Fans at the Toronto Blue Jay, Tampa Bay Rays game play “Rock, Paper, Scissors” for bat. Plus, two actors take tourist pictures all over New York.
There’s no doubt, we love us some Carly Rae Jepsen. But, what we DON’T love about the pop cutie, was our girl’s first pitch from Sunday’s Tampa Bay Rays game.
Cabrera did not want to comment after the game, saying only that “We’ve got to play tomorrow” while looking at his cell phone.
Luke Scott tied it at 3 on a solo homer with one out in the eighth off Tigers starter Justin Verlander, who allowed three runs, nine hits and four walks over a season-high eight innings.
Justin Verlander does not seem too concerned about how he’s pitched over his last two starts for the Detroit Tigers.
Leyland recognized Moore was wild and that his lack of control made it easier for the batters, but Leyland still appreciated the patience with which the Detroit hitters approached Moore.
Fister gave up two runs and seven hits over six innings for the Detroit Tigers in a 3-3 tie with the Tampa Bay Rays in the exhibition finale for both teams on Saturday.
Devon Travis homered for the Tigers, and Austin Jackson and Jhonny Peralta each had two hits.
Drew Smyly pitched five innings allowing three runs but the Detroit Tigers outpower the Tampa Bay Rays 5-3 on Sunday afternoon.
Getting closer to full strength, the Rays try to win consecutive home games for the first time in more than a month Saturday night against the Detroit Tigers.