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Tigers Trounce Twinkies
The Tigers have had their troubles winning in Minnesota in recent history.  They jumped on Twins pitcher Francisco Liriano early for 4 runs, then never let up for a 10-2 victory.  Rick Porcello pitched 5 innings for his 3rd win which was interrupted by a 64 minute rain delay.
Tigers Win Again In Toronto
The Tigers took 3 out of 4 in Toronto after losing the opening game of this series on Friday night.  This one wasn't pretty, but a win is a win and the Tigers came out on top of Toronto tonight 10-5.
Tigers Jack Jays, 5-2
Austin Jackson had another 3-hit day today.  Yesterday, he had three more hits than the entire Blue Jay team, but it went unnoticed as Justin Verlander pitched a no-hitter.  Today, Jackson's hits were hard to ignore.  Especially his two-run homer to give Detroit the lead 4-2 in t…
Verlander No-Hits Jays, Tigers Win 9-0
Justin Verlander had all of his pitches working today.  The Tigers scored runs early and often, and the defense made some plays to help him to his second career no-hitter, just the 7th in Tiger history.  It was almost a perfect game
Tigers Lose In Toronto
The Tigers had a good thing going when they beat the Yankees 3 straight times to wrap up a home stand at Comerica Park.  Winning on the road has been a problem in recent history for this team
Scherzer Shuts Out Yanks, Tigers Win 2nd Straight
Max Scherzer pitched 8 shutout innings and got some offensive help from Magglio Ordonez as the Tigers blanked the Yankees 4-0.  The win is the second straight for the Tigers, after suffering through a 7 game losing streak.
Tigers End Losing Streak, Beat Yankees 4-2
Some of the players responsible for prolonging the Tiger 7-game losing streak finally helped to end it.  Austin Jackson, Magglio Ordonez and Jose Valverde all made contributions in the 4-2 Tiger win over New York tonight at Comerica Park.
Tiger Losing Streak Is Now A Six Pack
Tiger manager Jim Leyland said after today's 5-4 loss to Cleveland, "We're just not doing enough things to win."  No kidding.  The Tigers had a 2-0 lead in the early going and gave it back an inning later.  They took a 3-2 lead in the top of the 8th before
Tigers’ Losing Streak Now At Five
This was a close game.  A pitcher's duel.  It took 13 innings, but the outcome was still a bitter one for Tiger fans as Cleveland wins in walkoff fashion again, this time 3-2.
Tigers Blow Lead, Lose On Walk-Off Grand Slam
The Tigers losing streak is now at four games, and this one was the ugliest as they fell to Cleveland 9-5.  Carlos Santana hit a walk-off grand slam off Tiger set-up reliever Joquin Benoit to put the exclamation point on Detroit's latest defeat.

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