>>White Sox Blast Tigers
Lucas Giolito threw seven scoreless innings to reach the milestone, and Matt Davidson hit a three-run homer to help the Chicago White Sox beat the Detroit Tigers 7-1 on Sunday.
Giolito (1-1) limited the Tigers to three hits in his second start with the White Sox after they acquired him in a December trade with the Nationals for outfielder Adam Eaton.
Giolito struck out four to match his career high and recorded his first quality start.
Yolmer Sanchez had three hits for the White Sox, who have won four of five and took two of three from Detroit.
Ian Kinsler hit his 14th home run for the Tigers, who lost for the 16th time in 21 games.
Matthew Boyd (5-8) allowed five runs and seven hits in six innings.
Matt Davidson hit his 23rd homer this season and his first since July 31 after missing three weeks with a right wrist contusion. The three-run shot put the White Sox ahead 5-0 in the third.
After an off day Monday, RHP James Shields (2-4, 5.63) will start the series opener Tuesday at Minnesota.
>>Hoskins Homers Again As Phillies Down Cubs
Rhys Hoskins went deep for the fifth straight game, and his stellar grab started a triple play in the fifth inning, leading the Philadelphia Phillies to a 6-3 victory over the Chicago Cubs on Sunday.
Hoskins led off the eighth with a drive to left-center to give him 11 home runs in his first 18 games over 64 at-bats, becoming the fastest in major league history to reach 11 homers.
Nick Williams also homered for the Phillies, who have gone deep in nine straight games, hitting 20 homers over that span.
Nick Pivetta (5-9) allowed three runs on six hits in five innings to get the win. Hector Neris worked a perfect ninth for his 16th save in 19 chances.
Anthony Rizzo had a pair of RBIs for the NL Central-leading Cubs, who began play three games in front of Milwaukee.
The Phillies had a fifth inning to remember.
Rizzo walked and Tommy La Stella singled to begin the frame. Javier Baez then hit a sinking liner to left, and Hoskins made a diving catch.
Hoskins dropped the ball while transferring it out of his glove, but third base umpire Jerry Layne ruled right away it was a catch. Hoskins threw to second to double off Rizzo, who already was on third base, and second baseman Cesar Hernandez threw to first to get La Stella, who was caught in between first and second.
Chicago opens a seven-game homestand with the first of three against the Pirates on Monday night with LHP Mike Montgomery (4-6, 3.43) making his 10th start.
He will be opposed by RHP Trevor Williams (5-6, 4.40).
>>Rays Edge Cardinals in 10 Innings
Logan Morrison blasted two home runs to reach 31 this season, his second coming in the 10th inning to lead the Tampa Bay Rays past the Cardinals 3-2 on Sunday.
Sergio Romo (3-1) threw a scoreless ninth, and Alex Colome worked a scoreless 10th for his major league-leading 39th save in 44 chances.
All five runs in the game were scored on solo homers.
The win was the Rays' third in four games and fifth in seven as they attempt to chase down a wild-card spot. Tampa Bay improved to 8-5 in extra innings.
Tampa Bay starter Chris Archer allowed one run and five hits over seven innings. The right-hander struck out eight and walked one.
Cardinals right-hander Lance Lynn allowed two runs and six hits over seven innings, striking out eight and walking three.
Morrison hit his 30th homer this season in the fourth. Brad Miller's homer in the seventh made it 2-0.
Kolten Wong went deep in the eighth to make it 2-1. It was his second homer in three games and fourth of the season.
The Rays loaded the bases in the eighth against three Cardinals relievers, but John Brebbia struck out Miller to end the threat.
Matt Carpenter tied it in the eighth with his 17th homer this season.
After an off day Monday, RHP Luke Weaver (2-1, 2.31) will open a three-game series in Milwaukee on Tuesday. He struck out 10 over seven scoreless innings in his last start.
>>White Sox Moncada To DL
The Chicago White Sox placed rookie Yoan Moncada on the 10-day disabled list on Friday with a bone contusion of his right shin.
The 22-year-old is hitting .188 with three home runs and 11 RBIs in 30 games since being promoted to the major leagues last month.
Moncada missed two games last weekend with what was described as shin splints. He aggravated the injury Thursday night during a misstep on third base and left the game in the sixth inning.
"No one likes to be on the DL," he said through a translator. "You know what? I can't do anything about it. This is the best (move) for me. I have to rest."
To take Moncada's spot on the active roster, Matt Davidson (right wrist contusion) was activated from the 10-day DL. He is batting .238 with 22 homers and 51 RBIs in 88 games.
INF/OF Nicky Delmonico said his sprained right wrist is feeling better. He went on the 10-day DL Saturday.