Manager Brad Ausmus stayed with Michael Fulmer, and it worked out quite well for the Detroit Tigers.
Jose Ramirez homered twice, and the Cleveland Indians snapped Justin Verlander’s decade-long streak of games with at least one strikeout.
The Indians earned a split of Saturday’s doubleheader against Detroit, beating the Tigers in the nightcap.
Fulmer came within one out of a shutout, and the Detroit Tigers hit three home runs in a victory over the Kansas City Royals on Thursday.
The Tigers’ Daniel Norris (4-6) permitted five runs and eight hits in 3 2/3 innings. Six of those hits came in the fourth.
JD Martinez and Miguel Cabrera homered and Justin Verlander pitched seven strong innings as the Detroit Tigers beat the Kansas City Royals.
Mikie Mahtook drove in three runs including a tiebreaking two-run single in the ninth to help the Detroit Tigers snap a losing streak.
The San Diego Padres are having fun despite a losing record.
Luis Perdomo’s first scoreless outing of the season came at a great time for the San Diego Padres.
Francisco Rodriguez was released Friday by the Detroit Tigers.
Andrew Moore justified his surprising call-up — although Robinson Cano made his job against the Tigers a whole lot easier.
Jarrod Dyson’s bunt single broke up Justin Verlander’s bid for a perfect game in the sixth inning Wednesday night a
It was a game dominated by home runs, including Ian Kinsler’s 44th career leadoff homer on the third pitch of the game.
Buck Farmer (2-1) allowed seven runs in 2 1/3 innings, and has now allowed 13 runs in 4 2/3 innings over his last two starts.
Detroit had won the first two games of the series, outscoring the Rays 18-7.