Josh Rutledge doubled home three runs in the uprising. He finished with four RBIs, tying his career high.

The Pirates scored in the ninth inning, thwarting the Rockies' quest for their first shutout at Coors Field since Sept. 28, 2013. Colorado starter Brett Anderson pitched 6 1/3 innings before leaving with an injury. Anderson (1-3) missed three months with a broken left index finger and was making his third start since he returned July 13. As he walked off the mound, Anderson was looking at the finger.

Angels 2, Tigers 1

ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Efren Navarro's two-out single in the sixth inning drove in Kole Calhoun from second base with the go-ahead run as Los Angeles rallied to beat Detroit.

That the Angels were able to push across two runs in the decisive sixth inning was a significant accomplishment given the way Tigers left-hander Drew Smyly had pitched in the first five innings.

Smyly retired 15 of the 16 batters he faced through five, including 10 by strikeout. But the Angels broke through in the sixth with back-to-back doubles by Chris Iannetta and Calhoun to tie the score at 1 with one out.