CLEVELAND — Carlos Carrasco, the Cleveland Indians’ No. 2 starting pitcher, broke his right hand when hit by a line drive off the bat of Detroit’s Ian Kinsler on the second pitch of Saturday’s 1-0, 10-inning win over the Tigers.

Cleveland, which opened an eight-game lead over second-place Detroit, said Carrasco sustained a non-displaced fracture of his pitching hand. The Indians did not provide a timetable for his recovery.

Jose Ramirez hit a winning single with the bases loaded in the 10th against Justin Wilson (4-5).

Tigers starter Justin Verlander allowed one hit in seven innings – Kipnis’ leadoff single in the sixth.

RAYS 5, ORIOLES 2: Evan Longoria homered, tripled and scored three runs to help Tampa Bay win at Baltimore, blunting the Orioles’ playoff push.

The Orioles have lost two of three to the last-place Rays in a series that ends Sunday. Longoria has homered in each of the three games and has a career-high 35 for the season.

Baltimore ace Chris Tillman (16-6) had a one-hitter and a 2-1 lead after five innings, but he failed to get out of the sixth.

ATHLETICS 11, RANGERS 2: Joey Wendle led off the game with his first major league homer for Oakland, Marcus Semien also went deep against Yu Darvish and the visiting Athletics beat AL-best Texas.

Darvish (5-5) matched a career high by allowing seven runs in just five innings.

ASTROS 2, MARINERS 1: Yuli Gurriel hit a two-run single and Mike Fiers pitched six scoreless innings to lead Houston to a win at Seattle.

ROYALS 3, WHITE SOX 2: Jarrod Dyson had two hits, scored a run and stole a base in Jason Vargas’ first start in 14 months, and Kansas City won at home to snap a five-game losing streak.


BREWERS 11, CUBS 3: Ryan Braun went deep twice to reach 30 homers for the sixth time, Chris Carter hit a grand slam off the Wrigley Field video board and Milwaukee routed the NL Central champions in Chicago.

Braun had five RBI, including a pair of two-run homers. Domingo Santana added a solo shot and Scooter Gennett doubled twice.

BRAVES 7, NATIONALS 3: Nick Markakis and Anthony Recker each drove in two runs and Josh Collmenter won as an emergency starter in Atlanta’s victory at home.

Collmenter (2-0), acquired Wednesday from the Chicago Cubs, struck out eight in five innings and allowed two runs.

DODGERS 6, DIAMONDBACKS 2: Rookie Brock Stewart pitched five effective innings and the Dodgers bullpen took over from there as the NL West leaders won at Phoenix.

Joc Pederson hit a two-run homer, his seventh in 13 games against Arizona this season.

PIRATES SWEEP REDS: Sean Rodriguez homered in both games, and Andrew McCutchen had a bases-loaded single as Pittsburgh beat host Cincinnati 7-3 in the late game for a doubleheader sweep.

In the first game, Jameson Taillon pitched five innings and singled to drive in a run for the first time during a 10-4 win.

PHILLIES 8, MARLINS 0: Jeremy Hellickson pitched a three-hitter and A.J. Ellis had a three-run double to lead host Philadelphia over fading Miami.

Miami, which began the day five games back for the NL’s second wild card, trailed by seven runs in the second inning.


METS 3, TWINS 2: Curtis Granderson hit a solo home run with two outs in the 12th inning after connecting for a tying shot in the 11th, lifting host New York over Minnesota.