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Indians

  • Indians

    CLE

  • Tigers

    DET

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M. StrawCF

2-441211222.271.346.345

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  • 1st: Straw singled to right.
  • 2nd: Straw walked.
  • 3rd: Straw singled to left, Miller scored, Hedges to second, Giménez to third.
  • 4th: Straw struck out looking.
  • 7th: Straw struck out swinging.

A. RosarioSS

2-551230010.276.317.396

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  • 1st: Rosario popped out to first.
  • 2nd: Rosario grounded into double play, shortstop to second to first, Giménez scored, Straw out at second, Hedges to third.
  • 3rd: Rosario tripled to left, Giménez scored, Hedges scored and Straw scored.
  • 5th: Rosario singled to right.
  • 7th: Rosario grounded out to pitcher.

J. Ramirez3B

2-551230228.254.341.533

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  • 1st: J. Ramírez grounded out to shortstop, Straw to third.
  • 2nd: J. Ramírez homered to right (376 feet), Hedges scored.
  • 3rd: J. Ramírez doubled to left center, Rosario scored.
  • 5th: J. Ramírez struck out swinging.
  • 7th: J. Ramírez struck out swinging.

Y. Chang3B

0-00000000.190.228.336

F. ReyesDH

0-440001324.255.318.531

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  • 1st: Reyes struck out looking.
  • 2nd: Reyes walked.
  • 3rd: Reyes struck out looking.
  • 5th: Reyes struck out swinging.
  • 8th: Reyes grounded out to shortstop.

B. ZimmerRF

1-551100225.246.354.354

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  • 2nd: Zimmer doubled to right.
  • 2nd: Zimmer grounded out to pitcher.
  • 3rd: Zimmer grounded out to second.
  • 5th: Zimmer struck out looking.
  • 8th: Zimmer struck out looking.

O. MercadoLF

2-551200121.224.291.345

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  • 2nd: Mercado singled to right, Zimmer to third.
  • 3rd: Mercado struck out swinging.
  • 4th: Mercado singled to center.
  • 6th: Mercado grounded out to third.
  • 8th: Mercado grounded out to second.

O. Miller1B

2-552200019.155.210.237

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  • 2nd: Miller grounded into fielder's choice to second, Zimmer scored on error by catcher Greiner, Mercado to second.
  • 3rd: Miller reached on infield single to first.
  • 4th: Miller singled to left, Mercado to second.
  • 6th: Miller lined out to right.
  • 9th: Miller flied out to right.

A. Gimenez2B

1-332101017.177.250.281

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  • 2nd: Giménez walked, Miller to second, Mercado to third.
  • 3rd: Giménez grounded into fielder's choice to second, Miller safe at second on fielding error by second baseman Schoop.
  • 4th: Giménez flied out to center.
  • 6th: Giménez reached on infield single to second.
  • 9th: Giménez hit by pitch.

A. HedgesC

2-552220016.178.216.267

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  • 2nd: Hedges doubled to deep right, Mercado scored and Miller scored, Giménez to third.
  • 3rd: Hedges singled to right, Giménez to second, Miller to third.
  • 4th: Hedges flied out to left.
  • 6th: Hedges grounded into fielder's choice to second, Giménez out at second.
  • 9th: Hedges grounded into double play, third to second to first, Giménez out at second.
PitchersIPHRERBBKHRPC-STERAPC
T. McKenzie8.01000110106-735.12106
E. Clase1.000002010-71.6810
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  • Line: CLE -130
  • Over/Under: 9

Attendance: 25,684

62%

Capacity: 41,574

2:51

Home Plate Umpire - Edwin Moscoso, First Base Umpire - Fieldin Culbreth, Second Base Umpire - Ryan Blakney, Third Base Umpire - D.J. Reyburn

