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MLB roundup: Indians extend win streak to 17

(TSX / STATS) -- CLEVELAND -- Francisco Lindor homered and Carlos Santana added two doubles as the Cleveland Indians ran their team-record winning streak to 17 games with a 4-2 victory over the Baltimore Orioles on Saturday.

Cleveland has outscored opponents 122-32 during this streak which is the second longest in the majors since 1954.

Josh Tomlin (9-9) allowed two runs and five innings while Cody Allen notched his 25th save.

Adam Jones hit an RBI single and Tim Beckham homered for Baltimore.

Yankees 3, Rangers 1

ARLINGTON, Texas -- Luis Severino and two relievers combined on a one-hitter as New York rallied late to beat Texas.

Severino took a no-decision after striking out 10 in seven innings as New York scored its runs in the final two innings on a sacrifice fly by Chase Headley in the eighth, an RBI single by Tyler Austin and a bases-loaded walk by Headley in the ninth.

Brett Nicholas' RBI double in the fifth accounted for the Rangers' lone hit. Andrew Cashner allowed four hits in seven-plus innings.

Brewers 15, Cubs 2

CHICAGO --- Hernan Perez drove in five runs as Milwaukee routed Chicago and moved to within three games of the NL Central leaders.

Orlando Arcia drove in three runs while Travis Shaw and starting pitcher Chase Anderson (9-3) drove in two runs apiece. Anderson allowed one hit in five innings in his fifth start since returning from an oblique injury.

Chicago's Mike Montgomery (5-8) allowed four runs in two-plus innings. Relievers Justin Grimm and Rob Zastryzny allowed a combined 10 runs.

Athletics 11, Astros 1 (Game One)

OAKLAND, Calif. -- Boog Powell and Khris Davis drove in two runs apiece as Oakland routed Houston in game one of a doubleheader.

Daniel Gossett (4-8) allowed one run on five hits in six innings as Oakland won its second straight over the NL West leaders.

Houston's Charlie Morton (11-7) allowed three runs on six hits in five innings.

Athletics 11, Astros 4 (Game 2)

OAKLAND, Calif. -- Chad Pinder homered in consecutive at-bats as Oakland completed a doubleheader sweep of Houston.

Pinder hit a solo shot in the seventh off Chris Devenski (8-4) and a three-run shot in the eighth off Michael Feliz. Matt Olson also homered for Oakland.

Jose Altuve hit his 23rd homer for Houston.

Padres 8, Diamondbacks 7

PHOENIX -- Wil Myers sparked a six-run ninth inning with his second homer of the game as San Diego edged Arizona.

Arizona's David Peralta committed a two-base error on a single by Carlos Asuaje to give the Padres the lead.

J.D. Martinez had four hits for Arizona.

Blue Jays 5, Tigers 4

TORONTO -- Kevin Pillar homered and had four hits as Toronto held off Detroit.

Pillar also added an RBI single and a spectacular catch for Toronto, which got six solid innings from starter Brett Anderson.

Miguel Cabrera homered for Detroit in his first game back from a six-game suspension for fighting on Aug. 24 against the New York Yankees.

Red Sox 9, Rays 0

BOSTON -- Andrew Benintendi and Mitch Moreland drove in three runs apiece as Boston routed Tampa Bay.

Dustin Pedroia hit a two-run homer while Chris Sale (16-7) struck out eight in six innings for Boston.

Tampa Bay starter Matt Andriese (5-3) lasted 1 2/3 innings and was tagged for eight runs (six earned).

Phillies 5, Nationals 4

WASHINGTON -- Rookie Rhys Hopkins hit his 14th homer, drew a bases-loaded walk and stole his first base as Philadelphia edged Washington.

Cesar Hernandez was 3-for-5 as Philadelphia kept Washington's magic number for clinching the National League East at three.

Howie Kendrick was 2-for-4 and scored two runs for Washington.

Cardinals 4, Pirates 3

ST. LOUIS -- Paul DeJong opened the eighth inning with a ground-rule double and scored the tiebreaking run on a groundout as surging St. Louis beat Pittsburgh.

Juan Nicasio earned his second save for St. Louis, which won for the eighth time in 10 games.

Adam Frazier hit an inside-the-park homer for Pittsburgh.

Royals 5, Twins 2

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Alex Gordon hit a tiebreaking homer in the seventh inning off Jose Berrios as Kansas City beat Minnesota.

Eric Hosmer added three hits, including an RBI single in the eighth for Kansas City.

Eduardo Escobar and Byron Buxton hit solo homers for Minnesota.

White Sox 13, Giants 1

CHICAGO -- Jose Abreu hit for the cycle as Chicago routed San Francisco.

Abreu completed the first White Sox cycle since 2000 and sixth overall with a triple in the eighth.

Abreu, Tim Anderson, Yolmer Sanchez and Avisail Garcia homered off Jeff Samardzija (9-13), who was tagged for six runs and in 5 2/3 innings. Yoan Moncada and Nicky Delmonico added solo homers for Chicago.

Braves 6, Marlins 5

ATLANTA -- Ender Inciarte's bases-loaded walk with two outs in the ninth scored Dansby Swanson as Atlanta edged Miami.

Freddie Freeman hit the game-tying single in the sixth for Atlanta.

Giancarlo Stanton hit his major league-leading 54th homer for Miami.

Mets 6, Reds 1

NEW YORK -- Kevin Plawecki hit a two-run homer as New York beat Cincinnati.

Nori Aoki added a two-run single while Rafael Montero (5-9) allowed one run in five innings for New York.

Cincinnati starter Homer Bailey (4-8) allowed five runs and six hits in six-plus innings.

Rockies 6, Dodgers 5

LOS ANGELES -- Trevor Story homered and drove in three runs as Colorado handed Los Angeles a ninth straight loss.

Story hit a two-run homer in the second inning off Alex Wood (14-3).

Andre Ethier and Logan Forsythe homered for Los Angeles, which has lost nine straight for the first time in 25 years.

Mariners 8, Angels 1

SEATTLE -- Nelson Cruz hit a three-run homer as Seattle routed Los Angeles.

Cruz hit his 32nd homer while Mitch Haniger hit his 11th for the Mariners.

Andrew Albers (4-1) pitched six scoreless innings while Angels starter Andrew Heaney (1-2) exited in the third inning with a shoulder injury.

Updated September 10, 2017

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