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MLB Report / Scores and fast facts

>American League

Baltimore 6, Chicago White Sox 4: Nolan Reimold hit a two-run homer off Jason Frasor in the 10th inning, and the Orioles ended the White Sox's five-game winning streak.

Cleveland 10, Detroit 3: Ubaldo Jimenez showed why Cleveland traded for him, winning his home debut and rookie Jason Kipnis went 5 for 5 with four runs and three RBIs as the Indians shaved another game off Detroit's lead in the AL Central.

Toronto 4, Oakland 1: Brett Lawrie hit his first career grand slam for the Blue Jays. Both benches and bullpens emptied in the eighth when Oakland's Jordan Norberto hit Yunel Escobar on the left arm with a pitch. No punches were thrown.

Minnesota 5, Boston 2: The Twins snapped a five-game losing streak against Boston as Jim Thome hit a tiebreaking RBI double during a three-run eighth. Thome also had an RBI single. The Red Sox are now 12-4 away from Fenway Park since June 30.

Tampa Bay 8, Kansas City 7: Sam Fuld hit a game-tying triple and then scored on an errant throw to complete a five-run ninth as the Rays rallied.

Seattle 4, Texas 3: Casper Wells had the tiebreaking RBI single in the seventh inning for the Mariners and Jason Vargas picked up his first win in his last seven starts.


>National League

Pittsburgh 8, San Francisco 2: Andrew McCutchen hit a two-run homer and the Pirates won their first series in three weeks.

Philadelphia 9, L.A. Dodgers 8: Ryan Howard and Hunter Pence homered as the Phillies overcame an early six-run deficit to finish a three-game sweep.

Atlanta 6, Florida 2: Dan Uggla extended his hitting streak to 31 games as the Braves finished a sweep of the Marlins. Uggla tied Rico Carty for the second-longest hitting streak in franchise history. Tommy Holmes hit in 37 straight for the Boston Braves in 1945.

Cincinnati 3, Colorado 2: Joey Votto hit the last of Cincinnati's three solo homers, spoiling Kevin Millwood's return to the majors.

San Diego 9, N.Y. Mets 5: Will Venable sparked San Diego's surging offense with four hits from the leadoff spot and the Padres' bullpen rebounded from consecutive flops against the Mets.

Milwaukee 5, St. Louis 1: Randy Wolf pitched eight innings and the streaking Brewers jumped on Jake Westbrook early to give the NL Central leaders their 13th win in 14 games.

Chicago Cubs 4, Washington 2: Reed Johnson, Alfonso Soriano and Geovany Soto each homered and the Cubs kept up their power surge. They've connected in eight straight games.

Houston at Arizona: Rookie left fielder J.D. Martinez's 11 hits in 36 career at-bats have left the park for Houston. All have come in his last six games.


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Beaten fan has movement: The family of the San Francisco Giants fan who was severely beaten outside Dodger Stadium says he can slightly lift his arm and leg and respond to some directions. Bryan Stow suffered brain injuries when he was attacked after the Dodgers' home opener in late March.

Minnesota Twins: Justin Morneau will rejoin the team Friday when it opens a three-game series in Cleveland. The star first baseman has not played in a game since June 9, when he went on the disabled list to have surgery to repair a pinched nerve in his neck.

Compiled from News and wire service reports.