Major League Baseball weekend scores and standings
Good morning sports fans, we bring you a hot round-up of all the weekend’s action in the MLB, highlighting the scores and standings starting at Oakland.
ORIOLES 9, ATHLETICS 5
The Baltimore Orioles beat the Oakland Athletics 9-5 to and remain within a game of the New York Yankees in the AL East.
INDIANS 7, TIGERS 6
Lonnie Chisenhall made a winning run with one out in the ninth inning, which saw Cleveland steal a win from the Tigers.
RANGERS 2, MARINERS 1
Key man Matt Harrison pitched into the ninth inning for his 17th victory to give Texas its AL West lead for the first time in over a week. Fellow Rangers batter Adrian Beltre, who hit his 33rd homer.
YANKEES 6, RAYS 4
Victory for the Yankees was sealed after a fantastic Russell Martin three-run homer to maintain an AL East lead.
WHITE SOX 9, TWINS 2
Minnesota Twins fell victim to a stellar display from Jake Peavy, Dayan Viciedo and Adam Dunn, with the play ending at 9-2 on Sunday.
ANGELS 4, ROYALS 3
A close encounter for the Angles this weekend, standout moments being Mark Trumbo hitting a three-run homer and Dan Haren pitching effectively into the sixth inning.
BLUE JAYS 5, RED SOX 0
Two homers from Adeiny Hechavarria and a double hit from Omar Vizquel secured a dominant win for the Blue Jays at the weekend.
CARDINALS 5, DODGERS 2
Cardinals owe thanks to Jon Jay, who smashed a go-ahead RBI double during a three-run 12th inning allowing St. Louis to split of a four-game series against the Los Angeles Dodgers.
DIAMONDBACKS 10, GIANTS 2
In Phoenix Patrick Corbin pitched a career-long eight innings and made four runs with a triple and single. A solo homer from Justin Upton saw off an under fire Giants performance.
CUBS 13, PIRATES 9
Anthony Rizzo hit two home runs and drove in six in Chicago ensuring a successive 5-in-6 winning streak was went undamaged.
REDS 5, MARLINS 4
The Cincinnati Reds edged a 5-4 win over the Miami Marlins on Sunday, key performances from Ludwick, Dioner Navarro, and Didi Gregorius earning the spoils.
ASTROS 7, PHILLIES 6
Phillies fell victim to a Justin Maxwell two-run double and a Matt Dominguez two-run single leaving a 1 point score line margin.
BREWERS 3, METS 0
In Milwaukee Ryan Braun and rookie pitcher Wily Peralta gave up two singles in eight innings to hand Brewers a comfortable 3 to nothing win.
PADRES 12, ROCKIES 11
Just 1 point separated the two team on the weekend, the gap made possible by rookie Yonder Alonso, who singled in the winning run in the ninth.
BRAVES 5, NATIONALS 1
And finally Braves overcame an Atlanta showdown with help from Mike Minor, who threw six strong innings.