Rays beat Yankees' Eovaldi

• TAMPA BAY 3, NEW YORK 2: Asdrubal Cabrera hit a two-run single and Kevin Kiermaier had an RBI single on Saturday afternoon as the visiting Rays ended Yankees starter Nathan Eovaldi's nine-game winning streak. The righthander was 9-0 with a 3.32 ERA in his previous 13 starts, the longest winning streak in the majors this season. The Yankees had won three straight and six of seven, but they've dropped six of nine at home.

• TORONTO 5, BALTIMORE 1: David Price got his 100th career victory, and Jose Bautista hit his 32nd home run of the season as the Blue Jays beat the Orioles on Saturday. Bautista hit a solo home run off Mike Wright in the first inning and made it 2-0 with an RBI double in the third. Baltimore slugger Chris Davis, who had hit five home runs in his previous three games, went 1-for-3.


Brewers stay hot

• MILWAUKEE 8, CINCINNATI 6: Elian Herrera hit a tiebreaking home run on reliever J.J. Hoover's first pitch of the eighth inning, giving the Brewers a win over the host Reds in the first game of a day-night doubleheader. The Brewers won their fifth in a row.

• ST. LOUIS 4, PITTSBURGH 1: Jaime Garcia pitched seven scoreless innings, Matt Carpenter homered and the host Cardinals beat the Pirates. Garcia struck out a season-high nine, walked one and allowed four hits for his 50th career win. Kevin Siegrist followed with a scoreless eighth before Trevor Rosenthal gave up a two-out run in the ninth. Carpenter's 21st homer was a two-run shot in the seventh and put the Cardinals ahead 4-0. The Cardinals pushed their lead over the Pirates to 6½ games in the NL Central. Pittsburgh starter Charlie Morton (8-7) went six innings and allowed two runs, one earned, and four hits.


Big Papi sets Red Sox mark

• BOSTON 9, PHILADELPHIA 2: David Ortiz hit his 496th career home run, reaching 30 in a season for a team-record ninth time as the Red Sox beat the Phillies. The 39-year-old Ortiz surpassed Hall of Famer Ted Williams' eight 30-homer seasons with the Red Sox. Big Papi set the mark with a drive that hooked around the Pesky Pole, capping an eight-run fourth inning. Xander Bogaerts hit a three-run double during Boston's big burst, scoring himself on the play after an error.


Harvey near doctor's limit

• New York Mets ace Matt Harvey said that his surgeon has advised him not to exceed 180 innings this year. Harvey has thrown 166-plus innings so far. Harvey is 12-7 with a 2.60 ERA in 25 starts.