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Greene Shines as Tigers’ Bats Explode – Sunday Sports Wrap

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At the 36th U.P. All-Star Classic basketball game in Saint Ignace Saturday…
• In the boys competition, the East defeated the West 103-84. Escanaba’s Colin Hudson was named the game’s Most Valuable Player.
• In the girls game, the south beat the North 78-68. Ally Schultz of Saint Ignace earned MVP honors.


In the Stanley Cup championship series Saturday night, the Avalanche buried the Lightning 7-0. Colorado leads the series 2-0, with game three set for Monday in Tampa.


The Tigers’ bats woke up Saturday, as Detroit pounded the Rangers 14-7. Riley Greene made the most of his major league debut, with two hits and two walks. Robbie Grossman, Javier Báez and Eric Haase homered. Rony Garcia got the win, giving up a run in the first inning, and three more in the sixth.

The Tigers host the Rangers again today. Drew Hutchison will pitch against Dane Dunning. Coverage will begin at 1:20 on 99.3 The Lift.

The Brewers outscored the Reds 7-3 Saturday. Hunter Renfroe and Willy Adames homered. Jason Alexander picked up his first win of the season, pitching into the sixth and giving up three runs on eight hits.

The Brewers visit the Reds again this afternoon. Adrian Houser will start against Mike Minor.

On Saturday, Milwaukee designated center fielder Lorenzo Cain for assignment, effectively ending his time with the team. The move came as Cain completed 10 years of major league service, which fully vests him in the players’ pension plan. Jonathan Davis has been brought up from Nashville to take Cain’s roster position.

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