OAKLAND, Calif. -- Derek Carr has been at his best in clutch situations this season for the Oakland Raiders, leading two late comebacks to help fuel the teams best start since 2002.The season has gotten off to the opposite kind of start in San Diego, where the Chargers have led all four games at the two-minute warning only to lose three of those in the closing minutes.So while the Raiders (3-1) come into their first division game of the season full of confidence, they also know how small the difference truly is between them and San Diego (1-3).Theyre just a few points away from being 4-0, Raiders quarterback Derek Carr said. I never look at someones record and say thats who they are. Because, when you turn the film on and you see that defense running around, thats definitely not what it looks like.For 58 minutes, the Chargers have been as good as anyone. But they blew a 21-point lead to Kansas City in the opener before allowing a game-tying TD with 1:11 left and losing in OT; allowed a 63-yard TD pass with 1:28 to go in a 26-22 loss to Indianapolis in Week 3; and then fumbled twice late to blow a 13-point lead last week to New Orleans .Its executing on both sides of the ball, quarterback Philip Rivers said. In the defensive meeting room theyre saying, `Just stop them. Just one stop in these games and we win. In the offensive room we say, `Why do we even send them back out there? I dont think its a flawed approach. Weve just got to get it done.The Raiders have gotten it done late in games with Carr leading a TD drive and throwing the game-winning 2-point conversion with 52 seconds left in the opener at New Orleans , then adding a go-ahead TD pass to Michael Crabtree with 2:12 to go last week at Baltimore .The defense also delivered late stops to seal wins against Tennessee and the Ravens.I love those situations, Carr said. I get so fired up that I have to just calm myself down. You have to stay calm and its not like, `Oh no, the games on the line. Its like, `Yes, the games on the line. Thats stuff that you dream of as a kid.Here are some other things to watch:HOME NOT SO SWEET HOME: The Raiders have won all three road games while losing to Atlanta in their one home contest. That has been a pattern these past two seasons under coach Jack Del Rio as the team is 7-4 on the road but 3-6 at the Coliseum.We need to win at home, theres no doubt about that, Carr said. Our fans are too awesome. They deserve it.MORE INJURIES: The Chargers list of starters out for the season increased again when cornerback Jason Verrett was diagnosed with a torn ACL in his left knee. Verrett, who was a Pro Bowler last year in his second NFL season, joins WR Keenan Allen, RB Danny Woodhead and LB Manti Teo to on the sideline.Its devastating to have to go through that, but man, its still early in the year, Verrett said. Weve still got a lot of good guys that will be on the field.ROOKIE RUNNERS: With starter Latavius Murray nursing a sore toe that could force him to miss the game Sunday, the Raiders may have to rely on a pair of rookie running backs to carry the load against the Chargers. Fortunately, they have been up to the task so far this season. DeAndre Washington has rushed for 147 yards with a 6.4 yard average, while undrafted Jalen Richard has 144 yards and is averaging 8.5 yards per carry.BOSA WATCH: Chargers rookie DE Joey Bosa thinks he might be making his NFL debut this week. The No. 3 pick overall in the draft missed training camp during a nasty holdout and then hurt a hamstring.I havent taken one snap in the NFL so Im just looking to get one and then keep going with that, he said. Of course its a huge game, division rivals. Theyre playing really well right now.Ive been looking forward to this for a long time.SECRET WEAPON: While players such as Carr, Cooper, Crabtree and Khalil Mack get most of the publicity on the Raiders, punter Marquette King is putting together a stellar season. King is averaging 50 yards a punt and has pinned opponents inside the 20 on nearly half his kicks (11 of 23). Hes coming off his best game yet, a 46.5-yard net average on eight punts last week.