The Associated Press
SEATTLE - Rick Reed pitched seven sparkling innings and Dustan Mohr hit a home run and made a game-saving catch in the bottom of the ninth as the Minnesota Twins beat the Seattle Mariners 3-1 Sunday night.
The AL Central-leading Twins won their third series in a row, while the AL West-leading Mariners lost a series for the first time in five series.
Reed (3-5) lost his bid for a shutout when Bret Boone led off Seattle's seventh with his 12th homer.
Orioles 13, Rangers 10
ARLINGTON, Texas - Melvin Mora went 5-for-5, Jeff Conine drove in three runs and Luis Matos hit a two-run homer for Baltimore.
Mora, who equaled a career high with five RBI on Saturday, had a career high in hits Sunday and also drove in two runs. He has seven straight multi-hit games.
Blue Jays 5, Yankees 3
NEW YORK - Jeff Weaver unraveled after an error by Alfonso Soriano and Toronto completed its first four-game sweep over the Yankees, sending New York to its seventh straight home loss.
"It can only get better. It can't get much worse than it's been," Yankees star Derek Jeter said.
The slump at Yankee Stadium is their worst since they lost 10 straight in 1986. New York has lost 11 of the last 12 at home.
Angels 6, Devil Rays 1
ANAHEIM, Calif. - Kevin Appier extended his dominance of Tampa Bay with six strong innings, and Jeff DaVanon scored on the front end of a double steal for Anaheim. Appier (3-2) improved to 7-0 with a 1.82 ERA in seven career starts against the Devil Rays.
Athletics 4, Royals 3
OAKLAND, Calif. - Erubiel Durazo hit a game-tying homer with two outs in the ninth inning, and Mark Ellis hit a bases-loaded single in the 10th to lift Oakland. Durazo's two-run homer spoiled a brilliant start by Darrell May, who was one strike away from a five-hitter and complete game.
Indians 6, Red Sox 4
BOSTON - Jason Davis pitched into the eighth inning and Milton Bradley drove in three runs with a pair of doubles for Cleveland. Nomar Garciaparra extended his hitting streak to 25 games - longest in the majors this season - with a two-run double off Davis (4-4) in the eighth.
White Sox 8, Tigers 5
CHICAGO - Joe Crede hit a game-ending three-run homer in the 12th inning and Chicago snapped Detroit's three-game winning streak. Carlos Lee hit his seventh career grand slam for the White Sox.
Marlins 6, Reds 2
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