Philadelphia 4 2 .667 ---
California 5 3 .625 ---
Chicago 4 3 .571 .5
Seattle 4 3 .571 .5
San Diego 4 4 .500 1
Montreal 3 5 .375 2
Cleveland 2 4 .333 2
Kansas City 2 4 .333 2
Seattle (Marshall) at Cleveland (Ellsworth)
Montreal (Stoneman) at Philadelphia (Jackson)
Chicago (Wynne) at San Diego (Sisk)
Kansas City (Rooker) at California (Wright)
Seattle 3, Cleveland 0: Three Pilots pitchers held the Indians to just seven hits. Light-hitting Seattle infielders Gus Gil and John Donaldson drove in the runs with doubles. George Burnet allowed three hits in six innings for Seattle, and Diego Segui struck out three in two innings of relief. Bob Locker loaded the bases with one out in the ninth but escaped the jam.
Philadelphia 13, Montreal 2: The Phillies batted around twice in routing the Expos. Tony Taylor was 4-for-4 with two walks, two steals, two runs and two RBIs. Dick Allen drove home four runs, three on a bases-loaded double in the fifth that put the Phillies ahead. John Briggs hit a three-run homer in the seventh, and Deron Johnson also had three RBIs. Woodie Fryman allowed two runs in seven innings for the win.
Chicago 6, San Diego 3: Bobby Knoop and Gail Hopkins each drove in a pair of runs and Buddy Bradford homered for the White Sox. Jose Arcia scored twice for the Padres. Gary Peters went six innings for the win, and Gary Bell threw two shutout innings for the save. Knoop was 3-for-4 with a double.
California 6, Kansas City 4: Ruben Amaro bunted home two runs as the Angels overcame a pair of two-run deficits to beat the Royals. Chuck Harrison and Bob Oliver homered for Kansas City. Aurelio Rodriguez also had two RBIs for the Angels, and Bill Voss scored twice. Rudy May went seven innings, allowing eight hits and four runs, for the win; he walked two and struck out four.
Player of the Day: Tony Taylor, Philadelphia