The Detroit Tigers led 5-0 on Saturday night.
YANKEES 5, RED SOX 4: At New York, Aaron Hicks awoke a dormant offense with a two-run homer that sparked a five-run eighth inning, then threw out a runner at third in the ninth inning to help Aroldis Chapman get out of trouble and helped New York stop Boston's winning streak at eight. But in the ninth inning, the end came quickly: Mikie Mahtook stroked a single into right field on Belisle's third pitch.
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Mahtook doubled and Justin Upton singled with one out in the first off Twins starter Jose Berrios - who had given up five, first-inning runs in his previous start and won.
After Martinez walked to load the bases, McCann jumped on a first-pitch, off-speed offering and pounded it over the fence in left.
McCann doubled to open the fourth for Detroit and eventually scored when Iglesias hit into a forceout at second, pulling the Tigers within a run at 7-6. The Twins racked up 19 hits with Joe Mauer going deep and driving in five while Eddie Rosario and Byron Buxton each homered and knocked in two runs apiece.
Cabrera, acquired by Kansas City on July 30, homered with one out off Aaron Bummer (1-3) and drove in Lorenzo Cain, who led off the inning with a walk, and Chris Beck.
Tigers starter Jordan Zimmermann allowed seven runs and eight hits in 3 1/3 innings, while Berrios gave up six runs and six hits in 3 1/3 innings. His RBI in the eighth gave him a career-high five RBIs.
Shane Greene (3-2) pitched one inning for the win. Detroit has dropped six of its past seven games.
NOTES: Tigers 3B Nicholas Castellanos will begin taking fly balls in right field to see if that's a viable option for 2018, manager Brad Ausmus said. OF JIm Adduci was sent back to the Mud Hens.