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Jimenez improves to 13-1

| June 18, 2010 9:00 PM


Ubaldo Jimenez allowed one run on eight hits to improve to 13-1 on the season in Colorado's 5-1 victory over the Minnesota Twins on Thursday at Minneapolis.

Jimenez's earned-run average dropped to 1.15 and the 26-year-old Dominican is off to the best start by a pitcher since Roger Clemens went 14-0 in 1986.

"I don't look at stats," Jimenez said with a smile and a shrug. "I probably walk by the TV and see it, but I don't pay attention to it."

White Sox 5, Pirates 4: Mark Buehrle allowed two runs over 7 1/3 innings and visiting Chicago ran Pittsburgh's losing streak to 11 games.

Red Sox 8, Diamondbacks 5: David Ortiz hit a two-run homer, Marco Scutaro had three RBIs and Boston beat visiting Arizona.

Tigers 8, Nationals 3: Jeremy Bonderman threw seven sharp innings, Miguel Cabrera and Alex Avila hit two-run doubles and host Detroit beat Washington.

Cubs 3, Athletics 2: Kosuke Fukudome singled to start a tying rally in the eighth before driving in the winning run with another single in the ninth to lift Chicago past visiting Oakland.

Rangers 6, Marlins 4: At Miami, former Spokane Indian Ian Kinsler drove in three runs, Vladimir Guerrero hit his 15th homer and Texas rallied past Florida.

Royals 5, Astros 2: Scott Podsednik hit a three-run homer and host Kansas City beat Houston.

Braves 3, Rays 1: Jason Heyward homered and Troy Glaus drove in two runs to back seven strong innings by Tim Hudson in Atlanta's win over visiting Tampa Bay.

Phillies 7, Yankees 1: Kyle Kendrick pitched seven sharp innings, Shane Victorino homered and Philadelphia won at New York.

Mets 6, Indians 4: R.A. Dickey won his fifth straight start and visiting New York stretched its winning streak to seven games by beating Cleveland.


Reds 7, Dodgers 1: Bronson Arroyo hit the first of Cincinnati's three homers off rookie John Ely, pitched seven innings and was part of three double plays, setting up a victory over visiting Los Angeles.

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