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O's LEAD ALL THE WAY.....Sa, 8/1/15



    THe Orioles took a 2-0/B-1st lead
off Tiger starter Anibal Sanchez and
stayed ahead all night in a 6-2 Saturday

    Sanchez (L, 10-9) allowed another
pair of homers to put his total at 24,
four more than his previous high in a
season (twice).

    Sanchez gave up all six O's runs to
take his second consecutive defeat following an eight game unbeaten streak
(7-W, 1-ND).

    Nick Castellanos got the Tigers as close as they'd come at 5-2 with his
1-out, B-5th, 2rHR (#11) well into the RCField seats off Baltimore starter
Kevin Gausman (W, 2-2), who had retired the first 11 Tiger batters while
the O's built a 3-0 early edge.

    Manny Machado singled and Gerardo Parra doubled to start the B-1st for
the Birds. Both scored on a Chris Davis groundout and a Matt Wieters 2-out
single to LField.

    Jimmy Pare...   [ Read More... ]

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Who was the first Tiger to lead the team in homeruns for a season while hitting double digit homers (more than nine)?
Ty Cobb
Sam Crawford
Harry Heilmann
Heinie Manush
Bobby Veach

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  • Baltimore 6, TIGERS 2

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    Today's Events

    Sunday, August 2nd, 2015
  • TIGERS @ Baltimore

  • Fan Fact

    AUGUST 2, 1975:     The Tigers lost a Saturday matinee at Fenway Park when Boston overcame an early 2-1 deficit with a 5-R/B-4th on their way to a 7-2 decision. Carl Yastrzemski's 2-run double highlighted the big Boston inning and chased Tiger starter Vern Ruhle (L, 9-8). Denny Doyle went 3-for-5 with a double, 2-R & 1-RBI. Red Sox starter Rick Wise got the easy win (14-6). Jack Pierce (#8) and Gary Sutherland (#5) both had 2-out solo homeruns in the T-2nd & T-2rd for Detroit.  

    POW Award

    A frequent target of Tiger detractors, 3Bman Nick Castellanos continued his July surge during a 3-4 week for the period of July 20th--26th, 2015. Castellanos homered in a 3-for-4 effort in an 11-9 home loss to the Mariners on July 21ST. The next day his first MLB career Grand Slam highlighted a 9-4 win vs the M's. Castellanos had a 2-run ground rule double and a solo homer over the Green Monster and out of Fenway Park in the 5-1 July 25TH win at Boston. The Red Sox got revenge on July 26TH in an 11-1 decision where Castellanos clubbed a 445-foot homer to straightaway CField for the lone Tiger tally. For the week Castellanos went 8-for-25 (.320-BA) with a double, 4-HR, 6-R & 9-RBI. Castellanos earned his first Player-Of-the-Week Award this year and his third POW Award overall.  

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