Toronto 7, Pittsburgh 2
Chris Rowley has made the unusual transition from West Point graduate to a major league pitcher and he gave the Toronto Blue Jays all they could have wanted Saturday afternoon in winning his debut.
Boston 10, NY Yankees 5
Many among the packed stands at Yankee Stadium might have cringed at the sight of Andrew Benintendi sending two pitches from Luis Severino soaring into the seats.
Cleveland 3, Tampa Bay 0
Jay Bruce is quickly making his presence felt with his new team.
Detroit 12, Minnesota 11
Justin Upton and the Detroit Tigers exposed a shortcoming the Minnesota Twins will have to address if they hope to be successful in their run at the leaders in the American League Central Division -- the bullpen.
Washington 3, San Francisco 1
WASHINGTON --The scenario didn't look good at all for the Washington Nationals when Bryce Harper hit the first-base bag and tumbled onto the ground in the last of the first inning late Saturday night.
Philadelphia 3, NY Mets 1
Aaron Nola has been one of the hottest pitchers in baseball the last few months. Saturday night against the New York Mets was not any different.
Miami 4, Colorado 3
Colorado Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado, who leads the majors in RBIs, was ejected.
Milwaukee 6, Cincinnati 5
Milwaukee's offense magically reappeared with three homers on Saturday night, but Eric Sogard's mad dash home on a 10th-inning wild pitch was the deciding factor as the Brewers snapped their season-high six-game losing streak with a 6-5 victory over the Cincinnati Reds at Miller Park.
Kansas City 5, Chi. White Sox 4
Melky Cabrera harbors no hard feelings toward the Chicago White Sox for dealing him to the Kansas City Royals before the trade deadline.
St. Louis 6, Atlanta 5
According to the St. Louis Cardinals, it's all coming together just as they thought it would all along.
Texas 8, Houston 3
In early June, the Houston Astros were riding high. They strolled into Arlington and swept the Texas Rangers, who had owned them the year before.
Arizona 6, Chi. Cubs 2
Patrick Corbin and Brandon Drury experienced plenty of down moments as the Arizona Diamondbacks went into a significant slump. But they combined to give Arizona a huge lift -- and a big win -- against a team they might see again in October.
Baltimore 12, Oakland 5
It is safe to say that playing for the Baltimore Orioles agrees with shortstop Tim Beckham.
LA Angels 6, Seattle 3
The Los Angeles Angels have certainly won the battle of the bullpens against the Seattle Mariners in this series.
LA Dodgers 6, San Diego 3
Few were more aware than Corey Seager that the Los Angeles Dodgers had been stranding an unusually high number of runners in scoring position lately.