Bobby Cox didn't have to sweat out his 1,000th win as manager of the Braves.

Javy Lopez homered in a four-run first inning against Mike Mussina and the Braves breezed past Baltimore 10-5 Saturday, their first win against the Orioles in five interleague games over two years.Cox became the 19th manager in major-league history to win 1,000 games with the same team. He also moved within five victories of becoming the winningest manager in franchise history - Frank Selee won 1,004 with the Boston Braves from 1890-1901.

METS 1, RED SOX 0: At Boston, Tim Wakefield allowed one hit in eight innings, but a disputed balk call cost him the game.

Bobby Jones (5-3) and John Franco combined on a four-hitter for the Mets, who after hitting four homers in a 9-2 win on Friday, got just two but handed the Red Sox their second shutout in four days.

CUBS 7, WHITE SOX 6: At Chicago, pinch-hitter Derrick White hit his first homer in five years and Sammy Sosa hit his ninth in eight games for the Cubs.

The Cubs went in front 6-5 on White's two-run homer in the sixth inning, a 410-foot shot that was his first homer since 1993 when he played for Montreal.

YANKEES 4, MARLINS 2: At New York, Ramiro Mendoza limited Florida to three hits in 71/3 innings and Bernie Williams hit a three-run homer, leading New York to its sixth straight victory. The Marlins have lost 10 straight.

Mendoza (4-1) took a two-hitter into the eighth before Ryan Jackson led off with a single and Gregg Zaun walked with one out. Graeme Lloyd relieved and gave up an RBI double to pinch-hitter Dave Berg.

PHILLIES 10, BLUE JAYS 6: At Toronto, Doug Glanville hit two home runs and Rico Brogna homered to snap a seventh-inning tie, leading Philadelphia past Toronto.

Glanville, who leads the NL with 27 multi-hit games, hit a solo homer in the third and added a two-run shot in the seventh for his first career multi-homer game.

DODGERS 10, MARINERS 6: At Seattle, rookie Paul Konerko's first major league homer snapped a sixth-inning tie as Los Angeles beat Seattle.

Ken Griffey Jr. hit his AL-leading 23rd homer for the Mariners.

ATHLETICS 10, DIAMONDBACKS 5: At Oakland, Calif., Kevin Mitchell went 3-for-4 with two RBIs and Oakland scored five runs in the fifth inning off Andy Benes to win its third straight game.

Mike Oquist (3-3) won his third straight start, allowing three runs and six hits in seven innings.

INDIANS 10, REDS 1: At Cincinnati, the Cleveland Indians evened their intrastate series in front of a rare Cincinnati sellout crowd as Jaret Wright held the Reds to two hits over eight innings and Sandy Alomar drove in three runs.

Cleveland's ninth victory in 12 games improved Hargrove's managing record to 571-477, moving him ahead of Al Lopez for third place on the Indians' career wins list. He trails only Lou Boudreau (728) and Tris Speaker (616).

EXPOS 7, DEVIL RAYS 5: At St. Petersburg, Fla., Rolando Arrojo was set to become the majors' first nine-game winner when the Montreal Expos scored three runs in the eighth inning for a comeback win.

Arrojo had retired 15 straight following Brad Fullmer's two-out double in the third when the Expos rallied.

ASTROS 6, ROYALS 0: At Houston, Jose Lima pitched a five-hitter for his first career shutout and Craig Biggio hit a two-run homer, leading Houston past Kansas City.

Lima (7-2) walked one, struck out seven and got his first career complete game in his 134th start.

TIGERS 9, BREWERS 3: At Milwaukee, Bryce Florie pitched seven strong innings against his former team as Detroit beat Milwaukee to snap a six-game losing streak.

Florie (4-1), making his first start against the team that traded him at the end of last year, allowed eight hits and two runs.

RANGERS 3, PADRES 0: At Arlington, Texas, John Burkett pitched eight shutout innings and Luis Alicea had a two-run double as Texas triumphed.

Burkett (4-5) allowed five hits, struck out four and walked one for his first win since May 10.

PIRATES 4, TWINS 3 (12 innings): At Pittsburgh, Jason Kendall hit a bases-loaded single in the 12th inning and Pittsburgh rallied from three runs down.

The Pirates trailed 3-0 until tying it in the seventh on rookie Aramis Ramirez's RBI triple and Turner Ward's two-run pinch-hit homer.

ANGELS 2, ROCKIES 1: At Anaheim, Calif., Garret Anderson's RBI single in the eighth inning broke a tie to give Anaheim a win.

Colorado starter Darryl Kile and Anaheim's Omar Olivares dueled on even terms for seven innings. But after Olivares (3-2) worked a perfect eighth, the Angels scored the winning run in the bottom of the inning off Kile (5-8).