InningCLEDET
Indians
2ndMiller grounded into fielder's choice to second, Zimmer scored on error by catcher Greiner, Mercado to second.10
Indians
2ndHedges doubled to deep right, Mercado scored and Miller scored, Giménez to third.30
Indians
2ndRosario grounded into double play, shortstop to second to first, Giménez scored, Straw out at second, Hedges to third.40
Indians
2ndJ. Ramírez homered to right (376 feet), Hedges scored.60
Indians
3rdStraw singled to left, Miller scored, Hedges to second, Giménez to third.70
Indians
3rdRosario tripled to left, Giménez scored, Hedges scored and Straw scored.100
Indians
3rdJ. Ramírez doubled to left center, Rosario scored.110
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CLEVELAND, Ohio — Franmil Reyes and the Cleveland Indians face Miguel Cabrera and the Detroit Tigers on Saturday at Progressive Field.

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Tigers

Tigers

  • Tigers

    DET

  • Indians

    CLE

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A. BaddooCF

1-440110215.267.335.466

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  • 1st: Baddoo struck out looking.
  • 3rd: Baddoo struck out swinging.
  • 5th: Baddoo singled to left center, Reyes scored on error, Baddoo safe at second on throwing error by center fielder Straw.
  • 7th: Baddoo grounded out to third.

J. Schoop1B

2-440200014.291.335.468

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  • 1st: Schoop singled to center.
  • 3rd: Schoop popped out to second.
  • 5th: Schoop lined out to second.
  • 8th: Schoop singled to right.

R. GrossmanLF

0-440000012.233.359.418

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  • 1st: Grossman fouled out to catcher.
  • 3rd: Grossman popped out to third.
  • 5th: Grossman popped out to shortstop.
  • 8th: Grossman lined into double play, right to first, Schoop doubled off first.

M. CabreraDH

0-33000109.248.309.379

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  • 1st: Cabrera flied out to center.
  • 4th: Cabrera walked.
  • 5th: Cabrera flied out to right.
  • 8th: Cabrera grounded out to third.

J. Candelario3B

1-44110007.276.359.411

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  • 2nd: Candelario doubled to deep center.
  • 4th: Candelario flied out to center.
  • 6th: Candelario flied out to center.
  • 9th: Candelario lined out to left.

E. HaaseC

2-440200211.247.297.532

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  • 2nd: Haase reached on infield single to shortstop, Candelario to third.
  • 4th: Haase singled to left center, Cabrera to second.
  • 6th: Haase struck out swinging.
  • 9th: Haase struck out swinging.

H. Castro2B

0-440000014.284.323.324

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  • 2nd: H. Castro flied out to center.
  • 4th: H. Castro flied out to center.
  • 6th: H. Castro grounded out to third.
  • 9th: H. Castro lined out to left.

Z. ShortSS

0-220010012.150.260.318

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  • 2nd: Short hit sacrifice fly to right, Candelario scored.
  • 4th: Short grounded into fielder's choice to shortstop, Haase out at second.
  • 7th: Short lined out to left.

V. ReyesRF

1-331100011.191.217.339

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  • 2nd: Reyes lined out to center.
  • 5th: Reyes doubled to center.
  • 7th: Reyes flied out to left.
PitchersIPHRERBBKHRPC-STERAPC
T. Alexander5.140004062-444.3562
M. Fulmer0.210000012-73.6312
K. Funkhouser0.220011022-113.1422
J. Cisnero1.110001027-182.8327
G. Soto1.021102120-152.9620
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M. StrawCF

1-550100124.263.336.333

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  • 1st: Straw struck out swinging.
  • 4th: Straw flied out to right.
  • 6th: Straw singled to right, Clement to second.
  • 7th: Straw grounded out to first.
  • 9th: Straw grounded into fielder's choice to third, Miller out at second.

A. RosarioSS

2-550200116.270.315.383

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  • 1st: Rosario flied out to right.
  • 4th: Rosario popped out to shortstop.
  • 6th: Rosario reached on infield single to catcher, Straw to second, Clement to third.
  • 8th: Rosario reached on infield single to pitcher.
  • 9th: Rosario struck out swinging.

