Arizona’s Carson Kelly is greeted by third-base coach Tony Perezchica after hitting a two-run home run in the 10th inning Thursday against the Cincinnati Reds. Jeff Dean/Associated Press

CINCINNATI — David Peralta hit a three-run triple in a six-run 10th inning to finish with five hits and a career-best seven RBI, and the Arizona Diamondbacks overcame six Cincinnati home runs to beat the Reds 14-11 Thursday.

Carson Kelly followed Peralta with a two-run homer as the Diamondbacks opened a 14-8 lead. Arizona hung on in the bottom half to complete a three-game sweep that extended its winning streak to four.

The Reds lost their fourth straight.

Cincinnati’s Jesse Winker had his third career two-homer game, Nick Castellanos hit his sixth home run of the season as he returned from a two-game suspension, and Eugenio Suarez, Joey Votto and Jonathan India also went deep.


YANKEES 6, INDIANS 3: Rougned Odor’s two-out, two-run single broke a seventh-inning tie and sent New York to a win at Cleveland in the opener of a four-game series.

Odor was batting just .107 and was in a 3-for-28 slide when he came up against Nick Wittgren (0-1). He slapped his single through the middle to score Aaron Judge and Gleyber Torres, breaking a 3-3 tie as the Yankees got just their second win in eight games.

Kyle Higashioka homered in the eighth for New York, which entered with its worst record to open a season since 1991, when Brunswick’s Stump Merrill managed and Don Mattingly manned first base.


PIRATES 4, TIGERS 2: Phillip Evans kept Akil Baddoo’s drive to left field in the park in the seventh inning to help Pittsburgh escape a jam, and the visiting Pirates scored twice in the eighth to beat Detroit.

Colin Moran and Erik González hit RBI singles with two outs in the eighth.

With the score tied at 2, Baddoo nearly put the Tigers ahead, but Evans reached above the fence in left, and the ball bounced off his glove and back into the field of play. Baddoo wound up with a double and was stranded at third.

Adam Frazier had three hits for the Pirates, including a one-out single off José Cisnero (0-1) in the eighth. Frazier advanced on a wild pitch and scored on Moran’s single off Gregory Soto.

Richard Rodríguez pitched a perfect ninth for his third save, sending the Tigers to their sixth loss in seven games.

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