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EARLY OUTBURST ENDS TIGER 4-GAME LOSING SKID.....W, 7/30/14

>>caption: J.D. (M) AND TORII (R)
BOTH SCORED ON THE T-1st/3rHR
BY NICK CASTELLANOS (L)<<

@ COMERICA PARK:

Max Scherzer and the Tigers rode
a 6-R/B-1st to a 7-2 Wednesday
night win over the White Sox.

Detroit snapped a 4-game losing streak and evened their 3-game
home series vs Chicago.

Scherzer yielded 1-R/1-ER on 5-H & 1-W with 6-K in 7-IP and 98-
pitches/66-strikes. The victory tied Scherzer (13-3) with Adam
Wainwright of St. Louis for the MLB lead in wins and gave Super Max
the lead in AL Ws.

Nick Castellanos homered and had a career-high 4-RBIs

Every Tiger had at least one basehit except Alex Avila, who walked.
Torii Hunter was 3-for-4 with 2-R & 1-RBI.

Detroit lead-off man Austin Jackson struck-out looking on a borderline
pitch, then the next eight Tigers reached base and the first six scored
in the B-1st off White Sox starter Hector Noesi. Victor Martinez, Hunt...   [ Read More... ]


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Even though he hit a modest .274 during the Detroit Tigers' first season of 1901, this player put together a pair of consecutive game hitting streaks of 25 and 20 games. Can you name him?
Fritz Buelow
Doc Casey
Pop Dillon
Kid Elberfeld
Kid Gleason
Kid Nance
 


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  • Fan Fact

    JULY 31, 1928:     The Tigers took a 6-0 lead by the End-5th and topped the Boston Red Sox  7-2 at Navin Field. The Red Sox had as many errors as basehits (4). Charlie Gehringer was 4-for-4 with a triple, two stolen bases, 3-R & 3-RBI while Harry Rice went 3-for-3 with 2-SB & 2-RBI. Vic Sorrell pitched the complete game win (3-5). In the midst of his worst big league season, Boston starter Red Ruffing gave up 7-R/6-ER in 7-IP for the defeat (7-16). Ruffing had to do it all by himself with the bat, going 2-for-3 with a double and a 2rHR (#1) for the last place Red Sox.  Ruffing would lead the AL with 25 complete games in 1928, but also led with 25 losses. The 43-57 Tigers were in 7th place, but this date's decision gave them a 4-1 series win over Boston and put Detroit at 7-2 on their 15-game homestand. The Tigers would finish this extended stay at home 10-5.


    POW Award

    JOE NATHAN
    Struggling much of the season, the Tiger closer had a pair of solid saves in Detroit's 3-4 western road trip during the period of July 21st--27th, 2014. Nathan put down the Arizona Diamondbacks with 1-H & 1-K in a 4-3 win for his 20th save of the year on July 21ST. Nathan struck-out the side in Detroit's lone win at Anaheim, 6-4 over the LA Angels on July 214TH, for his third consecutive save and scoreless 9th-INN. Nathan earned his first ever Player-Of-the-Week (POW) Award.



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