J. Ramirez3B

0-440000016.251.337.520

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  • 1st: J. Ramírez grounded out to shortstop.
  • 4th: J. Ramírez flied out to center.
  • 6th: J. Ramírez flied out to left.
  • 8th: J. Ramírez grounded into fielder's choice to pitcher, Rosario safe at second on throwing error by pitcher Cisnero.

F. ReyesDH

1-440100118.274.327.581

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  • 2nd: Reyes struck out looking.
  • 5th: Reyes singled to left.
  • 6th: Reyes grounded out to second.
  • 8th: Reyes fouled out to first.

H. RamirezLF

0-440000112.260.296.406

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  • 2nd: H. Ramirez fouled out to first.
  • 5th: H. Ramirez struck out swinging.
  • 7th: H. Ramirez popped out to first.
  • 8th: H. Ramirez popped out to first.

O. MercadoRF

1-440100117.236.306.371

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  • 2nd: Mercado fouled out to first.
  • 5th: Mercado flied out to center.
  • 7th: Mercado singled to right.
  • 8th: Mercado struck out swinging.

W. RamosC

3-441310112.218.254.427

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  • 3rd: Ramos singled to left center.
  • 5th: Ramos struck out swinging.
  • 7th: Ramos reached on infield single to catcher, Mercado to second.
  • 9th: Ramos homered to center (431 feet).

O. Miller1B

1-440100114.139.205.208

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  • 3rd: Miller grounded into double play, second to shortstop to first, Ramos out at second.
  • 6th: Miller lined out to center.
  • 7th: Miller struck out swinging.
  • 9th: Miller singled to right.

E. Clement2B

1-330101114.235.287.272

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  • 3rd: Clement grounded out to shortstop.
  • 6th: Clement reached on infield single to third.
  • 7th: Clement walked.
  • 9th: Clement struck out looking.
PitchersIPHRERBBKHRPC-STERAPC
E. Morgan7.062213088-636.0988
N. Wittgren1.01000008-55.178
B. Shaw1.00000109-73.089
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  • Line: CLE -145
  • Over/Under: 10

Attendance: 24,560

70%

Capacity: 35,041

2:39

Home Plate Umpire - Greg Gibson, First Base Umpire - Paul Clemons, Second Base Umpire - Gerry Davis, Third Base Umpire - Rob Drake

InningDETCLE
Tigers
2ndShort hit sacrifice fly to right, Candelario scored.10
Tigers
5thBaddoo singled to left center, Reyes scored on error, Baddoo safe at second on throwing error by center fielder Straw.20
Indians
9thRamos homered to center (431 feet).21
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Tigers vs. Indians Game Highlights (8/6/21) - MLB Highlights

The first game of the weekend series between the Detroit Tigers and Cleveland Indians did not quite go as planned for the good guys, as the Traffic Guardians took Friday night’s matchup, 7-4, behind a rejuvenated Zach Plesac. On Saturday, the Tigers get a chance to even the three-game set with their American League Central Division rivals as the two tangle for the second spot in the standings.

Meanwhile, Miguel Cabrera’s hunt for home run No. 500 remains on pause as he still sits one short, but hopefully, the historic milestone will come sometime this weekend. Detroit could use some oomph from their aged slugger’s bat if they want to beat Tribe as well as a bit of brilliance on the mound. On the latter point, here is what is in store for today’s tilt.

Detroit Tigers (57-61) vs. Cleveland Indians (56-58)

Time/Place: 6:10 p.m., Comerica Park
SB Nation Site:Covering the Corner
Media:Bally Sports Detroit, MLB.TV, Tigers Radio Network
Pitching Matchup: RHP Wily Peralta (3-2, 3.48 ERA) vs TBA

Game 119 Pitching Matchup

PitcherIPK%BB%FIPfWAR
Peralta51.214.48.85.460.1
TBA0.00.00.00.000.0

Wily Peralta, as I have mentioned several times before, has been one of the more pleasant surprises this season for the Tigers. Signed to a minor league contract in the offseason, a rash of injuries on the pitching staff thrust him back into the big lights of the show and he has filled in admirably. Sure, his strikeout and walk rates are nothing to write home about plus his FIP is nearly a full two runs higher than his ERA and he has only produced a tiny drop of fWAR, but he was brought in to eat innings and give his team a chance to win, and by golly, he has pretty much done that.

