NEW YORK – Derek Jeter and the New York Yankees hammered Johan Santana in the worst start of his career, routing the Mets 15-0 on Sunday for the biggest blowout in Subway Series history.

Jeter went 4 for 4 and the Yankees got two-run homers from Hideki Matsui and Robinson Cano in a nine-run fourth inning, chasing Santana early to take two of three in a testy series at Yankee Stadium.

Mets closer Francisco Rodriguez shouted at Yankees reliever Brian Bruney in left field during batting practice and the two were separated by teammates, one day after they exchanged barbs through the media.

Once the first pitch was thrown, the Yankees provided all the fireworks.

They needed only four innings to set a season high for runs in a game, building a huge cushion for A.J. Burnett (5-3). They finished with 17 hits, three by No. 9 batter Francisco Cervelli, and pulled several stars before the seventh.

Orioles 11, Braves 2

BALTIMORE – Ty Wigginton hit two home runs, Robert Andino drove in three runs and stole home and Brad Bergesen pitched his first complete game to lead the Orioles to a win over the Braves.

The Orioles scored 19 runs in their last two games, after scoring just 19 runs in the previous 11 games.

The offensive revival came from some unlikely sources. Andino, who is replacing Cesar Izturis due to his recent appendectomy, had three RBIs in his first 70 at-bats. He had a bases-loaded walk in the third, and a two-run double in the fourth.

Marlins 11, Blue Jays 3

TORONTO – Ronny Paulino hit two home runs, Josh Johnson pitched his second complete game of the season and the Marlins beat the Blue Jays.

The Marlins took the three-game series and won their eighth in a row overall at Toronto. The Blue Jays lost their fourth straight game and fell to 0-6 in interleague play.

Paulino went 4 for 5, scoring three runs and driving in three with his first career multihomer game. He hit a two-run drive in the second inning and added a solo shot in the ninth.

Pirates 6, Tigers 3

PITTSBURGH – Dontrelle Willis fought with his control for the third consecutive start by walking eight in 3 2-3 innings, leading to all of Pittsburgh’s scoring, and Robinzon Diaz drove in three runs to help the Pirates beat the Tigers.

Ross Ohlendorf (6-5) limited Detroit to one run and two hits over six innings for his first victory since May 18, leaving after throwing 91 pitches. The Tigers got to within 6-3 on Don Kelly’s two-run single in the seventh off Steven Jackson, but lost for the second time in the three-game interleague series during a bad weekend for Detroit teams against Pittsburgh’s.

White Sox 5, Brewers 4

MILWAUKEE – A.J. Pierzynski singled with two outs in the ninth inning off previously perfect Trevor Hoffman and starter Mark Buehrle hit his first career home run to lift the White Sox to a win over the Brewers.

Corey Hart homered twice and Casey McGehee added another solo shot for the Brewers, who’ve lost six of seven. Milwaukee went 1-5 on its homestand.

Rays 5, Nationals 4

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – Pinch hitter Willy Aybar got a lucky bounce, doubling off the third base bag in the eighth inning and the Rays completed a sweep of the lowly Nationals.

Carlos Pena opened the eighth with a double off Ron Villone (3-3). After Ben Zobrist struck out, Aybar hit a ball down the line that hit third base and angled away from third baseman Willie Harris into left field for a run-scoring double.

Gabe Kapler added a homer and three RBIs for Tampa Bay. Dan Wheeler (2-1) worked a perfect eighth and J.P. Howell pitched the ninth for his third save.

Cubs 3, Twins 2

CHICAGO – Ryan Theriot drove in Derrek Lee with a bases-loaded single with one out in the ninth, and the Cubs beat the Twins to snap a four-game losing streak.

After Carlos Marmol (2-1) escaped a jam in the top of the ninth, the Cubs pulled it out in the bottom half and avoided a three-game sweep.

Royals 7, Reds 1

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Brian Bannister pitched eight sharp innings, Miguel Olivo homered and drove in four runs and the Royals took advantage of sloppy fielding to beat the Reds for a three-game sweep.

Reds starter Johnny Cueto (6-4) lowered his NL-leading ERA to 2.17 despite the loss. All five runs against him were unearned after a pair of errors by third baseman Jerry Hairston Jr.

Indians 3, Cardinals 0

CLEVELAND – Cliff Lee threw seven innings of no-hit ball before settling for a three-hitter for Cleveland.

Lee (4-6) allowed two first-inning walks until Yadier Molina opened the eighth with an opposite-field drive down the right-field line that hit off the wall for a double.

That broke a string of 20 in a row set down by the reigning AL Cy Young Award winner, who was bidding for the first no-hitter at Progressive Field and first by a Cleveland pitcher since Len Barker’s perfect game against Toronto on May 15, 1981.

Mark DeRosa hit a two-run homer in the first inning and Kelly Shoppach got a solo shot in the fifth off Chris Carpenter (4-1), who won the NL Cy Young in 2005.

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