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DETROIT -- Pinch-hitter Mark Reynolds' RBI single to left with two out in the 10th inning Sunday scored Carlos Santana from second base to give the Cleveland Indians a 4-3 victory over the Detroit Tigers.

It seemed the Tigers were out of a jam when drawn-in shortstop Jhonny Peralta threw out Asdrubal Cabrera at the plate trying to score on Michael Bourn's slow topped roller to shallow short.

But Reynolds, who did not start simply because he was in line for a break, grounded a 1-2 pitch to left to drive in the winning run off Darin Downs (0-1) and give Cleveland wins in two of the three games in the weekend series.

Joe Smith (1-0) worked a scoreless ninth to pick up the win, Rich Hill got two outs in the 10th and Cody Allen earned his first save for getting the last out of the 10th.

Micheal Brantley's two-out line single to left off Detroit closer Jose Valverde in the bottom of the ninth tied the score 3-3.

Pinch-hitter Michael Bourn walked to lead off the inning and stole second off Valverde. Valverde got the next two outs but walked pinch-hitter Jason Giambi before Brantley lined a 1-1 fastball to left. It was the first hit off Valverde in his six appearances this year.

Omar Infante's tiebreaking, fourth-inning sacrifice fly gave Detroit a 3-2 lead it protected with three relievers until the ninth.

Rick Porcello gave up a two-run double to Jason Kipnis in the third and a critical double play bailed him out of a jam in the sixth.

A leadoff double and two one-out walks loaded the bases for Cleveland, but Porcello got Asdrubal Cabrera to hit into a double play, with second baseman Infante snagging his scalded one-hop liner right above shoulder level and turning it into the inning-ending play.

The tiebreaking run in the fourth was unearned as a result of Lonnie Chisenhall throwing away Jhonny Peralta's grounder, which allowed him to reach second. Brayan Pena bounced a single up the middle that caromed sharply off the second-base bag, sending Peralta to third. He scored on a sacrifice fly by Infante off starter Zach McAllister.

The Indians had tied it on a two-run double in the third by Kipnis, a hit that sliced into the left-field corner. Yan Gomes had singled with one out and Brantley singled with two out.

Pena's two-run homer in the second gave the Tigers a brief 2-0 lead. Don Kelly singled leading off, was forced at second and scored on Pena's second home run of the season. He normally would play against a left-handed pitcher but got the start as manager Jim Leyland decided to rest Alex Avila in a day game that followed a night game.

NOTES: A day game after a night game is a favored time for managers to rest regulars, and both Cleveland and Detroit used Sunday to do so. Indians manager Terry Francona rested Michael Bourn, with Drew Stubbs playing center and Michael Brantley assuming the leadoff role. Nick Swisher remained at cleanup but as the DH and not in right field while Carlos Santana played first with Gomes catching and Mark Reynolds not starting. Ryan Raburn played right in place of Swisher. Leyland rested Austin Jackson, bothered by a tight right hamstring, and played Kelly in center with Andy Dirks leading off. Pena started over Avila behind the plate. ... "He didn't have good command of his fastball," Leyland said of Saturday starter Justin Verlander, who walked five in a loss to Cleveland. "That's OK. That's allowed. He had a bad start. You can't expect players to do the job every time." ... The Indians will have to make a roster move, probably with a relief pitcher, when they call up right-hander Trevor Bauer to start Monday's second game against New York. ... The Tigers' ninth-place hitters, principally Infante, were hitting a league-best .321. ... The bases-loaded walk that Jason Giambi drew Saturday night was the 24th of his career, but only the third issued by Verlander in his career.