Sam Horn drove in six runs, including a two-run triple in the 10th inning Saturday that led the Baltimore Orioles to a 10-7 victory over the Texas Rangers at Port Charlotte, Fla.

Joe Orsulak doubled off Joe Bitker to start the 10th, Cal Ripken walked and Horn followed with his second triple of the game. Horn had not had a triple in 519 major league at-bats.After going hitless in his first three at-bats, Horn hit a bases-loaded triple to tie the game 6-6 in the sixth. Horn also had a run-scoring single in the eighth.

Steve Buechele drove in four runs for Texas with a bases-loaded triple in the second and a run-scoring single in the fourth.

Former Ranger Paul Kilgus pitched two innings and Roy Smith pitched a perfect 10th inning for the save.

Twins 6, Red Sox 5, 10 innings

At Fort Myers, Fla., Chuck Knoblauch hit a two-out single to score the winning run in the 10th inning.

Terry Jorgensen, batting .353 this spring, opened the 10th with a single off Tony Fossas. Al Newman and J.T. Bruett sacrificed before Knoblauch, who had gone 0-for-5, singled sharply to right field. It gave the Twins their eighth victory in 10 games.

White Sox 7, Yankees 0

At Sarasota, Fla., Steve Howe's comeback bid was dealt a setback when he gave up five runs in the seventh inning.

Cory Snyder led off the inning with a wind-aided home run for a 1-0 lead. Sammy Sosa doubled one out later and scored on Scott Fletcher's single.

Mets 7, Blue Jays 1

At Toronto, Wally Whitehurt, trying for a spot in the Mets' starting rotation, allowed one run in four innings in his first start of the spring.

Howard Johnson and Charlie O'Brien homered off Dave Stieb in the three-run second inning as New York gained a split of the two-game series in the SkyDome. Kevin McReynold's added a two-run homer in the eighth off Ravelo Manzanillo.

Pirates 6, Phillies 4

At Clearwater, Fla., Joe Redfield hit a two-run single in the ninth inning for Pittsburgh.

Jose Lind singled to open the inning and took second on pinch-hitter Tom Price's sacrifice. Joe Boever struck out Gary Redus and walked Jay Bell and Steve Carter to load the bases before Redfield's single.

Expos 2, Dodgers * 0

At West Palm Beach, Fla., Marquis Grissom hit a run-scoring single and Nikco Riesco added a sacrifice as Montreal ended a five-game losing streak.

Dodgers * 3, Industriales 1

At Monterrey, Mexico, Henry Rodriguez and Lenny Harris homered and Jim Neidlinger, Dave Walsh and Jim Gott combined on a three-hitter.

It was the first time a major league team played in Mexico since 1964 and a crowd of 27,000 attended the doubleheader.

Royals 4, Reds 2, 4 1/2 innings

At Haines City, Fla., George Brett hit a three-run homer off Tom Browning in the third inning of the rain-shortened game.

Bret Saberhagen, who got the victory, allowed seven hits and one unearned run in four innings, striking out five and walking one.

Cardinals 7, Tigers 3

At St. Petersburg, Fla., Todd Zeile broke out of a 2-for-14 slump with two doubles and a single.

Jose DeLeon gave up three runs and four hits in the first inning, but gave yp only two more hits over the next three innings. Winner Mike Perez pitched two innings and Lee Smith gave up a hit in the final two innings.

Angels 6, Indians 2

At Tucson, Ariz., Luis Sojo had four hits and drove in two runs for California.

Chuck Finley allowed two runs and four hits in four innings. Mark Eichhorn, Scott Bailes and Bryan Harvey finished with shutout relief.

Athletics 2, Giants 1

At Phoenix, Brad Komminsk, an outfielder with an outside chance of making the Athletics' roster, hit a two-run double with two outs in the eighth inning.

Cubs 6, Mariners 3

At Tempe, Ariz., Scott Bankhead was tagged for five first-inning runs, including Chico Walker's two-run homer and Domingo Ramos' two-run single.

Greg Maddux gave up five hits in five innings for the victory, getting out of a two-outs, bases-loaded jam in the fifth by striking out Alvin Davis.

Padres 5, Brewers * 3

At Chandler, Ariz., Jim Vatcher broke a sixth-inning tie with a run-scoring single as San Diego won its fourth straight and Milwaukee (1-10) lost its sixth straight.

Tony Gwynn had three hits and Larry Andersen gained the victory with 1 2-3 innings of scoreless relief.