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TRIBE WILD ABOUT ANIBAL.....W, 4/16/14

>>caption:  SANCHEZ HAD A ROUGH START<<

@ COMERICA PARK:

    Anibal Sanchez had early control trouble
and he and the Tigers never recovered
in falling to Cleveland 3-2 on a cold
Wednesday night in Downtown Detroit.
    Sanchez walked the first three batters of
the ballgame and at that point his ball/strike ratio was 12-4. Sanchez
completely turned that around to tabulate an impressive 61-strikes &
43-balls, but departed early after 5-IP due to his high pitch count.
    Sanchez (L, 0-1) allowed 3-R/2-ER on only 2-H but 4-W with 8-K.
Sanchez finished by retiring 12 of the last 13 Indians he faced and
struck-out the side in the T-4th.
    The three free passes before a man was retired in the T-1st only
cost Sanchez one run on a double play grounder by Carlos Santana.
    An error by Miguel Cabrera and a walk to Dale Murphy started the
T-2nd. Yan Gomes drove in both runners with a triple to the RCField...   [ Read More... ]


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The Tigers went 15-4 against the Indians in 2013 to tie Detroit's record for most wins against one team in a single season since divisional play began in 1969. What team did the Tigers beat 15 times in 18 meetings to originally set that record?
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  • Fan Fact

    APRIL 17, 1945:     Sig Jakucki of the Browns and Hal Newhouser of the Tigers drew the Opening Day mound assignments as the Brownies beat Detroit 7-1 at Sportsman's Park III in St. Louis. This contest featured the MLB debut of one-armed St. Louis OFielder Pete Gray, who went 1-for-4 at the plate with a single off Detroit reliever Les Mueller. The victory gave the Browns an MLB record of nine consecutive O-Day victories, a mark later matched by the 1975--83 New York Mets. Detroit would recover from this disappointment. The Tigers went on to win the 1945 American League pennant and the World Series championship.


    POW Award

    RILEY SHEAHAN
    The Red Wings rookie centerman is one of the many Grand Rapids Griffins call-ups who have helped Detroit reach the Stanley Cup playoffs for a 23rd consecutive season, the longest post-season streak by far in North American major pro sports. Sheahan finished off the regular season in style by scoring a goal in each of the Wings' final three games. In four games during the period of April 7th--13th, 2014 Sheahan had a plus-3 rating. Sheahan ended the regular season with nine goals, 15 assists, 24 points and a plus-8 rating in 42 NHL games. He earned his first ever Player-Of-the-Week (POW) Award.  



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