---Online:AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and www.twitter.com/AP-NFL---AP Sports Writer Bernie Wilson in San Diego contributed to this report. Fake Balenciaga From China . They had already blown a double-digit lead, fans were hitting the exits, and a long seven-game road trip waited at the end. Fake Balenciaga 2020 .com) - Richie Incognito has reportedly been admitted to a psychiatric care unit in Arizona. https://www.fakebalenciaga.com/ . LOUIS -- Lance Lynn was one of the more enthusiastic participants as the St. Wholesale Balenciaga . The mixed zone is not a place to make friends. Fake Balenciaga For Sale . With the first unit struggling of late and Amir Johnson - one of the teams iron men - hobbling on an injured right ankle, Patterson knew he could get the nod in a challenging matchup against one of the leagues up and coming players at his position. WASHINGTON -- Starling Marte hit a solo home run in the 18th inning and the Pittsburgh Pirates beat the Washington Nationals 2-1 Sunday in a marathon game that lasted almost six hours.Pinch-hitter Daniel Murphy homered with two outs in the ninth inning for Washington, and it took a long while until anyone scored again.Martes seventh home run of the season helped end the series finale and the Pirates avoid getting swept by the NL East leaders. The only longer game in the majors this season came July 1 when Cleveland beat Toronto in 19 innings.Marte hit the first pitch from Oliver Perez (2-3) into the seats in left field.Jonathon Niese (8-6) survived a couple of singles to get the victory.It was the longest regular-season game for the Nationals since the franchise moved from Montreal to Washington after the 2004 season. The Nationals lost an 18-inning game to San Francisco in the 2014 playoffs.METS 5, PHILLIES 0PHILADELPHIA -- Jacob deGrom tossed a one-hitter, Curtis Granderson and Asdrubal Cabrera homered and New York beat Philadelphia.DeGrom (6-4) allowed only a third-inning single to pitcher Zach Eflin and retired 27 of 29 batters. The lanky right-hander struck out seven, walked one and went the distance for the first time in 68 career starts.Eflin (2-3) allowed five hits and three runs in six innings.Granderson drove his 16th homer way out to right-center for a 2-0 lead in the third. Cabreras two-run shot off Andrew Bailey in the eighth was his 13th homer and gave the Mets a 5-0 lead.DeGrom improved to 15-3 with a 1.63 ERA in day games and 14-15 with a 3.19 ERA at night.YANKEES 3, RED SOX 1NEW YORK -- Masahiro Tanaka outpitched David Price in their first matchup to win his fourth straight decision, and New York ended Bostons six-game winning streak.Starlin Castro keyed New Yorks three-run fourth inning with an RBI double that scored Didi Gregorius from first base. No. 9 batter Austin Romine and Jacoby Ellsbury each added a run-scoring single with two outs off Price (9-7), who gave up 11 hits in 5 2/3 innings as the Yankees prevented a three-game sweep.Following his teams loss on Saturday, manager Joe Girardi said the Yankees needed to turn things around immediately and called Sunday night probably as important (a) game that weve had in July in a long time.New York (45-46) responded with excellent pitching and a handful of timely hits.Tanaka (7-2) fanned seven with one walk over six innings of three-hit ball.MARLINS 6, CARDINALS 3ST. LOUIS -- Ichiro Suzuki doubled, singled twice and had another hit taken away on a replay challenge, leaving him six shy of 3,000, after Miamis win over St. Louis.The 42-year-old Suzuki made just his second start this month with All-Star Marcell Ozuna getting a day off. Hes been largely reduced to pinch hitting behind a set outfield, and singled in that role on Friday.Suzuki also walked, scored a run and came up just short on his bid to beat out an infield hit. All of that in wilting, 93-degree heat for a player whod been 3 for 11 in July.Giancarlo Stantons second double of the game drove in the go-ahead run in a two-run seventh against Jonathan Broxton (1-2). Christian Yelich had two hits and three RBI as Miami took two of three for just its second series win the last seven years in St. Louis.Kyle Barraclough (5-2) won in relief and A.J. Ramos earned his 29th save in 30 chances.RANGERS 4, CUBS 1CHICAGO -- Cole Hamels pitched eight dominant innings in his first game at Wrigley