Kyle Davies outpitched Kerry Wood, and Adam LaRoche homered twice to lead the Braves over the Chicago Cubs, 4-0, last night in Atlanta.
Davies (4-2) pitched four-hit ball into the seventh inning. He walked four but held an opponent scoreless for the fourth time in nine major league starts, lowering his ERA to 4.05.
LaRoche's two-run shot off Wood (1-2) highlighted Atlanta's three-run first inning. He added his 11th homer in the eighth inning for his second career two-homer game.
Making his second start since coming off the disabled list, Wood gave up six hits and three runs in five innings.
Brewers 3, Marlins 2 -- Ben Sheets struck out 10 in his first win in six starts, and Milwaukee scored the go-ahead run in the ninth on catcher Paul Lo Duca's error in a victory in Miami.
Milwaukee's Chad Moeller scored from third on a groundout when Lo Duca couldn't hold on to the throw from shortstop Alex González. Sheets (4-6) allowed four hits and two runs in eight-plus innings for his first win since June 18 at Toronto.
Dodgers 4, Rockies 3 -- Rookie Oscar Robles capped his five-hit night with a go-ahead RBI single in the 11th inning, lifting visiting Los Angeles over Colorado.
Colorado starter Byung Hyun Kim allowed no runs and five hits over six innings to lower his ERA to 4.29 as a starter this season, which is lower than everyone in the Colorado rotation besides Shawn Chacon.
Reds 11, Giants 10 -- Jason LaRue hit a tiebreaking three-run double and finished with a career-high six RBIs, and Ken Griffey Jr. homered, leading visiting Cincinnati over San Francisco.
Astros 4, Padres 1 -- Roy Oswalt (11-7) threw his third complete game of the season and Craig Biggio hit a three-run homer to help host Houston edge San Diego for its eighth win in 11 games.
Cardinals 10, Diamondbacks 3 -- Matt Morris earned his 10th win and Scott Rolen hit a two-run double to power visiting St. Louis.
Phillies 12, Pirates 1 -- Bobby Abreu hit a grand slam and drove in five runs as visiting Philadelphia routed Pittsburgh.
Mets 5, Nationals 2 -- Demoted from leadoff to seventh, José Reyes had two hits and scored the tying and go-ahead runs, helping New York past Washington.