Cecil Fielder hit a three-run home run at his former home park as a touring team of major leaguers defeated a team of Japanese all-stars 10-5, their first victory in five games of an eight-game series. Fielder tied the game at 5-5 with his eighth-inning blast before a crowd of 32,000 at Koshien Stadium Tuesday, where he played for the Hanshin Tigers in 1989. Fielder led the major leagues with 51 homers for the Detroit Tigers this season. New York Yankees outfielder Jesse Barfield added a two-run homer as the major leaguers scored five runs in the inning. They scored three more runs in the ninth when Seattle's Ken Griffey Jr. hit a two-run homer and Pittsburgh's Barry Bonds added a solo shot. Rob Dibble of Cincinnati and Bobby Thigpen of the Chicago White Sox combined to shut out the Japanese on six hits in the last three innings.