Milwaukee Brewers star Christian Yelich hit an inside-the-park home run in an 8-3 MLB win over the Chicago White Sox.
Yelich recorded the first inside-the-park homer of his career as the Brewers beat the White Sox on Thursday.
The 2018 National League MVP, who signed a nine-year, $215million contract extension in March, took advantage of Eloy Jimenez's struggles in the fifth inning.
Yelich walked four times against the White Sox as he became the first MLB player to have an inside-the-park home run and four walks in a game since Dode Paskert in 1912, per STATS.
The Cleveland Indians, meanwhile, dismantled the Cincinnati Reds 13-0.
Jose Ramirez became the first player in MLB history to homer from both sides of the plate in a game twice within his team's first 15 games of a season, via STATS.
Ohtani homers, Mattingly becomes Marlins' winningest manager
Unable to pitch due to a shoulder injury, Los Angeles Angels two-way star Shohei Ohtani homered in his first plate appearance since being shut down on the mound in a 6-1 rout of the Seattle Mariners. Ohtani smashed a Taijuan Walker pitch to the opposite side of the field in the second inning. Angels team-mate Dylan Bundy also struck out 10 batters in his third complete game of his career.
Don Mattingly became the winningest manager in Miami Marlins history after his team edged the Baltimore Orioles 8-7. The Marlins, who had their season postponed due to a coronavirus outbreak, are now 6-1 following a 57-105 win-loss campaign in 2019. They are the first team to start 6-1 or better through seven games after recording 105-plus losses the previous season since the St Louis Perfectos began 7-0 in 1899.
The Philadelphia Phillies split their series with the high-flying New York Yankees after winning 5-4 thanks to J.T. Realmuto's three-run homer.
Reds' woes continue
The Reds were put to the sword by the Indians. Cincinnati failed to score in the final 23 innings of the home-and-home series.
Markakis opts in and delivers walk-off
Having initially decided to sit out the season, Nick Markakis returned and produced an epic 4-3 walk-off win for the Atlanta Braves against the Toronto Blue Jays. Markakis, who announced his intention to opt out on July 6, delivered for the Braves in the ninth inning.
Colorado Rockies 6-4 San Francisco Giants
Los Angeles Angels 6-1 Seattle Mariners
Philadelphia Phillies 5-4 New York Yankees
Cleveland Indians 13-0 Cincinnati Reds
Arizona Diamondbacks 5-4 Houston Astros
Kansas City Royals 13-2 Chicago Cubs
Atlanta Braves 4-3 Toronto Blue Jays
Miami Marlins 8-7 Baltimore Orioles
Milwaukee Brewers 8-3 Chicago White Sox
Pittsburgh Pirates 6-5 Minnesota Twins
Oakland Athletics 6-4 Texas Rangers
Marlins at Mets
Riding a five-game winning streak, the Marlins will face the New York Mets (5-8) on Friday.