Results of MLB on June 20

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Following are the results of 2010 Major League Baseball (MLB) on Sunday (home team in CAPS):

Milwaukee Brewers bt COLORADO ROCKIES, 6-1

FLORIDA MARLINS bt Tampa Bay Rays, 4-1

DETROIT TIGERS bt Arizona Diamondbacks, 3-1

ATLANTA BRAVES bt Kansas City Royals, 8-5

NEW YORK YANKEES bt New York Mets, 4-0

Chicago White Sox bt WASHINGTON NATIONALS, 6-3

Minnesota Twins bt PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES, 4-1

San Francisco Giants bt TORONTO BLUE JAYS, 9-6

PITTSBURGH PIRATES bt Cleveland Indians, 5-3

SEATTLE MARINERS bt Cincinnati Reds, 1-0

Texas Rangers bt HOUSTON ASTROS, 5-4

CHICAGO CUBS bt Los Angeles Angels, 12-1

BOSTON RED SOX bt Los Angeles Dodgers, 2-0

Oakland Athletics bt ST. LOUIS CARDINALS, 3-2

SAN DIEGO PADRES bt Baltimore Orioles, 9-4



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