BALTIMORE -- Mark Trumbo and Matt Wieters hit solo homers in the seventh inning to back a sparkling pitching performance by Mike Wright, and Baltimore Orioles beat Kansas City 4-1 Monday night to extend the Royals' losing streak to five games.
Manny Machado also homered for the Orioles, who have won five of six -- all in come-from-behind fashion.
Wright and Kansas City left-hander Danny Duffy were locked in a scoreless duel until the Royals pushed across an unearned run in the seventh.
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Trumbo led off the bottom half with his 19th home run, and Wieters connected with one out to chase Duffy (1-1). Adam Jones capped the uprising with an RBI double (see full recap).
Fulmer, Tigers dismantle Blue Jays
DETROIT -- Michael Fulmer allowed two hits over six innings in another outstanding performance, and Justin Upton and James McCann homered to lift the Detroit Tigers to an 11-0 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays on Monday night.
Fulmer (6-1) struck out five and walked three in his third straight start without allowing a run. Detroit has won four in a row.
Detroit acquired Fulmer last year in the trade that sent Yoenis Cespedes to the New York Mets. The rookie right-hander has won four straight starts, allowing only one run over that span.
J.A. Happ (6-3) allowed six runs and six hits in five innings. McCann's three-run homer opened the scoring in the second, and Upton added a two-run shot in the third (see full recap).
Beltran's go-ahead homer lifts Yankees to win
NEW YORK -- Carlos Beltran hit a three-run homer in the eighth inning, Aroldis Chapman quickly returned to form and the New York Yankees rallied past the Los Angeles Angels 5-2 Monday night.
The Yankees returned from a 4-6 road trip by beating the Angels for the sixth straight time at home.
Beltran was the first batter Jose Alvarez faced after relieving starter Matt Shoemaker. Two-out singles by Jacoby Ellsbury and Brett Gardner prompted the Angels to go to their bullpen, and Beltran struck for his 14th homer.
Andrew Miller (3-0) struck out Kole Calhoun, Mike Trout and Albert Pujols in order in the eighth. Chapman, who blew a save chance for the first time this season Sunday in Baltimore, pitched a perfect ninth for his 10th save (see full recap).