Each day, MLB.com selects one player from each game whose performance stands out:
Ronny Cedeno | Mets 9, Giants 1
Cedeno tallied three hits, including two two-run doubles, and tied a career-high with five RBIs.
Moving into a tie for the Major League lead with his 14th victory, Cueto struck out nine over 7 1/3 effective innings as the first-place Reds won the series.
Highlights » Samuel Deduno | Twins 5, Red Sox 0
Deduno shut out the Red Sox on two hits over six innings to earn the win.
Heyward singled and scored in both of Atlanta's big innings, and he robbed the Marlins of a hit with a sliding grab.
Highlights » Eric Hosmer | Royals 7, Indians 6 (11)
Hosmer belted a three-run homer in a six-run first and scored the winning run on Alcides Escobar's walk-off single in the 11th to help the Royals sweep the Tribe.
Highlights » Ian Kinsler | Rangers 15, Angels 9
Kinsler led off with a homer and finished with three of the Rangers' 18 hits -- falling a triple shy of the cycle -- while driving in two and scoring four times.
Highlights » Adam LaRoche | Nationals 3, Phillies 0
LaRoche's two RBIs helped back seven shutout innings from Ross Detwiler as the Nationals took the series finale in D.C.
Highlights » Josh Reddick | A's 4, Blue Jays 1
Reddick's 23rd home run backed eight scoreless innings from Bartolo Colon as the A's got back in the win column.
Highlights » Josh Rutledge | Rockies 8, Cardinals 2
Rutledge became the first Rockies rookie to homer in four consecutive games with a two-run shot in the seventh that helped Colorado pull away for good.
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