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In Copper Country Twilight League baseball last night…
• Northern Driveline v Craig Heinonen Coldwell Banker – no report.
• REL-Mohawk Technology downed Garnet Garage 10-5.
The Tigers fell to the Rays 6-2 last evening. Drew Hutchison took the loss, giving up four runs over six innings. Javier Báez had two hits and drove in a run.
The Tigers entertain the Rays again tonight. Bryan Garcia will come back from Toledo to start against Corey Kluber. Coverage begins at 6:50 on 99.3 The Lift.
Miguel Cabrera admits that this season might be his last in the major leagues. Cabrera is in the final year of his contract with Detroit. He batted over .300 through the first half of the season, but has struggled since, while experiencing pain in his chronically bad knees. In an interview yesterday, Cabrera said he’ll be talking with team management and his agent about his future.
Bryan Reynolds raced home on Matt Bush’s bases-loaded wild pitch in the bottom of the 10th inning, giving the Pirates a 5-4 victory over the Brewers yesterday. Milwaukee had taken a one-run lead when Kolton Wong was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded in the top of the 10th. In the bottom of the inning, Reynolds’ ground-rule double re-tied the game. After two intentional walks loaded the bases, Bush’s outside bouncer skipped past catcher Victor Caratini, and Reynolds scored easily.
After being swept at Pittsburgh, the Brewers host the Reds tonight. Eric Lauer will start against Robert Dugger.
Milwaukee has added catcher Omar Narváez to the injured list with a quad injury. The issue arose just after the Brewers designated catcher Pedro Severino for assignment, so Mario Feliciano has been called up from Nashville to fill in.
Dozens of former Michigan Tech hockey players will lace up their skates for an alumni game tomorrow. The match is part of Tech’s alumni weekend, and the celebration of 100th years of Tech hockey. Faceoff will take place at 7 at the John MacInnes Student Ice Arena. The public is invited, and there is no charge.
Tickets for the 57th Great Lakes Invitational go on sale this morning at 10. Fans can purchase online at VanAndelArena.com.
The GLI moves to Grand Rapids this year, and will feature Michigan Tech, Western Michigan, Michigan State and Ferris State. It will be staged December 27 and 28.
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