Each day, MLB.com selects one player from each game whose performance stands out:
Brandon Beachy | Braves 7, Rockies 2
Beachy cruised into the seventh, allowing just one hit, and gave up two runs over 6 1/3 innings to lead Atlanta to a sweep.
Cain struck out 10 over seven innings, and the Giants walked off in the 11th.
Highlights » Robinson Cano | Yankees 10, Royals 4
Cano hit the eighth grand slam of his career, doubling his RBI total for the season in the Yankees' rout.
Highlights » Chris Davis | Orioles 9, Red Sox 6
Switching from DH to reliever, Davis threw two scoreless innings and earned the win. Highlights » David DeJesus | Cubs 4, Dodgers 3
DeJesus's patience paid off when he recorded a walk-off walk for the Cubs in the 11th inning.
Highlights » R.A. Dickey | Mets 3, D-backs 1
For eight-plus innings, R.A. Dickey's knuckleball confounded the D-backs as the Mets held on for the series victory.
Greene drove in four runs on two homers and a double to help snap the Astros' five-game win streak.
Highlights » Cole Hamels | Phillies 9, Nationals 3
Hamels struck out eight over eight innings of one-run ball to help the Phillies win the series finale.
Highlights » Brandon Inge | Athletics 9, Rays 5
Inge had 4 RBIs, including a three-run homer in the third inning, to give the A's a 5-4 lead after falling behind 4-0, and a sacrifice fly in the seventh.
Austin Jackson | Tigers 3, White Sox 1
Jackson hit his sixth career leadoff home run, the first of Detroit's three solo home runs, to pull the Tigers even in the first inning, and he finished 2-for-4.
Jimenez tossed seven shutout innings, striking out six in the process.
Highlights » Mat Latos | Reds 5, Pirates 0
Latos tossed six scoreless frames, allowing two hits and three walks while striking out a career-high 11.
Highlights » Hector Noesi | Mariners 5, Twins 2
Noesi delivered seven strong innings, allowing just four hits and one run for his second win of the season.
Ricky Nolasco | Marlins 6, Padres 3
Nolasco held San Diego to a pair of runs in seven sharp innings, improving to 4-0 and tying a Marlins record with his 68th career win.
Albert Pujols | Angels 4, Blue Jays 3
Pujols ended a career-long homerless streak and lifted the Halos in the process.
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