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May 28, 2008|From the Associated Press

* at Cleveland 8, Chicago 2: Franklin Gutierrez hit a grand slam in the first inning and the Indians were credited with a rare triple steal in a victory. With the bases loaded in the sixth inning, White Sox pitcher Ehren Wasserman faked a throw to third and threw to first, which caught Jamey Carroll off the bag. First baseman Paul Konerko got Carroll in a brief rundown. David Dellucci broke from third and Konerko's throw to catcher Toby Hall was in the dirt, allowing Dellucci to score. Dellucci, Carroll and Grady Sizemore, who was on second when the play began, were given stolen bases. The last triple steal came on Oct. 1, 1987, by Atlanta against Houston.

* at Baltimore 10, New York 9 (11 innings): After the last-place Yankees blew two four-run leads, Aubrey Huff doubled in the tiebreaking run in the 11th inning and scored the game-winner for the Orioles on a long single by Alex Cintron. Alex Rodriguez hit his 525th career home run but made two poor throws from third base.

* Texas 12, at Tampa Bay 6: Former Tampa Bay prospect Josh Hamilton hit a grand slam to help Vicente Padilla (7-2) and the Rangers cool off the Rays, who had won four in a row.

For The Record
Los Angeles Times Thursday, May 29, 2008 Home Edition Main News Part A Page 2 National Desk 1 inches; 43 words Type of Material: Correction
Baseball: A report on the game between the New York Yankees and Baltimore Orioles in Wednesday's Sports section said Aubrey Huff doubled in the tiebreaking run for the Orioles in the 11th inning of Baltimore's 10-9 victory. He doubled in the tying run.

* at Seattle 4, Boston 3: The Mariners ended a seven-game losing streak.

* at Oakland 3, Toronto 1: Greg Smith ended a five-start winless stretch, and Bobby Crosby drove in a run in the Athletics' victory over the Blue Jays.

* Minnesota 4, at Kansas City 3 (12 innings): Michael Cuddyer singled home Joe Mauer in the 12th inning, sending the Royals to their ninth consecutive defeat.

* at Angels 3, Detroit 2: Ervin Santana held the Tigers to two runs and three hits.

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