Blue Jays win their 3,000th game

• TORONTO 7, BOSTON 0: Josh Donaldson and Chris Colabello hit solo home runs, Aaron Sanchez pitched a career-high seven innings and Toronto beat the Red Sox, the 3,000th win in Blue Jays history. Sanchez (3-2) allowed two hits, walked five and struck out three.

• NEW YORK 5, BALTIMORE 4: Brian McCann hit an early two-run homer, Andrew Miller got his major league-leading 13th save and the Yankees beat the Orioles. Alex Rodriguez hit his first triple since July 2012.

• TAMPA BAY 8, TEXAS 2: Nathan Karns took a shutout into the eighth inning, pinch hitter Brandon Guyer had a three-run homer and the Rays beat the Rangers. Karns (2-1) allowed two hits through seven scoreless innings before Adam Rosales homered to lead off the eighth. Karns struck out a career-high nine.


Harper hits two more homers

• WASHINGTON 9, ATLANTA 2: Bryce Harper hit two more home runs, giving him five in two games, and Danny Espinosa also connected twice to power the Nationals past the Braves. Harper drove in five runs with three hits.

PHILADELPHIA 3, NEW YORK 1: Cole Hamels (2-3) gave up one run and four hits in seven innings, striking out eight en route to beating the Mets' Matt Harvey. Harvey (5-1) allowed three runs and six hits in six innings for his first career loss before June. Ryan Howard homered and drove in two for the Phillies. Ken Giles tossed a perfect eighth, and Jonathan Papelbon finished for his sixth save in six tries.

• ST. LOUIS 8, PITTSBURGH 5: Matt Holliday and Kolten Wong hit three-run homers, and Michael Wacha remained unbeaten as the Cardinals held off the Pirates. Jhonny Peralta also homered for the Cardinals, who have won 10 of 11. Wacha (5-0) pitched six innings, giving up three runs and six hits with one strikeout.


• CINCINNATI at CHICAGO WHITE SOX (PPD): The game was postponed due to rain and will be made up as part of a doubleheader on Saturday starting at 3:10 p.m.


Surgery ends season for Rays' Cobb

•Tampa Bay Rays righthander Alex Cobb will have season-ending elbow ligament replacement surgery. Cobb said the best-case scenario would be returning to pitch late next season. Cobb left a spring training start March 17 because of pain in his forearm and began the season on the 15-day disabled list.

•The Royals placed lefthander Jason Vargas on the disabled list with a left flexor strain and reinstated shortstop Alcides Escobar from the seven-day concussion list.

• San Diego Padres first baseman Yonder Alonso will go on the disabled list because of a deep shoulder bruise, the result of an injury he suffered late in Thursday night's game against Arizona.

• The Seattle Mariners activated righthanded reliever Tom Wilhelmsen from the 15-day disabled list.