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.


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.


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