NEW YORK — The Boston Red Sox hit a record seven home runs off the New York Yankees, and those weren't the only things flying into the stands.

David Wells tossed his glove and hat into the seats after getting tagged as the Red Sox played their own version of the Boston pops on the Fourth of July, powering past New York 10-3 Friday.

Switch-hitter Bill Mueller homered from both sides of the plate, Jason Varitek and David Ortiz each homered twice and Manny Ramirez also connected.

All of Boston's runs came on homers, making it easy for Derek Lowe (10-3) to win his career-high seventh straight decision.

Mueller's drive into the upper deck in the ninth inning marked Boston's seventh of the game, one more than the Yankees had ever allowed.

Wells (10-3) set a career high for most homers allowed and matched the team record — in just 5 2-3 innings. He was the fifth pitcher to serve up five, and he and Jeff Weaver are the only ones to do it at Yankee Stadium.

ORIOLES 8, BLUE JAYS 5: In Baltimore, Brook Fordyce doubled in two runs to give the Baltimore the lead during an eight-run eighth inning, and the Orioles went on to beat Toronto.

All eight runs scored with two outs. The Orioles got seven hits, two walks and sent 12 players to the plate in the inning.

Toronto's Kelvim Escobar took a 5-0 lead into the eighth, then allowed a two-out, two-run single to Jeff Conine and a single by Jay Gibbons before being replaced by Aquilino Lopez (1-2).

DEVIL RAYS 4, WHITE SOX 3: In St. Petersburg, Fla., Carl Crawford hit his first homer since opening day, a three-run drive with one out in the ninth inning that gave Tampa Bay Devil Rays a victory over the Chicago White Sox.

Crawford also hit a three-run homer in the ninth to beat Boston on March 31.

TWINS 9, INDIANS 2: In Minneapolis, Justin Morneau and Corey Koskie each hit a two-run homer, and Rick Reed won for the first time since May 25 as Minnesota beat Cleveland in a game that featured five ejections after the benches cleared in the third inning.

ANGELS 1, ATHLETICS 0: In Oakland, Calif., Aaron Sele and three relievers combined on a two-hitter as Anaheim beat Oakland.

Benji Gil had two hits and scored the game's only run on David Eckstein's suicide squeeze as the Angels won for the sixth time in eight games.

ROYALS 9, TIGERS 8: In Kansas City, Mo., Michael Tucker had four hits and three RBIs as Kansas City held off Detroit.

Ken Harvey also drove in three runs for the Royals, who remain first in the AL Central and have their best record (46-38) through 84 games since the 1989 club was 47-37.

RANGERS 7, MARINERS 3: In Arlington, Texas, Juan Gonzalez hit a three-run homer — his first in almost a month — and Texas used a five-run fourth inning to rally past Seattle.

R.A. Dickey (4-3) allowed two hits over three scoreless innings of relief as the Rangers handed Seattle a rare road loss.