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TORONTO - Shea Hillenbrand homered, stole home and drove in three to lead Toronto to an 8-5 victory over the Yankees on Saturday.
Randy Johnson lasted just four innings, allowing six runs (five earned). The left-hander, 41, also gave up six runs in his last start.
"Every year you have a couple of bad games, but this year has been very frustrating," he said. "The lack of consistency and what I expect every fifth day has been few and far between."
Johnson walked his first batter and hit the next. Hillenbrand then hit a run-scoring single, and Aaron Hill followed with another to make it 2-0.
Up 4-3, Hillenbrand led off the third with a single, went to second on Hill's infield single and to third on a fielder's choice. He stole home when Johnson tried to pick off Alex Rios at first. Hillenbrand broke for the plate, and first baseman Jason Giambi threw the ball into Toronto's dugout.
"Seeing the situation, I just took a gamble," he said. "It might be a little bit out of the norm, but every run against Randy is huge."
Up 6-4, Vernon Wells singled with two outs in the sixth. Hillenbrand then homered to left-center.
TWINS 4, RED SOX 3: Mike Timlin threw wildly to first on a sacrifice bunt in the ninth for host Minnesota's winning run. Down 3-0 in the sixth, the Twins tied it on Joe Mauer's bases-loaded, two-run single and Matthew LeCroy's single.
Michael Cuddyer led off the ninth with a single and went to second when third baseman Bill Mueller bounced his throw past first. Nick Punto bunted the next pitch to Timlin, who threw past Roberto Petagine.
WHITE SOX 4, MARINERS 2: Mark Buehrle allowed seven hits and no walks to outduel Jamie Moyer for host Chicago. Ichiro Suzuki led off the game with an infield single to end a career-worst 0-for-22 slump. Willie Bloomquist also singled, but Buehrle retired the next three batters.
Scott Podsednik led off Chicago's first with a hard grounder down the third-base line that slipped under the glove of Adrian Beltre for an error. He went to second on Tadahito Iguchi's grounder, stole third and scored on Aaron Rowand's single to shallow center. Paul Konerko then homered to left on a 1-and-2 pitch.
A'S 16, ROYALS 1: Rookie Dan Johnson homered for the fourth consecutive game for visiting Oakland, which has won 16 of 18. Johnson gave the A's a 1-0 lead in the fourth. Then up 7-0, Oakland scored eight in the seventh, capped by Nick Swisher's three-run homer.
INDIANS 4, TIGERS 2: Jake Westbrook struck out five of his first seven and won his fourth consecutive start for visiting Cleveland. The Indians scored their first three runs with two outs. In the first, singles by Victor Martinez and Ben Broussard made it 2-0. Grady Sizemore's triple in the fourth scored Casey Blake, who singled with two outs.
RANGERS 10, ORIOLES 3: David Dellucci hit a grand slam for host Texas. Orioles starter Daniel Cabrera struck out the side in the first but gave up two singles to start the second. He then walked the next three batters, including Gary Matthews and Sandy Alomar with the bases loaded, on 3-and-2 pitches. On another 3-and-2 pitch, Dellucci's sent a homer to left for a 6-0 lead.