A brisk wind blows through Comerica Park when Brad Ausmus and the Tigers arrive for a three-game series against the White Sox. Ausmus had the least inkling of suspicion upon arriving – a baseball ops intern typically delivers the series scouting reports; GM Dave Dombrowski himself delivering it was not unprecedented, but it was certainly unusual given the fact that Detroit’s series was a White Sox series with a relatively safe divisional lead. 863 more words
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The Yankees lost to the Detroit Tigers 4-3 in 12 innings on Tuesday night snapping their three-game winning streak. David Price, who was making his first start against the Yankees since his trade from the Tampa Bay Rays, pitched 8.2 innings, allowed three runs and picked up 10 strikeouts. 675 more words
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Joba Chamberlain stuck his tongue out at Derek Jeter and then plunked him. It definitely doesn’t look like Chamberlain hit Jeter on purpose, but why stick your tongue out at the guy unless you’re just trying to mess with him? 59 more words