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The Detroit Tigers and Chicago White Sox played "Home Run Derby" at Tiger Stadium.

The teams combined for a major league-record 12 home runs and set several other power-hitting marks Sunday as the White Sox rallied to beat the Tigers 14-12.Cecil Fielder, Chad Curtis and Kirk Gibson each homered twice for the Tigers, while Ron Karkovice hit two for the White Sox.

Indians 5, Blue Jays 4

At Toronto, Jim Thome, Manny Ramirez and Tony Pena homered for Cleveland.

Rangers 4, Twins 2

At Minneapolis, Rusty Greer drove in three runs as Texas won its fourth straight.

Royals 7, Brewers 4

At Milwaukee, Wally Joyner hit a pair of RBI doubles as Kansas City handed the Brewers their seventh straight home defeat.

Yankees 4, Athletics 1

At Oakland, Bernie Williams homered and Jim Leyritz had three singles as New York snapped a five-game losing streak.

Angels 8, Red Sox 3

At Anaheim, Chili Davis, J.T. Snow and Greg Myers each drove in two runs for the Angels.

Mariners 5, Orioles 2

At Seattle, Mike Blowers hit a two-run single during a four-run Seattle fourth inning, and Chris Bosio (3-0) lowered his ERA to 2.25 by allowing one run in 5 1-3 innings.

National League

Braves 3, Astros 1

Greg Maddux has pitched in 365 games as a professional and won three straight Cy Young awards.

But for one late swing in the eighth inning by Jeff Bagwell he might have had his first no-hitter since high school.

Maddux threw a one-hitter against the Houston Astros, taking a no-hitter into the eighth before Bagwell led off with a solo homer, as Atlanta won 3-1.

Padres 13, Phillies 5, 10 innings

At Veterans Stadium, the Phillies were one out away from a 4-3 victory, but a bases-loaded walk and then a 9-run 10th gave the win to the Padres.

Reds 9, Cardinals 2

At Busch Stadium, the Reds won their seventh straight game by getting 14 hits.

Cubs 13, Marlins 8

At Wrigley Field, Howard Johnson broke out of an 0-for-May slump with two home runs and a single. He entered the game with an .080 average after going hitless in his last 21 at-bats.

Giants 5, Mets 1

At Shea Stadium, the Giants got home runs from Matt Williams, Barry Bonds and Steve Scarsone along with a strong eight innings of pitching from Mark Portugal (3-1).

Rockies 6, Pirates 3

At Three Rivers Stadium, Mike Kingery and Vinny Castilla hit home runs and Dante Bichette had two run-scoring hits for Colorado, which ended a four-game losing streak.

Expos 5, Dodgers 1

At Olympic Stadium, Jeff Fassero earned his league-leading sixth victory and Hideo Nomo was stuck with his first loss when Rondell White hit his first career grand slam in the seventh inning.