Orioles 2, Tigers 1BALTIMORE -- Delino DeShields singled in the winning run in the bottom of the 10th inning as the Baltimore Orioles stretched their winning streak to four by defeating the Detroit Tigers 2-1 Saturday.

The Orioles trailed 1-0 in the eighth before coming back. Mike Bordick scored both runs for Baltimore, which used solid pitching to win after scoring 31 runs in its previous three games.

Bordick led off the 10th with a single off Doug Brocail (0-1) and took second on a sacrifice. DeShields then dumped a single to left and Bordick slid into the plate an instant before the throw from Bobby Higginson.

Al Reyes (1-0) stranded the potential tiebreaking run at second base in the ninth and 10th.

ROYALS 5, TWINS 2: At Kansas City, Carlos Beltran broke out of a slump by driving in two runs and Johnny Damon scored twice and drove in a run as Kansas City won its fourth straight.

Jeff Suppan (2-1) allowed two runs and five hits in six innings as the Royals matched their longest winning streak from last season. Jose Santiago pitched three hitless innings for the save.

Brad Radke (0-2) had allowed just two baserunners and led 2-1 when Damon singled with one out in the sixth.

WHITE SOX 7, ATHLETICS 3: At Oakland, Frank Thomas had three hits, including a three-run homer, as Chicago won its fourth straight game.

Mike Sirotka (1-1), who allowed a career-high four home runs in Chicago's season-opening 10-4 loss at Texas, kept Oakland batters in the park while allowing six hits and three runs -- one earned -- in 5 1-3 innings. He struck out three and walked two.

The White Sox were leading 3-1 in the fourth when Craig Wilson singled off the leg of Ron Mahay (0-1). Two outs later, Jose Valentin singled and Thomas followed, connecting for his second homer of the season.

INDIANS 6, DEVIL RAYS 4: At St. Petersburg, Fla., Manny Ramirez and Jim Thome hit the 199th home runs of their careers five pitches apart to lead Cleveland.

The sluggers remained tied for sixth on Cleveland's career list, connecting off right-hander Steve Trachsel (1-1) with two outs in the fifth inning to give the Indians a 6-1 lead for Dave Burba (1-0).

Greg Vaughn homered twice and drove in four runs off Burba for the Devil Rays, including a 462-foot solo blast to deep left center that was the third longest in the three-year history of the stadium.

YANKEES 3, MARINERS 2: At Seattle, Paul O'Neill's RBI double in the ninth inning broke a tie and gave New York the win.

With two outs in the ninth, Derek Jeter singled off Jose Mesa (1-1) and stole second base. O'Neill then hit a line drive to right-center to score Jeter and give the Yankees the lead.

Jeff Nelson (1-0) came on with a runner on second and one out in the eighth and got two outs for the win. Mariano Rivera pitched the ninth for his third save.

BLUE JAYS 4, RANGERS 0: At Arlington, Texas, David Wells pitched a nine-hitter for the first complete-game shutout in the majors this year as Toronto ended Kenny Rogers' 19-game home winning streak.

Wells, 1-4 in his seven previous starts in Arlington, was the one who felt at home, allowing eight hits and one walk and not allowing a runner past second base in an efficient 89-pitch outing. Wells (1-0) struck out five in his 10th career shutout.

Carlos Delgado drove in the first two Toronto runs, and Craig Grebeck went 3-for-4 with a homer in his first game since missing most of last year with a foot injury.