ST. LOUIS (AP) — Khris Davis overcame striking out four times earlier in the game to come through with a run-scoring triple in the 12th inning and lead the Milwaukee Brewers to a 5-3 win over the St. Louis Cardinals on Monday.
Davis drove in Jonathan Lucroy, who doubled off Seth Maness (0-2) to start the inning. Mark Reynolds then drove in Davis with a sacrifice fly. Davis, who finished 1 for 6, struck out in the second, fifth, sixth and 10th innings.
Zach Duke (2-0) picked up the win with two innings of scoreless relief, and Francisco Rodriguez recorded his 12th save in as many opportunities by getting Jhonny Peralta to fly out with two on to end the game.
Milwaukee, which leads the majors with 19 wins, has won four of five and eight of 10.
Allen Craig and Matt Holliday homered for St. Louis, which has lost four of six.
ROCKIES 8, DIAMONDBACKS 5
PHOENIX (AP) — Troy Tulowitzki homered, had two doubles and drove in three runs to lead the big-hitting Colorado Rockies to a5 win over the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Baseball’s best offensive team so far this season, the Rockies roughed up Wade Miley (2-3) for seven extra-base hits in the first six innings, including a pair of homers.
Tulowitzki led off the sixth with his sixth homer and Justin Morneau added a two-run shot later in the inning to extend his hitting streak to 12 games. Nolan Arenado had one of Colorado’s six doubles to stretch his hitting streak to a baseball-best 18 games and the Rockies had 12 hits overall.
Franklin Morales (3-1) allowed four runs in five innings and LaTroy Hawkins worked a perfect ninth for his eighth straight save.
Gerardo Parra homered for Arizona.
PADRES 6, GIANTS 4
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Rene Rivera hit a go-ahead three-run homer in the fifth inning to follow his two-run double for a career-high five RBIs, single-handedly backing Tyson Ross in the San Diego Padres’ victory against the San Francisco Giants.
Ross (3-3) did just enough over 5 1-3 innings to beat the Giants for the second time in 11 days, allowing eight hits and four runs with four strikeouts and two walks.
Rivera hadn’t driven in a run all season before Monday, and the five RBIs were most by a Padres player at 15-year-old AT&T Park. Brandon Hicks homered for the second straight day, following his walkoff a day earlier against Cleveland with a leadoff shot in the fifth.
Giants starter Madison Bumgarner (2-3) walked a season-high four in the loss.
First base umpire Angel Hernandez had two calls overturned by replay.