Ryan Raburn hit his third homer in two days as the Indians beat Cincinnati, 13-10, Saturday in a Cactus League game at Goodyear Ballpark.

Raburn, in camp on a minor league deal, is trying to make as a utility player. He was Detroit's starting second baseman last year until he fall on hard times. He can play second, third and left and right field.

On Friday, Raburn hit a solo homer against the Reds and added a two-run shot in the seventh inning Saturday. Raburn added another two-run homer in the ninth after the Reds had made it a one-run game with a run in the eighth.

Brett Myers started and pitched two innings in his debut for the Tribe. He signed a one-year $7 million deal in January to fill a spot in the manager Terry Francona's roster.