Kansas City 4, Chi. White Sox 3
Brandon Moss hit a grand slam early and that was it for the Kansas City Royals offense, but the pitching staff made it hold up -- barely.
Atlanta 8, Washington 0
The combination of Freddie Freeman batting on his birthday against Gio Gonzalez spelled trouble for the National League East division champions.
Philadelphia 9, Miami 8
The Philadelphia Phillies -- and the small contingent of fans that stuck around Citizens Bank Park to watch them -- got to celebrate two walk-off hits against the Miami Marlins on Tuesday night.
Toronto 3, Baltimore 2
The Toronto Blue Jays continue to receive an infusion of energy from their September call-ups.
Cleveland 2, Detroit 0
Considering what was at stake, the Cleveland Indians had the right man on the mound.
Tampa Bay 2, NY Yankees 1
First Tampa Bay Rays manager Kevin Cash followed the template New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi used Monday night. Then Rays shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria hit the homer he barely missed hitting a little less than 24 hours earlier.
Boston 11, Oakland 1
With David Ortiz retired, Mookie Betts is the guy in the Boston lineup most able to carry the Red Sox on his back for a prolonged period.
Milwaukee 5, Pittsburgh 2
With their starting pitcher still building himself back up after a stint on the disabled list and their playoff hopes still alive, the Milwaukee Brewers needed all hands on deck Tuesday night against the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Seattle 10, Texas 3
The Seattle Mariners' outside hopes of making a run at an American League wild card were damaged when they arrived in Texas having lost five of seven games.
Minnesota 16, San Diego 0
No team ever homered in each of the first six innings of a game before Tuesday.
St. Louis 13, Cincinnati 4
Between Triple-A Memphis and St. Louis, Paul DeJong has belted 35 homers this year.
Colorado 4, Arizona 2
Carlos Gonzalez is Carlos Gonzalez again, and the Colorado Rockies could not be happier.
Houston 1, LA Angels 0
The Houston Astros still had a comfortable lead in the American League West heading into the opener of a three-game series against the Los Angeles Angels on Tuesday night, but right-hander Justin Verlander knew it was time to put the team's four-game losing streak to rest.
LA Dodgers 5, San Francisco 3
The Los Angeles Dodgers didn't shake hands Tuesday night. They hugged.