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ROYALS KNOCK TIGERS BACK INTO LOSS COLIMN.....W, 6/28/17

>>caption:  MIGUEL CABRERA
HOMERED FOR A SECOND STRAIGHT
GAME AND FOR THE THIRD TIME
IN SIX<<

@ COMERICA PARK:

    Light-hitting Alex Gordon
(.188-BA entering game) was
2-for-4 with a double and 3-RBI
while Salvador Perez and Mike
Moustakas hit back-to-back homers in a 4-R/T-4th as the Royals ended
the modest two-game Tiger winning string in an 8-2 Wednesday night
decision.

    Perez was 2-for-5, also adding an RBI double in a 2-R/T-9th to
likewise collect 3-RBI.  

    The loss by Detroit (34-43) was the 9th in the last 11 games.

    Both Tiger runs came on opposite field solo homeruns.  Alex Avila
(#11) went to the LField seats to make it 5-1/B-4th.  Miguel Cabrera
(#10) sent a line drive to the RField seats for a 5-2 score in the B-6th.

    Tiger starter Daniel Norris (L, 4-6) was kayoed early after 3.2-IP,
allowing 5-R/5-ER on 8-H & 1-W with 3-K.

    Gordon's RBI single in the T-3rd...   [ Read More... ]


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The Detroit Tigers signed 2Bman Mike Ilitch to a professional contract after he'd played for both Detroit Cooley High School and the US Marines teams.  Before a leg injury derailed his big league dreams, Ilitch's best pro performance was with Detroit's Tampa farm club in the Florida Instructional League.  What did the future Tiger owner bat for Tampa in 1954?
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  • Fan Fact

    JUNE 29, 2016:     The first six Tigers reached base in the B-1st and four of them scored, the beginning of a Wednesday matinee 10-3 rout vs Miami at Comerica Park.  Detroit earned a two-game series sweep from the Marlins to conclude a 6-3 homestand.  The Tigers took all four inter-league meetings with Miami this season.  Victor Martinez stroked a "beat the shift" 2-run single into RField, Justin Upton had an up-the-middle RBI single and Jarrod Saltalamacchia a sac-fly to give Detroit its 4-0/B-1st bulge.  Later the Tigers added three solo homers.  Miguel Cabrera blasted a B-4th shot (#18, 2nd in two games) some 459-feet off the LCField brick wall for a 6-2 score.  Steven Moya (#4) and Saltalamacchia (#8) went back-to-back in the B-5th to near identical spots in the lower RField seats, just left of the service tunnel, to make it 8-2.  Cabrera was 3-for-4 and a HBP with 2-R & 3-RBI.  Saltalamacchia went 3-for-3 including a double with 1-R & 2-RBI.  Three other Tigers had 2-H each. The win went to Tiger starter Daniel Norris (1-0), who was touched for a 2-R/T-2nd as he yielded 8-H & 1-W in his 5-IP on 100-pitches.  Norris posted his new MLB career-high of 8-K.  Martin Prado was 4-for-5 with 1-R for the Marlins.  Ichiro Suzuki and Chris Johnson both went 2-for-5 with 1-RBI.  Ichiro's pair of hits gave him 2,988, a dozen shy of the magic 3,000 career mark.  Adeiny Hechavarria had an RBI triple.  The loss went to Miami starter Tom Koehler (6-7), who suffered through a 46-pitch B-1st and gave up 5-R/5-ER in his 3-IP on 90-pitches.


    POW Award

    ANIBAL SANCHEZ
    There were few things to be happy about in a 1-&-6 west coast road trip that extended Detroit's losing skid to eight games before a Sunday, JUN 25TH win at San Diego.  One hopeful sign was the performance of RHP Anibal Sanchez.  In his first starts since recall from 3A Toledo, Sanchy took a pair of no-decisions June 19th at Seattle and June 24th at San Diego.  In those games Sanchez went a combined 11-IP to allow 4-R/3-ER (2.45-ERA) on 7-H, 3-W & 2-HBP with 9-K.  He was especially good against the Padres permitting 2-R/1-ER on 2-H, 0-W & 1-HBP with 4-K.  Sanchez earned his first Player-Of-the-Week Award this year and his second POW Award overall.



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