Philadelphia 21 15 .583 ---
San Diego 21 17 .552 1
Kansas City 19 16 .542 1.5
Seattle 22 19 .537 1.5
Chicago 19 17 .528 2
Montreal 17 19 .472 3
California 15 21 .417 6
Cleveland 13 23 .361 8
Montreal (Robertson) at Philadelphia (Jackson)
Cleveland 6, Seattle 1: Mike Paul tossed a four-hitter and Tony Horton drove in three runs for the Indians. Paul walked one and struck out seven and retired 13 straight Pilots at one stretch. Horton hit a two-run homer off George Brunet in the first and doubled home a run off Jim Bouton in the eighth. Horton and Ken Harrelson each scored twice for the Tribe.
San Diego 10, Chicago 0: The Padres rebounded fron Saturday's no-hitter with a vengance, racking up 10 runs in the first four innings. Ed Spiezio capped the onslaught with a grand slam in the fourth. San Diego's six-run third was built on four walks, three singles, an error and two sacrifice flies. Clay Kirby went the distance on a three-hitter; he didn't allow a base runner until there with two outs in the fifth. He walked two, struck out one and survived three errors, two by Spiezio.
Player of the Day: Mike Paul, Cleveland