The expansion Florida Marlins remained undefeated with their third straight exhibition victory Sunday, 10-3 over the Cleveland Indians.

Gary Scott and Walt Weiss each had two-run singles in the first inning as the Marlins jumped on Indians starter Bob Ojeda for a 5-0 lead.Tigers 6, Royals 4

Rob Deer hit his third home run in as many games and Mickey Tettleton hit a two-run homer as Detroit beat Kansas City.

Cardinals 3, Orioles 0

Bob Tewksbury threw three scoreless innings and St. Louis tagged Baltimore starter Ben McDonald for four hits and two runs in the first inning.

Rangers 9, Pirates 0

Kevin Brown, a 21-game winner last season, worked three scoreless innings and singled in a run and former Pirate Gary Redus drove in five runs with a pair of homers.

Twins 12, Red Sox 7

Bert Blyleven, trying to make a comeback with Minnesota, pitched two shutout innings as the Twins beat Boston. Blyleven, 41, needs 13 victories to reach 300 in his career.

Expos 6, Braves 0

Marquis Grissom hit a two-run homer in the third inning to help Montreal beat Atlanta.

Phillies 8, Reds 4

Mariano Duncan went 4 for 5 with a pair of homers, including a double in the four-run first off John Smiley (0-1). Pete Incaviglia's three-run homer was the key blow.

Astros 9, Dodgers 4

Eric Anthony hit a three-run homer and Chris Donnels added a two-run shot, powering Houston.

Yankees 9, Mets 3

The Yankees beat the Mets for the second straight day as Dave Silvestri, Gerald Williams and Russ Davis hit home runs.

Brewers 12, Mariners 7

Mike Marshall, who played in Japan last season, had two hits and drove in two runs for Seattle but it wasn't enough as Milwaukee scored eight runs in the third inning.

Angels 7, Athletics 6

Tim Salmon drove in two runs with a single in the seventh inning as California rallied to beat Oakland.

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Rockies * 2, Padres 1

Chris Jones' RBI double and Roberto Mejia's run-scoring single in the eighth lifted Colorado.

Charros 3, Rockies * 3

Former major-leaguer Pedro Guerrero singled in the go-ahead run in the 10th inning for Charros de Jalisco, but Colorado split squad rallied on Danny Sheaffer's RBI single for a 3-3 tie.

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