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Roy Halladay's one-hitter ends Yankees' win streak

Toronto ace shuts out New York, 6-0, handing the Yankees their first loss after seven consecutive wins.

September 05, 2009|Associated Press

at Toronto 6, New York 0: Roy Halladay pitched a one-hitter to end a three-start losing streak and the Blue Jays ended the Yankees' winning streak at seven games. Toronto won for the first time in five games.

at Chicago 12, Boston 2: Chris Getz had four of the White Sox's 20 hits. Freddy Garcia (1-2), in his fourth start since rejoining the rotation in August, got his first win since Sept. 17, 2008.

Detroit 4, at Tampa Bay 3: Justin Verlander picked up his 16th win, and Adam Everett hit a tiebreaking RBI single during a three-run ninth for the AL Central-leading Tigers.

at Cleveland 5, Minnesota 2: Jeremy Sowers pitched six strong innings, and the Indians took advantage of the Twins' season-high four errors.

Seattle 6, at Oakland 3: Ryan Rowland-Smith allowed three runs and four hits in eight innings, and the Mariners won their fourth in a row.

Angels 2, at Kansas City 1: Vladimir Guerrero's two-run single in the eighth was the decisive hit for the Angels, who won despite behind outhit, 11-3.

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