Around the Bases: Saturday's scores and highlights

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Freddie Freeman hit a walkoff single in the ninth inning for the Braves, while Rays starter Alex Cobb took a line drive off his head.

Scores and highlight's from Saturday's MLB games:

Cubs 5, Mets 2: Scott Feldman earned his seventh victory of the season, holding the Mets to one run on two hits over seven innings. The starter also helped himself at the plate, hitting a two-out, two-run single in the fourth inning.

Red Sox 5, Orioles 4: Mike Carp and Jonny Gomes hit home runs for Boston, while David Ortiz legged out his second triple of the season. Andrew Bailey surrendered two runs in the ninth inning on a Matt Wieters home run, but held on to earn the save.

Rays 5, Royals 4: Tampa Bay starter Alex Cobb took a line drive off his head in the top of the fifth inning and left the game on a stretcher. Cobb was diagnosed with a mild concussion after the game. Luke Scott, Matt Joyce and Evan Longoria all hit home runs off Royals starter Jeremy Guthrie.


Blue Jays 6, Rangers 1: Colby Rasmus and Adam Lind both hit two-run homers off Rangers starter Josh Lindblom. R.A. Dickey allowed seven hits and three walks over 5⅔ innings, but only surrendered one run.

Brewers 6, Reds 0: Yovani Gallardo and three Brewers relievers combined the shut out the Reds. Logan Schafer went 3-for-4 at the plate, while Juan Francisco smacked a two-run homer.

Braves 6, Giants 5: Atlanta scored two runs off San Francisco closer Sergio Romo, including a walk-off single by Freddie Freeman. B.J. Upton hit two solo home runs for the Braves.

Rockies 10, Phillies 5: Colorado battered Philadelphia starting pitcher Jonathan Pettibone for seven runs on 10 hits over three innings. Nolan Arenado and Wilin Rosario both had three-hit performances for the Rockies.

Cardinals 13, Marlins 7: Carlos Beltran hit a home run from both sides off the plate for the second time this season. Lance Lynn picked up his ninth win of the year despite giving up seven runs on nine hits over five innings.

Dodgers 5, Pirates 3: Juan Uribe and Nick Punto drove in runs for the Dodgers to give Los Angeles the victory after Kenley Jansen blew the save in the top of the bottom of the ninth. Skip Schumaker robbed Russell Martin of a three-run homer in the bottom of the sixth inning to keep Pittsburgh from taking a lead.

Angels 6, Yankees 2: Erick Aybar and Albert Pujols both drove in two runs for the Angels, while Howie Kendrick with 3-for-3 at the plate. Tommy Hanson allowed two runs over 6⅓ innings, striking out eight Yankees.

Nationals 7, Indians 6: Anthony Rendon hit a go-ahead solo home run off Vinnie Pestano in the top of the ninth inning to break a 6-6 tie. Ryan Zimmerman, Jayson Werth, Ian Desmond and Chad Tracy also hit solo home runs off Washington pitchers.

Twins 6, Tigers 3: Trevor Plouffe had a birthday to remember, going 3-for-3 with a double, home run and three RBI. Of course, some people are difficult to impress:

Mariners 4, Athletics 0: Felix Hernandez threw seven shutout innings, scattering five hits while striking out eight Athletics. Henry Blanco hit a grand slam in the sixth inning, his first home run of the season.

Astros 4, White Sox 3: Jason Castro and Chris Carter hit home runs off White Sox starter John Danks. Lucas Harrell surrendered three runs in 6⅔ innings, fanning seven Chicago batters.

Padres 6, Diamondbacks 4: Yasmani Grandal hit a three-run homer for San Diego, while Kyle Blanks added a solo home run. The Padres have now won five straight games and sit two games back of the Diamondbacks for first place in the AL West.

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