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CHIEF WAHOO CURSE CONTINUES.....Th, 5/5/16

>>caption:  ANDREW ROMINE (#17)
WASN'T TALL ENOUGH TO CATCH
THE CHRIS GIMENEZ HOMER<<

@ CLEVELAND, OH:

    The Indians completed their
second 3-0 series sweep of the
Tigers this season Thursday
night (one away, one at home)
with a 9-4 victory vs Detroit.

    The Bangals managed just
5-hits against five Tribe pitchers.

    The defeat ended a 3-3
week-long Tiger road trip.

    The Indians got most of what
they'd need when they jumped on
rookie Tiger starter Michael Fulmer for a 4-R/B-1st.  Three straight
1-out singles produced the game's first run when Michael Brantley
drove in Jason Kipnis.  Mike Napoli followed with a 3rHR (#5) deep
(413-feet) into the LCField bleachers.  

    The Tigers briefly got within 4-3 on a Nick Castellanos opposite
field 3rHR (#5) with 1-out in the T-4th.  The longball bounced off
the top of the RField wall and into a RField aisleway.

    In his first game back...   [ Read More... ]


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  • Fan Fact

    MAY 6, 1936:       The Red Wings sold minor league goaltender Walter "Turk" Broda to the Toronto Maple Leafs. The purchase price was reported as both $7500 and $8000. Broda was 1-&-1 with a 2.00-GAA for Detroit Farm Crest of the MOHL and 26-18-&-3 with 6-SHO and a 2.10-GAA with the IHL Detroit Olympics during the 1935-36 season. He was a supurb 6-&-0 with 1-SHO and a 1.32-GAA in the 1936 IHL playoffs for the Olympics. Broda would go on to become a two-time Vezina Trophy (top NHL goaltender) winner in his 14 Maple Leaf seasons and was inducted to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1967. Detroit most remembers Broda for rallying Toronto from an 0-3 deficit to edge the Red Wings 4-3 in the 1942 Stanley Cup Finals. Although nicknamed "Turk" Broda was actually of Polish descent and was elected to the National Polish-American Sports Hall of Fame in 2005. The Wings found a replacement for Broda the next day after this deal by signing free agent goalie Jimmy Franks, but Franks was no Broda and played in only 42 career NHL games.         


    POW Award

    VICTOR MARTINEZ
    V-Mart's bat got hot and so did the Tigers during the period of April 25th--May 1st, 2016.  Martinez hit safely in six of seven games and Detroit went 6-1 during the week.  Martinez was 4-of-5 with a double, homerun, 3-R & 2-RBI in a 9-2 April 29TH win at Minnesota and was 3-for-4 with a double & 2-R in a 6-5 decision at the Twins May 1ST.  For the week Martinez was 14-for-27 (.519-BA) with five doubles, three homers, 8-R & 8-RBI.  V-Mart earned his first Player-Of-the-Week Award this year and 10th POW Award overall.  



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