CHICAGO -- Manny Machado became the second player in major league history to homer in the first, second and third innings, driving in a career-high seven runs in a 10-2 rout of James Shields and the Chicago White Sox on Sunday.
Machado hit a two-run homer in the first and a three-run shot in the second off Shields, who allowed four homers while getting four outs.
Machado hit another two-run homer in the third off Matt Albers. According to STATS, the only other player to do that was Carl Reynolds of the White Sox on July 2, 1930, at the Yankees.
Chris Davis followed Machado's second homer with his own and J.J. Hardy added a two-run shot before Shields (5-14) left to boos. The Orioles have hit a major league-best 168 homers this season.
Dylan Bundy (5-3) stuck out a career-high nine in six innings in Baltimore's fifth win in seven games (see full recap).
Sano homers twice, Twins beat Rays 6-3
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Miguel Sano homered twice and drove in four runs as the Minnesota Twins took two of three in a series between the teams with the AL's worst records by beating the Tampa Bay Rays 6-3 on Sunday.
Sano put the Twins up 3-1 on a three-run shot off Matt Andriese in the third and added a solo drive during the ninth against Ryan Garton. He also became the first player to hit a ball off the roof at Tropicana Field, which opened in 1998, in the first when his pop fly hit 210 feet above the playing surface before being caught by third baseman Evan Longoria.
Kyle Gibson (4-6) gave up two runs, six hits and walked four over five innings. Brandon Kintzler, the Twins fourth reliever, pitched the ninth for his ninth save.
Nick Franklin and Longoria homered for the Rays. Longoria has seven homers in seven games against Minnesota this season.
Andriese (6-3) allowed three runs and six hits in 4 2/3 innings (see full recap).
Foltynewicz leads way, Braves top Cardinals
ST. LOUIS -- Mike Foltynewicz worked six strong innings, Nick Markakis and Erick Aybar had two RBIs apiece and the Atlanta Braves kept the St. Louis Cardinals down at home with a 6-3 victory on Sunday.
Matt Kemp added two hits and an RBI to help the Braves take two of three, outscoring the Cardinals 19-8 the last two games. Atlanta has the worst record in the majors at 41-70, but has won seven of its last 11 overall.
Adam Wainwright (9-6) had a rare off-day against Atlanta, surrendering three runs in the first and second. He entered 8-2 with a 2.95 ERA against the Braves, who drafted him in the first round in 2000 and traded him to St. Louis in 2003 in a deal for J.D. Drew.
The Cardinals are just 26-32 at home after going 55-26 last season, but have been good on the road at 32-21.
Foltynewicz (5-5) gave up a run and six hits. Jim Johnson earned his eighth save in 11 chances (see full recap).