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Arizona's Jackson no-hits Rays

| June 26, 2010 9:00 PM

INTERLEAGUE

Edwin Jackson threw a no-hitter, leading the Arizona Diamondbacks to a 1-0 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays on Friday night at St. Petersburg, Fla.

Jackson threw a whopping 149 pitches - a major league high - and walked eight.

White Sox 6, Cubs 0: Jake Peavy pitched seven strong innings, leading the White Sox past the visiting Cubs in a battle of Chicago teams.

Phillies 9, Blue Jays 0: Roy Halladay pitched seven scoreless innings and host Philadelphia beat Toronto.

Royals 4, Cardinals 2: Zack Greinke pitched eight-plus effective innings and host Kansas City beat St. Louis.

Giants 5, Red Sox 4: Juan Uribe homered, leading San Francisco past visiting Boston.

Astros 7, Rangers 4: At Arlington, Texas, Geoff Blum had the go-ahead RBI double and Houston beat Texas.

Athletics 14, Pirates 4: Coco Crisp was a homer short of the cycle and host Oakland beat Pittsburgh.

Orioles 7, Nationals 6: Jake Fox scored in the ninth on a throwing error by Cristian Guzman and host Baltimore beat Washington.

Reds 10, Indians 3: Drew Stubbs drove in four runs, leading host Cincinnait past Cleveland.

Mets 5, Twins 2: David Wright homered and drove in two runs to lead New York past visiting Minnesota.

Braves 3, Tigers 1: Billy Wagner earned his 400th career save and Atlanta beat visiting Detroit.

Rockies 4, Angels 3, 11 inn.: At Anaheim, Calif., Jonathan Herrera's RBI single in the 11th lifted Colorado past Los Angeles.

Yankees 2, Dodgers 1: Alex Rodriguez homered, leading New York at Los Angeles.

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Padres 3, Marlins 0: At Miami, Will Venable's two-run home run in lifted San Diego past Florida.

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