MLB: Phillies end Dodgers' winning streak
Highlights of Sunday's Major League Baseball games:
Phillies 3, Dodgers 2
Hanley Ramirez's error on Michael Young's grounder in the bottom of the ninth -- Ramirez's second error of the inning -- allowed the winning run to score as the Philadelphia Phillies ended the Los Angeles Dodgers' 10-game win streak.
With the score tied 2-2 and one out in the ninth, Casper Wells reached on Ramirez's throwing error. Carlos Ruiz, who went 4-for-4, singled while Ramirez made another misplay two batters later to bring in Wells.
The Dodgers lost for only the ninth time in their last 51 games.
Cardinals 6, Cubs 1
Adam Wainwright got his groove back, allowing one run on five hits in seven efficient innings as the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Chicago Cubs.
Wainwright (14-7) picked up his first win in five starts while Jon Jay doubled home one run and added a three-run homer for the Cardinals.
Diamondbacks 4, Pirates 2 (16 innings)
Adam Eaton's two-run single in the top of the 16th inning, his fourth hit of the game, gave the Arizona Diamondbacks a dramatic victory over the Pittsburgh.
The outfielder came into the game hitting just .216 after missing the first three months of the season because of a sprained elbow.
Pittsburgh saw their lead in the National League Central shrink to one over St. Louis.
Mariners 4, Rangers 3
Kyle Seager delivered his second go-ahead hit of the series to propel the Seattle Mariners past Texas.
Seager, who had hit a two-run homer in Friday's 3-1 win, lifted the Mariners with a two-out double in the ninth off of Joe Nathan to bring home Endy Chavez.
The Rangers lead in the American League West was trimmed to just a half-game over Oakland.
Braves 2, Nationals 1
The Atlanta Braves stretched their lead in the National League East to 15 1/2 games with a victory over second-place Washington.
Julio Teheran (10-6) claimed the victory with six scoreless innings as Atlanta won its seventh straight series.
Reds 9, Brewers 1
Homer Bailey struck out eight and the Reds took advantage of nine walks to earn a series split with the Brewers.
Cincinnati did its damage in two innings, opening the second with four straight singles and taking a 5-0 lead on Brandon Phillips' two-run single off Brewers starter Wily Peralta.
Orioles 7, Rockies 2
Baltimore's Chris Davis hit his major league-leading 45th home run and Adam Jones also went deep, leading the Orioles to a victory over the Colorado Rockies.
Davis went 4-for-5 and the Orioles took the three-game series to carry some momentum into an upcoming matchup against division rival Tampa Bay.
Rays 2, Blue Jays 1 (10 innings)
Jose Lobaton blasted the first walk-off home run of his career and his second walk-off hit in three days, leading the Rays to a win over the Blue Jays.
Rays starter Chris Archer was perfect after three innings and allowed only one run over seven innings, a game-tying solo shot by Edwin Encarnacion in the seventh.
Tigers 6, Royals 3
Miguel Cabrera and Max Scherzer improved on their Major League leading totals, as Cabrera drove in three more runs to reach 120 RBIs and Scherzer tallied his 18th win.
Cabrera, who ended Saturday night's game with a leadoff home run in the ninth inning, hit the first pitch he saw for his 40th homer of the season.
Scherzer (18-1) had held the Royals to two hits until Kansas City set up a two-run seventh, but he nevertheless joined Roger Clemens (2001) and Rube Marquard (18-0, 1912) as pitchers with the best starts in baseball history.
Marlins 6, Giants 5
In a game that featured five lead changes, the Miami Marlins rallied to beat the San Francisco Giants.
The Marlins trailed 5-4 in the seventh where Donovan Solano tied it with an RBI double before Jeff Mathis hit the go-ahead RBI double in the eighth.
White Sox 5, Twins 2
The Chicago White Sox won their third straight game by beating the Minnesota Twins.
White Sox starter Hector Santiago scattered nine hits across six innings of work, giving up two runs (one earned) to lead the way.
Astros 7, Angels 5
Matt Dominguez's three-run home run in the seventh inning snapped a 3-3 tie and lifted the Houston Astros to a victory over the Los Angeles Angels.
Dominguez's home run was one of four hit by both teams on a day the ball carried well. L.J. Hoes homered for the Astros while Josh Hamilton and Mark Trumbo homered for the Angels.
Padres 4, Mets 3
Will Venable delivered a game-winning solo home run with no outs in the ninth as the San Diego Padres rallied for win over the New York Mets.
Venable, who went 2-for-5 with two RBI, drilled a 1-2 pitch off Pedro Feliciano (0-2), allowing the Padres (56-68) to split the four-game series with the Mets (56-66).
A's 7, Indians 3
Chris Young and Alberto Callaspo hit solo home runs in the fifth inning, powering the Oakland A's to a victory over the Cleveland Indians.
Young sent left-hander Scott Kazmir's 3-2 fastball high and deep into the left-field seats with one out, breaking a 3-3 tie.
Two batters later, Callaspo hit his first home run as an Athletic and sixth of the season. (Compiled by Jahmal Corner; Editing by Nick Mulvenney)