MONDAY'S HIGHLIGHTS

Nationals 9, Mets 0: Gio Gonzalez was inches from a no-hitter, settling for a one-hit shutout. Pinch hitter Zach Lutz broke up the no-hit bid with a single in the seventh that landed on the foul line beyond the reach of diving first baseman Adam LaRoche.

Dodgers 8, Diamondbacks 1: Juan Uribe hit three home runs and a single for Los Angeles.

Orioles 4, Yankees 2: Both dugouts emptied briefly after the first inning, when Orioles manager Buck Showalter angrily exchanged words with Joe Girardi after the Yankees manager yelled at Baltimore third-base coach Bobby Dickerson, accusing him of stealing signs. Showalter had to be restrained by home plate umpire Ed Hickox as he charged onto the field.

Pirates 1, Rangers 0: Pittsburgh clinched its first winning season since 1992 as rookie Gerrit Cole had nine strikeouts over seven innings to outpitch Yu Darvish.

  • Rangers left-hander Matt Harrison had his third surgery of the season, this one for Thoracic Outlet Syndrome on his right side. His first two procedures were on a herniated disk in his lower back.

    White Sox 5, Tigers 1: Chicago's Chris Sale outpitched Max Scherzer, denying him his 20th win, and Detroit's Miguel Cabrera was ejected in the first after arguing that he checked his swing on a pitch that struck him in the leg.

    Mariners: Ace Felix Hernandez (back) will not make his scheduled start Wednesday, the second time his turn in the rotation has been pushed back.


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