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Aaron Judge celebrates after hitting a two-run home run in the first inning of the Yankees’ 8-1 win over the Blue Jays on Sunday in Toronto. Frank Gunn/The Canadian Press via AP

TORONTO — Aaron Judge hit his major league-leading 31st home run, Gerrit Cole pitched five innings for his first win of the season and the New York Yankees beat the Toronto Blue Jays 8-1 on Sunday to split their four-game series.

Juan Soto was a late addition to New York’s lineup after sitting out Saturday’s loss because of a bruised right hand. The three-time All-Star and 2020 NL batting champion went 1 for 3 with an RBI and two walks.

DJ LeMahieu and Trent Grisham each had two hits and two RBIs for the Yankees. Ben Rice scored twice and drove in a run.

GIANTS 10, DODGERS 4: Matt Chapman homered and drove in three runs, and San Francisco hit a season-high 10 doubles to rout Los Angeles  in front of a sellout crowd of 40,428 at Oracle Park in San Francisco.

Every starter had a hit for the Giants, and San Francisco finished with a season-high 11 extra-base hits to take the rubber game for its first series win at home against the rival Dodgers since June 2022.

Los Angeles starter James Paxton (7-2) allowed a career-high nine earned runs and 12 hits in four innings, losing for the first time in four career starts against the Giants.

PIRATES 4, BRAVES 2: Oneil Cruz and Rowdy Tellez each hit a two-run homer in the fifth inning, and Pittsburgh won in Atlanta to avoid a three-game sweep.

Bryan Reynolds’ 25-game hitting streak ended with two strikeouts and two groundouts in his four at-bats. It was the longest streak in the majors this season and the Pirates’ longest since Kenny Lofton’s 26-game streak in 2003.

BREWERS 7, CUBS 1: Brice Turang hit Milwaukee’s fifth grand slam in its last eight games as part of a seven-run fourth inning, and the Brewers rolled won at home.

Freddy Peralta (6-4) and Jakob Junis combined on a two-hitter to help the NL Central-leading Brewers win their ninth straight home series. Milwaukee hasn’t dropped a series at American Family Field since the New York Yankees took two of three from April 26-28.

RAYS 5, NATIONALS 0: Taj Bradley tied a career high with 11 strikeouts, Isaac Paredes homered and Tampa Bay beat Washington in St. Petersburg, Florida.

Bradley (3-4) allowed three hits and walked two over 5 2/3 innings in his fifth consecutive strong start. The right-hander has allowed four earned runs in 29 innings over the stretch.

PHILLIES 7, MARLINS 6: Alec Bohm homered, Trea Turner hit a go-ahead, two-run single in the seventh inning and Philadelphia to win at home.

Nick Castellanos doubled, had two singles and drove in three runs for the Phillies, who upped their MLB-best record to 55-29. Philadelphia played its third straight game without injured All-Star Bryce Harper.

ASTROS 10, METS 5: Houston moved over .500 for the first time this season, beating the Mets in New York for its ninth win in 10 games as Jake Myers hit a tiebreaking single in a five-run 11th inning.

ROYALS 6, GUARDIANS 2: Seth Lugo struck out 10 in six shutout innings to earn his major league-high 11th win, and Salvador Perez hit a two-run homer as  Kansas City s beat visiting Cleveland.

Bobby Witt Jr. had a run-scoring triple among his three hits for the Royals, who took three of four from the AL Central leaders. Vinnie Pasquantino also had three hits and an RBI.

TIGERS 7, ANGELS 6: Justyn-Henry Malloy hit an inside-the-park homer in the fourth inning, Carson Kelly added a three-run homer and th Detroit snapped their four-game losing streak with a victory over Los Angeles in Anaheim, California.

TWINS 5, MARINERS 3: Trevor Larnach hit a tiebreaking two-run homer in the eighth inning to extend Minnesota’s home run streak to 19 games and lift the Twins to a win in Seattle.

Minnesota set a franchise record for consecutive games with a longball, but it took until the late innings. Larnach drove an 0-1 pitch from reliever Ryne Stanek (5-2) to right-center field for his eighth home run.

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