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AMERICAN LEAGUE

Tigers' late rally puts them at 5-0

• DETROIT 9, CLEVELAND 6: Ian Kinsler hit an RBI single and Yoenis Cespedes doubled in two runs during a four-run ninth inning as the Tigers stayed unbeaten by beating the host Indians on Saturday. Kinsler's fourth hit, a single off closer Cody Allen, broke a 5-5 tie and helped the Tigers improve to 5-0 for the first time since 2006. Cleveland catcher Yan Gomes suffered a potentially serious injury to his right leg in the ninth. Gomes' leg was struck by Tigers outfielder Rajai Davis as he tried to keep his foot on the plate for a forceout.

• KANSAS CITY 7, LOS ANGELES 4: Mike Moustakas and Salvador Perez homered during a five-run fourth inning off Jered Weaver, and the defending AL champion Royals improved to 5-0 by beating the host Angels.

• SEATTLE 5, OAKLAND 4 (11): Nelson Cruz hit his first home run for Seattle and Brad Miller threw out a runner at the plate in the 10th inning and doubled in the go-ahead run in the 11th, lifting the Mariners over the host Athletics.

• BALTIMORE 7, TORONTO 1: Ubaldo Jimenez struck out eight and allowed one single over seven sparkling innings, Jonathan Schoop hit a grand slam and the host Orioles beat the Blue Jays.

• TEXAS 6, HOUSTON 2: Elvis Andrus hit a two-run single and Yovani Gallardo won for the first time with the Rangers, who earned their first home victory of 2015 by beating the Astros.

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Bradley bests Kershaw in debut

• ARIZONA 5, LOS ANGELES 0: Archie Bradley made a dazzling major league debut, giving up one hit over six innings to outpitch Clayton Kershaw and lead the Diamondbacks past the Dodgers in Phoenix. Bradley, a first-round draft pick in 2011, struck out six, walked four and singled for his first hit. He became the fifth rookie starter to make his first start against a reigning Cy Young Award winner and the fourth to earn a win.

• MILWAUKEE 6, PITTSBURGH 0: Jimmy Nelson struck out a career-high nine in seven innings, Jean Segura hit a two-run homer and the host Brewers became the last team in the majors to win this season. Milwaukee ended a four-game slide by tagging Vance Worley for six runs and seven hits in 6⅓ innings.

• SAN DIEGO 10, SAN FRANCISCO 2: New Padres ace James Shields was masterful in outpitching October nemesis Madison Bumgarner, who lasted only three innings for the visiting Giants.

• CHICAGO 9, COLORADO 5: Chris Coghlan and Mike Olt hit consecutive solo homers in the third inning and the Cubs handed the host Rockies their first loss of the season.

• ATLANTA 5, NEW YORK 3: Julio Teheran pitched into the seventh inning and the host Braves beat the Mets, improved to 5-0 for the first time since beginning 1994 7-0.

• ST. LOUIS 4, CINCINNATI 1: Matt Adams delivered his first home run of the season and the Cardinals ended the host Reds' season-opening winning streak at four.

• PHILADELPHIA 3, WASHINGTON 2 (10): Odubel Herrera doubled home the winning run in the 10th inning with his first major league hit, lifting the host Phillies to a comeback victory.

INTERLEAGUE

TAMPA BAY 2, MIAMI 0: Chris Archer pitched seven crisp innings and the Rays beat the host Marlins, who had only two hits.

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