The Tigers halted a four-game losing streak behind three RBIs from cleanup hitter, Victor Martinez.
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If his career is over, Nathan will be remembered by teammates not for his troublesome 2014 season but for everything that came before that.
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“The first time they didn’t say anything,” Perez said. “Nobody said nothing until their hitter and their third base coach said something.
“I am preparing myself to come back and be a major league player again.”
Krol pitched two scoreless innings for Detroit in Wednesday’s blowout loss to the New York Yankees.
“I thought he was real close,” Ausmus said. “I think he thought he was close until that one pitch.”
“One day, it literally feels like you may never pitch again, and then one day you can,” Detroit Tigers closer Joe Nathan said Tuesday.
In case you haven’t heard, Chicago Cubs uber-prospect Kris Bryant was called up and made his debut on Friday.