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Wade LeBlanc Padres (mlb)

The San Diego Padres tied a team record with seven straight singles during a five-run fifth inning, including Wade LeBlanc’s career-high third hit of the night in beating Milwaukee, 9-0.

The National League West-leading Padres won their seventh straight home game and for the 11th time in 13 games overall.

San Diego collected 13 hits and all of them were singles.

Wade LeBlanc (2-0) struck out six, walked none and surrendered 8 hits in 6 1-3 innings.

David Freese Cardinals (mlb)

Rookie David Freese homered, doubled and drove home six runs as the Cardinals sent Atlanta reeling to their ninth loss in a row.

Atlanta wrapped up an 0-7 road trip, their first winless swing of seven or more games since September 1949 when the franchise was located in Boston and went 0-8 in Philadelphia and Brooklyn.

Adam Wainwright (4-1) worked six strong innings for St. Louis as the Cardinals completed a four-game sweep.

John Buck Toronto (mlb)

Toronto catcher John Buck became the first catcher to hit three home runs in six years as the Blue Jays beat Oakland 6-3.

Buck led off the third inning with a drive off right-hander Justin Duchscherer into the left field bullpen. His next two homers came off left-handed pitchers. He belted a three-run bomb off of Jerry Blevins with a three-run homer into the second deck in left field in the fourth and then connected off of Craig Breslow for a solo  shot in the sixth inning, off the facing of the centerfield restaurant.

Paul Konerko White Sox (mlb)

Paul Konerko belted two homers and the White Sox avoided a three-game sweep by beating Texas in Arlington, 7-5.

Konerko leads the majors with 10 home runs after hitting a solo drive in the eighth and a two-run bomb in the ninth.

At 17-5. the Tampa Bay Rays are off to the best start in the majors after 22 games since 2003 when San Francisco and the New York Yankees opened 18-4 and the Royals were 17-5.

Tampa Bay has won 14 of 16, outscoring opponents 117-44 during this stretch.

Matt Garza Rays (Fresno State photo)

The Rays beat Kansas City 11-1 last night behind pitcher Matt Garza (4-1) scattering five hits, walked two and struck out nine. Usually Garza struggles against Kansas City. He is now 1-4 lifetime.

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