Tigers stumble below .500
• BALTIMORE 9, DETROIT 3: Jonathan Schoop hit a three-run homer in a six-run fourth against Justin Verlander in an Orioles victory Sunday that dropped the host Tigers below .500 for the first time since they were 1-2 early in the 2013 season. Verlander (0-3) gave up seven runs and eight hits in 3⅔ innings.
• KANSAS CITY 4, CHICAGO 1: Danny Duffy took a shutout into the ninth inning in the longest outing of his career, and the Royals beat Chris Sale and the White Sox in Chicago. Lorenzo Cain and Paulo Orlando homered as Kansas City (55-35) moved a season-high 20 games above .500.
• HOUSTON 10, TEXAS 0: Dallas Keuchel allowed two hist and struck out 13 in seven scoreless innings in a home victory over the Rangers. Luis Valbuena had four hits and four RBI, and Colby Rasmus and Preston Tucker had two-run homers.
• NEW YORK 2, SEATTLE 1: Mark Teixeira homered off Fernando Rodney with two outs in the eighth inning for the decisive run for the host Yankees.
• TORONTO 4, TAMPA BAY 0: Chris Colabello and Jose Bautista each hit two-run homers, leading Marco Estrada and the Blue Jays to a home victory that ended a streak of four series losses.
Mets cobble together rally in 18th
• NEW YORK 2, ST. LOUIS 1 (18): The visiting Mets outlasted the Cardinals despite going 1-for-26 with runners in scoring position. Ruben Tejada hit a bases-loaded sacrifice fly in the 18th inning and Eric Campbell drove in another run with a squeeze bunt. The 5-hour, 55-minute game was scoreless until both teams got a run in the 13th.
• MILWAUKEE 6, PITTSBURGH 1: Taylor Jungmann pitched seven strong innings and won his third consecutive decision in leading the Brewers to a home sweep of the Pirates, who lost shortstop Jordy Mercer to a leg injury.
• PHILADELPHIA 8, MIAMI 7: Jeff Francoeur's two-run homer in the bottom of the ninth inning won it for the Phillies, who also got home runs from Ryan Howard and Freddy Galvis.
• SAN FRANCISCO 2, ARIZONA 1: Madison Bumgarner and four relievers scattered nine hits and Justin Maxwell homered, helping the Giants beat the Diamondbacks in Phoenix.
• CHICAGO 4, ATLANTA 1: Jake Arrieta struck out 10 and improved to 5-0 in his past six starts for the visiting Cubs, whose starting pitchers have a 1.29 ERA over their past 16 games.
• CLEVELAND 5, CINCINNATI 3 (11): The Indians scored on four bases-loaded walks and a sacrifice fly, taking the lead in the 11th on Yan Gomes' bases-loaded walk in Cincinnati. Jason Kipnis added a sacrifice fly in the inning.
•The Padres-Rockies games was postponed, the first rainout at San Diego's Petco Park since 2006. Colorado led 1-0 in the top of the fifth inning when play was stopped. Petco Park opened in 2004, and the only previous rainout came two years later.
• The Red Sox and Angels were rained out in Anaheim, Calif.; the teams will play a day-night doubleheader Monday.