Second baseman Robinson Cano's error in the ninth inning allowed the go-ahead run to score, and the Tampa Bay Devils Rays won the season series against the Yankees for the first time, beating New York, 4-3, Tuesday night.
The Devil Rays are 10-4 against the Yankees in 2005 after beginning the season 31-80 against New York since entering the majors in 1998.
Mariners 3, Athletics 2
Oakland, Calif. - Mike Morse hit a tiebreaking single in the seventh, and Seattle's Joel Pineiro pitched eight innings.
Rangers 10, Twins 7
Minneapolis - Mark Teixiera's three-run homer in the ninth made the Texas slugger just the fifth player in major-league history to hit 100 in his first three seasons.
Red Sox 3, Angels 2
Boston - David Ortiz hit a game-winning homer in the bottom of the ninth, and Tim Wakefield pitched his second complete game for Boston.
Orioles 5, Blue Jays 0
Baltimore - Daniel Cabrera came off the disabled list to throw seven innings of four-hit ball for Baltimore.
Indians 6, Tigers 1
Detroit - Cliff Lee threw eight shutout innings, and Grady Sizemore, Coco Crisp and Aaron Boone homered for Cleveland.