MINNEAPOLIS (AP) The Minnesota Twins became the last team in the major leagues to win this season, after Byung Ho Park drove in the go-ahead run with a double in the eighth inning for a 5-4 victory Friday night over the Los Angeles Angels.

Both Minnesota and Atlanta stopped nine-game losing streaks Friday. The Braves beat Miami earlier in the night. That left the 2002 Detroit Tigers with the dishonor of being the last team to start a season 0-10 or worse.

Albert Pujols and Kole Calhoun homered for the Angels, whose four-game winning streak ended.

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Miguel Sano and Trevor Plouffe hit consecutive RBI doubles in the sixth off Angels starter Garrett Richards, the third multi-run inning for the Twins this season. This was the first time they topped three runs in a game, but they're still last in the majors with 19 runs.

BRAVES 6, MARLINS 3

MIAMI (AP) - Adonis Garcia drove in three runs in the final three innings and the Atlanta Braves rallied for their first victory of the year after nine consecutive losses, beating Miami.

The Braves managed just one hit in the first six innings, trailed 3-0 in the seventh and appeared on the verge of falling to 0-10, which would have matched the worst start in franchise history in 1988.

Their comeback began with three consecutive hits in the seventh, including a double by Garcia to drive in the first Atlanta run. Nick Markakis' RBI single in the eighth made it 3-all, and Garcia's two-run double put the Braves ahead.

WHITE SOX 1, RAYS 0

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) - Chris Sale tossed a two-hitter, Melky Cabrera singled in Jimmy Rollins in the ninth and Chicago beat Tampa Bay.

Sale (3-0), from nearby Lakeland, struck out nine for his best start to a season since going 5-0 in 2014. He retired 16 straight between singles by Desmond Jennings in the second and Steve Pearce in the seventh.

The game was delayed for about 10 minutes after the seventh so a woman struck by a foul ball in the bottom of the inning could get treatment.

The fan, sitting in box seats next to the Tampa Bay dugout on the first-base side, was taken off on a stretcher. The ball came off the bat of Rays designated hitter Steven Souza Jr.

DODGERS 7, GIANTS 3

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Kike Hernandez homered his first two times up against Madison Bumgarner, drove in four runs and prevented two more with a diving catch in left field, leading Clayton Kershaw and Los Angeles over San Francisco.

Kershaw (2-0) was charged with three runs - two earned - and five hits over seven innings with six strikeouts and no walks. The Giants scored their first two runs on the left-hander's first two wild pitches of the season.

Bumgarner (1-1) gave up seven runs - four earned - and five hits in five-plus innings. He struck out seven, but his teammates committed three errors behind him. The 2014 World Series and NLCS MVP was 3-0 with a 1.23 ERA in his other three head-to-head showdowns with Kershaw at Dodger Stadium.

This was the sixth time in Kershaw's last seven starts against the Giants that his mound opponent was Bumgarner. Neither got a decision last Saturday in San Francisco.

METS 6, INDIANS 5

CLEVELAND (AP) - Yoenis Cespedes and Neil Walker each hit a two-run homer in a five-run fifth inning, and New York held off Cleveland.

Michael Conforto and Alejandro De Aza also went deep for the Mets, who entered with 20 runs and a major league-low two homers in their first eight games.

De Aza had a leadoff homer in the fifth and finished with three hits from the No. 9 spot in the batting order. Cespedes also had three of New York's 14 hits.

Cleveland scored three times in the ninth before Jeurys Familia retired Jose Ramirez with two on for his third save.

Bartolo Colon (1-1) allowed two runs in 5 1/3 innings. He struck out five and earned his 219th win, tying Pedro Martinez for second-most by a Dominican-born pitcher behind Juan Marichal (243).

ASTROS 1, TIGERS 0

HOUSTON (AP) - Dallas Keuchel pitched eight scoreless innings, Colby Rasmus provided the offense with an RBI single and Houston snapped a three-game skid with a win over Detroit.

Luke Gregerson pitched a perfect ninth to complete the shutout and earn his third save.

Keuchel (2-1), who was last year's American League Cy Young winner, has won a franchise-record 17 straight regular season games at home. He hasn't lost in Houston since Aug. 10, 2014.

On Friday he allowed five hits and struck out four with one walk for his second win this season.

Mike Pelfrey (0-2) allowed five hits, one run and tied a career-high with six walks in six innings for his second straight loss to start the season.

ROCKIES 6, CUBS 1

CHICAGO (AP) - Chad Bettis pitched six scoreless innings, Ben Paulsen had an RBI single and threw out a runner at the plate, and Colorado took advantage of Chicago's shaky defense for a victory.

The Cubs, who had won eight of nine in their best start in 47 years, managed only four singles and made four errors. Third baseman Kris Bryant committed two of the errors, including a wild throw on a bunt that scored a run in the seventh.

Bettis (2-0) was sharp in first career start against the Cubs. The 26-year-old right-hander allowed three hits, struck out four and walked three.

Chicago right-hander Kyle Hendricks (1-1) was charged with four runs, two earned, and seven hits in six innings. The Cubs had won five in a row.

MARINERS 7, YANKEES 1

NEW YORK (AP) - Robinson Cano got two more hits to celebrate his special connection to Jackie Robinson Day as Seattle sent New York to its third straight loss.

Cano's father, a former major league pitcher, named his son for the Brooklyn Dodgers great. Cano improved to 14 for 38 (.368) on the day all major leaguers honor the late Hall of Famer by wearing his No. 42.

Cano was 1 for 19 when he hit an early RBI single. The former Yankees star began the season on a home run binge, but had cooled off.

