Baseball notables

 With 175 strikeouts, Matt Moore set the Rays’ rookie record. Scott Kazmir held the previous mark with 174, in 2005.

 Justin Verlander of the Tigers was removed in the middle of an inning for only the fourth time in 33 starts this season.

 White Sox ace Chris Sale, going for his 18th win, lasted a season-low 3 innings against Tampa Bay. On May 28, he struck out 15 Rays in a 2-1 victory.

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 The Blue Jays’ Ricky Romero saw his ERA rise to 5.77, highest among qualified AL starters. He has also issued an AL-high 105 walks.

 Mariners lefthander Jason Vargas has allowed only 10 runs in six starts against Oakland this season.

 Chase Headley became the 12th player in Padres history to reach 30 homers in a season.

 Brave Martin Prado had his 60th multihit game, most in the NL.

 The Mets’ David Wright was hit in the groin by a pitch from Braves closer Craig Kimbrel in the ninth inning. ‘‘I'm lucky that he hit me with a slider,’’ Wright said with a smile. ‘‘A fastball would've been a different story, obviously.’’ The ball ricocheted off Wright and hit plate umpire Paul Nauert in the mask.

 Phillies shortstop Jimmy Rollins reached 100 runs for the sixth time.

 Corey Hart of the Brewers reached 30 home runs for the second time in his career. His personal high is 31, set in 2010.

 The Braves’ Mike Minor is 4-0 with a 0.87 ERA over his last four starts.

 The Athletics picked up their 14th walkoff victory, most in the majors.

 The Rockies’ 96th defeat set a franchise record.

 The Pirates topped 2 million in attendance for only the fourth time in franchise history.