Blue Jays add to Rex Sox's funk
• TORONTO 13, BOSTON 10: Russell Martin broke a tie with a three-run triple in a nine-run seventh inning Friday night, lifting the Blue Jays over the Red Sox after trailing 8-1 at Fenway Park. The Blue Jays won their ninth consecutive game. The Red Sox, who suffered their fourth consecutive loss, had a chance to tie it in the ninth when they loaded the bases after Xander Bogaerts singled in a run. But with two outs, Mike Napoli took a called third strike.
• HOUSTON 10, SEATTLE 0: Luis Valbuena and Jason Castro homered off Felix Hernandez, who threw 31 pitches and recorded only one out in an eight-run first inning. Astros second baseman Jose Altuve hurt himself running out a grounder in the inning and left the game because of a sore right hamstring. The team said he would not be in the lineup Saturday.
• TAMPA BAY 7, CHICAGO 5: Joey Butler had three of Tampa Bay's 14 hits and Matt Andriese earned his first major league victory in the Rays' home victory. Andriese (1-1) struck out five in the 26th game started by a Rays rookie this season. Butler, another rookie who has hit safely in 12 of 13 games, drove in two runs. Jose Abreu hit his 12th home run for the White Sox, connecting in a third consecutive game.
• BALTIMORE 11, NEW YORK 3: Chris Davis homered and drove in four runs, helping the host Orioles run their winning streak to a season-best five and reach .500 for the first time since May 5.
Reds overtake Cubs in 10 innings
• CINCINNATI 5, CHICAGO 4 (10): Eugenio Suarez drove in Todd Frazier with an unearned tiebreaking run in the 10th inning, and the banged-up Reds rallied to win in Chicago. Frazier also hit his team-leading 18th homer and drove in a run with a double.
• NEW YORK 5, ATLANTA 3: Bartolo Colon moved into a tie for the major league lead with his ninth victory, backed by homers by Wilmer Flores and John Mayberry Jr. against the visiting Braves. The 42-year-old Colon (9-4) gave up two runs in six innings.
• MIAMI 5, COLORADO 1: Jose Urena pitched into the seventh inning for his first major league victory. J.T. Realmuto hit a three-run homer and Martin Prado added a solo shot for the host Marlins.
• MILWAUKEE 8, WASHINGTON 4: Aramis Ramirez hit three doubles and drove in five runs and Mike Fiers recorded his second career victory in two starts against the visiting Nationals. Loser Jordan Zimmermann allowed six runs in 3⅓ innings.
• ST. LOUIS 4, KANSAS CITY 0: Jaime Garcia pitched eight innings of four-hit ball and hit an RBI single for the host Cardinals, who ended the Royals' four-game winning streak. Garcia's hit followed Jon Jay's two-out RBI triple in the second off Yordano Ventura, who lasted only three innings, removed as a precaution due to weakness in his pitching hand.
•The Gants placed outfielder Hunter Pence on the 15-day disabled list because of tendinitis in his left wrist. He hasn't played since injuring the wrist June 2 on a diving catch.