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TWIN PEAKS

IGLESIAS BATS BENGALS TO VICTORY.....W, 5/24/17

>>caption:  DANIEL NORRIS GOT
STRONGER AS THE GAME WORE ON<<

@ HOUSTON, TX:

    The Tigers snapped a 3-game
losing skid with a 6-3 win at
Houston Wednesday night.

    Jose Iglesias went 3-for-4 with
3-R, a double and a 2-run homer.

    Until two 9th-INN homeruns, one for each team, none of the game's
first six runs came on basehits.

    Lefty Daniel Norris pitched into the 7th-INN for the first time since
his first start of the season, but took a no-decision.  Norris went 6.1-IP
on 98-pitches/60-strikes to give up 2-R/1-ER on 4-H & 2-W with 5-K.

    Norris retired the final 10 men he faced and Tiger pitching set down
17 in a row until there were 2-out/B-9th.

    The relief win went to Shane Greene (1-0), who retired all five Astros
he faced with 1-K.  

    The Tigers took a 2-0/T-3rd lead on Houston starter Charlie Morton
when Iglesias scored from 3Base on a wild pitc...   [ Read More... ]


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Al Kaline was the last Detroit Tiger to wear uniform #6 and his jersey number was the first to be retired by the franchise.  The Tigers didn't wear numbers on their uniforms until mandated by MLB in 1931.  Who was the first Tiger to wear #6?
Dale Alexander
Frank Doljack
Bucky Harris
Muddy Ruel
 










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  • Fan Fact

    MAY 25, 2007:     The Indians had a pair of T-1st solo homers and went to a 5-1/T-6th lead before beating the Tigers 7-4 at Comerica Park. Casey Blake (#6) and Victor Martinez (#7) both soloed for Cleveland and Josh Barfield would later add a 2rHR (#2). Craig Monroe's solo blow (#6) for the Tigers brought Detroit as close as they'd come at 5-4/B-7th. Carlos Guillen and Ivan Rodriguez were both 3-for-4 for the Tigs with Guillen getting a 3B, 2B, 2-R and 1-RBI while Pudge had 2-RBI. The starters took the decisions with Paul Byrd (5-1) getting the Cleveland win and Nate Robertson (4-4) the Detroit loss. Robertson suffered his third loss in his last four starts (1-3). Joe Borowski came on in the B-9th for the Tribe save (#15).  A Friday night sellout audience of 40,074 watched Cleveland leap-frog over the Tigers by a half game atop the AL-Central standings in the opener of a 3-game, Memorial Day weekend series.  


    POW Award

    J.D. MARTINEZ
    After missing the season's first 33 games with a foot injury, the return of J.D. Martinez has sparked an upturn in Detroit Tiger offense.  J.D.'s four homer homestand helped the Tigers to a 3-3 mark during the period of May 15th--21st, 2017.  Martinez went 7-for-18 (.389-BA) with his 4-HR, 7-R & 9-RBI plus 10 walks (.607-PBP) in the six games.  J.D. earned his first Player-Of-the-Week Award this year and ninth overall POW Award.  



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