Yankees lose to Cleveland; Mondesi, Clemens injured

Saturday, July 13, 2002

CLEVELAND -- Right fielder Raul Mondesi hurt himself crashing into the wall trying to catch Omar Vizquel's RBI triple in the 10th inning, and the Indians beat the Yankees 2-1 Friday night.

The Yankees already had lost pitcher Roger Clemens to a strained right groin.

Blue Jays 5, Red Sox 0

TORONTO -- Roy Halladay outpitched Derek Lowe in a matchup of All-Stars to lead Toronto.

Mariners 2, Devil Rays 1

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Jamie Moyer pitched two-hit ball over 7 1-3 innings as the Seattle Mariners beat Tampa Bay 2-1, sending the Devil Rays to their eighth straight loss.

Athletics 1, Orioles 0

BALTIMORE -- Tim Hudson outpitched Jason Johnson, and Miguel Tejada drove in the game's lone run in the first inning as the Oakland Athletics beat the Orioles.

Angels 11, Royals 3

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Kevin Appier beat his former team for the fourth time in four career starts for the Angels.

Tigers 2, White Sox 1

DETROIT -- Mark Redman pitched six innings to help the Tigers past the White Sox.

Twins 4, Rangers 3

MINNEAPOLIS -- Jacque Jones hit a two-out single in the the 11th to lift the Twins.

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Cubs 5, Marlins 4

CHICAGO -- Florida center fielder Preston Wilson ran into the ivy-covered wall with two outs in the 16th inning and dropped pinch-hitter Angel Echevarria's fly ball, giving the Cubs awin.

Braves 8, Expos 3

MONTREAL -- Rookie Henry Mateo, making his first start of the season in place of Gold Glove shortstop Orlando Cabrera, made a three-base throwing error in the ninth inning for the Braves.

Astros 6, Reds 3

HOUSTON -- Daryle Ward homered and drove in three runs to help lead the Houston Astros over the Reds.

Phillies 9, Mets 8

NEW YORK -- Pat Burrell hit another home run against the Mets and Scott Rolen also connected for thePhillies.

Pirates 9, Brewers 2

MILWAUKEE -- Brian Giles, Kevin Young and Jack Wilson each hit two-run homers as the Pirates cruised.-- From wire reports

-- From wire reports

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