• Don Kelly, a non-roster invitee trying to win back his utility position, tripled with one out in the fourth inning against the Yankees on Saturday and scored on a sacrifice fly.
"He's played well. He's a versatile player," said bench coach Gene Lamont, who managed the split squad. "You put him out there, he's going to play good. It doesn't matter where it's at. He's been an important part of our team for a while. Everybody roots for him."
• Newly retired Baltimore Ravens linebacker and two-time Super Bowl winner Ray Lewis, a native of Lakeland, Fla., threw out a ceremonial first pitch on Saturday. He received a largely positive ovation, but a few rival Pittsburgh fans stuck to their rivalry with some boos.
• The Tigertown reunion weekend began on Friday night with a dinner, followed by a youth clinic on Saturday attended by more than 80 former Tigers players. Among those in attendance was Gary "Earthquake" Bond, the winning pitcher in Jim Leyland's first managerial victory.