TORONTO -- Jose Bautista's single in the 19th inning drove home the winning run as the Toronto Blue Jays rallied from a five-run deficit to win the longest game in franchise history, beating the Detroit Tigers 6-5 on Sunday.
Munenori Kawasaki singled off starter Rick Porcello (13-7) to begin the 19th and advanced to third when second baseman Ian Kinsler couldn't field an errant throw from Porcello on Jose Reyes' sacrifice bunt. Melky Cabrera was intentionally walked to load the bases for Bautista, who ended it with a single to right over the drawn-in outfield, sending his teammates streaming out of the dugout in celebration.
At 6 hours, 37 minutes, it was the longest game by time in Blue Jays history, easily surpassing a 5:57 game against the Yankees on April 19, 2001.
DODGERS 5, BREWERS 1
MILWAUKEE -- Clayton Kershaw won his 14th game to tie for the National League lead, and the Dodgers beat the Brewers to avoid a three-game sweep in a matchup of divisional leaders.
Kershaw (14-2) allowed a run and six hits with two walks and six strikeouts in eight innings.
Kershaw also reached base three times and had an RBI single in the eighth.
RED SOX 3, ANGELS 1
ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Yoenis Cespedes hit a three-run homer in the eighth inning, Rubby De La Rosa pitched five-hit ball into the eighth and the Red Sox bounced back from a 19-inning loss with a victory over the Angels.
The teams returned just 12 hours after the longest game in the majors this season, a 6½-hour epic won 5-4 by the Angels on Albert Pujols' homer well after midnight.
Mike Trout homered in the eighth for the Angels (68-49), who still have the majors' second-best record despite losing five of six.
Cespedes broke open a scoreless game with his first homer for the defending World Series champions, driving a pitch from Joe Smith (4-1) into the Boston bullpen in left.
De La Rosa (4-4) had eight strikeouts and blanked the Angels until Trout's homer on his 110th pitch.
MARINERS 4, WHITE SOX 2
SEATTLE -- Austin Jackson, acquired in a trade with the Detroit Tigers before the deadline, matched a career-high with four RBIs to lead the Mariners to a victory over the White Sox.
Logan Morrison began a two-out rally for the Mariners in the second inning off Chicago's John Danks (9-8) with a hard line drive single off the wall in right field. Infield singles by Chris Taylor and Jesus Sucre loaded the bases for Jackson.
A career .400 hitter against Danks, Jackson doubled down the left field line to give the Mariners a 3-0 lead. He finished 3 for 4.
PHILLIES 7, METS 6
Chase Utley singled, tripled, homered and drove in three runs for the Phillies, who snapped a five-game skid against the Mets.
Jenrry Mejia (5-5) got the loss then. after the game, revealed he had a hernia problem.
Ken Giles (1-0) pitched a scoreless ninth to cap four innings of scoreless relief by three Phillies relievers.
REDS 7, MARLINS 2
CINCINNATI -- Devin Mesoraco hit his third grand slam of the season and drove in six runs, and the Reds salvaged the finale of a three-game series against the Marlins.
The fifth-inning outburst gave Johnny Cueto (14-6) some breathing room. In eight innings, he allowed five hits -- two homers -- with two walks and nine strikeouts.
Hand (2-4) allowed five hits and seven runs with three walks -- all of them in the fifth -- and two strikeouts.
Giancarlo Stanton, the NL's home run and RBI leader, lined his 29th homer with two outs in the first for a 1-0 Miami lead.
INDIANS 4, YANKEES 1
NEW YORK -- Carlos Carrasco rejoined the Cleveland rotation in fine fashion by pitching five dominant innings and the Indians nearly tossed another shutout at Yankee Stadium, beating New York.
Jason Kipnis got three hits and scored three runs as the Indians finished 4-3 against New York -- only twice in the last 22 years has Cleveland taken the season matchup.
Carrasco (4-4) allowed just two singles, walked none, struck out four and retired his last 11 batters.
Cleveland evened its record at 59-59 by taking advantage of a surprisingly shaky Hiroki Kuroda (7-8).
TWINS 6, ATHLETICS 1
OAKLAND, Calif. -- Kurt Suzuki hit a tiebreaking double and Josh Willingham added two-run homer in the eighth inning, and the Twins snapped a 12-game losing streak to Oakland by beating the Athletics.
Phil Hughes (12-8) allowed four hits in seven innings for his second straight victory.
CUBS 3, RAYS 2, 12 INNINGS
CHICAGO -- Anthony Rizzo hit a game-ending RBI single in the 12th inning, and the Cubs beat the Rays to avoid a three-game sweep.
The last-place Cubs struck out 17 times, running their total to 44 for the weekend series, but Rizzo and touted rookie Javier Baez had two hits apiece to key a 13-hit attack. Carlos Villanueva (5-6) pitched a scoreless inning to earn the victory.
CARDINALS 8, ORIOLES 3
After allowing nine home runs in losing the first two games of the series by a collective 22-5 score, the Cardinals amassed a season-high 17 hits -- 14 of them singles.
St. Louis right-hander Lance Lynn (12-8) gave up three runs and nine hits over 5 2-3 innings, only the second time in his last 12 starts that he allowed more than two runs.
Baltimore starter Kevin Gausman (6-4) allowed three runs and eight hits in five innings.
ROYALS 7, GIANTS 4
Duffy (7-10) limited the Giants to three hits, over 6 2-3 innings but permitted four runs.
Lincecum, a two-time Cy Young Award winner, was roughed up for six runs on seven hits and three walks in 3 1-3 innings.
ROCKIES 5, DIAMONDBACKS 3, 10 INNINGS
PHOENIX -- Corey Dickerson hit a tiebreaking homer with two outs in the top of the 10th inning, and the Rockies avoided a seventh straight loss to the Diamondbacks.
Dickerson, hitless in four previous at-bats, sent an 0-1 pitch from Oliver Perez (2-2) into the pool deck in right field for his 14th home run of the season.
The Rockies snapped a three-game skid overall and won for just the second time in 10 games.
Matt Belisle (3-6) got one out by working out of a bases-loaded jam in the bottom of the ninth for the win.
PADRES 8, PIRATES 2
Ross (11-10) allowed Gregory Polanco's two-run shot in the first then shut down the Pirates. He yielded six hits and walked two.
Morton (5-11) was lifted after the fifth, responsible for five runs, five hits, a walk and five strikeouts.
RANGERS 6, ASTROS 2
HOUSTON -- Nick Martinez got his first win since May 24 and Adrian Beltre and Shin-Soo Choo both homered to lead the Rangers to a victory over the Astros, snapping a seven-game skid against their in-state rivals.
Martinez (2-8), who was pitching on five extra days' rest, allowed five hits and two runs over five innings to end a seven-game losing streak.
Keuchel (10-8) allowed six hits and tied a season-high with five runs in six innings.
BRAVES 3, NATIONALS 1
ATLANTA -- Alex Wood set a career high with 12 strikeouts in 7 1-3 innings as Atlanta continued its recent success against Washington.
By winning two of three in the weekend series, Atlanta cut Washington's lead to 3½ games in the NL East. The Braves are 9-4 against the Nationals this season and 22-10 over the last two years.
Justin Upton homered for the Braves, who had lost nine of their last 10.
Ian Desmond's fourth-inning homer was the only run allowed by Wood.
Wood (8-9), who allowed five hits, set another career high by throwing 124 pitches.
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