One ugly outing distorted Soria’s ERA: he had allowed just one run between his other five appearances as a Tiger.
The Detroit Tigers today released their 2015 schedule, featuring 81 home games at Comerica Park, including contests against American League Central Division rivals, as well as Interleague contests against the Chicago Cubs, Cincinnati Reds, Milwaukee Brewers and Pittsburgh Pirates.
The San Francisco Giants were ahead by six runs, and manager Bruce Bochy was still antsy.
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“… After coming here, you see the players aren’t as bad as they’re portrayed to be on TV, and the city isn’t like that, at least the areas that I’ve been in. You kind of live just like a normal city. I think every city has their bad areas. The economy may be a little different here, but for the most part, it’s cool.”
Tigers manager Brad Ausmus stated the obvious when he called the series the biggest of the season to date.
Kansas City players tipped their caps to Derek Jeter when the retiring New York Yankees captain walked up to the plate in the first inning.
Lobstein earned up his first major league victory Sunday night, allowing one run in 5 2-3 innings in the Tigers 6-1 win over the San Francisco Giants.
Sunday against the San Francisco Giants, the two-time defending MVP blasted a two-run home run, his fifth homer in the last seven games.
Just over 12 hours after wrapping up the series opener, San Francisco’s Madison Bumgarner and the Tigers’ David Price square off as the two weary playoff hopefuls meet.
After Rick Porcello allowed an early barrage of hits, about the only thing that could have helped the Detroit Tigers was the weather. No such luck for manager Brad Ausmus and his team.
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