Sale serves up more Raburn HRs
• CLEVELAND 3, CHICAGO 2: Ryan Raburn hit two home runs, and Trevor Bauer pitched two-hit ball for seven innings as the Indians beat the host White Sox, ending Chicago's four-game winning streak Monday. Raburn has four multihomer games against the White Sox. His two blasts against Chris Sale (12-8) made him 10-for-33 with four home runs lifetime against him.
• BOSTON 11, TORONTO 4: Jackie Bradley Jr. had a two-run homer and four RBI, and Rick Porcello and the host Red Sox handed the Blue Jays only their fourth loss in 16 games. Josh Donaldson and Justin Smoak each hit solo homers for Toronto. Donaldson's was his 37th.
• DETROIT 5, TAMPA BAY 4: Rajai Davis homered twice in a game for the second time in his career for the host Tigers. James McCann also homered for the Tigers, connecting off former college battery mate Drew Smyly.
• OAKLAND 10, HOUSTON 9: Coco Crisp hit a go-ahead two-run pinch-hit double in the sixth inning after Oakland knocked out starter Mike Fiers, and the host Athletics beat the division-leading Astros, who missed a chance to move a season-high-tying 14 games over .500.
• TEXAS 3, SEATTLE 0: Adrian Beltre's two-run, bases-loaded single in the sixth was the key blow for the visiting Rangers.
• NEW YORK 8, BALTIMORE 6: Greg Bird hit a tiebreaking, three-run homer off Brian Matusz in the seventh inning, leading the host Yankees past the Orioles. Alex Rodriguez got his 3,054th career hit and passed Rod Carew for 22nd place.
Cubs blank Cards in series opener
• CHICAGO 9, ST. LOUIS 0: Dexter Fowler had a leadoff home run and two-run double the first two innings and Addison Russell's three-run homer capped a five-run third as the Cubs opened an 11-game road trip with their fourth consecutive victory.
• COLORADO 6, SAN DIEGO 4: Kyle Kendrick pitched five innings and hit his first major league home run, leading the visiting Rockies to their first victory in seven games at Petco Park.
• ARIZONA 6, SAN FRANCISCO 1: Phil Gosselin's three-run shot — his second home run since being activated from the 60-day disabled list eight days earlier — helped the host Diamondbacks beat the fading Giants and end a four-game slide.
• MILWAUKEE 9, MIAMI 1: Hernan Perez had three hits and three RBI, helping Zach Davies earn his first major league win for the visiting Brewers, who have won seven of eight.
• CINCINNATI 3, PITTSBURGH 1: The host Reds took advantage of a season-high four Pirates errors to win the opener of a three-game series. Anthony DeSclafani didn't allow a Pittsburgh baserunner past second base until the eighth.
• ATLANTA 7, PHILADELPHIA 2: The Braves ended a 12-game losing streak, beating the host Phillies. Hector Olivera homered, doubled and drove in four runs.
• DODGERS 7, ANGELS 5: Zack Greinke gave up three runs in six innings, but Scott Van Slyke's four hits and four RBI, along with six Dodgers relievers, helped put away the host Angels.