Milwaukee 6, Chi. Cubs 3
Wily Peralta may now be working out of the bullpen but he's still picking up victories for the Milwaukee Brewers.
Philadelphia 7, Pittsburgh 2
Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Jeremy Hellickson did not want to leave the game, but he already made his mark on the Pittsburgh Pirates on Friday.
Baltimore 5, Toronto 3
Welington Castillo came off the disabled list earlier this week and started hitting well right away, giving the Baltimore Orioles a lift on offense. He continued his hot streak on Friday night in series opener with the Toronto Blue Jays.
Colorado 12, Cincinnati 6
Bud Black managed Alexi Amarista for four seasons in San Diego and thought his versatility in the field was worth the Colorado Rockies signing the utility man to a free-agent contract in January.
NY Mets 3, LA Angels 0
The New York Mets' blueprint for success was on display Friday night. Finally.
Tampa Bay 5, NY Yankees 4
Tampa Bay Rays manager Kevin Cash said third baseman Evan Longoria needed Thursday off after the team's long road trip.
Texas 5, Detroit 3
The Texas Rangers brought some of their home magic with them to Detroit.
Atlanta 7, Washington 4
After leaving 11 runners on base and having another thrown out at the plate, the Atlanta Braves finally got to the shaky Washington Nationals' bullpen on Friday night.
Cleveland 5, Houston 3
Cleveland Indians right-hander Trevor Bauer again pitched effectively enough against an opponent he has tormented throughout his career.
Minnesota 4, Kansas City 3
Kennys Vargas hasn't had a ton of at bats so far this year for the Minnesota Twins. When Vargas does have a chance to play, he tries to make the most of it.
San Francisco 6, St. Louis 5
Poor pitching and a rash of injuries have put the San Francisco Giants in an early hole in the National League West.
Oakland 3, Boston 2
Oakland Athletics right fielder Mark Canha had already doubled and tripled off five-time American League All-Star Chris Sale when he stepped to the plate leading off the bottom of the 10th inning of a tie game against the Boston Red Sox on Friday night.
Chi. White Sox 2, Seattle 1
Another outstanding start led to another no-decision for Jose Quintana.
LA Dodgers 7, Miami 2
Miami Marlins manager Don Mattingly pointed fingers at his former employer, the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Dodgers pleaded innocence and believed the Marlins initiated a ninth-inning confrontation between the two clubs.
Arizona 10, San Diego 1
Jered Weaver is a three-time All-Star and a former American League Cy Young Award runner-up.