Chris Iannetta homered, singled twice and drove in three runs. The Mariners opened a nine-game trip by boosting their road record to 3-1. They are 1-5 at Safeco Field.

RED SOX 5, BLUE JAYS 3

BOSTON (AP) - Rick Porcello pitched 6 1/3 solid innings and Travis Shaw hit a two-run double to lead Boston to a victory over Toronto.

David Ortiz added a run-scoring double for Boston, moving him one RBI behind Hall of Famer Tony Perez (1,652) for 26th all time. Big Papi also stole a base, joining Ted Williams, Cy Young and Rickey Henderson as the only four Red Sox players with a steal at 40-years-old.

Edwin Encarnacion hit his first two homers of the season, drove in all three Toronto runs and had all of three of the Blue Jays' hits.

Porcello (2-0) gave up three runs and two hits, striking out eight and walking one. Craig Kimbrel got the final three outs for his third save.

R. A. Dickey (1-2) gave up four runs and six hits in 4 2/3 innings.

NATIONALS 9, PHILLIES 1

PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Bryce Harper had three hits, including a home run, and drove in three runs, and Joe Ross allowed three hits in 7 2/3 shutout innings to help Washington to its best start in club history.

Jayson Werth added two doubles and three RBIs, and Michael Taylor also went deep for Washington, which improved to 8-1 to mark the best nine-game beginning since the franchise was born in 1969 as the Montreal Expos.

Ross (2-0) struck out five and walked two. The 22-year-old, facing the Phillies for the first time, retired 12 straight before Freddy Galvis' two-out single in the eighth ended his night.

BREWERS 8, PIRATES 4

PITTSBURGH (AP) - Ryan Braun hit two long two-run home runs and Jimmy Nelson took a shutout into the seventh inning as Milwaukee beat Pittsburgh.

Braun had a 460-foot shot off the batter's eye in center field off Kyle Lobstein in the sixth to put the Brewers ahead 5-0. After the Pirates drew within a run, Braun hit a 415-foot shot to dead center in the eighth off Neftali Feliz for his third of the season to make it 7-4.

It was Braun's 23rd career multi-homer game.

Pinch-hitter Matt Joyce hit a three-run homer, his first, to chase Nelson (2-1) with none out in the seventh. The Pirates cut the gap to 5-4 later in the inning on back-to-back doubles by David Freese and Starling Marte with two outs.

Jeff Locke (0-1) gave up three runs, five hits and walked seven in 4 2/3 innings.

ORIOLES 11, RANGERS 5

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) - Mark Trumbo hit two of Baltimore's four home runs in a nine-run seventh inning and the Orioles beat Texas.

The Orioles were still down 5-3 after Trumbo's two-run homer chased Martin Perez with no outs in the seventh. They went ahead to stay when Jonathan Schoop and Nolan Reimold hit back-to-back homers off Tom Wilhelmsen (1-1), and Trumbo added a three-run shot off a second reliever later in the inning.

Trumbo is the first Baltimore batter ever with two homers in the same inning, and first in the majors since Toronto's Edwin Encarnacion against Houston on July 26, 2013, according to STATS.

Schoop homered again in the eighth, a solo shot that was his third of the season and gave him his third career game with multiple homers.

CARDINALS 14, REDS 3

ST. LOUIS (AP) - Matt Holliday had two of St. Louis' six home runs in a rout of Cincinnati.

Aledmys Diaz and Brandon Moss each added three-run homers to help the Cardinals to their sixth win in the last seven games. They have scored seven or more runs in all six wins and hit double-digits four times.

Moss and Matt Adams also homered. Adams' pinch-hit homer was the second of the game and sixth of the season. That surpasses the Cardinals total of four from pinch hitters last season.

Holliday drove in four runs and reached base four times in recording the 20th multi-homer game of his career.

Carlos Martinez (2-0) allowed three runs and six hits over seven innings.

Tim Melville (0-1) gave up seven runs in three innings.

ROYALS 4, ATHLETICS 2

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - Kendrys Morales had three hits and got his 500th career RBI to help Kansas City win its fourth straight by beating Oakland.

Edinson Volquez (2-0) pitched six innings, retiring seven of the last eight batters he faced. He gave up two runs and four hits. Eric Hosmer homered for the Royals.

Stephen Vogt homered, singled twice and scored both runs for the A's, who lost their fourth straight and fell to 1-7 at home.

Rich Hill (1-2) struggled through 4 1/3 innings, allowing three runs and nine hits on 106 pitches.

Kelvin Herrera, Joakim Soria and Wade Davis each pitched a scoreless inning, with Davis recording his fifth save in five chances.

DIAMONDBACKS 3, PADRES 2

SAN DIEGO (AP) - Jake Lamb dashed home with the go-ahead run on a soft infield single by pinch-hitter Phil Gosselin with one out in the ninth inning, lifting Arizona over San Diego.

Brad Ziegler escaped a big jam to preserve the victory, getting Jon Jay to ground into a game-ending double play with the bases loaded for his second save.

Lamb reached on an infield single against Fernando Rodney (0-1) to start the ninth, stole second and went to third on a throwing error by catcher Derek Norris. Lamb then scored when Gosselin hit a dribbler to first base.

The Padres dropped to 0-4 at home. However, Alexei Ramirez and Alexi Amarista drove in the team's first runs in San Diego this season.

Daniel Hudson (1-0) earned the win in relief of Zack Greinke, who lost his first two starts with Arizona. Greinke was lifted after allowing Wil Myers' double with one out in the eighth. He allowed two runs and six hits.

Arizona's Welington Castillo homered off James Shields leading off the second.