No word on who won…
Jose Bautista’s single in the 19th inning drove home the winning run as the Toronto Blue Jays rallied from a 5-0 deficit to win the longest game in franchise history, beating the Detroit Tigers 6-5 on Sunday.
The injuries constitute a blow to the AL Central-leading Tigers as they try to hold off Kansas City for the division lead.
The reigning AL Cy Young winner is looking to add another notch to his belt Saturday in Toronto as the Detroit Tigers take on the skidding Blue Jays.
It’s okay to panic about the Tigers offense. The team is in the midsummer doldrums and they’re not doing much to make anyone feel better.
Shane Greene capped a series of fine starting pitching, working into the ninth inning and then watching closer David Robertson get pinch-hitter Miguel Cabrera to ground into a double play as the New York Yankees edged the Detroit Tigers 1-0 on Thursday.
Scherzer also talks video games, “Call of Duty,” and if he could out eat Joba Chamberlain.
In the two games the Tigers have lost this series, Detroit has managed just two runs total.
Tigers fans are feeling pretty good about their team right now.
Justin Verlander (10-10) allowed two runs and five hits in seven innings, walking one and fanning five.
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