Each day, MLB.com selects one player from each game whose performance stands out:
Jose Bautista | Blue Jays 10, Brewers 9
Bautista hit a pair of solo homers, with his second long ball giving the Blue Jays the lead in the ninth after Colby Rasmus tied the game against closer John Axford.
Cole Hamels | Phillies 7, Rockies 2
Cole Hamels allowed two runs on six hits and struck out seven in the Phillies' series-opening win.
Hamilton wasted no time making his presence felt in his return to action, lacing a two-run triple as part of a two-hit night to spark the Rangers to their fifth straight win.
Highlights » Jason Heyward | Braves 4, Yankees 3
Heyward tripled and scored, nailed a runner at the plate and delivered a go-ahead RBI single.
Highlights » Luke Hochevar | Royals 2, Astros 0
Hochevar tossed 7 2/3 scoreless innings, allowing five hits and four walks while striking out six as the Royals evened the series.
Highlights » Brandon McCarthy | A's 3, Dodgers 0
McCarthy returned after missing two starts with shoulder soreness and allowed just two hits in seven innings, extending his career-high winning streak to six.
Highlights » Andrew McCutchen | Pirates 7, Twins 2
McCutchen drove in two runs in Tuesday's win, as the center fielder was just a triple short of the cycle.
Highlights » Logan Morrison | Red Sox 7, Marlins 5
Morrison homered in the first inning and drove in all five Miami runs on a 3-for-4 night.
Highlights » David Price | Rays 5, Nationals 4
Allowing three earned runs over seven solid innings, Price joined three other American League pitchers with nine wins.
Highlights » Albert Pujols | Angels 12, Giants 5
Pujols knocked in four in the first two innings as the Halos broke out of their offensive funk in a big way.
On the heels of R.A. Dickey's one-hitter, Santana tossed six shutout innings.
Highlights » Ichiro Suzuki | Mariners 12, D-backs 9 (10)
Ichiro went 4-for-5, including a first-inning single to reach 2,500 career hits and a run-scoring double in the decisive 10th inning.
Josh Tomlin | Indians 3, Reds 2 (10)
Tomlin allowed one run on six hits over 6 2/3 innings, keeping the Reds in check and setting the stage for the Tribe's 10th-inning heroics.
Though he tallied more walks than strikeouts, Verlander held the defending World Series champs to three runs -- one earned.
Highlights » Travis Wood | Cubs 2, White Sox 1
Wood allowed one run on four hits, despite walking four, over six innings to earn his first win since Aug. 19, 2011, as the Cubs claimed their second straight win over the White Sox.
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