Here’s a look at the best-of-seven American League Championship Series between the Detroit Tigers and Boston Red Sox.
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Online vandals forced Wikipedia to partially lock down its page on the Oakland Athletics.
With buzz from Sonny Gray’s sensational Game 2 start still lingering, here comes the kid’s encore performance: The A’s have named him as their Game 5 starter for Thursday night’s final game with the Tigers.
The Detroit Tigers have to win Tuesday’s game, which starts at 5:07 p.m., if they want to stay alive in the post season.
No matter how banged up Miguel Cabrera has been, he’s always a threat to hit the ball where nobody can catch it.
In addition to officially not dating Kate and having to see her splashed on magazine covers in an opponents’ jersey, Verlander is also not starting in the Tigers’ playoffs rotation.
The rotation rounds out with Anibal Sanchez in Game 3 in Detroit and Doug Fister in Game 4, leaving Scherzer to pitch in a potential Game 5.
Verlander will seek his first career hit in Sunday’s season finale and help the Tigers try to avoid a three-game sweep to the lowly Miami Marlins.
Sanchez retired his first nine batters. He escaped a two-on jam in the fourth when Stanton grounded into an inning-ending double play, then finished with flourish, striking out the side in the fifth.