Around the Bases: Tuesday's scores and highlights

Scott Cunningham

All the scores and highlights from Tuesday's action.

Red Sox 5, Rays 1: In the first game of the day-night doubleheader, the Red Sox were able to win on the strength of Alfredo Aceves and the rest of their pitching staff. Wil Myers, in his MLB debut, was 0-4. This game also featured a 2-hour, 59-minute rain delay in the middle of it.

Red Sox 3, Rays 1: A walkoff two-run home run from Jonny Gomes would do the trick for the Red Sox in this one.

Mets 4, Braves 3: Matt Harvey carried a no-hitter into the seventh inning of this one, but lost it on a weird play that resulted in an infield single.

Mets 6, Braves 1: Despite struggles with his command, Zack Wheeler pitched six innings and struck out seven batters. He will need to cut down on the five walks, however. Plus: Uptons flying everywhere!


Indians 4, Royals 3: A three-run eighth propelled the Indians to a win in this surprisingly meaningful division game.

Phillies 4, Nationals 2: Three Michael Young doubles and an excellent performance from Cliff Lee allowed the Phillies to beat the struggling Nationals Tuesday.

Blue Jays 8, Rockies 3: J.P. Arencibia, Edwin Encarnacion and Maicer Izturis all hit home runs as the Blue Jays continue their climb back to relevance.

Orioles 5, Tigers 2: A three-run home run from Adam Jones led the charge for the Orioles. They are now ten games over .500.

Pirates 4, Reds 0: A three-run first and a shutout was all the Pirates needed in this one. Charlie Morton pitched 5⅓ scoreless innings.

Athletics 6, Rangers 2: Jarrod Parker allowed two runs over seven innings as the A's continue to find ways to win.

Twins 7, White Sox 5: Joe Mauer hit a home run as the Twins were able to get past their division rivals. Mike Pelfrey allowed four runs in this one.

Astros 10, Brewers 1: Carlos Pena and Matt Dominguez each hit homers as the Astros continue to be secretly-not-so-awful.

Cubs 4, Cardinals 2: In shocking fashion, Adam Wainwright allowed four two-out runs in the first inning of this one, and the Cardinals never recovered.

Diamondbacks 3, Marlins 2: Paul Goldschmidt hit a walk-off home run to win this one. Your move, Giancarlo.

Giants 5, Padres 4: Jesus Guzman homered in the top of the eighth inning to put San Diego up by a run. But Brandon Belt and Juan Perez drove in a run apiece in the bottom half of the frame to give San Francisco the victory.

Mariners 3, Angels 2: The Mariners finished this one off in ten innings and leapfrogged the Angels into third place in the AL West.

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