COLUMBUS -- Every Mud Hens starter had at least one hit as Toledo scored runs in five different innings to beat the Clippers 10-3 on Thursday.
The Mud Hens scored three times in the first as Ryan Raburn hit a two-run homer, his second home run in as many days, and Danny Worth had an RBI single.
After Columbus scored twice in the second, the Hens got three in the third thanks to a bases-loaded walk, a sacrifice fly, and a run-scoring double by Justin Henry.
Diaz singled in Worth in the fifth, and Toledo got two more in the sixth thanks to an RBI groundout by Worth and a run-scoring single by Diaz.
After Columbus scored in the sixth, the Hens got that run back in the seventh as John Lindsey and Ben Guez posted back-to-back doubles.
Brooks Brown earned the win by allowing five hits and one walk in six innings while striking out seven. Al Alburquerque and Matt Hoffman combined to allow just one baserunner while fanning five in the final three frames.
NOTES: Before the game the Tigers ended Alburquerque's rehab assignment, took him off the disabled list, and optioned him to the Mud Hens. To make room for him on the 40-man roster, Detroit designated Thad Weber for assignment and Weber was claimed by San Diego.