LOS ANGELES (AP) -- For the third straight game, the Cleveland Indians were involved in a one-hit shutout. And for the second day in a row, they were on the short end.
Michael Bourn was awarded a single in the third inning after umpire Adrian Johnson's original call was reversed on a replay challenge by manager Terry Francona. That was all the Indians could get against Dan Haren in a 1-0 loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers on Monday night.
Cleveland was unsuccessful against Haren (8-4) after Seattle's Felix Hernandez stymied them through eight innings on Sunday.
"I would have liked to be on the winning side of all three," said Cleveland third baseman Lonnie Chisenhall, whose single in the fifth inning against Hernandez was the Indians' only hit following Josh Tomlin's complete-game 5-0 victory over the Mariners on Saturday.
"You've got to give the pitchers credit. That doesn't happen a lot," Chisenhall added. "We usually work counts, get deep into counts, get hits and put pressure on guys. But we haven't done that two days in a row."
Dodgers shortstop Miguel Rojas made a diving stop of Bourn's smash behind second base and got the out call from Johnson before Francona strolled out of the dugout. Bourn then stole second, giving the Indians two men in scoring position. But Asdrubal Cabrera looked at a third strike.
Had the play on Bourn not been overturned, Haren felt he had enough gas to go two more innings and try for the Dodgers' third no-hitter of the season after the gems by Josh Beckett and Clayton Kershaw.
"I didn't even think about it until I came out of the game and Zack (Greinke) said something like: 'If this was last year, you'd have a no-hitter,'" Haren said after his 103-pitch effort. "I think 2 2-3 was the longest I've had a no-hitter this year, so that was pretty good for me."
The Dodgers, who held the NL champion Cardinals to just four runs while taking three of four, had runners at second and third in the fourth inning when Corey Kluber struck out Andre Ethier and retired Juan Uribe on a flyball.
Ethier came up again in the seventh and led off with an opposite-field triple off the glove of left fielder Michael Brantley on the warning track. Two outs later, pinch-hitter Hanley Ramirez was intentionally walked and rookie Clint Robinson worked the count full before smacking a single up the middle for his first major league hit and RBI.
Kluber (7-6) allowed a run and six hits over 6 2-3 innings and struck out five. The 28-year-old right-hander, who has spent all four of his big league seasons with the Indians, came in 6-0 with a 2.29 ERA in his six previous interleague starts.
Haren struck out five and walked one on the 11th anniversary of his major league debut, getting through seven innings for just the third time in 17 starts this season. The right-hander ended a streak of nine consecutive outings in which he allowed a home run, one shy of his career-worst stretch in 2012.
"It was his ability to control the inside part of the plate," Chisenhall said. "He got strike one, then we got a little bit defensive and he was able to get a lot of rollovers."
Brian Wilson pitched a perfect eighth and Kenley Jansen a 1-2-3 ninth for his 25th save.
The defending NL West champion Dodgers took over sole possession of first place in the division by a half-game over idle San Francisco. The Giants led them by as many as 9 1-2 games as recently as June 8. Since then, Los Angeles has gone 15-6 and San Francisco 4-15.
CUBS 2, RED SOX 0
BOSTON -- Jake Arrieta held the Red Sox hitless until Stephen Drew singled with two outs in the eighth inning, and the Chicago Cubs beat Boston 2-0 on Monday night in the opener of only the second series between the teams at Fenway Park since 1918.
Six days after losing a perfect game on a leadoff single in the seventh inning of his previous start at Wrigley Field against Cincinnati, Arrieta took his no-hit bid a little deeper. He allowed only Mike Napoli's fifth-inning walk before Drew lined a clean single to right.
Arrieta (5-1) was lifted by Cubs manager Rick Renteria immediately following the hit that came on the right-hander's career-high 120th pitch. He struck out 10.
Nate Schierholtz hit a two-run homer for Chicago.
Jake Peavy (1-7) is winless in his last 12 starts. He gave up two runs on five hits, walking two and striking out seven in six innings.
