|Bautista: 3-4, HR 2 RBI|
|Arencibia: 3R Homer|
Following the Arencibia blast, Toronto's Luis Perez and Sergio Santos put three Cleveland batters down in order to end the game.
Toronto had scored just one run - on Bautista's homer - before they rallied for three runs in the ninth inning to tie the game. The Indians scored four second-inning runs off starter Ricky Romero but failed to find home plate for the rest of the game as a parade of seven Toronto pitchers held them scoreless for the next 14 innings.
|Halladay: 8IP, 2H, 5K|
Halladay worked over the Pittsburgh Pirates for eight innings, allowing just two hits while striking out five without issuing a walk and Jonathan Papelbon got his first National League save with a hitless ninth as the visiting Phillies topped the Pirates, 1-0.
The Phillies scratched out their lone run in the seventh inning when Carlos Ruiz got Ty Wiggington home with a sacrifice fly.
Of five National League openers, only the Mets and Reds won at home. The Phillies joined the Dodgers and the Nationals as road victors.