MIAMI — Greg Dobbs' single with two outs in the ninth inning scored Emilio Bonifacio from second base, and the Miami Marlins rallied to end the New York Mets' five-game winning streak with a 6-5 victory on Friday night.
The Marlins scored twice in the ninth off Frank Francisco to win for the ninth time in 10 games. They were coming off an 8-1 trip, the best in franchise history.
The Mets overcame an early 3-0 deficit and entered the ninth on the verge of their fourth consecutive comeback win.
Bonifacio stole second to improve to 17 for 17 this season — the best start in franchise history. After John Buck struck out, Dobbs lined the first pitch from Francisco for a single, and Bonifacio scored without a play.
NATIONALS 7, REDS 3: At Cincinnati Roger Bernadina and Danny Espinosa each hit a two-run homer in one of Washington's biggest scoring splurges of the season.
BRAVES 9, CARDINALS 7, 12 INNINGS: At St. Louis, Jason Heyward hit a two-run homer in the 12th inning ruining the Cardinals' celebration honoring former manager Tony La Russa. Dan Uggla homered and Michael Bourn had three hits for the Braves. Craig Kimbrel gave up a hit but struck out two for his NL-leading 11th save in 12 chances.
DIAMONDBACKS 5, GIANTS 1: At Phoenix, Paul Goldschmidt hit his first home run since his initial at-bat of the season, and rookie Patrick Corbin allowed three hits over seven innings to get the win.
ASTROS 1, PIRATES 0: At Pittsburgh, Bud Norris allowed three hits in six sharp innings, leading Houston to the win. Brian Bogusevic singled and scored in the second on a double-play grounder, providing all the offense Houston would need. Norris (3-1), who struck out eight without walking a batter. Brett Myers pitched the ninth for his ninth save.
PHILLIES 7, PADRES 3: At Philadelphia, Carlos Ruiz went 3-for-3 with a homer and three RBIs and John Mayberry Jr. homered and drove in three runs.
DODGERS 7, ROCKIES 3: At Los Angeles, Chris Capuano won his fourth straight outing, gettingt home runs from Andre Ethier, Mark Ellis and Juan Uribe.
BREWERS 8, CUBS 7, 13 INNINGS: At Milwaukee, Corey Hart homered in the bottom of the ninth to force extra innings. He then hit an RBI-single in the 13th to give the Brewers the win.
ORIOLES 4, RAYS 3: At Baltimore, Nick Johnson's first homer in two years gave Baltimore a seventh-inning lead in a duel for first place in the AL East.
YANKEES 6, MARINERS 2: At New York, Raul Ibanez hit a go-ahead, three-run homer off former Seattle teammate Felix Hernandez in the sixth inning, Robinson Cano had four hits and New York overcame a home run by Jesus Montero to beat the Mariners.
RED SOX 7, INDIANS 5: At Boston, Dustin Pedroia had three hits and three RBIs to back an effective outing by Clay Buchholz, and Boston beat Cleveland to snap a three-game skid.
WHITE SOX 5, ROYALS 0: At Chicago, Adam Dunn hit his 11th homer to match his total from last season, leading Gavin Floyd and the Chicago White Sox over Kansas City.
ATHLETICS 11, TIGERS 4: At Oakland, Calif., Brandon Inge hit a three-run homer and drove in four runs for the fourth time in five games, Josh Reddick homered twice and had a career-high five RBIs.
RANGERS 10, ANGELS 3: At Arlington, Texas, Josh Hamilton hit two more home runs, Yu Darvish struck out seven as the Rangers beat the Angels 10-3 in a rain-interrupted game Friday night when C.J. Wilson faced only five batters against his old team.
TWINS 7, BLUE JAYS 6: At Minnesota, Darin Mastroianni led the way for the struggling Twins. He had two hits and knocked in three RBIs. Nick Blackburn got the win despite Toronto's Jose Batista hammering two more home runs, bringing his total to nine on the season.
Cardinals retire LaRussa's number
ST. LOUIS — Tony La Russa's first reaction to the St. Louis Cardinals' decision to retire his No. 10 jersey was one word: "Incredulous." After all, it's only been a little more than six months since the World Series parade.
"It's not something you think about, or expect," La Russa said.
But one of his former players thought a mid-May tribute was a bit tardy.
Pitcher Dave Stewart, one of the horses of La Russa's rotations in Oakland, said during a ceremony prior to the Braves-Cardinals game Friday that the number should have been retired while La Russa was still making out lineup cards.
"This day is long overdue," Stewart said. "Best manager I ever played for."
Groundskeepers cut the grass with a big "10" in short center field in tribute to the 67-year-old La Russa, who managed the Cardinals for 16 seasons and retired after leading a long-shot NL wild-card team to the title.
La Russa wore all three of his championship rings, the two he won with the Cardinals on the right ring finger and pinkie of his right hand.
BEES CATCHER CALLED UP: The Los Angeles Angels have purchased the contract of catcher John Hester from Triple-A Salt Lake. Los Angeles made the move Friday, the same day starting catcher Chris Iannetta underwent surgery on his broken right wrist. Iannetta, who got hit by a pitch May 2, was put on the disabled list Thursday.
ORTIZ OK AFTER WRECK: Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz is unhurt after a minor car accident on his way to Fenway Park. Ortiz was involved in the multi-car accident Friday afternoon on his way to prepare for a game with the Cleveland Indians.
Ortiz tells the station: "I lost a little control coming out of the gas station and I hit a car, but I'm fine. Everybody is fine."
Boston police said they didn't immediately have details but were investigating an accident at the location.