Josh Naylor drove in four runs, including the go-ahead run in the 10th inning, as the visiting Cleveland Guardians topped the Detroit Tigers 9-8 on Tuesday night.

Cleveland ended Detroit’s four-game winning streak despite squandering a 6-0 lead.

Naylor, who reached base five times, also supplied a two-run homer. Jose Ramirez reached six times on three hits and three intentional walks while scoring two runs and driving in another. Angel Martinez added his first major league homer.

Scott Barlow (3-3) picked up the win and Emmanuel Clase notched his 28th save. Gio Urshela hit a three-run homer, Colt Keith added a two-run shot and Justyn-Henry Malloy hit a solo home run for the Tigers. Will Vest (1-3) took the loss.

Reds 12, Rockies 6

Rookie Rece Hinds belted a 458-foot home run and fell a single shy of the cycle in his second career big-league game to power Cincinnati past visiting Colorado.

Hinds added a triple and a double and became the first player in the majors since at least 1901 to record five extra-base hits in his first two career games. Tyler Stephenson went deep and collected three hits for the Reds.

Brenton Doyle connected for a pair of homers for the Rockies. Colorado starter Cal Quantrill (6-7) was roughed up for five runs and four hits in two innings.

Red Sox 12, A’s 9

Wilyer Abreu had four RBIs and Brayan Bello struck out a career-high 11 in 5 1/3 innings as Boston beat visiting Oakland.

Abreu crushed a three-run home run before Dominic Smith followed with a solo shot to highlight the Red Sox’s eight-run second inning. Bello (9-5) set a franchise record by recording his first 10 outs of the game via strikeout, He wound up yielding five runs on nine hits and two walks.

Zack Gelof was 3-for-4 with four RBIs, and he and Lawrence Butler both hit three-run homers for the A’s. Joey Estes (3-4) was tagged for eight runs on seven hits over 1 2/3 innings.

Cubs 9, Orioles 2

Michael Busch and Ian Happ homered and Chicago opened a seven-game road trip with a victory against Baltimore.

Seiya Suzuki added a pair of run-scoring hits as the Cubs won for the fourth time in their past five games. Busch had four of Chicago’s 14 hits. Jameson Taillon (6-4) held the Orioles to two runs on four hits over six innings.

Jordan Westburg smacked a solo home run in the second inning for Baltimore. Orioles starter Dean Kremer (4-5) was tagged for seven runs (five earned) in four innings.

Phillies 10, Dodgers 1

Trea Turner had three hits, including a grand slam, to lift host Philadelphia to a drubbing of Los Angeles in the opener of a three-game series.

Brandon Marsh added a solo home run among his two hits, Bryson Stott also hit a solo shot and Kyle Schwarber returned from the injured list to smack a two-run single. Rafael Marchan contributed three hits and an RBI and Johan Rojas had two hits and an RBI for Philadelphia. Phillies starter Zack Wheeler (10-4) allowed three hits and one run in five innings. He left the game with lower back tightness.

Cavan Biggio hit a solo home run and Austin Barnes and Will Smith each had two hits for the Dodgers. Los Angeles starter Bobby Miller (1-2) lasted only four innings and gave up 10 hits and nine runs.

Rays 5, Yankees 3

Isaac Paredes launched a three-run homer to highlight a four-run first inning and Tampa Bay held on for a win against New York in the opener of a three-game series in St. Petersburg, Fla.

Amed Rosario had two hits and scored a run for the Rays, who ended a three-game skid. Tampa Bay right-hander Ryan Pepiot (5-5) allowed one run and four hits in 5 2/3 innings. He struck out seven and walked three on a career-high 101 pitches. Jason Adam protected a one-run lead in the eighth before Pete Fairbanks tossed a scoreless ninth for his 15th save.

Ben Rice homered for the Yankees, who lost for the sixth time in seven games. Yankees left-hander Carlos Rodon (9-7) dropped his fifth consecutive outing. The two-time All Star got off to a rough start before recovering to complete four innings. He allowed four runs and five hits.

