Jeff Bagwell and Derek Bell both homered, and the Houston Astros spoiled Carlos Crawford's major league debut with an 11-5 victory Friday night over the Philadelphia Phillies.
Bagwell hit a two-run homer in the third inning, and Bell's two-run single during a six-run fourth finished Crawford (0-1). Bell homered in the sixth off reliever Ron Blazier.Crawford, called up from the minors Wednesday, allowed 10 runs - only two of them earned - and seven hits in 32/3 innings. His wild throw was one of three Philadelphia errors that made all six runs unearned in the fourth.
Shane Reynolds (8-3) gave up two runs in the first, and Mike Benjamin's two-run homer in the seventh.
Marlins 12, Mets 2
At New York, Devon White hit his fourth career grand slam during a seven-run seventh inning and Terry Pendleton had four hits.
The Marlins had a season-high 19 hits off four pitchers. Florida hit six doubles, including two by Pendleton.
Pendleton and Greg Colbrunn, who had three hits, each drove in two runs. Edgar Renteria added a double and two singles.
Expos 9, Cubs 3
At Chicago, Jeff Fassero allowed five hits in 82/3 innings, and F.P. Santangelo drove in three runs.
Fassero (5-5) walked two and struck out eight. Leo Gomez homered twice and drove in three runs for the Cubs.
Rockies 19, Braves 8
At Denver, Colorado set a team record for runs, roughing up Greg Maddux and five relievers for 21 hits.
Dante Bichette, who had a two-run homer, and Ellis Burks, who drove in four runs, each had three hits. Colorado tied a club mark for hits.
Maddux gave up seven runs and 11 hits in 31/3 innings, the shortest outing for the four-time Cy Young winner since he also lasted 31/3 innings on July 7, 1991, at San Francisco.
Despite giving up seven earned runs for the first time since July 1, 1990, he wound up with a no-decision.
Colorado defeated the Braves for only the seventh time in 40 meetings in their four-year history. Ryan Klesko hit his 19th home run and Javy Lopez also homered for the Braves.
Pirates 10, Padres 0
At San Diego, Zane Smith pitched a six-hit shutout for his 100th career win, and Jeff King went 4-for-5 with his 14th homer and a double.
Reds 2, Dodgers 1
At Los Angeles, John Smiley pitched seven scoreless innings. Smiley (5-6) gave up five hits. He walked one and struck out seven, including Billy Ashley three times.