Nationals 5, DODGERS 2
Gerardo Parra launched an eighth-inning grand slam . . . Justin Turner had a two-run shot for Los Angeles.
Reds 5, GIANTS 4
Derek Dietrich’s seventh-inning single broke a 4-4 tie.
Braves 6, DIAMONDBACKS 4
Six different players had RBI for Atlanta.
Padres 4, ROCKIES 3
Greg Garcia scored Wil Myers (two hits, two runs, RBI) with a fielder’s choice in the top of the ninth . . . Colorado’s Charlie Blackmon had tied the game with a solo homer in the bottom of the eight.
ASTROS 11, Rangers 4
Aledmys Diaz blasted a sixth-inning grand slam . . . Michael Brantley scored three runs.
Phillies 7, ROYALS 0
Zach Eflin tossed a four-hit shutout and Odubel Herrera doubled, tripled and scored twice . . . Andrew McCutchen and Rhys Hoskins each knocked in a pair for the Phillies.
METS 4, Marlins 1
After earning two wins in the first seven days of the season, it took Jacob deGrom (7 IP, 5 H, 1 ER, 8 K) 38 days to get to victory No. 3. He also added a double and an RBI single . . . Michael Conforto had a solo homer and RBI single.
RAYS 7, Yankees 2
Yandy Diaz had a solo home run and a three-run homer and tempers flared briefly between two teams that just don’t like each other right now. Don’t worry . . . They have just 17 more regular season meetings this season.
ATHLETICS 3, Indians 2
Matt Olson scored from third with one out in the bottom of the ninth when a short fly fell in front of Cleveland RF Jordan Luplow, who had slipped . . . The Indians had tied the score in the top half.
Angels 7, ORIOLES 2
The Angels raised their all-time record to 10-6 in games where Mike Trout goes 0-for-5 . . . Albert Pujols had two home runs and three of those useless RBI thingies.
White Sox 7, BLUE JAYS 2
James McCann had two singles, two doubles, two runs and an RBI and is now hitting .376 on the season.
CUBS 2, Brewers 1 (15)
Willson Contreras homered in the bottom of the 15th inning to end the nearly five-hour marathon.
Pirates 2, CARDINALS 1
Gregory Polanco (triple) and Josh Bell (single) plated runs with back-to-back fourth-inning hits on consecutive pitches.
Tigers 5-3, TWINS 3-8
John Hicks broke a 3-3 tie with a solo homer in the top of the ninth of the opener . . . Ronny Rodriguez had hit two of his own earlier . . . C.J. Cron had four hits in the nigthcap, including a three-run home run in the fifth inning.
RED SOX 9, Mariners 5
Sandy Leon hit a three-run homer run to cap an eight-run third inning and Boston overcame a 4-0 first-inning deficit.