Each day, MLB.com selects one player from each game whose performance stands out:
Homer Bailey | Reds 3, Cubs 1
Bailey tossed seven shutout innings before allowing one run on four hits over 7 1/3 frames for his 12th win.
Braun was responsible for three of Milwaukee's seven steals, and he also contributed an RBI single.
Miguel Cabrera | Tigers 12, A's 2
Finishing the rout of the A's with six RBIs, Miguel Cabrera reached the 40-homer mark with his second blast of the night, a grand slam.
After sitting out the previous two games amid an 0-for-9 stretch at the plate, De Aza led off the game with a home run, the first of three solo shots by the White Sox en route to a series-opening victory at Kauffman Stadium.
Highlights » Ian Kennedy | D-backs 3, Padres 2
Kennedy tossed eight innings of one-run ball while striking out six.
Highlights » Ryan Lavarnway | Red Sox 7, Rays 5
The designated hitter's two-run double in the seventh proved to be the difference as Boston continues to play the role of spoiler down the stretch.
Highlights » Tim Lincecum | Giants 6, Rockies 3
Lincecum notched his 10th win of the season, allowing five hits in 6 1/3 shutout innings.
Highlights » Kyle Lohse | Cardinals 4, Astros 1
Lohse hurled seven scoreless innings and contributed to his own cause with an RBI double.
Highlights » Darin Mastroianni | Twins 6, Indians 5 (12)
Mastroianni manufactured the go-ahead run in the 12th inning, singling, stealing second and scooting home on an infield single.
Jose Reyes | Marlins 4, Braves 3 (10)
Reyes had three hits, including a game-winning single in the 10th for his first walk-off hit as a Marlin.
Teagarden's 18th-inning single helped the O's tied the Yanks for first in the AL East.
Highlights » Jered Weaver | Angels 11, Rangers 3
Weaver rode an eight-run Angels fourth inning to his second straight 18-win season and his 100th career victory.
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