Each day, MLB.com selects one player from each game whose performance stands out:
Yu Darvish | Rangers 4, A's 1
Darvish went 7 2/3 innings, fanning seven and in the process tying the Major League lead with six wins.
Moyer extended his record as the oldest pitcher to win a game, throwing 6 1/3 innings and also legging out a two-run infield single.
Albert Pujols | Angels 7, White Sox 2
Pujols' three-run shot put the Angels on top for good in their first game under new hitting coach Jim Eppard.
Hafner drove in three runs, one of which came on a solo home run in the sixth.
Highlights » Gio Gonzalez | Nationals 7, Pirates 4
Gonzalez struck out 10 over seven innings to remain unbeaten this season at Nationals Park.
Highlights » Giancarlo Stanton | Marlins 8, Braves 4
After saving two runs and ending an inning with an amazing catch, Stanton gave Miami breathing room with his seventh homer this month.
Richard earned his first win since April 8, holding the Dodgers to two runs in seven innings.
Highlights » J.J. Hardy | Orioles 4, Royals 3 (15)
Hardy had three hits, including the game-tying single in the top of the ninth that sent the game to extra innings, where Adam Jones won it with a homer in the 15th inning.
Bud Norris | Astros 8, Brewers 3
Norris struck out nine over seven innings to notch his third straight win.
Freese snapped an 0-for-17 streak with the first of his three hits, then belted a tiebreaking homer that was the difference.
Highlights » Todd Frazier | Reds 6, Mets 3
Frazier belted two homers and drove in three runs, powering the Reds' late charge.
Highlights » Jeremy Hellickson | Rays 2, Red Sox 1
The righty ran his record to 4-0 after allowing just one run over six solid innings.
Highlights » Kyle Drabek | Blue Jays 8, Yankees 1
Drabek allowed one run on three hits in seven innings, earning his first career win over the Yankees while snapping Toronto's three-game skid.
Highlights » Jamey Carroll | Twins 11, Tigers 7
On a night the Tigers twice took the lead from the Twins, Carroll's go-ahead knock in the sixth handed Minnesota control for good at Comerica Park.
Highlights » Carlos Ruiz | Phillies 9, Cubs 2
Ruiz hit a tiebreaking home run in the eighth inning, going 2-for-4 with an RBI and three runs scored.
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