NEW YORK -- Alex Rodriguez, Rafael Palmeiro and Ivan Rodriguez homered as the Texas Rangers ended the New York Yankees' eight-game winning streak, 6-2 Tuesday night.
The Rangers have won eight of nine to finish July 17-10, their first winning month since May last year.
Angels 4, Red Sox 3
BOSTON -- After Doug Mirabelli's seventh-inning homer off Ramon Ortiz (9-7) tied the score at 2, Troy Glaus hit a two-run homer in the eighth off Rich Garces (3-1).
Athletics 11, Indians 2
CLEVELAND -- Eric Chavez hit a three-run homer during Oakland's eight-run third inning as the Athletics improved to 13-6 since the All-Star break, completing a 19-8 month.
Cory Lidle (5-5) allowed two runs and six hits in a career-high eight innings, matching his best with seven strikeouts.
Blue Jays 3, Twins 1
TORONTO -- Brian Buchanan, playing right field following the trade of Matt Lawton to the New York Mets, dropped a fly ball that let Brad Fullmer circle the bases with the go-ahead run.
With the score 1-all in the seventh, Fullmer hit a fly ball to shallow right field off Joe Mays (12-8), and it kicked off the glove of Buchanan and rolled to first baseman Doug Mientkiewicz. His throw to second sailed into left as Fullmer scored.
Tigers 4, Mariners 2
DETROIT -- Jose Lima (3-2) allowed two runs and six hits in eight innings as Detroit won its third straight game and stopped Seattle's four-game winning streak.
Devil Rays 5, Orioles 4
BALTIMORE -- Ben Grieve had two hits and two RBIs, helping overcome a two-run single by Cal Ripken, who extended his hitting streak to 11 and with 3,143 hits moved past Robin Yount into 15th place. Chris Richard and Jerry Hairston homered for Baltimore, which went 6-21 in July.
Royals 2, White Sox 1
CHICAGO -- Brent Mayne's RBI single with two outs in the 10th inning gave Kansas City the win.
Paul Byrd (3-4) allowed five hits and no walks in nine innings, and Mike Sweeney homered for the Royals, who had lost 18 of 25.
Keith Foulke (3-6) gave up a one-out walk to Joe Randa and a two-out single to Mark Quinn in the 10th. Mayne then hit Foulke's next pitch to left to score pinch-runner Donnie Sadler from second.
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