Designated hitter Johnny Damon (bruised left ring finger) and first baseman Dan Johnson (sore left arm) were out of the Rays' lineup. Both could start again in the next couple of days.
In other games:
* At Toronto, Travis Snider's 10th-inning double drove in Edwin Encarnacion, and the Blue Jays beat the New York Yankees, 6-5. Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez was held out for the second straight game because of a sore left side.
* At Baltimore, Matt Wieters drove in four runs, Vladimir Guerrero hit a three-run homer, and the Orioles snapped an eight-game losing streak by defeating the Minnesota Twins, 11-0.
* At Kansas City, Alex Gordon had two hits and stretched his hitting streak to 13 games as the Royals edged the Cleveland Indians, 5-4.
* At Arlington, Texas, first baseman Mark Trumbo finished a triple shy of the cycle and drove in four runs and centerfielder Peter Bourjos also drove in four runs as the Los Angeles Angels pounded the Rangers, 15-4.
* At Oakland, Hideki Matsui's two-run double in the eighth inning broke open a close game and helped lift the Athletics to a 5-0 win over the Boston Red Sox.
* Detroit placed catcher Victor Martinez on the 15-day disabled list after he aggravated an already sore groin.
In another matter, prosecutors in Florida released documents related to Miguel Cabrera's drunken-driving case in which witnesses describe seeing a dark-colored SUV driving on the wrong side of the road on Feb. 16, when the slugger was arrested.
* White Sox pitcher Jake Peavy will miss his next minor league rehab start because of muscle tenderness and irritation in his surgically repaired right shoulder. Peavy lasted only two-thirds of an inning in a start with Double A Birmingham Monday night. *