Lloyd Moseby's single with two out in the bottom of the ninth scored Garth Iorg from second base and gave Toronto a 4-3 home victory over Minnesota.

Dave Stieb (9-5) allowed five hits in nine innings for his third victory in a row. It was his second complete game this season.

Iorg singled with two out off reliever George Frazier (5-5), moved to second on Tony Fernandez's single off Keith Atherton, and scored on Moseby's single to left.

Minnesota's Gary Gaetti hit a solo home run in the sixth, his 18th of the season, to tie the score at 3.

Indians 4, Rangers 2:

Tom Candiotti pitched a four-hitter and Brook Jacoby and Pat Tabler homered as Cleveland beat visiting Texas.

Candiotti (3-10) walked one and struck out seven in his first victory since June 5 and his second complete game of the season. The knuckleballer led the AL with 17 complete games in 1986.

The Indians, 2-7 against the Rangers this season, took a 1-0 lead in the third against Jose Guzman (8-9). Brett Butler walked, took second on Tommy Hinzo's sacrifice and scored on Joe Carter's single.

Cleveland made it 3-0 in the fourth on Jacoby's 18th homer -- one more than he had all of last season -- after Cory Snyder doubled.

Candiotti retired the first 12, then walked Pete O'Brien to start the fifth. Pete Incaviglia singled, and the runners came around on sacrifice flies by Larry Parrish and Oddibe McDowell.

The Indians went ahead, 4-2, in the seventh, chasing Guzman with a one-out homer by Tabler -- his eighth of the season and first since June 10 -- and a double by Carter.

Brewers 12, A's 5:

Greg Brock hit a three-run homer and Paul Molitor a two-run shot as Milwaukee pounded visiting Oakland.

Chris Bosio (6-2, 3-0 against the A's) allowed five runs and 10 hits but had more than enough support. He struck out nine and walked one in 7 1/3 innings.

Milwaukee erased a 2-0 deficit with four runs in the third off Joaquin Andujar (3-3). A bases-loaded balk preceded Brock's home run -- his 10th -- to right field that gave the Brewers a 4-2 advantage.

The A's cut the lead to 4-3 in the fourth on a double by Alfredo Griffin, but the Brewers countered with four more, the final two coming on Molitor's fifth homer.