Orioles edge Yankees

•BALTIMORE 4, NEW YORK 3: Miguel Gonzalez struck out a career-high 10 over seven innings, and the Orioles beat CC Sabathia and theYankees on Tuesday night at soggy Camden Yards. Adam Jones homered and drove in two runs for the Orioles, and Caleb Joseph contributed two hits and an RBI. Gonzalez gave up four hits, a walk and one run. The righthander allowed only one runner past second base and capped his outing by striking out the side in the seventh. Sabathia yielded four runs and seven hits in seven innings, walking one and striking out seven.

•CHICAGO 4, CLEVELAND 1: Chicago's Jose Quintana pitched six strong innings, leading the White Sox over the Indians in Cleveland. Indians starter Carlos Carrasco was carted off the field after Melky Cabrera — the game's second hitter — rocketed a shot up the middle that slammed into the right side of the righthander's face. Carrasco was lucky to get a piece of his glove on the ball before it smashed him. The Indians said X-rays of Carrasco were negative and he was being treated at a hospital for a bruised jaw. The White Sox scored two runs in the first after Carrasco was injured and won their third in a row. Quintana allowed three hits and struck out six.

•TAMPA BAY 3, TORONTO 2: Desmond Jennings hit a tiebreaking sacrifice fly in the eighth inning, and the visiting Rays beat the Blue Jays for their fourth win in a row. Steven Souza homered in the first inning and reached on a bunt in the eighth, stole second, took third on an error and scored on Jennings' fly out.


Stanton gets four RBI in Miami win

•MIAMI 8, ATLANTA 2: Giancarlo Stanton broke out of a slump with three hits and four RBI, Dee Gordon and Ichiro Suzuki each scored two runs as the Marlins routed the host Braves. Stanton, who signed a record 13-year, $325 million contract in November, began the game hitting only .130 with three RBI in 23 at-bats. Winning pitcher Tom Koehler gave up six hits, two runs and two walks with three strikeouts in 5⅓ innings.

•NEW YORK 6, PHILADELPHIA 5: Matt Harvey won his first home start in almost 20 months, and Lucas Duda hit a three-run double to lead the Mets past the Phillies for their third consecutive victory.


Greene sharp in Tigers' win

•DETROIT 2, PITTSBURGH 0: Shane Greene pitched eight strong innings and the Tigers bounced back from their first loss of the season with a shutout victory over the Pirates in Pittsburgh. Greene, a 26-year-old righthander, allowed only three singles and two of them never left the infield. He had three strikeouts and no walks. Greene has allowed only one unearned run in 16 innings through his first two starts of the season. Acquired from the New York Yankees in an offseason trade that also included the Diamondbacks, Greene pitched eight innings last Thursday to beat the Twins. Joakim Soria retired the side in order in the ninth for his third save.