>>Cardinals Down Rockies
(St. Louis, MO) -- Albert Pujols belted a two-run homer during a three-hit night as the Cardinals downed the Rockies, 6-2. David Freese and Yadier Molina doubled in runs during a four-run first for St. Louis, which took two-of-three in the series. The Cardinals open up a three-game series tonight against the Pirates with Jake Westbrook on the hill.
>>Cubs Rally Past Braves, Uggla's Streak Ends
(Atlanta, GA) -- Carlos Pena's two-run homer in the sixth proved to be the difference as the Cubs topped the Braves, 6-5. The game marked the end of the 33-game hitting streak for Atlanta second baseman Dan Uggla, who went 0-for-3 with a sac fly. Darwin Barney and Marlon Byrd had three hits apiece as Chicago won for the fourth time in five tries. John Grabow picked up the win, while Carlos Marmol came on to record his 28th save. The Cubs begin a three-game series in Houston tonight with Rodrigo Lopez on the mound.
>>ChiSox Triple Up Royals
(Chicago, IL) -- Brent Lillibridge left the yard with a three-run homer to cap a four-run first inning, and the White Sox dropped the Royals, 6-2. Carlos Quentin added two RBI for Chicago, which has won two straight. John Danks earned the win, giving up two runs over six frames with six strikeouts. Gavin Floyd toes the rubber Tuesday for the Sox, who start a three-game set against the Indians.
San Diego Padres 7, Cincinnati Reds 3
San Francisco Giants 5, Florida Marlins 2
Chicago Cubs 6, Atlanta Braves 5
Milwaukee Brewers 2, Pittsburgh Pirates 1 (10 inn)
Los Angeles Dodgers 7, Houston Astros 0
Arizona Diamondbacks 5, New York Mets 3
St. Louis Cardinals 6, Colorado Rockies 2
Washington Nationals at Philadelphia Phillies(PPD/Rain)
Toronto Blue Jays 5, LA Angels of Anaheim 4 (10 inn)
Baltimore Orioles 8, Detroit Tigers 5
Chicago White Sox 6, Kansas City Royals 2
Texas Rangers 7, Oakland Athletics 6
Seattle Mariners 5, Boston Red Sox 3
Minnesota Twins at Cleveland Indians (PPD/Rain)
Tampa Bay Rays at New York Yankees (PPD/Rain)
>>Cubs Place Zambrano On Disqualified List
(Atlanta, GA) -- After walking out on his team Friday night, Carlos Zambrano was placed on the disqualified list by the Cubs. The move means that the 30-year-old starter is not permitted to have any contact with the team and will not be paid for 30 days, a move that the players' union may reportedly appeal. Zambrano was ejected from Friday's loss to Atlanta for throwing at Chipper Jones twice after giving up five home runs in four-and-a-third innings. Following his ejection, the oft-fiery Venezuelan cleaned out his locker and said he was retiring.