Texas scored four runs in the bottom of the ninth inning to secure a 13-12 walk-off win as Colorado Rockies closer Wade Davis walked four batters and allowed two hits in less than an inning.
The Rangers entered the inning trailing 12-9 with Davis walking the first two batters of the frame before recording his only out.
Rougned Odor registered a single to load the bases and Davis followed with two more walks to force in a pair of runs.
Jose Trevino provided Texas with the victory one batter later when he tallied a two-RBI single.
Rangers shortstop Jurickson Profar finished the game with four RBIs while outfielder Nomar Mazara drove in three.
The win moved the Rangers to 29-44 this year while the Rockies fell to 34-37.
GRICHUK GOES GREAT FOR JAYS
Randal Grichuk went three for three with four RBIs and two runs scored in the Blue Jays' 8-6 win over the Nationals.
Braves pitcher Julio Teheran threw six hitless innings and struck out 11 in his first start since returning from the disabled list. Atlanta topped the Padres 4-1.
RICHARDS SURRENDERS SIX
Marlins starter Trevor Richards surrendered six runs and nine hits in 3.1 innings on the mound against the Orioles. Miami fell, 10-4.
Angels reliever Blake Parker allowed two runs while recording just one out in a one-run loss to the Athletics.
GONZALEZ CUTS DOWN ROYALS
Astros outfielder Marwin Gonzalez cut down a Royals runner at the plate with perfect throw home in the bottom of the third.
Baltimore Orioles 10-4 Miami Marlins
Toronto Blue Jays 8-6 Washington Nationals
Cleveland Indians 4-1 Minnesota Twins
Atlanta Braves 4-1 San Diego Padres
Cincinatti Reds 8-6 Pittsburgh Pirates
Tampa Bay Rays 3-1 New York Yankees
Detroit Tigers 3-1 Chicago White Sox
Philadelphia Phillies 10-6 Milwaukee Brewers
Houston Astros 7-4 Kansas City Royals
Texas Rangers 13-12 Colorado Rockies
Oakland Athletics 6-5 LA Angels
San Francisco Giants 4-1 LA Dodgers
Boston Red Sox 9-3 Seattle Mariners
New York Mets 5-3 Arizona Diamondbacks
St. Louis Cardinals 5-0 Chicago Cubs
LA DODGERS AT CHICAGO CUBS
The last two National League champions will open a three-game series at Wrigley Field on Monday. Chicago topped Los Angeles to advance to the World Series in 2016, but the Dodgers returned the favour with a victory over the Cubs in the NLCS one year later. Kenta Maeda is set to start for Los Angeles while Tyler Chatwood will take the mound for the Cubs.