>>Sox Complete Sweep of Indians
Carlos Sanchez homered as the Chicago White Sox earned a four-game sweep of the Cleveland Indians with a 2-1 win on Sunday.
Carlos Rodon (4-3) was solid over 6 2/3 innings, scattering five hits and striking out nine.
Melky Cabrera added an RBI for the White Sox, who had lost four straight before entering Cleveland.
Danny Salazar (8-6) was given the loss after going 6 2/3 innings and allowing two runs on six hits and eight strikeouts.
Sanchez hit his second dinger of the season in the third inning to give the White Sox the lead.
Rodon did not need much more support, but Cabrera added an RBI single in the seventh for a two-run lead.
Chicago's bullpen took over after Rodon, with David Robertson earning his 21st save of the season despite giving up a run in the ninth.
American League Scoreboard
Baltimore 5, Tampa Bay 2
New York 7, Minnesota 2
Kansas City 5, Houston 1
LA Angels of Anaheim 13, Texas 7
Seattle 6, Toronto 5 (10 innings)
San Francisco 4, Oakland 3
Boston 11, Detroit 1
>>Braves Beat Cardinals
Adonis Garcia's first career home run proved to be the difference in the Atlanta Braves' 3-2 win over the St. Louis Cardinals on Sunday.
Matt Wisler (5-1) allowed two runs on seven hits over seven innings for the Braves, who snapped a three-game losing streak.
Michael Wacha (11-4) was tagged for three runs on five hits and three walks in six innings for St. Louis.
Ryan Lavarnway opened the scoring with an RBI double in the second, then Cameron Maybin knocked him in with a single for a 2-0 lead.
St. Louis tied the game with a run in the fourth and fifth innings. Stephen Piscotty drove Jason Heyward in with a single in the fourth and Matt Holliday doubled home Kolten Wong in the fifth.
Garcia broke up the tie with a dinger off Wacha in the sixth.
Jim Johnson came on in the ninth for his ninth save.
>>Nola Leads Phils Past Cubs For Series Sweep
Aaron Nola earned his first major-league win a day after Cole Hamels threw a no-hitter and the Philadelphia Phillies routed the Chicago Cubs 11-5 on Sunday to finish off a three-game sweep.
Nola (1-1) had six strikeouts in 7 2/3 innings, giving up four runs on five hits and two walks. The 22-year-old right-hander, who helped himself with an RBI single, lost his major league debut on Tuesday despite giving up just one run on a homer by Tampa Bay pitcher Nathan Karns.
Hamels struck out 13 on Saturday, becoming the first pitcher to no-hit the Cubs since Sandy Koufax's perfect game on Sept. 9, 1965.
The Phillies cranked out 17 hits on Sunday for their eighth win in nine games. Maikel Franco and Ryan Howard each hit two-run homers -- Franco had three RBI -- and Domonic Brown doubled, tripled and drove in three.
Cubs catcher David Ross pitched a 1-2-3 top of the ninth, then homered in the bottom of the inning. Dexter Fowler and Addison Russell also homered for the Cubs, who have lost four of five.
The Phillies scored three runs before Cubs starter Jason Hammel (5-5) got an out. Cesar Hernandez led off the game with a single, Odubel Herrera tripled to right and Franco homered to left, the rookie's 11th of the season.
The Cubs scored in the bottom of the first on Kris Bryant's long sacrifice fly and again in the third on Fowler's ninth dinger of the season.
But the Phillies pushed their lead to 6-2 with three runs in the fourth. Cody Asche led off with a triple and Brown and Cameron Rupp hit consecutive RBI doubles. Nola added an RBI single before Hammel was pulled.
Brown stroked a two-run triple in the fifth, Philadelphia's third of the game, Franco hit an RBI double in the sixth and Howard homered in the eighth.
Russell homered off Nola in the eighth.
National League Scoreboard
New York 3, Los Angeles 2 (10 innings)
Pittsburgh 3, Washington 1
Arizona 3, Milwaukee 0
San Diego 3, Miami 2
San Francisco 4, Oakland 3
Colorado 17, Cincinnati 7