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Expos 7, Marlins 4

Expos 7, Marlins 4

Florida 400 000 000 — 4 8 0Montreal 040 001 02x — 7 10 0 Penny, Wayne (1), Mairena (3), Alvarez (6),Almanza (8), Nunez (8) and Treanor, Jorgensen; Tucker, Day (3), Reames (6), Smith (8), Knott (9) and Eusebio, Sandusky. W—Reames, 2-1. L—Alvarez, 1-1. Sv—Knott (1). HRs—Florida, Hollandsworth (1). NOTES: Vladimir Guerrero was ejected in the first inning after a bench-clearing brawl, which began when he was hit by a Brad Penny pitch.

Braves 9, Cardinals 1

Atlanta 040 000 401 — 9 12 1St. Louis 100 000 000 — 1 7 3 Ramirez, Venafro (5), Haney (6), Lewis (7), Bong (8) and Lopez, Hubbard (6); Tomko, GMolina (4), Ankiel (6), Crudale (7), Janke (8), Kline (9) and Girardi, Matheny (6), YMolina (7). W—Ramirez, 3-0. L—Tomko, 1-2. HR—Atlanta, Fick (1). NOTES: Atlanta's Robert Fick had a three-run homer, while Horacio Ramirez pitched four scoreless innings.

Blue Jays 4, Twins 0

Toronto 010 030 000 — 4 9 0Minnesota 000 000 000 — 0 1 0 Halladay, Tam (5), Politte (6), Linton (7) and Huckaby, Cash; Hoard, Fetters (4), Guardado (5), Thomas (6), Frederick (8), Ford (9) and Pierzynski, Marsters. W—Halladay, 2-0. L—Hoard, 0-1. Sv—Linton (1). HRs—Toronto, Hinske (1). NOTES: Eric Hinske hit a homer, and Roy Halladay pitched four scoreless innings for Toronto. Minnesota's Eddie Guardado allowed three runs and four hits in one inning of work.

Astros 5, Phillies 3

Philadelphia 000 002 100 — 3 5 0Houston 010 040 00x — 5 7 0 Millwood, Roa (5), Plesac (7), Cormier (8) and Pratt, Levis (7); Robertson, Redding (4), Stone (7), GMiller (8), Dotel (9) and Chavez, Buck (8). W—Robertson, 1-0. L—Millwood, 1-1. Sv—Dotel (1). HRs—Houston, Berkman (1), Hidalgo (2). NOTES: Lance Berkman went 2-for-4 with a homer and three RBIs for Houston. Philadelphia's Joe Roa allowed four runs and four hits in two innings.

Indians 11, Yankees 1

New York (A) 000 100 000 — 1 6 2Cleveland 030 701 00x — 11 15 0 Hitchcock, Hammond (4), Choate (4), Wells (5) and Posada, Hernandez (5); Bere, Davis (5), Baez (9) and Hinch, Laker (6). W—Bere, 2-0. L—Hitchcock, 0-2. HRs—Cleveland, Garcia (1), Hinch (2), Vizquel (2), Spencer (1). NOTES: A.J. Hinch went 2-for-3 with a homer and three RBIs, Omar Viquel hit a three-run homer, and Shane Spencer went 2-for-2 with a solo homer for the Indians. David Wells pitched four innings for the Yankees, giving up one run on six hits and striking out four.

Red Sox 1, Pirates 0

Boston (ss) 000 010 000 — 1 8 0Pittsburgh 000 000 000 — 0 6 2 Woodard, Lyon (4), Davey (6), White (7), Foster (9) and Mirabelli, Coste (7); STorres, Arrojo (5), Holtz (7), Corey (8) and CWilson, Valera (7). W—Lyon, 1-1. L—Arrojo, 0-1. Sv—Foster (1). HR—Boston, Damon (1). NOTES: Johnny Damon hit a solo homer, and Steve Woodard, a non-roster invitee, pitched three scoreless innings for the Red Sox. Jack Wilson went 3-for-3 for the Pirates.

Reds 7, Orioles 4

Baltimore 010 000 300 — 4 11 1Cincinnati (ss) 000 024 01x — 7 8 1 Ponson, Douglass (5), Ryan (7), WRoberts (8) and Gil, Whiteside (9); Haynes, Basham (5), Moseley (7), Watson (8), Mercker (9) and Taylor, Stefanski (7). W—Basham, 1-0. L—Douglass, 0-1. Sv—Mercker (1). HRs—Cincinnati, Thomas (1). NOTES: Adam Dunn went 1-for-2 with a double, and Juan Thomas homered and had two RBIs for Cincinnati. Orioles' starter Sidney Ponson pitched four scoreless innings.

Reds 5, Red Sox 2

Cincinnati (ss) 100 000 211 — 5 11 1Boston (ss) 100 100 000 — 2 6 1 Acevedo, Hall (5), Randall (6), Heredia (8), Manzanillo (9) and Stinnett, Miller; Martinez, (4), Almonte (5), Arroyo (6), Lopez (8), Shibilo (9) and Varitek, Loyd. W—Randall, 1-0. L—Arroyo, 1-1. Sv—Manzanillo (1). NOTES: Kelly Dransfeldt went 2-for-4 with an RBI and Ken Griffey Jr. went 1-for-2 with a double for the Reds. Pedro Martinez pitched three innings for Boston, giving up one run and striking out four.

Mets 2, Dodgers 1

Los Angeles (ss) 010 000 000 — 1 5 0New York (N) (ss) 000 010 10x — 2 4 1 Alvarez, Colyer (6), Maduro (7), Mota (8) and Hundley, Ross (7); Trachsel, Cone (5), Weathers (7), Strickland (8), Benitez (9) and Piazza, Chevalier (7). W—Weathers, 1-0. L—Maduro, 1-1. Sv—Benitez (1). HR—New York, Velandia (1). NOTES: David Cone pitched two perfect innings and Jorge Velandia hit a solo home run for the Mets. Victor Alvarez pitched five innings for the Dodgers, giving up one run on three hits.

