Five Players Throwed Out, Rockies Top Padres
After Colorado's Nolan Arenado blew up the hill when a quick-ball from Luis Perdomo sailed behind him and unleashed a hot brawl that triggered five casualties, came the host Rockies runs with five-thirds inning and went on Wednesday afternoon to a 6-4 win over San Diego.
Perdomo threw his glove on the rushing Arenado and missed. Arenado then threw a few blows on the opposing Perdomo, but landed nothing.
Arenado, Rockies starter German Marquez and Colorado outfielder Gerardo Parra were teamed with Perdomo and Padres Catcher A.J. Ellis.
D & # 7; Back 7, Giants 3 • Paul Goldschmidt and John Ryan Murphy hit Homer Runs and Arizona won in San Francisco.
Mets 4, Marlins 1
Braves 5, Nationals 3 • Peter Bourjos drove in two runs with a bases-loaded single in the 12th and Atlantas Bullpen finally made a head start on a victory in Washington.  Phillies 4, Reds 3 • Scott Kingery hit a gambling sacrifice fly in the 12th and Philadelphia beat Cincinnati for three games.
Cubs 13, Pirates 5 • Javier Baez homered twice for the second straight day and scored the front row on a daring shot around the bases, helping the Chicago Pound visit Pittsburgh.
Twins 9, Astros 8 • Max Kepler struck his second home run of the game and joined for a solo ride with two outs in the bottom of ninth as Minnesota bounced back after blowing an 8 – 8 – lead.
Mariners 4, Royals 2 • Kyle Seager hit a go-ahead homer in the eighth with two outs and visited Seattle against Kansas City
White Sox 2, Rays 1 • Matt Davidson's two-run homer Austin Pruitt in the eighth helped Chicago Rally for his first home win of the season.
Indians 5, Tiger 1 • Detroit starter Jordan Zimmerman bruised the right side of his jaw as he struck through a face in the face Jason Kipnis of Cleveland scored twice in the home victory of the Indians
Angels 7, Rangers 2 • Shohei Ohtani had an RBI single in the second round, which brought the host Los Angeles to stay against Texas. Rangers shortstop Elvis Andrus went down after being hit by a slope on his right arm in the ninth.
Orioles 5, Jays 3 • Jonathan Schoop drove in two runs, beating Kevin Gausman to strike six effective innings and hosts Baltimore Toronto to avoid a three
Yankees 10, Red Sox 7 • Gary Sanchez hit two homers and drove in four, led New York to a win in Boston. The contest included a seventh-ranked brawl after Tyler Austin rammed the Yankees hill after being hit by Joe Kelly, a Boston helper.