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June 16, 2008|From the Associated Press

* Kansas City 8, at Arizona 3: David DeJesus hit his first grand slam and had a career-high five RBIs, helping the Royals win for the second time in three games against the Diamondbacks. Gil Meche (4-8) went 7 1/3 innings for his first victory since May 15, a span of six starts.

* New York Yankees 13, at Houston 0: Chien-Ming Wang pitched five scoreless innings before spraining his right foot running the bases and Alex Rodriguez hit a three-run homer. Wang is scheduled to undergo tests today.

* at Cleveland 7, San Diego 3: C.C. Sabathia (5-8) outpitched Greg Maddux (3-5) in a matchup of Cy Young winners, supported by Ben Francisco's three-run homer and Grady Sizemore's ninth homer in 16 games.

* Boston 9, at Cincinnati 0: Coco Crisp kept the Red Sox's depleted lineup rolling by driving in four runs, and Jacoby Ellsbury homered and stole two more bases for a Red Sox rookie record in a victory over the Reds.

* Rangers 8-2, at New York Mets 7-4: Pedro Martinez (2-0) gave up six hits and two runs to help the Mets split a doubleheader. In the opener, Kevin Millwood (5-3) won his first road game since last Father's Day.

* at St. Louis 7, Philadelphia 6 (10): Rick Ankiel scored from second on the Phillies' second error at first base in the 10th inning. Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina was removed on a stretcher after a tag play.

* Washington 6, at Seattle 2: Rookie Kory Casto's pinch-hit, three-run homer off the foul pole broke an eighth-inning tie to lift the Nationals. Casto was 0 for 14 in his previous five games.

* Colorado 5, at Chicago White Sox 3: Brad Hawpe hit a go-ahead home run and Aaron Cook (10-3) earned a career-high in victories in a season for the Rockies.

* Florida 9, at Tampa Bay 3: Ricky Nolasco (7-4) struck out 12 and Mike Jacobs and Wes Helms hit three-run homers off Edwin Jackson (4-6) to lift the Marlins.

* Milwaukee 4, at Minnesota 2: Mike Cameron hit a two-run homer, Seth McClung (4-3) scattered four hits and the Brewers ended a six-game interleague skid.

* Pittsburgh 5, at Baltimore 4 (10): Adam LaRoche singled in the tiebreaking run for the Pirates off George Sherrill in the 10th inning.

* at Oakland 5, San Francisco 3: Eric Chavez had three hits and two RBIs to help the Athletics complete their second consecutive sweep of the Giants.

* Chicago Cubs 7, at Toronto 4: Cubs reliever Scott Eyre had his scoreless streak end at a club-record 33 games.

* at Angels 2, Atlanta 0: The Angels won despite scoring four runs or fewer for the 14th straight game.

* at Detroit 5, Dodgers 4: The Dodgers fell a season-worst seven games below .500.

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