Mariners 6, D-Backs 6

Seattle 000 020 202 0 — 6 9 0Arizona 200 103 000 0 — 6 12 1Franklin, Nelson (6), Atchison (7), Wright (9) and Davis, Mosquera (7); Kim, Batista (5), Oropesa (8), Jackson (9), Aybar (10) and Moeller, Hammock (8). HRs—Seattle, Bloomquist (2). Arizona, Finley (1). NOTES: Byung-Hyun Kim pitched four scoreless innings for Arizona, allowing two hits and striking out five. Seattle's Brett Boone and Arizona's Luis Gonzalez were both hit by pitches in the sixth inning, sparking a bench-clearing shouting match.

Rangers 10, Giants 9

Texas 001 312 210 — 10 13 3San Francisco 000 242 010 — 9 13 1 Benoit, Mahay (4), Cordero (5), Fultz (6), Kolb (7), Dickey (9), Shouse (9) and Greene, Kreuter (6); Hernandez, Horgan (5), Eyre (6), Montgomery (8), Lowry (9) and Torrealba, Lunsford (6), Pachot (9). W—Kolb, 1-0. L—Eyre, 0-1. Sv—Shouse (1). HRs—Texas, Sierra (2), Sadler (1). San Francisco, Minor (1). NOTES: Texas' Ruben Sierra hit a three-run homer in the fourth inning and Donnie Sadler added a solo home run in the fifth.

White Sox 7, Rockies 4

Chicago (A) 000 103 300 — 7 12 1Colorado 000 000 220 — 4 10 1 Buehrle, White (6), DSanders (7), Porzio (8), Diaz (8), Marte (9) and Olivo, Morales; Jennings, Jimenez (5), Miller (6), Michalak (7), Miceli (8), Serrano (9) and Johnson, Romero. W—Buehrle, 1-0. L—Jennings, 0-2. Sv—Marte (1). HRs—Chicago, Thomas (1), Konerko (2). Colorado, Freeman (1). NOTES: Frank Thomas and Paul Konerko each homered, and Mark Buerhle pitched five scoreless innings for the White Sox. Jason Jennings gave up one run in four innings for Colorado.

Brewers 13, Royals 5

Milwaukee 030 321 004 — 13 18 2Kansas City 200 011 010 — 5 10 3 Ritchie, Buddie (5), Ford (7), Foster (8) and Lawrence, Perez (6); ALopez, Baldwin (5), Lowe (7), Greinke (8), Obermeller (9) and Mayne, Paulino (7). W—Ritchie, 1-0. L—ALopez, 1-1. HRs—Milwaukee, Lawrence (1). NOTES: Joe Lawrence went 2-for-3 with three RBIs, and designated hitter Javier Valentine went 4-for-5 for Milwaukee. Royals' starter Albie Lopez gave up six earned runs in four innings of work.

Devil Rays 5, Tigers 4

Tampa Bay 050 000 000 — 5 9 1Detroit 201 100 000 — 4 7 1 Standridge, Parris (3), Huerta (6), Phelps (7), Seay (8), Harper (8) and Ortiz, Martinez; Bernero, Walker (4), Larrison (5), Roque (6), Mears (7), German (8), Anderson (9) and Inge, St. Pierre. W—Standridge, 1-0. L—Bernero, 1-1. Sv—Harper (1). NOTES: Tampa Bay's Travis Lee had two doubles. Jamie Walker, Preston Larrison, Rafael Roque, Chris Mears and Franklyn German pitched a combined five scoreless innings for Detroit.

Dodgers 7, Mets 1

New York (N) (ss) 001 000 000 — 1 8 1Los Angeles (ss) 400 012 00x — 7 11 1 Middlebrook, Osborne (4), Griffiths (6), Bale (8) and Phillips, Depastino (6); KBrown, Carrara (4), Roberts (6), Quantrill (7), ABrown (8), Martin (9) and Lo Duca, Hill (5). W—KBrown, 1-0. L—Middlebrook, 0-1. NOTES: Los Angeles' Kevin Brown pitched three innings, giving up one run on four hits. Mike Kinkade went 4-for-5 with three doubles for the Dodgers. New York pitcher Jason Middlebrook gave up four runs and six hits in three innings.

Padres 4, Angels 3

Anaheim 001 001 001 — 3 10 0San Diego 000 301 00x — 4 6 1 Bootcheck, Percival (5), F.Rodriguez (6), Weber (7), and Nieves, Gregorio; Peavy, Cordova (4), Walker (7), Villafuerte (8), Hackman (9) and Gonzalez, Bennett. W—Cordova, 1-0. L—Bootcheck, 0-1. Sv—Hackman (1). NOTES: Brady Anderson, vying to make the San Diego roster, scored twice and stole two bases. Anaheim's Chris Bootcheck pitched three hitless innings, but the Padres scored three times against him in the fourth.

Athletics 2, Cubs 2

Oakland 000 000 200 — 2 6 0Chicago (N) 020 000 000 — 2 6 0 Lilly, Foulke (5), Rincon (7), Neu (9), and Melhuse, Brown; Wood, Meyers (6), Leicester (7), Beck (7), Remlinger (9), and Miller, Bako. HR—Chicago, Bellhorn (1). NOTES: Chicago's Kerry Wood pitched a spring-high five shutout innings, giving up three hits. He walked three and struck out six. Ted Lilly pitched four innings for Oakland.