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Cabrera, Ray lead Tigers past Astros; other MLB scores
Wednesday May 07, 2014 12:00am

Tigers route Astros 11-4
(DETROIT) - Robbie Ray provided a glimpse of what the Detroit Tigers saw in him when they acquired the pitching prospect for Doug Fister. Ray gave up one run in his major league debut and got plenty of run support, especially from Miguel Cabrera, to help Detroit rout the Houston Astros 11-4 on Tuesday night for its season-high seventh straight win. When Ray walked off the mound and toward the dugout in the sixth inning, he was given a standing ovation by a crowd that included his mother, father, fiancee and her family. Ray (1-0) gave up one run, five hits and a walk, and struck out five in 5 1/3 innings. He probably earned another turn in the rotation because Anibal Sanchez is on the disabled list with a cut on his right middle finger. Cabrera homered in the first inning for his first of four hits and four RBIs. He raised his batting average to .293 after it was .206 on April 21. The reigning two-time AL MVP, who matched a season high with the four hits, had an RBI single in the seventh and a two-run double in the eighth. Brett Oberholtzer (0-6) allowed four runs, nine hits, two sacrifice flies and a walk over six innings.


OTHER TUESDAY A.L. SCORES
Cleveland 4 – Minnesota 2
Baltimore 5 – Tampa Bay 3
NY Yankees 4 – LA Angels 3
Seattle 8 – Oakland 3


TUESDAY N.L. SCORES
LA Dodgers 8 – Washington 3
Pittsburgh 2 – San Francisco 1
Atlanta 2 – St. Louis 1
Miami 3 – NY Mets 0
Arizona 7 – Milwaukee 5


White Sox beat Cuts 5-1
(CHICAGO) – Gordon Beckham was struggling and the Chicago White Sox are banged up. That didn't stop them from completing a sweep of the rival Chicago Cubs. Beckham's tiebreaking homer in the eighth inning helped the White Sox beat the rival Cubs 5-1 on Tuesday night. Beckham was 1 for 6 in the White Sox's 3-1, 12-inning win Monday over the Cubs, but he matched a career high with four hits Tuesday. The fourth one, on a 1-2 pitch with two outs from Neil Ramirez (0-1), gave Beckham his first homer of the season and the White Sox the lead, one they held to sweep the two-game series at Wrigley Field before the teams start a two-game set Wednesday across town at U.S. Cellular Field. Hector Noesi gave the White Sox their second straight strong start against their crosstown rivals, going five innings and allowed one run while striking out six. Like Noesi, Cubs starter Edwin Jackson saw one of his better outings end up in a no-decision. Jackson entered with a 5.24 ERA but went seven innings and gave up one run while striking out a season-high nine, following up Jeff Samardzija's nine-inning, one-run outing Monday.


OTHER TUESDAY INTERLEAGUE SCORES
Toronto 6 – Philadelphia 5
Boston 4 – Cincinnati 3
Colorado 12 – Texas 1
Kansas City 3 – San Diego 1


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