Corey Kluber starred as the Cleveland Indians defeated reigning MLB World Series champions the Houston Astros 5-4.
The Indians ace struck out 10 Astros in seven innings on Saturday, allowing two runs on six hits.
Kluber is now 7-2 for the season, and is the first player in the American League (AL) to reach seven wins.
The two-time AL Cy Young Award winner and two-time All Star appears well on his way to eclipsing his career high of 18 wins, which he has achieved three times, including last season.
It is easy to overlook Kluber and the Indians (22-22), who are hovering around the .500 mark, when the Boston Red Sox and the New York Yankees are dominating headlines with their torrid paces, and the Astros are also playing well.
But the 32-year-old Kluber is once again putting up great stats. He led the majors last season in ERA (2.25) and WHIP (0.869), and has similar numbers (2.36 ERA, 0.843 WHIP) after his start Saturday.
He now has allowed three or fewer runs in 22 successive starts, one away from the AL record held by former Red Sox great Pedro Martinez.
CRAWFORD STARS IN GIANTS WIN
San Francisco Giants shortstop Brandon Crawford went three for five with a home run and four RBIs in a 9-4 win over the Colorado Rockies.
Los Angeles Dodgers right-hander Ross Stripling allowed only one run and four hits in six innings, striking out nine in a 4-1 victory against the Washington Nationals.
AXFORD CRUMBLES AS ATHLETICS RALLY
The Toronto Blue Jays led the Oakland Athletics 4-0 entering the eighth inning. But Blue Jays reliever John Axford gave up two hits, a walk and three earned runs in 0.3 of an inning as the A's rallied for five runs to win.
CUBS REACH MILESTONE
Ian Happ's home run in the fourth inning of Saturday's 10-0 demolition of the Cincinnati Reds brought up the Cubs' 14,000th homer in their history.
Oakland Athletics 5-4 Toronto Blue Jays
Cincinnati Reds 5-4 Chicago Cubs
Chicago Cubs 10-0 Cincinnati Reds
Los Angeles Dodgers 4-1 Washington Nationals
Los Angeles Dodgers 5-4 Washington Nationals
Philadelphia Phillies 7-6 St Louis Cardinals
Cleveland Indians 5-4 Houston Astros
San Francisco Giants 9-4 Colorado Rockies
Boston Red Sox 6-3 Baltimore Orioles
San Diego Padres 6-2 Pittsburgh Pirates
New York Mets 5-4 Arizona Diamondbacks
Chicago White Sox 5-3 Texas Rangers
Milwaukee Brewers 5-4 Minnesota Twins
Atlanta Braves 8-1 Miami Marlins
New York Yankees 8-3 Kansas City Royals
Tampa Bay Rays 5-3 Los Angeles Angels
Seattle Mariners 7-2 Detroit Tigers
RAYS AT ANGELS
Shohei Ohtani is pitching for the Angels, and that is reason enough to watch. The Japanese star been great with a 3-1 mark, 3.58 ERA, 1.10 WHIP and 43 strikeouts in 32.6 innings. It is the Free Game of the Day on MLB.com, so out-of-market fans can easily catch this game.