Minnesota at Cleveland, ppd.: The Indians' 1-0 lead was washed away after two innings by rain Sunday and the game against the Twins postponed. No makeup date was announced after the teams waited 2 hours, 55 minutes to call it.
Toronto 5, L.A. Angels 4 (10): Edwin Encarnacion hit an RBI single in the 10th inning for the Jays to win it. Jon Rauch pitched one inning for Toronto to pick up his fifth victory of the season against three losses.
Baltimore 8, Detroit 5: Nick Markakis homered and drove in four runs, while Jo-Jo Reyes allowed four hits over six innings to earn his first win with Baltimore, as the Orioles avoided a three-game sweep.
Chicago White Sox 6, Kansas City 2: Brent Lillibridge hit a three-run homer, and John Danks pitched six strong innings for the White Sox. Chicago improved its abysmal home record to 26-33 and moved within four games of AL Central-leading Detroit.
Texas 7, Oakland 6: David Murphy hit a tiebreaking RBI single with two outs in the ninth inning for the Rangers, who swept the series. First-place Texas extended its winning streak in the rivalry to eight games. The Rangers (69-52) also moved a season-best 17 games over .500.
Seattle 5, Boston 3: Charlie Furbush allowed just one run in a career-best seven innings, while Casper Wells homered and scored two runs. The Mariners became the first team since late June to win a series against the Red Sox, a span of 11 straight series Boston had won or split.
Washington at Philadelphia, ppd.: Roy Halladay will get a little extra rest after the Phillies' game against the Nationals was rained out Sunday. His team doesn't play until Tuesday in Arizona.
San Francisco 5, Florida 2: Ryan Vogelsong pitched into the eighth inning to earn his career-high 10th win and the Giants hit four homers.
San Diego 7, Cincinnati 3: The Padres scored four runs in the third inning off an ailing Dontrelle Willis, who left during the rally with a sore forearm, and they avoided a sweep with a victory over the Reds.
Milwaukee 2, Pittsburgh 1 (10): Nyjer Morgan's game-ending sacrifice fly in the 10th inning lifted the Brewers to a win over the struggling Pirates and a series sweep.
L.A. Dodgers 7, Houston 0: Hiroki Kuroda pitched seven strong innings, and Justin Sellers hit a three-run drive for his first major league homer as the Dodgers swept a three-game series.
Arizona 5, N.Y. Mets 3: Justin Upton homered and Paul Goldschmidt doubled twice to help the Diamondbacks edge the Mets and notch their sixth straight win.
St. Louis 6, Colorado 2: Albert Pujols' National League-leading 29th home run in the first inning was also the longest ever at Busch Stadium. Pujols' two-run shot off Esmil Rogers of the Rockies cleared the bleachers in left field and was estimated at 465 feet.
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San Francisco Giants: Left-hander Barry Zito sprained his right ankle during a rehabilitation start for Triple-A Fresno and will be sidelined indefinitely.
Arizona Diamondbacks: Right-hander Jason Marquis broke his right shinbone after getting hit by a line drive Sunday. At first, Marquis stayed in the game after he was hit by a ball off the bat of the Mets' Angel Pagan in the top of the third, but left in the fourth.
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