american LEAGUE

Orioles shut out Indians in both ends of doubleheader

• Baltimore 4-8, Cleveland 0-0: For the first time since Sept. 6, 1974, the Orioles registered shutouts in both games of a doubleheader. The opposition that day was also Cleveland. With the home sweep, Baltimore moved a season-high seven games above .500 and now leads the AL East by percentage points over Tampa Bay.

• Kansas City 5, Oakland 3: Jeremy Guthrie struck out a season-high seven batters in six innings as the Royals completed a three-game sweep of the host Athletics.

• Detroit 5, Chicago 4: Trailing 4-0, the host Tigers scored four runs in the eighth and won it in the ninth on a home run by rookie James McCann. McCann has two game-ending homers in the first 61 games of his career.

• Houston 3, New York 1: Rookie Carlos Correa doubled twice and scored the tiebreaking run on a triple by Evan Gattis in the seventh inning for the host Astros.

• Boston 5, Tampa Bay 3: The visiting Red Sox hit three homers and stopped Chris Archer's career-best six-game winning streak. Archer began the day with an AL-best 2.01 ERA. He dropped to 1-6 in his career against Boston.

• Toronto 3, Texas 2: Josh Donaldson hit his 18th home run and Drew Hutchison won his fifth straight decision for the host Blue Jays.

• Los Angeles 3, Seattle 2 (10): The host Angels scored the winning run on a wild pitch by Tom Wilhelmsen in the 10th inning.

National LEAGUE

Mets' Matz wins debut, goes 3-for-3 with four RBI

• New York 7, Cincinnati 2: In an astonishing debut, Steven Matz became the only major league pitcher to drive in four runs in his first career game while leading the host Mets to a victory over the Reds. Pitching about 50 miles from home with a huge cheering section on hand, Matz got three hits and worked into the eighth inning after giving up a home run to his first batter. Earlier, in the completion of a game suspended by rain a day earlier, the Mets beat the Reds 2-1 in 13 innings.

• San Francisco 6, Colorado 3: Madison Bumgarner pitched into the eighth inning and hit his eighth career homer for the host Giants.

• Los Angeles 2, Miami 0: Zack Greinke pitched 7⅔ innings in Miami for his first victory in his past 10 starts. Greinke held the opponent without a run for his third start in a row, extending his scoreless streak to 20⅔ innings. He reduced his major league-leading ERA to 1.58.

• Washington 3-5, Philadelphia 2-8: The host Phillies stopped the Nationals' eight-game winning streak with a victory in the second half of a doubleheader. In the first game Stephen Strasburg struck out a season-high nine in seven strong innings for Washington.

• ST. LOUIS 4, CHICAGO 1: Carlos Martinez gave up one earned run in six innings to pick up his ninth win of the season for the host Cardinals.

• Atlanta 2, Pittsburgh 1: The visiting Braves ended a season-high five-game losing streak.

• Arizona 6, San Diego 4: The visiting Diamondbacks hit three home runs.

Associated Press