Both teams auditioned relievers with mixed results. Homers by
Alcides Escobar and Kila Ka'aihue helped Kansas City to a 7-4 lead.
Sean O'Sullivan gave up three runs in the eighth and the
game-winner in the ninth after Tim Collins, Louis Coleman and Aaron
Crow held Cleveland to one run over the middle 4 1-3 innings.
Escobar, a slick-fielding shortstop acquired from Milwaukee as
part of the trade for former Cy Young winner Zack Greinke, has four
homers this spring. Ka'aihue hit his fifth homer, and got three
hits to raise his average to .400.