NEW YORK — Aaron Judge hit two more home runs after destroying a flat-screen television with a long drive during batting practice, and Brett Gardner also went deep twice to power the New York Yankees past the Toronto Blue Jays 11-5 on Tuesday night.

Injury substitute Aaron Hicks added a two-run shot, and Masahiro Tanaka (4-1) pitched into the seventh inning to win his fourth straight start.

Matt Holliday had three hits, including an early RBI double, as the Yankees jumped to a 7-0 lead against Mat Latos and won for the 15th time in 20 games.

Steve Pearce went 4 for 4 with his first two homers for the Blue Jays, who had won a season-best three in a row. Latos (0-1) was ineffective in his third start for Toronto, allowing four homers and 10 hits in four innings.

TIGERS 5, INDIANS 2: Miguel Cabrera hit his 450th homer in his first game off the disabled list and Detroit won at home.

Cabrera missed the minimum of 10 days with a strained right groin. On a cold, damp night, he left the game for a defensive replacement after seven innings.

Corey Kluber (3-2) was removed with discomfort in his lower back.

TWINS 9, ATHLETICS 1: Ervin Santana struck out seven in six shutout innings and Brian Dozier hit two of Minnesota’s six home runs to lead the Twins over visiting Oakland.

WHITE SOX 6, ROYALS 0: Jose Quintana gave up four singles over eight innings and Chicago shut out host Kansas City.

Quintana (2-4) walked two, struck out seven and allowed only one runner to reach second base.


PIRATES 12, REDS 3: Josh Harrison hit a three-run homer – his third in two games – and right-hander Tyler Glasnow singled home two runs during a six-run rally as Pittsburgh won at Cincinnati.

BRAVES 9, METS 7: Ender Inciarte drove in three runs with three hits, R.A. Dickey’s floaters were more effective than Matt Harvey’s fastballs for the second time in a week and Atlanta Braves won at home.

New York’s Jay Bruce drove in six runs with two homers, including a grand slam off Matt Wisler in the ninth.

DIAMONDBACKS 6, NATIONALS 3: Jake Lamb and Chris Herrmann homered off Tanner Roark, and Arizona bounced back from an early deficit to beat host Washington.

Erratic starter Taijuan Walker and four relievers combined to blank the potent Washington offense over the final six innings after the Nationals bolted to a 3-1 lead.

Two days after scoring 23 runs against the Mets to cap a record-setting month, Washington went 2 for 12 with runners in scoring position and stranded 10.

Lamb and Herrmann connected in the fourth inning to put Arizona up 4-3, and Jeremy Hazelbaker added a solo shot in the ninth.


RAYS 3, MARLINS 1: Edinson Volquez struck out nine but allowed a career-high eight walks as Tampa Bay won at Miami.

Logan Morrison hit his sixth home run and was one of only five batters to put the ball in play against Volquez (0-4).