Mets 7, Nationals 5

Francisco Lindor and Brandon Nimmo combined for two homers and six RBIs, leading host New York past Washington.

Lindor finished 3-for-4 with a walk, while teammate Jose Quintana (4-5) gave up just one hit over seven scoreless innings. Edwin Diaz got the final out for his ninth save.

Pinch hitter Ildemaro Vargas hit a two-run homer in the eighth and Keibert Ruiz added a two-run shot in the ninth as the Nationals made a late comeback bid. Jake Irvin (7-7) allowed six runs on nine hits in six innings.

Pirates 12, Brewers 2

Joey Bart hit a grand slam to highlight Pittsburgh’s five-homer barrage as the visiting Pirates pounded out a victory over Milwaukee in the opener of a three-game series.

Bryan Reynolds, Rowdy Tellez, Jack Suwinski and Joshua Palacios also went deep for the Pirates, who earned their second win in a row. Quinn Priester (1-5) got the win in relief. He allowed two runs (one earned) on four hits in six innings.

Brewers starter Colin Rea (8-3), who had not lost since May 19, was tagged for seven runs on six hits in five-plus innings.

Rangers 5, Angels 4

Adolis Garcia’s one-out home run in the eighth inning snapped a tie and lifted Texas to a victory over Los Angeles in Anaheim, Calif.

The Angels trailed 4-1 early but rallied against Rangers starter Max Scherzer, who gave up four runs (three earned) in 6 2/3 innings. Josh Smith also homered for Texas. Jose Leclerc (4-4) got the win, and Kirby Yates pitched a scoreless ninth for his 14th save.

Logan O’Hoppe had two home runs and a single off Scherzer. Luis Garcia (3-1) served up Adolis Garcia’s decisive homer.

Braves 6, Diamondbacks 2

Adam Duvall slammed a three-run homer and Chris Sale became the majors’ first 12-game winner as Atlanta cruised to a victory over Arizona in Phoenix.

Marcell Ozuna and Duvall each had two hits and two runs while Jarred Kelenic also had two hits as the Braves recorded their fourth consecutive victory. Sale (12-3) struck out nine in 5 1/3 innings and allowed two runs.

Jake McCarthy drove in one run and scored another for the Diamondbacks. Zac Gallen (6-5) gave up five runs (four earned) over 5 1/3 innings.

Giants 4, Blue Jays 3

Brett Wisely tied the game with a two-out, run-scoring single in the ninth inning and Tyler Fitzgerald scampered home on a wild pitch six pitches later as San Francisco overtook Toronto.

In the game that began with a successful return to the mound by Giants left-hander Blake Snell, the hosts trailed 3-2 before Patrick Bailey’s one-out single and Fitzgerald’s two-out walk in the ninth off Blue Jays reliever Trevor Richards (1-1). Erik Miller (3-2), who pitched a scoreless top of the ninth, was credited with the win as the Giants ended a two-game losing streak. Sidelined since early June due to a strained left groin, Snell pitched five innings of shutout ball.

Ernie Clement hit a three-run home run and Yusei Kikuchi struck out a career-high 13 for the Blue Jays.

Astros 4, Marlins 3

Alex Bregman clubbed a two-run, seventh-inning homer in support of Ronel Blanco, who recorded a quality start while lifting Houston to a victory over visiting Miami.

Blanco (9-3) was exceptional save for a pair of solo home runs. He retired 17 consecutive batters during one stretch. The right-hander allowed two runs on four hits and one walk with seven strikeouts in seven innings.

The Marlins did not go quietly. Jazz Chisholm Jr. slapped a two-out single into center off Astros reliever Bryan Abreu in the eighth, swiped second base, and scored when Bryan De La Cruz followed with a sharp single to left.

Mariners 8, Padres 3

Cal Raleigh homered from both sides of the plate, Julio Rodriguez had a home run among his four hits and Logan Gilbert pitched into the eighth inning as visiting Seattle beat San Diego.

