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LOWRIE GRANNY TOPS TIGERS.....T, 9/19/17

>>caption:  JED LOWRIE HAD A
G-SLAM & 5-RBIs FOR THE A's<<

@ COMERICA PARK:

    Jed Lowrie belted an opposite
way Grand Slam (HR#14) to the
RField seats with none out in the
T-8th to lift Oakland over the
Tigers 9-8 Tuesday night.

    Lowrie also had a T-3rd RBI
double to give the Athletics a 3-0 lead.  Lowrie was 3-for-5 with 2-R & 5-RBI,
giving him 8-RBI in the first two games of the 3-game series.

    Fifth of seven Tiger pitchers, Alex Wilson entered the game in the
T-7th with the bases loaded and one out.  Wilson allowed only one of
the three inherited runners to score on a rare error by SStop Jose
Iglesias.  However, Wilson then loaded the bases himself in the T-8th
by allowing a trio of singles and served up Lowrie's Granny to take the
loss (2-5).  

    Trailing by that 3-0 score early, the Tigers tied and went ahead during
a 4-R/B-5th taking 6-3 and 8-4 leads.

    Alex Presley wen...   [ Read More... ]


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  • Fan Fact

    SEPTEMBER 20, 2008:     Shin-Soo Choo and Asdrubal Cabrera both delivered 2-out, two-run singles in the B-4th and B-7th to give Cleveland a 3-run lead each time. The Indians defeated Detroit 6-3 to clinch the season series with the Tigers. The Indians evened their season record at 77-&-77 and the Tigers' 82nd loss assured Detroit of its first losing season since 2005. Curtis Granderson's 2rHR (#20) in the T-7th briefly got the Tigers within 4-3. Detroit starter Justin Verlander allowed 4-R/4-ER in 4-IP to take the loss (10-17). Verlander, winless in his last five overall starts (0-4, 1-ND), fell for the fifth time in six 2008 starts vs Cleveland. J-V's 17 defeats led the majors. Tribe starter Jeremy Sowers earned the win (4-8) and Jenson Lewis struggled through the T-9th for the save (#11). Detroit lost for the eighth time in nine games.  


    POW Award

    MATTHEW BOYD
    The Tiger lefty came within one out of the eighth No-Hitter in Tiger history on SEPT 17TH in Detroit's 12-0 Comerica Park win over the White Sox.  Boyd retired the first eight Chicago batters before issuing a 5-pitch, 2-out/T-3rd walk to onetime Tiger Rob Brantley.  Boyd set down the next 18 Soxers until Tim Anderson stroked a 2-out/T-9th double to RCField to end the No-No bid.  Boyd then got the last out for his first big league complete game on a career-high 121-pitches with 5-K.  Boyd earned his first win since July 29TH, his first victory in 10 starts (5-L, 4-ND).  In his previous start at Cleveland on SEPT 12TH Boyd was good too, allowing 1-R/1-ER in 5-IP on 6-H & 1-W with 5-K, but taking the defeat when he received no offensive support in a 2-0 decision against the streaking Indians.  Boyd is our Player-Of-the-Week Award winner for the period of September 11th--17th, 2017, his first POW Award this year and second overall.  



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