ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Zach Eflin became the major leagues' third seven-game winner, and the Tampa Bay Rays beat struggling Alek Manoah and Toronto 6-3 on Thursday to take three of four from the Blue Jays.
Eflin allowed one run and six hits in seven innings as the major league-leading Rays stole seven bases for the second time this season and improved to 24-5 at home. He joined teammate Shane McClanahan and Minnesota's Joe Ryan as the big leagues' winningest pitchers.
ORIOLES 3, YANKEES 1: Kyle Gibson allowed two hits over seven scoreless innings and Baltimore beat New York to take two of three in the road series.
Anthony Santander had three hits, including an RBI single in the fifth off Clarke Schmidt. Austin Hays hit a two-run double in the eighth against Clay Holmes, a drive off the top of the right-field wall.
MARINERS 3, ATHLETICS 2: Ty France hit two solo homers and scored host Seattle's go-ahead run when Eugenio Suárez walked with the bases loaded in the eighth against Oakland.
ROCKIES 7, MARLINS 6: Ezequiel Tovar singled through a five-man infield during a ninth-inning storm, lifting host Colorado over Miami. The Rockies wasted a four-run lead in the top of the inning after Jorge Soler and pinch-hitter Garrett Cooper hit a pair of two-run home runs for the Marlins.
BRAVES 8, PHILLIES 5: Austin Riley hit a pair of monstrous home runs and Travis d'Arnaud came through with a tiebreaking, two-run single in the eighth that carried Atlanta past visiting Philadelphia. Bryce Harper hit his 40th career homer against the Braves.
TIGERS 7, WHITE SOX 2: Alex Faedo struck out a career-high 10 batters in six innings and host Detroit beat Chicago. Faedo allowed two runs on three hits. He has 22 strikeouts and only one walk in four starts.
PADRES 8, NATIONALS 6: Rougned Odor hit a threerun homer off Hunter Harvey with two outs in the ninth, giving San Diego a win over host Washington that stopped a streak of five straight series losses.
METS 10, CUBS 1: Pete Alonso hit his major league-leading 19th homer, a two-run shot in the seventh, Carlos Carrasco allowed one run on five hits in 6²/³ innings, and New York routed Chicago at Wrigley Field.
GIANTS 5, BREWERS 0: Michael Conforto went 4 for 4 with a homer, and six relievers combined to allow four hits as San Francisco beat host Milwaukee in a bullpen game for the Giants.
CARDINALS 2, REDS 1: Nolan Gorman hit a go-ahead double in the eighth and scored on a wild pitch, helping St. Louis win in Cincinnati. Miles Mikolas threw seven shutout innings.