CINCINNATI — Joey Votto singled with the bases loaded during the latest big inning off CC Sabathia on Tuesday night, and the Cincinnati Reds held on for a 5-3 victory that ended the New York Yankees’ winning streak at six games.

Sabathia (2-2) struggled for the fourth consecutive start, unable to get his fastball in the right spots until Cincinnati was in control. The Reds piled up six singles – most of them grounders through the infield – while scoring five runs in the second inning.

Votto and Billy Hamilton had two-run singles during the 10-batter rally. Manager Joe Girardi had Chad Green warming in the bullpen as the inning compounded. Overall, Sabathia gave up seven hits and five runs in six innings.

ORIOLES 5, NATIONALS 4: Mark Trumbo singled in the tie-breaking run in the 12th inning, and host Baltimore extended its season-best winning streak to six games.

RANGERS 11, PADRES 0: A.J. Griffin dominated host San Diego with a four-hitter for his second career shutout, and Joey Gallo and Ryan Rua homered off Jered Weaver for Texas.

ASTROS 8, BRAVES 3: Carlos Correa and Carlos Beltran hit consecutive homers off Bartolo Colon during a five-run first inning and Houston won at home.

MARINERS 10, PHILLIES 9: Taylor Motter had the go-ahead RBI double in the ninth inning, Ben Gamel had four hits and Seattle overcame a four-run deficit to win at Philadelphia.

Gamel went 4 for 5 with a three-run home run, two singles, a double and scored three runs. The right fielder threw out the potential go-ahead run at home in the eighth.

Robinson Cano, who left the game with a quadriceps injury, also homered for the Mariners.


ROCKIES 10, CUBS 4: Ryan Hanigan hit a two-out, bases-clearing single as part of a six-run third inning, Mark Reynolds homered for a fourth straight game and Colorado beat visiting Chicago in a day-night doubleheader opener.

Reynolds also added two RBI singles as every player in the starting lineup, including pitcher Antonio Senzatela, had a hit for the NL West-leading Rockies. Reynolds is batting .533 through four games on this 10-game homestand.

METS 6, GIANTS 1: Zack Wheeler pitched two-hit ball against the team that traded him, Michael Conforto homered and New York scored four times in the first inning to win at home.

CARDINALS 6, MARLINS 5: Pinch-hitter Dexter Fowler singled home the tie-breaking run with one out in the ninth inning, and visiting St. Louis rallied from a late four-run deficit for its fifth consecutive victory.


INDIANS 6, BLUE JAYS 0: Carlos Carrasco and two relievers combined on a four-hitter, Yan Gomes hit a three-run homer and Cleveland won at Toronto.

Lonnie Chisenhall reached base three times for the Indians, who scored more than three runs for the first time since a 12-4 win over Seattle on April 30.

Carrasco (4-2) pitched seven innings to remain unbeaten on the road. The right-hander is 4-0 with a 1.35 ERA in four road starts this season.

Making his 150th appearance, Carrasco allowed three hits, all singles. He walked none and struck out seven, one shy of his season high.

Andrew Miller worked the eighth and Nick Goody finished up.