Raleigh enjoyed the eighth two-homer game of his career, his second with long balls as a left-handed and right-handed hitter. Gilbert (6-5) lasted 7 2/3 innings, yielding four hits and three runs. He was working on a shutout until Jake Cronenworth hit a solo homer in the seventh.

San Diego starter Adam Mazur (1-3) permitted seven hits and five runs over 4 2/3 innings. Kyle Higashioka smacked a two-run homer for the Padres.


PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The Los Angeles Dodgers placed All-Star right-hander Tyler Glasnow on the 15-day injured list with back tightness, retroactive to July 6.

The 30-year-old Glasnow is 8-5 with a 3.47 ERA in his first season with the Dodgers. He was acquired in a December trade with Tampa Bay and received a $136.5 million, five-year contract as part of the trade that brought him back to Southern California.

Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said ahead of Tuesday’s game in Philadelphia that Glasnow’s back flared up while he played catch over the weekend. Roberts said Glasnow should return at some point after the All-Star break.

Glasnow leads the major leagues with 143 strikeouts, and that total is the most before to the All-Star Game in Dodgers history since Clayton Kershaw fanned 159 batters in 2017. Glasnow’s 11.81 strikeout per nine innings is second-best in baseball.

Cincinnati Reds pitcher Hunter Greene was named as an injury replacement to the NL All-Star team. Greene is 5-4 with a 3.45 ERA.

With a fastball that gets into the upper 90s, along with a nasty curveball and slider, Glasnow has one of baseball’s best pitching repertoires. But he has been hampered by injuries.

He had Tommy John surgery on Aug. 4, 2021. He missed the beginning of last season with a strained left oblique, and then set career highs with 162 strikeouts, 120 innings and 21 starts.

The Dodgers had six All-Stars after Glasnow, catcher Will Smith, first baseman Freddie Freeman, outfielder Teoscar Hernández and injured shortstop Mookie Betts joined starting DH Shohei Ohtani on the NL roster.

The Dodgers recalled right-handed pitcher Michael Petersen from Triple-A Oklahoma City.


NEW YORK (AP) — Cincinnati right-hander Hunter Greene and Baltimore infielder Jordan Westburg became first-time All-Stars on Tuesday when they were picked as injury replacements.

Greene was selected by Major League Baseball to fill the spot of Los Angeles Dodgers right-hander Tyler Glasnow, placed on the 15-day injured list because of back tightness in a move retroactive to Saturday.

Westburg took the spot of Boston third baseman Rafael Devers because he finished second in player, manager and coach voting behind Cleveland’s José Ramírez, the AL starter. Red Sox manager Alex Cora said Boston decided Devers should not go to the All-Star Game because of left shoulder soreness.

MLB said Glasnow still plans to attend the All-Star Game on July 16 at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas.

Greene and Westburg are first-time All-Stars, raising the total to 34. Five players have been replaced on the roster, raising the total of All-Stars to 69.

San Diego outfielder Fernando Tatis Jr., elected by fans to start, will miss the game because of a stress reaction in his right thigh bone. Dodgers shortstop Mookie Betts, voted in by players for his eighth straight All-Star appearance, has been out since breaking his left hand on June 16. Philadelphia pitcher Zack Wheeler is lined up to start for the Phillies this weekend and won’t be available for the National League staff.

Cincinnati’s 22-year-old speedster, Elly De La Cruz, got Betts’ spot after finishing second to him on the player ballot. Pittsburgh pitcher Paul Skenes and San Francisco outfielder Heliot Ramos were picked by MLB to replace Wheeler and Tatis.


Boston Red Sox third baseman Rafael Devers will sit out the All-Star Game to rest a sore left shoulder.

Devers, 27, has been playing through an injury in the AC joint, Boston manager Alex Cora said Tuesday. The eight-year veteran was set to play in his third Midsummer Classic.

“He’s been grinding through a few things, especially his left shoulder,” Cora said. “As a group, we believe this is a good time for him to get some rest and take care of it.”

Devers was in the lineup for Tuesday’s game against the Oakland Athletics.

