MLB.com Stars of the Game: Monday, Sept. 24

MLB.com Stars of the Game: Monday, Sept. 24

MLB.com Stars of the Game: Monday, Sept. 24
Each day, MLB.com selects one player from each game whose performance stands out:

J.P. Arencibia | Blue Jays 9, Orioles 5 (Game 2)
With Toronto leading by a run in the seventh inning, Arencibia broke the game open with his second career grand slam, helping his club gain a split of the doubleheader.
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Adrian Beltre | Rangers 5, Athletics 4
Beltre hit a game-tying homer and a walk-off single.
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Andrew Brown | Rockies 4, D-backs 2
Brown homered and drove in two runs as the Rockies snapped a nine-game slide.
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Ike Davis | Mets 6, Pirates 2
Davis belted his 29th and 30th homers of the season while driving in five runs.
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Adam Dunn | White Sox 5, Indians 4
Dunn hit a three-run homer, his second of the game and 41st of the season, with two outs in the eighth to help the White Sox end a five-game losing streak and stay one game ahead of the Tigers for first place in the American League Central.
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Adam Jones | Orioles 4, Blue Jays 1 (Game 1)
Jones went 4-for-4, including his 32nd homer, a two-run shot that ignited the Orioles and gave them the lead for good.
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Pete Kozma | Cardinals 6, Astros 1
Kozma crushed a two-run homer in the second -- his second dinger in as many days and the second of his career -- to help the Cards extend their lead for an NL Wild Card berth.
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Andy Pettitte | Yankees 6, Twins 3
In his second start off the disabled list, Pettitte weaved through six scoreless innings to help the Yankees add to their American League East lead.
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Justin Verlander | Tigers 6, Royals 2
Verlander delivered eight innings, fanning eight and holding the Royals to two runs to ensure the Tigers wouldn't lose any ground on the division-leading White Sox.
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Ryan Zimmerman | Nationals 12, Brewers 2
Zimmerman's three-run homer capped a six-run fourth to help Washington reduce its magic number in the NL East to five.
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