■B.J. Upton walked to become the Rays’ career leader with 375. Carlos Pena held the record with 373.
■The Orioles need to go 5-11 the rest of the way to avoid the third 100-loss season since the team moved from St. Louis in 1954.
■ The Nationals’ Davey Johnson made his first appearance as a manager at Citi Field. The skipper of the World Series champion 1986 Mets, when they played at Shea Stadium, was inducted into the Mets Hall of Fame in August.
■The Reds’ Juan Francisco’s homer in the second inning went 502 feet, the second-longest blast at Great American Ball Park and trails only Adam Dunn’s 535-foot shot in 2004.
■Houston’s Brett Myers has allowed three earned runs in his last 22 2/3 innings.
■The Tigers have their first 10-game win streak since winning 11 in a row in September 1968.