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Puerto Rican starter Jorge Lopez worked five innings, backed up on two home runs and led the Baltimore Orioles to beat the Cleveland Indians 18-5.
The Orioles scored their most runs since 2015 and had 21 hits.
En route to victory, Lopez (2-6) allowed four hits, a home run and three runs, gave away three bases and struck out two batters.
The Puerto Rican made 74 pitches, 41 on strike, against 21 enemies and left his average ERA at 5.30.
On drums, Mexican second baseman Ramón Urías (2) bounced the ball off the field in the eighth inning, with no runners in the way.
-Dodgers fall in pitching duel
Starter Max Fried pitched six innings and Venezuelan ranger Ender Inciarte drove in a pair of touchdowns for the Atlanta Braves who beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 4-2, for whom first baseman Albert Pujols hit his 671st home run.
Fried (3-3) allowed six hits, one run and retired four batters via strikeout en route to claiming the win.
While Inciarte traveled three times to the batter’s cage, he hit a one-run RBI single and added a sacrifice fly, finishing with two RBIs.
For the Dodgers, Pujols (9) hit his fourth home run for the Dodgers in the ninth inning, with no teammates ahead as he found pitches from closer Will Smith.