ATLANTA (AP) Carlos Santana hit a tiebreaking single in a three-run ninth inning and the Cleveland Indians won their 11th straight game, beating the Atlanta Braves 5-3 Tuesday night.

Corey Kluber (8-7) allowed three hits in eight innings as the Indians extended their best streak since an 11-game string in 1982.

Santana's single off Arodys Vizcaino (1-3) made it 3-2.

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CUBS 7, REDS 2, 15 INNINGS

CINCINNATI (AP) - Kris Bryant singled home the tiebreaking run in the 15th inning and Chicago manager Joe Maddon used three pitchers in left field while beating Cincinnati.

With the Cubs out of position players, relievers Travis Wood and Spencer Patton (1-0) alternated between left field and the mound in the 14th. Wood then finished it off with reliever Pedro Strop in left.

A day after hitting three home runs and two doubles, Bryant had an RBI single off J.J. Hoover (1-2). Javier Baez added a grand slam later in the inning.

NATIONALS 5, METS 0

WASHINGTON (AP) - Lucas Giolito threw four scoreless innings in his rain-shortened major league debut to help Washington.

Baseball's top pitching prospect allowed just one hit. The 21-year-old struck out one and walked two before a lengthy rain delay ended his outing.

Bryce Harper hit a two-run homer, his team-leading 16th.

Oliver Perez (2-1) won in relief. Former New York ace Matt Harvey (4-10) took the loss.

RANGERS 7, YANKEES 1

NEW YORK (AP) - Cole Hamels breezed through seven shutout innings to win his fourth consecutive start, Adrian Beltre homered and drove in three runs, and Texas kept rolling.

The Rangers have won four in a row and 12 of 14 overall, and eight straight on the road.

Hamels (9-1) yielded six singles and struck out seven in outpitching CC Sabathia (5-5).

Yankees slugger Carlos Beltran left in the first with a tight right hamstring. He had an MRI that was ''clean'' and is day to day, manager Joe Girardi said.

DODGERS 6, BREWERS 5

MILWAUKEE (AP) - Teen lefty Julio Urias posted his first big league win as Los Angeles held off Milwaukee.

Urias (1-2) gave up two hits and walked six in six innings. The 19-year-old rookie left with a 6-2 lead, and Kenley Jansen got his 23rd save.

Chase Anderson (4-8) took the loss.

Dodger center fielder Joc Pederson crashed face first into the wall after catching Chris Carter's sacrifice fly in the eighth. Pederson crumpled onto the warning track and, after several minutes, walked off holding his chest.

RED SOX 8, RAYS 2

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) - Travis Shaw homered, doubled, singled and drove in five runs as Boston ended a three-game losing streak.

Rick Porcello (9-2) gave up one run in six innings.

Tampa Bay ace Chris Archer (4-11) has gone from being an All-Star a year ago to leading the major leagues in losses this season.

CARDINALS 8, ROYALS 4

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Matt Carpenter homered and St. Louis finished with a two-game split in Kansas City. The intrastate series now shifts to Busch Stadium for two games.

Michael Wacha (4-7) allowed four runs over six innings. Yordano Ventura (6-5) allowed seven runs on seven hits, three walks and a hit batter in 5 1/3 innings.

Royals outfielder Lorenzo Cain grabbed his left hamstring while trying to beat out an infield hit in the seventh. He exited and the extent of the injury was unclear.

TWINS 4, WHITE SOX 0

CHICAGO (AP) - Brian Dozier homered twice and drove in four runs to lead Minnesota.

It was the ninth straight game with an extra-base hit for Dozier, the longest streak for the franchise since it moved to Minnesota in 1961.

The Twins beat Chicago for first time in seven tries. Kyle Gibson (1-5) pitched seven innings of five-hit ball.

Dozier pulled both homers off Jose Quintana (5-8).

TIGERS 7, MARLINS 5

DETROIT (AP) - Miguel Cabrera's three-run homer highlighted a seven-run fifth inning that boosted Detroit.

Jose Iglesias and Nick Castellanos also homered during the big inning, which came after Adam Conley (4-5) had been dominant through four.

Mike Pelfrey (2-7) allowed four runs and 12 hits in 5 1/3 innings.

Giancarlo Stanton hit a two-run homer for Miami.