Each day, MLB.com selects one player from each game whose performance stands out:
Wei-Yin Chen | Orioles 5, Yankees 2
Chen kept the Yankees off balance for seven innings, improving to 4-0 on the season with a win over CC Sabathia.
Price went seven strong innings, allowing three runs and striking out six.
Highlights » Matt Holliday | Cardinals 7, Cubs 6
Holliday went 3-for-4, with his seventh homer and three runs scored.
Josh Johnson earned his first win since April 19, 2011, allowing just a pair of runs in seven solid innings.
Highlights » Ervin Santana | Angels 4, A's 0
Santana allowed four hits over 7 2/3 scoreless innings to help the Angels blank the A's.
Highlights » Anthony Bass | Padres 6, Nationals 1
Bass didn't allow a hit until the fourth and finished with eight innings of one-run ball in the series finale.
Highlights » Jarrod Dyson | Royals 7, Rangers 4
Dyson sparked the Royals' offense, going 2-for-4 and scoring three runs.
Highlights » Derek Lowe | Indians 5, Twins 0
Lowe became the first pitcher since 2002 to toss a shutout without recording a strikeout, as his sinker was highly effective against the Twins.
Highlights » Josh Beckett | Red Sox 5, Mariners 0
The right-hander celebrated his 32nd birthday by fanning nine over seven scoreless frames.
Highlights » Tim Hudson | Braves 6, Reds 2
Hudson took a shutout into the seventh inning before allowing a pair of runs to improve to 2-1.
Highlights » Ryan Raburn | Tigers 10, White Sox 6
Entering the day with just two RBIs, Raburn clubbed a three-run homer, his first, and an RBI single, as the Tigers rode an eight-run sixth inning to victory.
Highlights » Jake Diekman | Phillies 4, Astros 3 (10)
Diekman retired four batters in his Major League debut and got the win when Hunter Pence hit a walk-off homer.
Highlights » Travis Ishikawa | Brewers 8, Mets 0
Ishikawa ignited Milwaukee's offense with his first multihomer game and a career-high five RBIs.
Wade Miley | D-backs 5, Dodgers 1
Miley pitched 6 2/3 strong innings and delivered the first of six straight singles to spark the key rally.
After the Rockies saw a three-run lead slip away, Scutaro hit his first homer of the year to snap a tie in the ninth.
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