CHICAGO - Chien-Ming Wang held Chicago to one run in seven innings and Melky Cabrera and Jorge Posada homered as the New York Yankees beat the White Sox, 8-1, to earn a split of a day-night doubleheader.

In the first game, rookie John Danks outpitched Mike Mussina and A.J. Pierzynski hit a tie-breaking homer in the sixth inning as Chicago won, 5-3.

Paul Konerko also homered for Chicago, and Bobby Abreu and Josh Phelps connected for the Yankees in the makeup of Tuesday night's rainout at U.S. Cellular Field.

Pierzynski, moved into the No. 3 slot in the batting order of the White Sox' struggling offense, hit his sixth homer to put the White Sox ahead, 3-2. One out later, Jermaine Dye doubled, Rob Mackowiak was hit by a pitch and Joe Crede delivered an RBI single to finish Mussina (2-2).

Tadahito Iguchi's sacrifice fly to left off Luis Vizcaino scored Mackowiak, whose slide beat a strong throw from Melky Cabrera, making it 5-2.

Mussina gave up eight hits and five runs in 51/3 innings. Danks (2-4) won his second straight start. Acquired in an offseason trade with Texas, the lefty surrendered seven hits and two runs in 61/3 innings, walking two and striking out a career-high seven.

Phelps homered off David Aardsma in the eighth.

Lefthander Matt Thornton came on to get the final four outs to record his first save in four chances.

In the nightcap, Hideki Matsui stroked a two-run double in the third, and Bobby Abreu's RBI single was followed by Derek Jeter's RBI triple in the seventh to make the score 4-1.

Matsui added a two-run single and Cabrera and Posada hit solo homers as the Yankees put the game away with a four-run ninth.

Indians 7, Twins 1

CLEVELAND - C.C. Sabathia pitched eight sharp innings and Trot Nixon drove in three runs to lead Cleveland over Minnesota.

Sabathia (6-1) allowed five hits, struck out five, walked one and hit a batter. Minnesota's only run came on Nick Punto's single in the second.

Grady Sizemore, who has six hits in his last nine at-bats, scored three runs and stole two bases for Cleveland. He has been successful in all 14 of his steal attempts this season.

Twins starter Carlos Silva (2-4) allowed five runs in six innings.

Blue Jays 2, Orioles 1

TORONTO - A.J. Burnett pitched a three-hitter with 10 strikeouts, Troy Glaus singled home the go-ahead run and Toronto beat Baltimore for its first three-game sweep of the season.

Burnett (4-3) walked two in his 17th career complete game and first since Sept. 2 at Boston.

Baltimore wasted a credible outing by Brian Burres (1-2) and lost its fifth straight, matching its longest skid of the year.

Devil Rays 11, Rangers 8

KISSIMMEE, Fla. - Carl Crawford tripled with the bases loaded and Delmon Young also drove in three runs to lead Tampa Bay over Texas at Walt Disney World.

Sammy Sosa moved closer to becoming the fifth player with 600 career homers, hitting No. 597 in the fourth inning for the Rangers, who led by 6-4 before the Devil Rays scored six runs in the fifth - the last three on Crawford's third triple of the season.

Sosa's two-run, opposite-field shot off left-hander Casey Fossum (3-3) was his ninth homer of the year and extended his major league record for most ballparks homered in to 45. Victor Diaz and Mark Teixeira also homered for Texas.

BOSTON - The game between the Detroit Tigers and Boston Red Sox scheduled for last night was postponed because of rain. It was called about 15 minutes before it was supposed to begin.

The game will be made up today as part of a day-night doubleheader. The first game will begin at 12:35 p.m. and the night game will be at 7:05 p.m.