Washington 13, at Chicago 5: Willie Harris hit his first career grand slam and had a two-run homer as the Nationals rallied from a four-run deficit.
at St. Louis 18, Atlanta 3: The first five hitters were a combined 10 for 12 with seven walks and a sacrifice fly the first four times through the order.
at New York 3, Houston 0: The Mets beat a team with a record over .500 after winning nine of 10 against lowly Washington, Pittsburgh and Atlanta.
at Milwaukee 10, Pittsburgh 4: Mike Cameron’s two-run homer capped a six-run seventh, and the Brewers shook off a slow start for a come-from-behind victory.
Cincinnati 8, at Colorado 5: Aaron Harang pitched out of a bases-loaded jam to get his first win since beating Boston on June 13.
at San Francisco 5, San Diego 0: Tim Lincecum pitched eight innings to earn his 14th victory of the season and Travis Ishikawa hit a three-run homer.
Florida 5, at Arizona 4: Wes Helms tied the score with a sacrifice fly in the eighth inning and Cody Ross followed with a solo homer for the Marlins.
at Philadelphia 8, Dodgers 1: Greg Maddux remained stuck on 353 wins, one shy of tying Roger Clemens for eighth on the career list.