit in a five-run third, and the Jays beat the sagging Cardinals.
Cincinnati 10, Baltimore 5: Joey Votto homered twice and drove in five runs, and the Reds beat the Orioles in a long-ball duel that featured nine home runs.
Pittsburgh 6, Boston 4: Lyle Overbay hit a three-run homer and the Pirates spoiled Tim Wakefield's homecoming with a win. Pittsburgh moved two games above .500.
Tampa Bay 7, Houston 2: B.J. Upton homered and drove in two runs to back up Wade Davis and help the Rays win. Evan Longoria and Casey Kotchman added two RBIs apiece for the Rays, who won their third straight.
Kansas City 3, Chicago Cubs 2: Chris Getz drove in the go-ahead run with two outs in the eighth inning as the Royals snapped a season-high six game losing streak.
Milwaukee 11, Minnesota 1: Prince Fielder hit one of four Milwaukee homers to give him an NL-best 67 RBIs this season and the Brewers beat the injury-riddled Twins after Delmon Young left on a stretcher.
Florida at Seattle: The Marlins' problems continued late Friday night, as they lost to the Mariners while collecting only two hits. That put their record at 2-21 for the month.
> National League
Atlanta 10, San Diego 1: Jair Jurrjens of the Braves became the third pitcher to reach 10 wins for the season -- all three did it on Saturday. Dan Uggla homered in suport of Jurrjens.
> Around the horn
San Francisco Giants: Jonathan Sanchez has been placed on the 15-day disabled list with tendinitis in his left biceps following a recent string of erratic starts.
Cleveland Indians: Shin-Soo Choo will see a hand specialist on Monday and expects to have surgery on his injured thumb, likely sidelining him for the next six weeks and possibly more.
Texas Rangers: Shortstop Elvis Andrus will be out of the ineup at least through the weekend because of a sprained left wrist. Andrus came into the clubhouse Saturday with a wet wrap around his wrist.
Compiled from News and wire service reports.