RAYS 4, YANKEES 3, 12 INNINGS
NEW YORK -- Logan Forsythe hit a tiebreaking single with two outs in the 12th inning and the Rays beat the Yankees after squandering a late lead.
Matt Joyce and Kevin Kiermaier homered for the resurgent Rays, who have their first three-game winning streak since taking a season-best four in a row May 22-25. They've won five of six overall and no longer own the worst record in the majors, a distinction that had belonged to them every day since June 4.
Brian Roberts homered off Rays reliever Joel Peralta with one out in the ninth to tie it 3-all.
Brandon Guyer drew a two-out walk from Jose Ramirez (0-2) in the 12th and stole second base. Forsythe lined the next pitch into center field, scoring Guyer easily.
Brad Boxberger (1-1) pitched two perfect innings for his first major league win in 72 appearances.
ROYALS 6, TWINS 1
MINNEAPOLIS -- Alcides Escobar tied a career high with four RBIs on two doubles and Salvador Perez homered to lift the Royals to a victory over the Twins.
Danny Duffy (5-7) gave up one run and four hits while striking out three in 5 2-3 innings and Mike Moustakas had two hits for the Royals. Kansas City (43-39) has won three of four and is off to its best start since 2003.
Yohan Pino (0-2) gave up four runs and seven hits while also striking out three in 5 2-3 innings for the Twins. Eduardo Nunez had two hits and an RBI in his return from the disabled list for Minnesota, which has lost six of its last seven games to drop into last place in the AL Central.
MARINERS 10, ASTROS 4
HOUSTON -- Robinson Cano had a three-run shot in the seventh inning, one of the Seattle Mariners' season-high four homers in a win over the Astros.
Mike Zunino had a two-run drive in the second, Michael Saunders added a pair on his long ball in the fourth and Brad Miller homered two batters later to help the Mariners to their eighth win in 10 games.
Heralded prospect Taijuan Walker (1-0) allowed homer runs to George Springer and Marwin Gonzalez early before settling down to strike out six in six innings in his season debut after dealing with a shoulder problem.
Houston starter Collin McHugh (4-7) allowed five hits, five runs and tied a career high with three home runs in six innings.
ORIOLES 7, RANGERS 1
BALTIMORE -- Steve Pearce hit two of Baltimore's four home runs off Joe Saunders and Ubaldo Jimenez ended a run of nine winless starts as the Orioles defeated the Rangers.
Adam Jones and J.J. Hardy also homered for the Orioles, who hit a major league-leading 46 long balls in June.
Jimenez (3-8) allowed one run, none earned, and four hits with seven strikeouts in eight innings. The right-hander walked only one after issuing 30 free passes in his previous seven starts.
Saunders (0-5) gave up seven runs and nine hits in five innings.
BRAVES 5, METS 3
ATLANTA -- Three errors by New York fueled Atlanta's comeback as the Braves scored four runs in the eighth inning and beat the Mets for their fifth straight win.
Errors by reliever Jeurys Familia (1-3), center fielder Juan Lagares and third baseman Eric Campbell in the eighth helped the Braves rally from a 3-1 deficit.
Anthony Varvaro (3-1) pitched one scoreless inning to earn the victory. Craig Kimbrel recorded the final three outs for his 25th save.
The Braves announced late in the game that catcher Evan Gattis will be placed on the 15-day disabled list after an MRI revealed a bulging thoracic disk in his back.
Curtis Granderson had two hits, including a homer, for the Mets.
NATIONALS 7, ROCKIES 3
WASHINGTON -- Adam LaRoche homered, Ryan Zimmerman had three hits and Ian Desmond added two doubles and three RBIs as the Nationals welcomed back Bryce Harper with a win over the Rockies.
Harper, who missed 57 games because of a torn ligament in his left thumb, went 1 for 3 with an RBI single -- on Bryce Harper bobblehead night.
Jordan Zimmermann (6-4) allowed two runs in six innings as Washington won its third straight.
Justin Morneau had three hits for the Rockies, who have lost 12 of 14.
Yohan Flande (0-1), making his second start, was charged with three runs on six hits.