Brennan Boesch (sore right thumb) left the Aug. 10 game. X-rays were negative, but he was scheduled to have an MRI.
Clouds have blown in on that nice, sunny feeling the Tigers had a few days ago.
One day, Brennan Boesch will bat in the middle of Detroit’s order.
When Brennan Boesch was hitting under .200 during the second half of last season, he might have wondered many times if he was ever going to get a hit again.
Brennan Boesch wasn’t fazed by the rain — or the unfamiliar reliever on the mound.
Brennan Boesch stunned the White Sox by beating out a bunt single to lead off the sixth inning, triggering a three-run rally.
Brennan Boesch (bruised right knee) left the July 5 game, and he didn’t play July 6. He is day-to-day.
Brennan Boesch had to come out of the game after batting in the third inning, suffering a bruised right knee when he fouled a ball off himself just before grounding out to the pitcher.
Brennan Boesch drove a home run, his second of the week, off the foul pole in right.
Brennan Boesch is going to make it very difficult, if not impossible, for manager Jim Leyland to restore RF Magglio Ordonez to his accustomed third spot in the Detroit batting order.