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Price looked simply unrecognizable. He lasted just two innings and allowed eight runs on 12 hits – including nine in a row.
One of the best and best-loved players in baseball history, Derek Jeter resists the notion of his final season as a farewell tour.
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.
Justin Verlander (10-10) allowed two runs and five hits in seven innings, walking one and fanning five.
Last night in the 10th inning of the Tigers vs Yankees game, Joba Chamberlain plunked his former teammate, Derek Jeter on the left elbow with a 93mph fastball.
“I’m happy it’s over and I’m happy we won,” David Price said after the Tigers beat the Yankees, 4-3. “I finally feel a part of the team.”
Even future hall-of-famer Derek Jeter was shown on TV saying, “wow.”
It definitely gives credence to the idea she’s a distraction for the ace, who isn’t exactly having his best season.
The Tigers scored just one run on six hits to back up reigning Cy Young winner, Max Scherzer.
The American League’s 5-3 win Tuesday in Minneapolis averaged more than 11.3 million viewers on Fox, up from 11 million for last year’s game at the Mets’ Citi Field in New York.