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WINGS GO TO 2-0 @ LCA.....M, 9/25/17



    The Red Wings stayed unbeaten
at Little Caesars Arena (2-0) with
a 4-1 exhibition win over a
Pittsburgh Penguins "B" team
Monday night.

    Prospect Michael Rasmussen, Detroit's 2017 first round draft choice,
scored (#2) on the power play at 13:14/1 when he banked a Gustav
Nyquist end boards rebound to put the Wings ahead to stay.

    Anthony Mantha (#2) and Tomas Tatar (#1, unassisted) scored 5:41 apart
in the middle period to make it 3-0.  Mantha cut off a right wing rush to
tuck the puck in the net.  Tatar scored off a left faceoff circle draw.

    The lone Pens goal was by Scott Wilson (#1) at 16:12/2.

    Detroit's Xavier Ouellet scored (#1) into an empty net with 10.4-sec
to play for the 4-1 final.

    Getting his second straight start in net, Jimmy Howa...   [ Read More... ]

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The closest race in American League history entered the final weekend with four teams in contention for the 1967 championship. On the last day of the season (10/1/1967), Boston edged out both Detroit and Minnesota by one game to win the title with California having faded to three games behind in fourth place. What veteran outfielder was acquired and released by both the Tigers and Red Sox during the 1967 pennant chase?
Don Demeter
Lenny Green
Jim Landis
George Thomas

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    Tuesday, September 26th, 2017
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  • Fan Fact

    SEPTEMBER 26, 1987:     The Tigers lost their third in a row at Toronto and second consecutive in walkoff fashion as Detroit dropped a 10-9 decision before 46,429 Exhibition Stadium fans.  With the Tigers ahead 9-7 entering the B-9th, Jesse Barfield doubled, Willie Upshaw singled and Rick Leach was hit by a pitch from reliever Mike Henneman as the Blue Jays loaded the bases with nobody out.  Dickie Noles replaced Henneman (L, 9-3) on the hill and Jays pinch-hitter Juan Beniquez delivered a game-winning triple to LField.  Barfield was 4-for-5 with two doubles, a triple, 2-R & 1-RBI.  Ex-Tiger Leach was 2-for-4 with a solo homer (#3) and 2-RBI.  Sixth Blue Jays pitcher Jose Nunez faced retired the only two batters he faced to get the win (5-1).  Matt Nokes was Detroit's hitting hero with a T-1st 2rHR (#30) and a T-3rd Grand Slam (HR#31), both to RField, good for 6-RBI.  Alan Trammell went 4-for-4 plus an intentional walk with two doubles, two stolen bases, two runs and an RBI.  Darrell Evans solo homered (#32).  This result gave the first place Blue Jays (96-59) a three and a half game lead over the Tigers (92-62) in the AL-East before Detroit began an epic comeback over the season's last eight days.            

    POW Award

    As the Tigers continued to tumble in an 0-7 week during September 18th--24th, 2017, Ian Kinsler continued to club.  Kinsler hit four homeruns in his six games during this stretch, adding a double and 7-RBI with 5-R a .269-BA (7-for-26).  Kinsler upped his September homer total to eight and to 13 since AUG 3RD for 22 on the season.  Kinsler earned his second Player-Of-the-Week Award this year and eighth POW Award overall.

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