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ROYALS RIP TWO 12TH-INNING HOMERS TO TOP TIGERS.....M, 7/24/17

>>caption:  WAS MONDAY VERLANDER's
TIGER FAREWELL?<<

@ COMERICA PARK:

    Back-to-back homers to lead-
off the T-12th by Salvador Perez
and Mike Moustakas gave Kansas
City a 5-3 win over the Tigers to
open a 3-game Motor City series.

    Having thrust themselves back into the AL-Central race, the Royals
(51-47) won their sixth straight and trail first place Cleveland by a
game and a half.

    Perez buggy-whipped his pull-shot homerun (#20) down the LField line
and just above the empty camera well.  Moustakas (#29) followed with a
blast to the lower RField seats.

    The loss went to Drew VerHagen (0-1), recalled from 3A Toledo to
provide a fresh arm to an overworked Bengal bullpen.  VerHagen, who
had been starting for the Mud Hens, was in his third inning of work when
lightning struck twice.

    Seventh KC hurler Jake Junis worked the B-11th with 2-Ks to get credit
for the win (3-2).  Closer Ke...   [ Read More... ]


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Who is the all-time Detroit Tiger leader in most strikeouts by a batter?  HINT:  All five players listed below have more than 1,000 whiffs in a Tiger uniform.
Miguel Cabrera
Norm Cash
Brandon Inge
Al Kaline
Lou Whitaker
 










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  • Fan Fact

    JULY 25, 2013:     The White Sox battered Justin Verlander for 7-R/7-ER in 6-IP and beat the Tigers 7-4 in Chicago. The White Sox took a 2-0/B-1st lead on a pair of 2-out, bloop, RBI singles by Paul Konerko and Jeff Keppinger. The Sox went ahead to stay with a 4-R/B-4th when Detroit defense complicated matters in a 30-pitch inning for Verlander (L, 10-8). Tyler Flowers snapped the 2-all deadlock with an RBI double that was misplayed by Detroit LFielder Andy Dirks. Flowers later hit a solo homerun (#9) to the LCField bullpen in the B-6th. The Tigers had only four hits off WSox starter Jake Peavy (W, 8-4), but all of those batters scored on three homeruns. Austin Jackson led-off the T-4th with a single and trotted home when Torii Hunter followed with his third homer of the series (#10 on the year) to the CField storage area. Victor Martinez soloed (#9) to the RCField seats in the T-7th. Brayan Pena chased Peavy when he lined a lead-off homerun (#3) to the RField stands in the T-8th. Addison Reed pitched the T-9th for the save (#26). The Tiger 4-game winning streak ended and the WSox avoided their first 4-game home series sweep vs Detroit since 1980.      


    POW Award

    ALEX PRESLEY
    The 31-year old journeyman out of Ole Miss has seen increased playing time since the trade of RFielder J.D. Martinez and continued his career year for the Tigers.  Presley went 13-for-25 (.520-BA) appearing in all seven games during the 4-3 Detroit road trip to Kansas City and Minnesota with 6-R, a double and 2-RBI.  Presley finished the journey with a pair of 3-hit games at Target Field, extending his hitting streak to 10 games (17-for-37, .459-BA) and boosting his season batting mark to .344.  Presley is our Player-Of-the-Week for the period of July 17th--23rd, 2017, his first POW Award.  



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