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Yankees rough up Hernandez, M's

NEW YORK — Raul Ibanez hit a go-ahead, three-run homer off former Seattle teammate Felix Hernandez in the sixth inning, Robinson Cano had four hits and New York overcame a home run by Jesus Montero to defeat Seattle 6-2 on Friday.

Hernandez (3-2) lost for the first time at new Yankee Stadium, where the 2010 AL Cy Young Award winner had allowed just one earned run in 24 innings coming in.

Hiroki Kuroda (3-4) went seven innings to improve to 3-1 at home, allowing a leadoff homer to Dustin Ackley and another in the sixth to Montero, acquired by the Mariners in the January trade that sent Michael Pineda to New York.

Andruw Jones added the first home run by a Yankees pinch-hitter since September 2010, a two-run drive in the eighth off Steve Delabar.

Rangers 10, Angels 3

At Arlington, Texas, Josh Hamilton hit two more home runs, Yu Darvish struck out seven and the Texas Rangers beat the Los Angeles Angels a rain-interrupted game when C.J. Wilson faced only five batters against his former team.

Both of Hamilton's solo shots came after a 1-hour, 56-minute rain delay in the first inning when the Rangers went ahead to stay against Wilson (4-3), their No. 1 starter last season who left in free agency after their second consecutive World Series appearance.

Athletics 11, Tigers 4

At Oakland, Calif., Brandon Inge hit a three-run homer and drove in four for the fourth time in five games, and Josh Reddick homered twice and had a career-high five RBIs as Oakland pounded Detroit.

Inge hit his fifth homer of the year and fourth since joining the A's on April 30 after the Tigers cut him. It was his second long ball in two nights after he hit a grand slam in Thursday's 10-6 loss. Inge also delivered a game-ending grand slam Tuesday against Toronto.

Orioles 4, Rays 3

At Baltimore, Nick Johnson's first homer in two years gave Baltimore a seventh-inning lead and the Orioles edged Tampa Bay in a duel for first place in the AL East.

Johnson's two-run drive off Joel Peralta (0-2) put Baltimore in front 4-3, and the bullpen made the margin stand up. After spending last season in the minors, Johnson received an invite to spring training, made the team and was batting .143 before his game-changing home run.

Red Sox 7, Indians 5

At Boston, Dustin Pedroia had three hits and three RBIs to back an effective outing by Clay Buchholz, and Boston beat Cleveland to snap a three-game skid.

David Ortiz left in the seventh due to a sore left heel. Ortiz was involved in a minor car accident on his way to Fenway Park but said before the game he was uninjured.

White Sox 5, Royals 0

At Chicago, Adam Dunn hit his 11th homer to match his total from last season, leading Gavin Floyd and the Chicago White Sox over Kansas City.

Twins 7, Blue Jays 6

At Minneapolis, Darin Mastroianni got his first major league hit and drove in three runs to help Minnesota overcome Jose Bautista's two homers in a victory over Toronto.

Diamondbacks 5, Giants 1

At Phoenix, Paul Goldschmidt hit his first home run since his initial at-bat of the season, rookie Patrick Corbin allowed three hits over seven innings and Arizona ended a five-game losing streak.

A.J. Pollock added his first major league homer for the Diamondbacks. Both long balls came off Madison Bumgarner (5-2), who had won five in a row since losing his first start of the season at Arizona on April 7.

Corbin (2-1) struck out four and walked none. Melky Cabrera homered for the Giants, who have lost nine straight to the Diamondbacks dating to last season.

Marlins 6, Mets 5

At Miami, Greg Dobbs' single with two outs in the ninth inning scored Emilio Bonifacio from second base, and the Miami Marlins rallied to end the New York Mets' five-game winning streak.

The Marlins scored twice in the ninth off Frank Francisco to win for the ninth time in 10 games. They were coming off an 8-1 trip, the best in franchise history.

Braves 9, Cardinals 7, 12 innings

At St. Louis, Jason Heyward hit a two-run homer in the 12th inning and the Braves put a damper on the Cardinals' celebration honoring former manager Tony La Russa.

Dan Uggla also homered for the Braves. Craig Kimbrel finished for his NL-leading 11th save in 12 chances.

Carlos Beltran homered twice during a four-hit day for the Cardinals that also included a two-run triple.

Brewers 8, Cubs 7, 13 innings

At Milwaukee, Corey Hart hit an RBI single in the 13th inning to give the Brewers the win.

With the bases loaded and no outs, Hart sent Lendy Castillo's first pitch back up the middle to end the game after five hours, four minutes. Castillo (0-1) plunked Rickie Weeks on the left hand and Ryan Braun in the back before Aramis Ramirez hit a flare single to right to bring Hart to the plate.

Nationals 7, Reds 3

At Cincinnati, Roger Bernadina and Danny Espinosa each hit a two-run homer in one of Washington's biggest scoring splurges of the season.

Washington matched its season high for runs by taking advantage of Mike Leake (0-5), who lasted three innings and remained winless in six starts. He gave up seven hits and six runs, including the homers by Bernadina and Espinosa.

Dodgers 7, Rockies 3

At Los Angeles, Chris Capuano won his fourth straight outing and the Dodgers got home runs from Andre Ethier, Mark Ellis and Juan Uribe.

Capuano (5-0) equaled the best start of his eight-year career, allowing a run and four hits through seven innings.

Astros 1, Pirates 0

At Pittsburgh, Bud Norris allowed three hits in six sharp innings, leading Houston to the win.

Phillies 7, Padres 3

At Philadelphia, Carlos Ruiz went 3 for 3 with a homer and three RBIs for Philadelphia, and John Mayberry Jr. homered and drove in three runs.

Vance Worley (3-2) struck out nine in six innings to help the Phillies snap a three-game losing streak.