Field since throwing a no-hitter at the famed ballpark a year ago, and Texas stopped a four-game slide.Hamels (10-2) struck out his first six batters. He fanned seven overall and gave up just an unearned run and four hits.Last summer, the lefty threw a no-hitter and struck out 13 at Wrigley in his final start for Philadelphia. He was then traded to the Rangers.Sam Dyson struck out three in the ninth for his 19th save in 21 chances.Ian Desmond homered and Robinson Chirinos drove in two runs as Texas avoided a three-game sweep in the matchup of division leaders. The Cubs had won three in a row.John Lackey (7-6) allowed four runs and six hits in eight innings.REDS 1, BREWERS 0CINCINNATI -- Billy Hamilton dashed home on All-Star Jonathan Lucroys passed ball with two outs in the ninth inning, giving Cincinnati the win.The speedy Hamilton drew a two-out walk from Tyler Thornburgh (3-3). Left-hander Will Smith relieved and walked Joey Votto. Hamilton stole third with Jay Bruce hitting, setting up the game-winning play.Tony Cingrani (2-2) pitched a perfect ninth for the win.Cincinnati starter Dan Straily and Milwaukees Zach Davies each pitched seven impressive innings.TIGERS 4, ROYALS 2DETROIT -- Jarrod Saltalamacchia hit a two-run homer in the bottom of the ninth inning to lift Detroit past Kansas City.After Tyler Collins hit a leadoff single in the ninth, Saltalamacchia won it with a drive off Joakim Soria (3-4) that easily cleared the wall in right field. The Detroit catcher raised his right arm in celebration almost immediately as he trotted toward first base.Those were the only two RBI of the day for Detroit. The Tigers scored their first two runs of the game on a balk and a wild pitch.Francisco Rodriguez (1-0) pitched a perfect top of the ninth for the win.Detroit rookie Michael Fulmer allowed two runs and six hits in eight innings. Kansas City starter Yordano Ventura allowed two runs and eight hits in seven innings.RAYS 5, ORIOLES 2ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Evan Longoria homered twice, Jake Odorizzi picked up his first home victory this season and Tampa Bay won for just the fourth time in 28 games.Longoria had solo shots in both the first and eighth innings. He has 21 homers this season after his 17th career multihomer game.Odorizzi (4-5), who was 0-3 in 10 previous starts at Tropicana Field, gave up two runs and seven hits in six innings. Overall, he had been 0-2 in six starts since winning June 8 at Arizona.Oswaldo Arcia had a two-run shot during the second and Brad Miller added a third-inning solo driver as the Rays took a 4-1 lead against Dylan Bundy (2-2), who allowed four runs and five hits over 3 1/3 innings in his first major league start.ddddddddddddAll-Star Alex Colome got three outs for his 20th save in as many chances.BRAVES 1, ROCKIES 0ATLANTA -- Chase dArnaud singled with two outs in the ninth inning off Gonzalez Germen and Atlanta avoided a three-game sweep.It was a rare home victory for the Braves, who are 14-36 at Turner Field and have baseballs worst overall record. Atlanta had lost four straight to Colorado.Following dominant outings through the seventh by Braves ace Julio Teheran and Rockies starter Jon Gray, the Braves used four relievers and the Rockies one before Germen (2-1) gave up Ender Inciartes leadoff single in the ninth.Anthony Recker bunted over Inciarte, who advanced to third on a wild pitch and scored on dArnauds liner to left field.Jim Johnson (2-5) gave up one walk in two-thirds of an inning to get the win.INDIANS 6, TWINS 1MINNEAPOLIS -- Josh Tomlin pitched 7 2/3 strong innings, Mike Napoli hit one of three Cleveland homers in a win over Minnesota.Chris Gimenez had two RBI off the bench as the division-leading Indians won for just the third time in eight games.Max Kepler homered for Minnesota.Tomlin (10-2), who gave up eight runs -- including a season-high five earned -- in 4 2/3 innings against Detroit in his previous outing July 6, looked more like the pitcher that had six straight quality starts before that outing. He allowed six hits and struck out four against the Twins.Minnesota had two runners on in the first, but just three over the next four innings as Tomlin breezed through the Minnesota lineup. He