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Tigers Win Central – Monday Sports Wrap

Tigers Clinch AL Central Title The Tigers’ season came down to one final game yesterday. Heading into their game with the Twins, they led the Royals by one game in the American League Central Division. David Price pitched shutout ball into the eighth inning, and Detroit clinched the division title …

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Houghton V’Ball Wins Again – Friday Sports Wrap

Tigers Inch Closer to Title The Tigers moved one step closer to an American League Central title with a 4-2 victory over the Twins last night. Max Scherzer won his 18th game of the season, giving up two runs on five hits over six innings, and striking out nine. The …

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Pearson Gets Contract Extension – Thursday Sports Wrap

Tigers Clinch Playoff Berth The Tigers will be in the playoffs next week. What their playoff position will be remains up in the air, but they clinched at least the second wild card berth yesterday with a 6-1 victory over the White Sox, and Seattle’s loss to Toronto. Justin Verlander …

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MTU V’Ball Falls at NMU – Wednesday Sports Wrap

Tigers Win in Ninth, Maintain Edge in AL Central Miguel Cabrera’s rbi single in the bottom of the ninth lifted the Tigers to a much-needed 4-3 victory over the White Sox last night. The game had looked to be well in hand going into the top of the ninth. David …

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Huskies’ Soccer Wins 3rd Straight – Monday Sports Wrap

Tigers Fall to Royals Rick Porcello struggled, and the Tigers lost to the Royals 5-2 yesterday. Porcello surrendered four runs on nine hits before leaving in the fourth inning. The Tigers collected only six hits off Jeremy Guthrie and the KC bullpen. The loss narrows Detroit’s lead over Kansas City …

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Lakes Score Late to Beat Miners – Sunday Sports Wrap

Tigers Edge Royals Tyler Collins’ rbi single in the seventh inning broke open a tie game, and the Tigers went on to take a 3-2 victory over the Royals Saturday. Collins’ pinch hit came a half inning after Kansas City appeared to take the lead… only to have the run …

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