thursDAY'S HIGHLIGHTS

Rangers 5, Rockies 0: Prince Fielder homered, Matt Harrison earned his first win of the season, and Texas beat Colorado after being overwhelmed by the Rockies by a 29-5 total the previous three games. Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado extended his hitting streak to 28 games with a single in the third, breaking the team record set by Michael Cuddyer last year.

Astros 6, Tigers 2: Dallas Keuchel outpitched college roommate Drew Smyly, and Houston snapped Detroit's eight-game winning streak and ended its own five-game losing skid. Keuchel and Smyly were on the Arkansas team that reached the College World Series in 2009.

Marlins 3, Padres 1: Giancarlo Stanton hit a two-run homer in the 11th, and surprising Miami beat San Diego for its fifth straight victory. Stanton leads the N.L. with 11 homers and tops the majors with 40 RBIs. The Marlins (20-15) took over sole possession of first place in the N.L. East for the first time since April 26, 2011.

Mariners 1, Royals 0: Hisashi Iwakuma scattered four hits over eight innings and Corey Hart hit an RBI single to lift Seattle over Kansas City. Seattle won for the 11th time in 14 games since losing eight straight.

Indians 9, Twins 4: Asdrubal Cabrera had four hits and three RBIs, Michael Brantley also homered and Cleveland beat Minnesota for its first three-game winning streak this season. The Twins played their fourth straight game without first baseman Joe Mauer, who could be headed to the disabled list because of back spasms. Outfielder Sam Fuld was placed on the seven-day D.L. with concussion-like symptoms.

Blue Jays 12, Phillies 6: Edwin Encarnacion hit two of Toronto's five homers, and the Blue Jays beat Philadelphia for the 8th time in a row.

Orioles 3, Rays 1: Steve Pearce hit a two-run homer, Ubaldo Jimenez won his second straight start, and Baltimore completed a three-game sweep of Tampa Bay.

Yankees: The team will retire former manager Joe Torre's No. 6, leaving Derek Jeter's No. 2 as the last single digit in pinstripes.

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