retired 11 straight before Kepler homered in the sixth.Twins starter Kyle Gibson (2-6) allowed 10 hits and four earned runs in six innings. He struck out four.ANGELS 8, WHITE SOX 1ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Albert Pujols hit a pair of two-run homers, Jered Weaver pitched seven strong innings and Los Angeles completed an emphatic three-game sweep of Chicago.Pujols connected in the first and fourth innings of his 53rd multi-homer game. He has 577 career homers as he pursues Mark McGwire (583) for 10th place on baseballs career list.Five Angels drove in a run while lighting up Jacob Turner (0-1) over the first five innings. He yielded seven hits and eight runs in his debut for the White Sox, who have lost four straight.After their worst first half since 1992, the injury-plagued Halos (40-52) returned with three outstanding starts while outscoring Chicago 16-1.Weaver (8-7) limited the White Sox to six hits and one walk as Los Angeles won for the seventh time in nine games overall.ASTROS 8, MARINERS 1SEATTLE -- Jose Altuve homered among his four hits and drove in three runs, Collin McHugh escaped a pair of bases-loaded jams to pitch six scoreless innings, and Houston beat Seattle.Altuve had a two-run homer and three singles in five at-bats to raise his American League-leading average to .346. McHugh (6-6) allowed four hits and walked four, striking out 10 to win for the first time in eight starts since his last victory on May 30.Carlos Gomez added his second career grand slam in the seventh inning off Nathan Karns to put the Astros up 8-0.Kyle Seager singled home Seattles only run in the eighth off Chris Devenski.Mike Montgomery (3-4), making his second start this season after 30 relief appearances, allowed four runs and seven hits in five innings, walking two and striking out seven.BLUE JAYS 5, ATHLETICS 3OAKLAND, Calif. -- Josh Donaldson hit a tiebreaking two-run double with two outs in the ninth against his former team and Toronto avoided a three-game sweep.Troy Tulowitzki homered while Russell Martin and Justin Smoak added two hits apiece for the Blue Jays.Donaldson, traded from Oakland to Toronto prior to the 2015 season, also singled and scored in the first inning.Marcus Semien homered for the As.Smoak and Junior Lake hit consecutive one-out singles off John Axford (3-3) in the ninth. Devon Travis struck out looking before Donaldson lined a 2-1 pitch down the left field line to drive in pinch-runner Andy Burns and Lake.Jason Grilli (3-1) retired three batters for the win. Roberto Osuna pitched the ninth for his 19th save.DIAMONDBACKS 6, DODGERS 5PHOENIX -- Robbie Ray pitched seven scoreless innings, Jake Lamb hit his 21st home run and Arizona held on to beat Los Angeles.The Dodgers had runners at first and third with one out in the ninth when rookie Jake Barrett struck out Yasiel Puig and Chris Taylor to earn his second save.Ray (5-8) gave up four hits, struck out seven, walked two and hit two batters. The left-hander worked out of a bases-loaded, no-out jam in the second inning and left with a 6-0 lead.Lamb hit a solo homer and singled in a run off Kenta Maeda (8-7), tagged for a season-worst five runs on seven hits in 4 1/3 innings starts.PADRES 5, GIANTS 3SAN DIEGO -- Edwin Jackson held San Francisco hitless until Conor Gillaspies three-run homer with one out in the seventh inning, and San Diego held off the Giants for its first sweep of the season.Jackson, making his first start since 2014, and three relievers combined on a two-hitter against the Giants, who despite losing three straight still have the best record in the majors at 57-36.San Diego remains the only big league team without a no-hitter, having played 7,582 games without one since starting out in 1969.After striking out Brandon Crawford to open the seventh, Jackson bobbled Gregor Blancos grounder for an error and then walked Ramiro Pena before Gillaspie connected. That cut the Padres lead to 4-3.Jackson (1-1) was then pulled. He walked five and struck out four. He pitched a no-hitter in 2010 for Arizona.All-Star starter Johnny Cueto (13-2) took his first loss since April 21. He had three straight complete-game victories against the Padres this season coming into Sunday. ' ' '