Cy Young winner still winless
•KANSAS CITY 6, CLEVELAND 2: Alex Gordon and Mike Moustakas combined for six hits for the visiting Royals, who beat reigning Cy Young winner Corey Kluber on Monday night in Cleveland. Gordon drove in two runs and had a go-ahead double in the sixth. Moustakas had four hits, including an RBI single. Kluber (0-3. 4.24 ERA) gave up six runs — four earned — in 6⅓ innings. After going 18-9 last year, he hasn't won in five starts.
•SEATTLE 3, TEXAS 1: The Mariners' Nelson Cruz had an RBI single against his former team, in Arlington, Texas. The Rangers are the majors' only team without back-to-back victories.
•NEW YORK 4, TAMPA BAY 1: Brian McCann hit a tiebreaking home run and Adam Warren pitched effectively into the sixth inning for the Yankees, who ended the Rays' five-game winning streak. The host Yankees won their fourth straight over Tampa Bay, moving atop the AL East alone for the first time this year.
•BOSTON 6, TORONTO 5: Mookie Betts'game-ending RBI single lifted the Red Sox to victory. Pablo Sandoval homered for the second consecutive day for Boston before leaving the game because of a sore neck. Rookie Devon Travis belted his sixth homer for the Blue Jays.
Hamels, with help, ends drought
•PHILADELPHIA 4, ST. LOUIS 1: Cole Hamels won for the first time in seven starts dating to September, and Ben Revere's two-run double in a three-run seventh inning was the big hit for the visiting Phillies in a victory over the Cardinals.
•CINCINNATI 9, MILWAUKEE 6: Pitcher Jason Marquis contributed a run-scoring single, and slumping Jay Bruce homered and drove in three runs as the host Reds ended a three-game losing streak by beating the worst team in the majors.
•ATLANTA 8, WASHINGTON 4: The host Braves used a three run six inning that included Kelly Johnson's two-run homer to beat Doug Fister and the Nationals. Washington has lost six in a row.
•COLORADO 5, ARIZONA 4: Justin Morneau's three-run homer in the first put the visiting Rockies ahead to stay.
•NEW YORK 3, FLORIDA 1: Daniel Murphy hit a three-run homer with one out in the ninth inning, and the Mets ended the host Marlins' five-game winning streak.
•LOS ANGELES 8, SAN FRANCISCO 3: Justin Turner's three-run pinch homer in the eighth broke open a close game for the host Dodgers.
•CHICAGO 4, PITTSBURGH 0: Kris Bryant drove in two runs in support of Jason Hammel's eight shutout innings.
•HOUSTON 9, SAN DIEGO 4: Colby Rasmus hit an RBI single in the eighth and homered in the ninth, lifting the Astros to a home victory. The score was tied after seven innings.
•The Orioles' home game against the White Sox at Camden Yards was postponed because of safety concerns amid rioting and looting in the aftermath of the funeral of Freddie Gray, who died in police custody. Commissioner Rob Manfred said Tuesday night's game between the teams could be moved — possibly to Nationals Park in Washington.