Chicago's Dayan Viciedo hit a three-run homer in the ninth inning after a throwing error, lifting the White Sox to a 4-3 win over the New York Yankees in Thursday's clash of American League divisional leaders.
New York pitcher Clay Rapada's wild toss to second base on a potential double-play ball set up the White Sox. With closer Rafael Soriano not available after pitching the past two games, the Yankees had their five-game winning streak ended.
New York came close to responding in the bottom of the ninth, but Derek Jeter's long hit _ with a man on base_ was caught by right fielder Alex Rios with his back against the wall for the final out.
Chicago's Hector Santiago (2-1) took the iwn, while Viciedo's homer came off David Robertson (0-2).
RANGERS 7, ATHLETICS 6
At Arlington, Texas, leadoff man Ian Kinsler got four hits, scored three runs and stole two bases, sending Texas past Oakland for its 11th win in 13 games.
Texas' Scott Feldman (2-6) won despite allowing nine hits in five innings. Joe Nathan earned his 18th save.
Oakland's Tyson Ross (2-8) was tagged for five runs in four innings.
ANGELS 9, BLUE JAYS 7
At Toronto, rookie Mike Trout and Mark Trumbo each hit two-run homers and Alberto Callaspo added a solo shot as Los Angeles beat Toronto.
Trout had two hits and raised his AL-leading average to .345. The Angels have won 14 of their past 15 road games.
Toronto's Jose Bautista hit his major league-best 26th homer, a three-run drive in the fifth. It wasn't enough as the last-place Blue Jays slumped to their third straight defeat.
Los Angeles starter Dan Haren (6-7) allowed seven hits in six innings.
Toronto's Brett Cecil (1-1) took the loss.
INDIANS 7, ORIOLES 2
At Baltimore, Johnny Damon and Asdrubal Cabrera hit three-run homers and Choo Shin-soo had a solo shot as Cleveland beat Baltimore to end a five-game losing skid.
Recalled from the minors before the game, Indians rookie Zach McAllister (2-1) allowed two runs over 5 2-3 innings, striking out six and walking one in his fifth career start.
Orioles rookie Chen Wei-yin (7-4) gave up six runs in 6 1-3 innings.
TIGERS 5, RAYS 2
At St. Petersburg, Florida, Miguel Cabrera had four hits and drove in two runs, leading Detroit over Tampa Bay.
Cabrera homered and doubled. His sixth-inning RBI single off James Shields (7-5) gave the Tigers a 4-1 lead.
Detroit starter Max Scherzer (7-5) allowed only four hits in six-plus innings in his second start since the death of his brother this month.
MARINERS 1, RED SOX 0
At Seattle, Felix Hernandez matched his career high with 13 strikeouts in a brilliant complete game, steering Seattle past Boston.
Hernandez (6-5) pitched his fifth career shutout.
The sole run came in the bottom of the ninth. Casper Wells lined a one-out double off Scott Atchison (2-1). After an intentional walk, John Jaso lined the first pitch he saw for a single that brought home Wells.