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>>caption:  JD WENT DEEP<<


    J.D. Martinez launched a
1-out/T-9th 3rHR (#19) bomb
into the CField trees to give
the Tigers a 4-2 comeback win
at Cleveland Tuesday night.

    Detroit has won 16 of its last
21 visits to Progressive Field.

    The 76-62 Tigers stayed a
half game back of AL-Central leading Kansas City.

    The Indians took a 2-0 advantage when Carlos Santana sliced an
opposite field 2rHR (#23) to the front platform above the RField tunnel
with 2-out/B-1st.

    Starters Carlos Carrasco of Cleveland and Kyle Lobstein of Detroit each
went 5.1-IP and both set new MLB career-highs of 10-K. Lobstein's strikeout
total, in his third big league game, was even better than anything he posted
at 3A Toledo this year.

    After the T-1st the Tigers had repeated threats against Carrasco, who
allowed 10-H & 1-W, but he used the strikeout pitch to avoid disaster.
    In th...   [ Read More... ]

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  • TIGERS 4, Cleveland 2

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    Today's Events

    Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014
  • TIGERS @ Cleveland

  • Fan Fact

    SEPTEMBER 3, 2013:     Max Scherzer failed for a second straight start to win #20 on the year as Boston edged the Tigers 2-1 at Fenway Park. Scherzer's last road loss was on 7/30/2012, also at Boston. In this contest the Tigers took an early 1-0/T-2nd lead on an RBI double to CField by former Red Soxer Jose Iglesias which scored Omar Infante from 2Base. Scherzer started out great in this one by striking out the side in the B-1st and retiring 13 of the first 14 BoSox batters including 6-K.   Both the runs off Scherzer came in the B-5th. After the Tigers left the bases loaded in the T-5th, Boston put runners at second and third with 1-out/B-5th when Jonny Gomes singled and Stephen Drew hit a ground rule double to the back of the RCField bullpen. Scherzer struck-out David Ross swinging, but Will Middlebrooks sent a groundball single to CField to plate both runners for a 2-1 BoSox margin. Scherzer went 7-IP plus two batters in the T-8th on 111-pitches/70-strikes. Scherzer surrendered 2-R/2-ER on 5-H, 3-W & 1-HBP with 8-K. Red Sox starter Jon Lester (W, 13-8) was better, throwing 7-IP on 111-pitches/81-strikes to scatter 8-H with no walks and a season-high 9-K. Detroit went out in order in the T-9th with BoSox closer Koji Uehara (Sv#17) getting 2-Ks.  

    POW Award

    Entering September the Tigers have used 11 different starting pitchers this season, a far cry from the six Detroit needed in 2013. The spot starter spot has been a problem for Detroit, but not so during an AUG 30TH day-night doubleheader at Chicago. After spending most of the year at 2A Erie, but coming up from 3A Toledo, lefty Kyle Ryan made the most of his one day promotion to the majors. Ryan, who went to high school just 10 miles from the Tigertown complex in Lakeland, FLA,  pitched six shutout innings in his big league debut to get the victory in an 8-4 nightcap decision over the White Sox. Ryan earned his first ever Player-Of-the-Week (POW) Award for the period of August 25th--31st, 2014.

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