ATLANTA - Tim Wakefield pitched six scoreless innings to win a duel with Javier Vazquez, and the Boston Red Sox blanked the punchless Atlanta Braves 1-0 Saturday.

Phillies 10, Blue Jays 0

TORONTO - J.A. Happ pitched a five-hit shutout, Jayson Werth homered twice and the Philadelphia Phillies blanked the Toronto Blue Jays.

Cardinals 5, Twins 3

ST. LOUIS - Albert Pujols hit a pair of two-run homers, helping the St. Louis Cardinals pound 10-game winner Kevin Slowey in a victory over the Minnesota Twins.

Angels 2, Diamondbacks 1

PHOENIX - Mike Napoli hit a tiebreaking home run in the top of the ninth inning to lift the Los Angeles Angels over the Arizona Diamondbacks.

White Sox 8, Cubs 7

CHICAGO - Gordon Beckham singled in the winning run with two outs in the ninth, and Scott Podsednik homered while tying a career high with four hits to lift the Chicago White Sox over the Cubs.

Yankees 5, Mets 0

NEW YORK - A.J. Burnett combined with two relievers on a one-hitter, Nick Swisher and Jorge Posada made Citi Field seem small with opposite-field homers, and the New York Yankees rolled past the Mets again.

Astros 8, Tigers 1

HOUSTON - Rookie right-hander Felipe Paulino pitched seven solid innings and the Houston Astros used a five-run third to pull away from the Detroit Tigers.

Orioles 6, Nationals 3

BALTIMORE - Nolan Reimold hit a three-run homer, Gregg Zaun and Aubrey Huff had solo shots, and the Baltimore Orioles received a strong performance from their bullpen in a victory over the Washington Nationals.

Reds 7, Indians 3

CLEVELAND - Homer Bailey pitched five innings for his first major league win in nearly two years and Jay Bruce hit his 18th home run for Cincinnati to help the Reds beat the Cleveland Indians.

Padres 7, Rangers 3

ARLINGTON, Texas - Rookie Kyle Blanks drove in three runs and the San Diego Padres had a season-high 16 hits while beating the Texas Rangers.

Rockies 11, Athletics 9

OAKLAND, Calif. - Brad Hawpe hit the 100th home run of his career, one of four hit by Colorado's surging offense, and Jorge De La Rosa pitched six strong innings to lead the Rockies past the Oakland Athletics.


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