Berrios shines on mound as Twins beat Orioles 4-3 for sweep

The House that Ripken built.- Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

The House that Ripken built.- Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

Twins DH Miguel Sano, generously listed at 262 pounds in the media guide, finished a jaunt from first to home on Kepler's double with a not-so-graceful slide.

Anthony Rizzo crushed a pair of solo homers and Kyle Hendricks limited the Giants to two runs over seven innings of the Cubs' 5-4 win at Wrigley Field. Chatwood tossed one-hit ball with eight strikeouts over seven innings as Colorado improved to 31-17. Eduardo Escobar also drove in three runs, which came on a sacrifice fly in the fifth and a two-run double in the sixth that gave the Twins an 11-6 lead.

They set a season-high in runs with 14 and hits with 21. The right-handed largely handled Baltimore's potent lineup, but did allow three solo home runs including two in the seventh.

Albert Pujols hit his 597th career home run, a two run shot in the first for the Angels. But he fared better this time, giving up two runs on just six hits in seven innings Tuesday against the Twins. Berrios yielded just four hits in all - the other one a single - while striking out seven batters and walking just two.

A 16-game victor in 2016, Tillman received his second straight no-decision on Friday despite recording his first quality start of the season. Nine of the Orioles' 10 losses over their past 13 games have been decided by two runs or fewer, but they dropped three games to the Twins this week by a combined score of 20-10.

Iglesias, who scored three runs, doubled to lead off the eighth. It started with a Trey Mancini RBI double followed up by a JJ Hardy RBI single, and ended with a 3-run home-run by Adam Jones.

RHP Dylan Bundy gave up a season-high six runs in his last start, a loss to the Tigers on Thursday. Minnesota scored four runs against Tillman in the first two innings.

NEW YORK - Chris Carter made a run-saving defensive play in the top of the seventh and hit a solo home run in the bottom of the inning as New York beat Kansas City. The Rangers lost for the second time in three games but only the second time in their past 13. It was Bonifacio's sixth home run and second in as many nights.

1B Joe Mauer extended his hitting streak to nine games with a bunt single that helped spark the Twins' four-run fifth inning. The two hit the over, which they have done in three of their last four meetings.

The Angels won a battle of.500 teams, with their bullpen holding up better than that of Tampa Bay, which couldn't maintain an early lead for starter Jake Odorizzi in the opener of a four-game series. Dozier's leadoff single, Jorge Polanco's double and a one-out walk for Kepler loaded the bases for the lefty-swinging Vargas.

It was his 125th home run at Camden Yards, moving Jones out of a tie with Rafael Palmeiro for the most in the history of the 26-year-old ballpark.

ODDS AND ENDS: Outfielder Michael Bourn, who exercised the opt-out clause in his contract, was released by the Orioles.

The Mets have reinstated catcher Travis d'Arnaud from the disabled list and placed pitcher Tommy Milone on the 10-day DL with a sprained left knee.

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