Detroit's Miguel Cabrera runs out an RBI-double in the first inning. He went 2 for 4 with a homer, 3 RBIs and two runs.
CLEVELAND - Justin Verlander overcame a rocky start and rain delay to get his fifth win and Miguel Cabrera hit another homer as the Detroit Tigers beat the Cleveland Indians 11-7 on Wednesday night, sweeping the two-game series between the AL Central's top teams.
Martin Prado reflects the Diamondbacks' struggles early as he heads back to the dugout after a fifth-inning strikeout.
Troy Tulowitzki celebrates his third-inning home run with teammates Wilin Rosario and Jordan Pacheco. Rosario added his own heroics later with a walk-off hit in the 10th inning.
DENVER - Reliever Matt Reynolds tried to outthink his former teammate, guess what pitch Wilin Rosario would be looking for and throw the opposite.
Baltimore's Nate McLouth reacts mid-interview after being hit with a shaving cream pie following his walk-off game-winning home run.
BALTIMORE - The shaving cream was still glopped on Chris Dickerson's head and shoulders long after the final pitch, a tell-tale indicator that the Baltimore Orioles had finally returned to celebratory mode at Camden Yards.
D-backs pitcher Patrick Corbin, throwing to first to get Colorado's Dexter Fowler in the ninth, threw a three-hitter to improve to 7-0.
DENVER - Patrick Corbin was a maestro on the mound, making his slider move all over the place.
Miami starter Ricky Nolasco went eight-plus innings, giving up five hits and a run while striking out 11. Nolasco bounced back from his worst start of the season on Tuesday.
MIAMI - A late run by the Arizona Diamondbacks fell one run short.
Seattle's Raul Ibanez connects on the 11th grand slam of his career in a seven-run first inning that chased Yanks starter Phil Hughes.
NEW YORK - Raul Ibanez was more than happy to turn those welcome back calls of "Ra-uuul!" into a good old Bronx cheer.
In his season debut, the Yankees' Curtis Granderson went 0 for 3 with a walk. He broke his right forearm at the start of spring training.
NEW YORK - Once Mariners ace Felix Hernandez tweaked his back, the whole game took an odd twist.
Miguel Montero celebrates with injured pitcher J.J. Putz after Friday's win over the Phillies. Montero hit the go-ahead home run in the eighth inning.