The bats of the New York Yankees came alive on Tuesday night as they had 16 hits and clubbed five Home Runs in an 11-5 win over the struggling Toronto Blue Jays. Rookie sensation Aaron Judge blasted two more home runs to give him 12 on the year. Veteran Yankee Brett Gardner had two homers as well and fellow outfielder Aaron Hicks got in on the act with one of his own. Steve Pearce had two home runs, his first two of the year, in the losing effort.

Fenway ovation for Jones

The story that took over the baseball world early Tuesday was how Baltimore Orioles outfielder Adam Jones was heckled with racial slurs by a few fans at Fenway Park on Monday night.

When Jones came to the plate for his first bat on Tuesday, the Boston fans stood and cheered, and Jones tipped his helmet.

As for the game, the Red Sox finally gave Chris Sale a few runs of support, and he was able to notch his first win since April 15. The recent silliness between the two squads continued as Sale threw a fastball at Manny Machado in the first inning and the umpires warned both clubs. The Orioles also turned a wacky triple play in the eighth inning, but they still came up on the short end of the stick. With the loss, the Orioles are tied with the Yankees atop the American League East.

Harvey's struggles continue

Right now the New York Mets need Matt Harvey to be the pitcher he was in 2015, but instead, he had another rough outing on Tuesday against the Atlanta Braves.

For the second game in a row, Harvey allowed six earned runs as the Mets lost 9-7. With the Mets wallowing in the last place in the National League East and seemingly putting a new player on the disabled list every day, it could be a long year for the Metropolitans.

Dodgers bat around Moore

Just like the Mets, any news about the San Francisco Giants seems to be bad news these days.

The Giants lost to the rival Los Angeles Dodgers 13-5 on Tuesday. San Francisco starter Matt Moore wasn't able to get out of the fourth inning walking five and allowing nine earned runs. Yasiel Puig had three hits and drove in four runs for the Dodgers,

Astros score league leading 18th win

The Houston Astros needed to rally with five runs in the bottom of the eighth inning on Tuesday, but they were able to beat the Texas Rangers 8-7 on Tuesday night.

Marwin Gonzalez had a grand slam to help spark the Astros comeback. 30-year-old reliever James Hoyt picked up just the second win in his big league career.

History Nugget

On this date 37 years ago, May 3, 1980, Hall of Famer Willie McCovey hits his 521st and final home run of his career. Surprisingly it was his only home run of the 1980 season even though he logged 113 at bats.