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>>caption: SCHERZER THREW HIS LAST
PRACTICE PITCHES FRIDAY<<
@ MILWAUKEE, WI:
All the scoring came in the first
2-INN as the Brewers beat the Tigers
3-2 Friday night at Miller Park in the
next-to-last exhibition tune-up for both clubs.
Tiger RHander Max Scherzer stretched-out for 6-IP to throw 62 strikes among his
91 pitches, but took the loss (1-2) by allowing 3-R/3-ER on 6-H & 2-W with 4-K.
Austin Jackson (#2) led-off the ballgame with a Tiger homerun and Brandon Inge
added another solo shot (#3) in the T-2nd off Brewers starter Doug Davis.
Milwaukee DH Jody Gerut had a 2r1B to highlight a go-ahead 3-R/B-2nd.
Davis went 4-IP to get the win (2-1). Sixth Milwaukee hurler, non-roster addition
Zach Braddock, earned the save (#2) by pitching the T-9th.
Brad Thomas and Jose Valverde each pitched a scoreless relief inning for Detroit,
both yielding a single.
In fact, all eight of the Brewer basehits were singles. Corey Hart went 2-for-3 as
the only Milwaukee player with multiple safeties.
Inge went 2-for-3 with 1-W and Jackson 2-for-5 for Detroit.
DET 2-9-1, 10-LOB (L) Scherzer, 1-2
MILW 3-8-0, 4-LOB (W) Davis, 2-1; (S) Braddock, #2
TIGERS RHP MAX SCHERZER: "Gerald [Laird] called a good game. Right now, I feel good.
I feel healthy. And that’s the most important thing for me...I have a feeling for all three
of my pitches now and I’m building up to 100 pitches."
Fifth Tiger starter Jeremy Bonderman remained in Lakeland to pitch in a minor league
game on Sunday. Bondo will then join the big club in Kansas City where the regular season
RHP Rick Porcello and LHP Dontrelle Willis will pitch for Detroit in Saturday afternoon's
exhibition finale in Milwaukee. The Brewers list Dave Bush as their starter.
After playing Friday night's entire game, Inge will rest his two surgically repaired
knees in the Saturday matinee.
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