Blue Jays clobber Rays
• TORONTO 8, TAMPA BAY 4: Troy Tulowitzki doubled and singled in his return to the Toronto lineup after missing three weeks because of injuries, and the Blue Jays rallied to beat the host Rays. Tulowitzki went 2-for-5 and scored a run. "Big relief he's back out there," Toronto center fielder Kevin Pillar said. Edwin Encarnacion and Russell Martin homered for the Blue Jays. Mark Buehrle gave up four runs and six hits in 6⅔ innings. He is two innings away from 200.
• CLEVELAND 8, BOSTON 2: Josh Tomlin pitched into the seventh inning and Carlos Santana drove in three runs with a bases-loaded double, leading the host Indians over the Red Sox. Tomlin made one mistake — a two-run homer by David Ortiz, his 37th this season, in the fourth — in 6⅓ innings.
• CHICAGO 2, DETROIT 1: Chris Sale allowed one run over seven-plus innings and set a White Sox season strikeout record as Chicago beat the visiting Tigers.
• OAKLAND 4, SEATTLE 2: Former Twin Danny Valencia hit a two-run homer in the eighth inning, lifting the Athletics over the host Mariners.
Braves shut out Cards
• ATLANTA 4, ST. LOUIS 0: Julio Teheran pitched six strong innings, Daniel Castro drove in two runs and the Braves beat the Cardinals. Teheran allowed five hits, walked one and struck out six. The righthander closed his regular season by going 2-1 with a 1.62 ERA in his past six starts.
• CHICAGO 6, MILWAUKEE 1: Jake Arrieta struck out seven in six strong innings, and Anthony Rizzo had two hits and three RBI, including a solo homer, as the Cubs beat the Brewers in Milwaukee. Arrieta allowed two singles in his final tuneup before the postseason. His ERA dropped to 1.77.
• PITTSBURGH 6, CINCINNATI 4 (12): Starling Marte's two-run homer in the bottom of the 12th inning gave the Pirates a victory over the Reds, extending their losing streak to 13 games. It was his 19th home run of the season and third career walk-off shot. Eugenio Suarez had two hits and three RBI, including a two-run homer, for the Reds.
• COLORADO 9, SAN FRANCISCO 3: Nolan Arenado hit his NL-leading 42nd home run and broke the major league record for extra-base hits (88) in a season by a third baseman as the Rockies beat the host Giants to end a three-game losing streak.
3 games washed out
• Three games Friday night were postponed by rain until Saturday, so there will be three doubleheaders