Baltimore Orioles infielder Jordan Westburg, 25, will replace Devers on the American League roster for the July 16 game in Arlington, Texas, it was announced Tuesday. Westburg, a first-time All-Star, is batting .281 with 14 homers and 49 RBIs in 83 games in his second major league season.

Devers is coming off of a stellar outing against the host New York Yankees, as he went 3-for-4 with two home runs and two RBIs in a 3-0 victory on Sunday night. He is batting .293 with 21 homers, 55 RBIs, a .378 on-base percentage and .593 slugging percentage. He has played in 77 of Boston’s 89 games entering Tuesday.

“They do an amazing job with him during the week,” Cora said of the team’s medical staff. “I think Raffy has learned to be efficient with his work and staying healthy.

“He’s not going to be able to do certain things, but at the end of the day, he’s Raffy Devers, so he finds a way.”

The Red Sox entered Tuesday nine games over .500 to match a season best. They were 7 1/2 games behind the Orioles in the AL East and owners of the third AL wild-card spot.

“We all believe there’s more here; we’re shooting for something bigger than the All-Star Game,” Cora said. “For him to be healthy, that’s the most important thing.”


NEW YORK (AP) — Seeking help for a struggling and depleted bullpen, the New York Mets acquired reliever Phil Maton from the Tampa Bay Rays on Tuesday for a player to be named or cash.

Maton was 1-2 with a 4.58 ERA and two saves in 40 appearances for the Rays this season. He struck out 30 and walked 18 in 35 1/3 innings.

The 31-year-old right-hander has spent eight seasons in the majors, going 17-14 with a 4.28 ERA and four saves in 384 games for San Diego, Cleveland, Houston and Tampa Bay.

He gives the Mets an experienced arm to replenish a taxed and tattered bullpen that has lost veteran left-hander Brooks Raley and right-hander Drew Smith to season-ending elbow injuries. Right-handers Sean Reid-Foley and Shintaro Fujinami are also on the injured list, but are expected back from shoulder issues.

The team obtained lefty reliever Matt Gage from the Los Angeles Dodgers for cash on Sunday and optioned him to Triple-A Syracuse.

New York has blown 16 of 37 save opportunities this season, and the relief group has an 8.16 ERA over the past 14 games. Because of injuries and roster decisions, only three of the eight relievers who opened the season with the Mets remain in their bullpen.

Star closer Edwin Díaz was on the IL from May 29 to June 11 with a right shoulder impingement and then returned Saturday from a 10-game suspension for violating baseball’s prohibitions on sticky foreign substances.

To make room for Maton on the roster, left-hander Joey Lucchesi was designated for assignment. Lucchesi made one big league start this year and was pitching at Triple-A.


SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic (AP) — Tampa Bay Rays shortstop Wander Franco was formally charged on Tuesday by prosecutors in the Dominican Republic with sexually abusing a 14-year-old girl.

The prosecutors decided to press charges four days after the initial deadline expired on July 5, six months after a judge ordered that Franco be investigated in connection with sexual and psychological abuse of the minor.

Nairobi Viloria, the attorney general’s office spokesperson, confirmed to The Associated Press that prosecutors presented before a judge the final and formal accusation, but she declined to provide further details.

The indictment also includes the minor’s mother. According to prosecutors, Franco paid the girl’s mother thousands of dollars to consent to the relationship, which lasted four months. The girl’s mother remains under house arrest. The AP is not releasing the woman’s name to preserve her daughter’s privacy.

Franco, 23, is on administrative leave by Major League Baseball and the player’s association through July 14.

Jay Reisinger, Franco’s U.S.-based lawyer, said he could not comment because Franco had not received formal notification of any charges.

Tampa Bay’s All-Star shortstop has not played since Aug. 12 while MLB continues its investigation into an alleged relationship with a minor.

Administrative leave is not disciplinary under the sport’s joint domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse policy, and a player continues to be paid. Franco, who has a $2 million salary this year, has remained in his native Dominican Republic while authorities there investigate.

Franco agreed to a $182-million, 11-year contract in November 2021.