CLEARWATER, Fla. (AP) -- Hunter Pence hit a two-run homer and Jonathan Papelbon pitched a perfect inning in his Philadelphia debut before the New York Yankees rallied for an 8-5 victory over the Phillies on Saturday.
Pence connected off New York right-hander Ivan Nova. Kevin Frandsen also homered for the Phillies.
New Phillies reliever Chad Qualls gave up a two-run homer to Cole Garner in a three-run seventh. Yankees All-Star Curtis Granderson also homered for New York.
Cole Hamels gave up a run on two doubles in the first inning, but was sharp in a scoreless second.
Nova allowed two runs in the first before retiring five of his final six batters.
Papelbon pitched a 1-2-3 fifth. He left the Boston Red Sox as a free agent, signing a four-year, $50 million contract with the Phillies.
ASTROS 3, NATIONALS 1
KISSIMMEE, Fla. (AP) -- Bryce Harper had a single in his first start for Washington, but Chris Johnson hit a two-run homer in Houston's victory.
Harper, the 19-year-old outfielder who was drafted first overall in 2010, went 1 for 3 with a hit off Astros starter Livan Hernandez in the Grapefruit League opener for both teams.
Free agent signee Edwin Jackson pitched two scoreless innings for the Nationals.
Johnson, competing for Houston's third base job after a disappointing 2011 season, hit a drive over the center field fence off Ross Detwiler in the fourth inning.
Astros catcher Jason Castro, who missed the 2011 season with a knee injury, played the first three innings.
TWINS 7, RAYS 3
FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) -- Joe Mauer, Justin Morneau and Denard Span all got hits in their spring training debuts as Minnesota beat Tampa Bay.
The three standouts are all returning from injury-plagued seasons in which they missed a combined 265 games. Span had two hits while Morneau and Mauer drove in runs.
None of the hits came against David Price. The Rays ace pitched a hitless first inning, striking out Morneau and Mauer.
Carl Pavano, set to start for the Twins on opening day, gave up a two-run homer in the first to Matt Joyce. Pavano allowed three hits in two innings.
TIGERS 2, BRAVES 0
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (AP) -- Prince Fielder went 2 for 2 and Doug Fister combined with seven pitchers to throw a one-hitter, leading Detroit over Atlanta.
Fielder, the team's big free agent signing this winter, also walked. He is 3 for 3 in a Tigers uniform, having doubled in an exhibition against Florida Southern on Friday.
Fister walked a batter in two innings, and the Tigers took a no-hitter into the eighth before Jordan Parraz singled off Chris Bootcheck.
Mike Minor pitched two innings for the Braves, allowing one hit and striking out three.
RED SOX 25, NORTHEASTERN 0
RED SOX 6, BOSTON COLLEGE 3
FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) -- Cody Ross hit two homers and Adrian Gonzalez also connected as the Red Sox hit five home runs to rout Northeastern in their first game of a doubleheader against Boston-area college teams.
Ross homered leading off the second inning and hit a grand slam in the fourth. Gonzalez hit a three-run shot in the second. Che-Hsuan Lin added a two-run homer in the fourth and Ryan Sweeney hit a three-run shot in the sixth.
Jon Lester started for the Red Sox, giving up a hit and striking out two in two innings.
The Red Sox beat Boston College 6-3 in the nightcap behind starter Felix Doubront, who pitched two scoreless innings. David Ortiz played first base and went 0 for 2.
Manager Bobby Valentine said the swelling in left fielder Carl Crawford's surgically repaired left wrist has gone down and he has good range of motion.
BLUE JAYS 7, PIRATES 1
DUNEDIN, Fla. (AP) -- Brett Lawrie hit a pair of two-run doubles and Toronto beat Pittsburgh in a spring training opener.
Eric Thames homered for the Blue Jays.
Toronto starter Brett Cecil, who was 4-11 last year after going a combined 22-11 in his first two seasons, pitched a hitless first inning. Kyle Drabek, Jim Hoey and Scott Richmond each followed with a scoreless inning before Pittsburgh nicked Danny Farquhar in the fifth for two of its three hits.
ATHLETICS 9, MARINERS 2
PEORIA, Ariz. (AP) -- Jonny Gomes and Jemile Weeks each hit a two-run homer and Oakland beat Seattle.
Gomes connected in the third off Kevin Millwood. Weeks homered in the fifth against Hong-Chih Kuo.
Carlos Peguero homered for the second straight day for Seattle. He homered against the A's in Friday's exhibition opener.
The Mariners and Athletics start the major league season March 28 with a two-game series in Tokyo.
Mariners starter Hector Noesi, acquired with catcher Jesus Montero from the New York Yankees for pitcher Michael Pineda, struck out two and walked two in two hitless innings.
Montero was out of the lineup, a day after he was hit by two foul balls and left the game.
DIAMONDBACKS (SS) 9, GIANTS 6
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) -- Chris Young and Ryan Roberts homered to help an Arizona split squad beat Tim Lincecum and San Francisco in the Cactus League opener for both teams.
The two-time Cy Young Award winner, coming off the first losing season of his career, allowed one run and four hits in two innings. He struck out two, didn't walk a hitter and threw 21 of 33 pitches for strikes.
Diamondbacks starter Josh Collmenter gave up three runs on three hits and a pair of walks in two innings.
Hector Sanchez and Brandon Belt each hit a solo home run for San Francisco.
DIAMONDBACKS (SS) 1, ROCKIES 1, 10 INNINGS
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) -- Top prospect Trevor Bauer retired all six batters he faced in his spring training debut and an Arizona split squad tied Colorado in 10 innings.
Bauer, the third overall pick in last year's draft out of UCLA, struck out two. He threw only seven pitches in the first inning.
Rockies left-hander Drew Pomeranz struck out two, walked one and allowed a hit in two scoreless innings.
Colorado catcher Ramon Hernandez had two singles in two at-bats. His second single tied the score 1-all in the fourth.
INDIANS 6, REDS 6, 9 INNINGS
GOODYEAR, Ariz. (AP) -- Scott Rolen went 2 for 2 in his return to the Cincinnati lineup.
The exhibition opener for both teams was called after nine innings.
Rolen was limited to 65 games last season. The All-Star third baseman did not play after having surgery on his left shoulder Aug. 3.
Todd Frazier helped his chances to earn a utility spot with the Reds by hitting a tying homer with one out in the bottom of the ninth. Joey Votto doubled for the Reds and Neftali Soto homered.
Michael Brantley, expected to move from left field to center to fill in for injured Grady Sizemore, doubled and singled for the Indians.