Each day, MLB.com selects one player from each game whose performance stands out:
Nathan Eovaldi | Dodgers 4, D-backs 1
Eovaldi allowed one run on five hits in six innings to earn his first victory since beating the D-backs last August in his Major League debut.
Fielder's three-run homer gave the Tigers the lead for good as Detroit scored five times in the eighth to split the four-game series.
Highlights » Bryce Harper | Nationals 6, Giants 5
Harper notched two RBI hits to help the Nats rally, including a game-tying single in the ninth.
Highlights » Eric Hosmer | Royals 9, Blue Jays 6
Hosmer collected a pair of hits and finished with three RBIs, including a two-run single in the eighth that helped the Royals hang on for a series split.
Karstens tossed eight shutout innings on his way to helping the Pirates finish off a sweep of the Astros.
Highlights » Carlos Lee | Marlins 4, Brewers 0
Lee went 2-for-4 with a double and scored a run during his debut with the Marlins.
Highlights » Lance Lynn | Cardinals 6, Rockies 2
Lynn earned his 11th win of the season after throwing six shutout innings and fanning seven.
Highlights » Mike Minor | Braves 7, Cubs 3
Minor didn't allow a hit until the fifth, yielding three overall -- with two earned runs -- while fanning six over 6 1/3 for the win.
Highlights » Kendrys Morales | Angels 9, Orioles 7
Morales went 3-for-4 with three RBIs as the Angels came back from four runs down in Anaheim.
Highlights » Jose Quintana | White Sox 2, Rangers 1
Backed by Kevin Youkilis' go-ahead homer in the sixth, Quintana worked eight innings of one-run ball to help the White Sox complete a sweep of the Rangers.
Highlights » Josh Tomlin | Indians 3, Rays 1
Tomlin yielded just two hits and one run over seven stellar innings to help the Tribe win for the sixth time in eight games.
Highlights » Edinson Volquez | Padres 2, Reds 1
Facing the Reds for the first time since being traded to San Diego last December, Volquez established season highs by going seven innings and striking out 10, while allowing one run and throwing 127 pitches.
Highlights » David Wright | Mets 6, Phillies 5
Wright drove in four -- two on a home run -- with his walk-off bloop single capping the Mets' comeback against Jonathan Papelbon to shock the Phillies in the ninth.
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