BRADENTON, Fla. — Pittsburgh’s Francisco Liriano and Boston’s Wade Miley tossed several scoreless innings apiece Saturday before bowing out in a game that ended in a 2-2 tie.

Pirates pitchers combined for 15 strikeouts. Liriano scattered two hits and three walks.

Miley struck out five and allowed two hits in five scoreless innings. He didn’t allow a hit until the fourth inning – a strong bounce-back outing after surrendering four runs in three innings against Philadelphia last Sunday

In the fifth, Boston’s Rusney Castillo tripled off the right-field wall and Allen Craig’s single drove him in. Pittsburgh’s Corey Hart tied the score with a grounder up the middle in the sixth.

Shortstop Deven Marrero fielded the ball and threw it past first baseman Daniel Nava, scoring Marte, who had singled and stolen second.

The Pirates’ Gorkys Hernandez tripled with one out in the seventh inning and scored on Gustavo Nunez’s bunt.

Trailing 2-1 in the ninth, Boston speedster Quintin Berry reached on a fielder’s choice, moved to second on a groundout and scored on Blake Tekotte’s two-out single to right field.

TIGERS: Sluggers Miguel Cabrera and Victor Martinez are back on the field after rehabbing injuries.

Both played in minor league games against the Houston Astros on Saturday, facing their first live pitching of the spring.

Cabrera singled in his first three at-bats and Martinez hit a long home run.

ATHLETICS: Outfielder Sam Fuld was back in the clubhouse a day after being hit in the jaw by an errant throw during the Athletics’ 3-2 win over Colorado on Friday.

Fuld was running to first base hoping to avoid a double play when he was hit by a throw from Cristhian Adames, who was throwing to pitcher Eddie Butler covering first.

“He just missed the throw,” Melvin said of Butler.

ORIOLES: Catcher Matt Wieters, who underwent Tommy John surgery last June, is “unlikely” to begin the season with the team, Manager Buck Showalter said.

NATIONALS: Right-hander Stephen Strasburg was scratched from Sunday’s scheduled spring training start after injuring his left ankle during conditioning work Friday.

METS: Pitcher Matt Harvey is making good progress in a comeback from injury. In three Grapefruit League starts, he has allowed just two runs in 82/3 innings.

In that span he has eight strikeouts and only one walk. Scouts and opposing hitters have raved about the right-hander, seeing few signs that he hadn’t pitched since 2013.