Price, Tigers keep Indians in check
•DETROIT 7, CLEVELAND 3: David Price allowed one run in 6 ⅔ innings and the visiting Tigers scored six times in the fifth to continue their dominance over the Indians. Detroit is 20-5 in Cleveland over the past three seasons. Price (7-2) scattered nine hits and struck out seven.
•BALTIMORE 6, BOSTON 4: David Lough hit a three-run homer in Baltimore's four-run second inning and the Orioles beat the host Red Sox for their 12th victory in 15 games.
• OAKLAND 8, TEXAS 6: Josh Phegley homered and had a two-run double, Ben Zobrist also went deep and the visiting Athletics beat the Rangers, who got a 1-for-4 night and an RBI from Adrian Beltre in his first game back from an injured thumb.
• SEATTLE 7, KANSAS CITY 0: Mike Montgomery tossed a complete-game shutout, striking out 10 Royals in Seattle while Logan Morrison drove in two and homered for the Mariners.
Strasburg returns, silences Braves
• WASHINGTON 3, ATLANTA 1: Stephen Strasburg pitched five shutout innings in his return from the disabled list, Anthony Rendon tied his career-high with four hits and the host Nationals defeated the Braves. Strasburg (4-5), who missed 21 games because of neck tightness, allowed baserunners in four of five innings, but only one got as far as second base. It was Strasburg's first scoreless start this season.
•ST. LOUIS 4, MIAMI 3: Carlos Martinez shook off a slow start and a fastball that hit him in the right shoulder to pitch seven innings, helping the Cardinals beat the Marlins in Miami. Martinez (8-3) struck out nine and allowed eight hits. Giancarlo Stanton hit his 26th homer of the season, a shot estimated at 484 feet to tie his mark for the longest homer in MLB this season.
• COLORADO 10, ARIZONA 5: Nolan Arenado hit two home runs, including a go-ahead three-run shot in Colorado's six-run fifth inning, and the host Rockies rallied to beat the Diamondbacks. Wilin Rosario, D.J. LeMahieu and Brandon Barnes also homered.
•PITTSBURGH 7, CINCINNATI 6: Andrew McCutchen and Francisco Cervelli homered during a fourth-inning outburst and the host Pirates ended a three-game losing streak.
•MILWAUKEE 3, NEW YORK 2: Mike Fiers pitched six innings with seven strikeouts, and Adam Lind was 2-for-4 with an RBI to help the host Brewers beat the Mets.
•CHICAGO 1, LOS ANGELES 0 (10): Chris Denorfia hit a game-ending sacrifice fly in the 10th, and the host Cubs beat the Dodgers for their fourth consecutive victory.
• PHILADELPHIA 11, N.Y. YANKEES 6: Phillies rookie slugger Maikel Franco homered again and had five RBI for the second straight night at Yankee Stadium.
•The New York Mets placed Travis d'Arnaud on the 15-day disabled list, the latest setback in an injury-plagued season for the catcher.