After a five-game stretch from June 26 to July 18 in which the 32-year-old registered a 0.34 ERA over 26 23 innings on 13 hits and eight walks while striking out 17, the veteran right-hander has sharply regressed over his past four outings. Since that tidy little run, things have been ugly as Peralta’s ERA ballooned to 6.75 while giving up 23 hits and eight walks, striking out 11, also giving up six home runs and hitting a batter in just 18 23 innings. To make matters worse, not only is he giving up a lot of earned runs, but he has surrendered even more of the unearned variety as evidenced by his most recent start against Cleveland last week in which he gave up five runs but only two were earned in the losing effort.

Key Matchup: Detroit’s defense vs. itself

Sticking on the earn runs topic, one of the reasons for Peralta’s success early on was that the defense was — for the most part — holding up behind him when he needed it. That has not been the case in his last two starts as the Tigers have given up at least one unearned run per appearance. The fielders cannot do much about balls hit over the fence, but the ones that remain in the park — especially on the infield dirt — must be taken care of in a professional manner. And speaking of dingers, Detroit’s starter cannot afford to let one leave the park. There is no room for brain farts today.

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Vs indians tigers

CLEVELAND -- The Detroit Tigers lost a lead and missed a chance to make up ground in the American League Central.

Bradley Zimmer hit a two-run home run to break a seventh inning tie as the Cleveland Indians beat the Tigers 7-5 Sunday afternoon at Progressive Field.

The Indians (54-55) took two of the three from the Tigers (54-60) in the weekend series.

“This was a game that was winnable and we didn’t do enough to win it,” said Tigers manager A.J. Hinch. “We missed an opportunity to walk out of here with the series win.”

The Tigers scored three in the second inning when center fielder Derek Hill hit his first career home run to left-center field. The ball ricocheted off the railing and bounced back onto the field, so Hill was racing around the bases and didn’t get to fully experience a home run trot.

A few minutes later, Hill was back on defense and came within inches of robbing Owen Miller of a home run. But the ball cleared the fence and cut the Tigers’ lead to 3-2.

The Tigers added a couple more in the third when Indians starter Zach Plesac issued another uncharacteristic walk and the Tigers took advantage of a fielding error.

All three batters walked by Plesac came around to score. He exited after only four innings.

Tigers starter Wily Peralta was avoiding serious trouble until the fourth when an error by shortstop Zack Short extended the inning and led to three unearned runs.

The game was tied at 5-5 in the seventh when Myles Straw singled off Tigers reliever Erasmo Ramirez and Zimmer blasted a two-run homer to deep right. Short committed a second error in the inning, although it didn’t directly impact the scoring.

Short was optioned to Triple-A Toledo following the game.

Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera got the day off on Sunday. His next chance to reach 500 home runs will come Tuesday in Baltimore. Cabrera currently has 498.

Up next: The Tigers are off on Monday before opening a three-game series with the Baltimore Orioles on Tuesday at 7:05 p.m. at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Right-hander Casey Mize (6-6, 3.57 ERA) will start for the Tigers. Baltimore has not yet announced its starter.

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Indians vs. Tigers Game Highlights (8/14/21) - MLB Highlights

Few things feel better than sweeping a series, and the Detroit Tigers did just that this week against the Baltimore Orioles, from whom they took three-straight games coming off a disappointing series loss to the Cleveland Indians. Dropping two of three from the Tribe put the Tigers a game and a half behind the Mistake on the Lake for second place in the American League Central Division, but the tides have turned since.

With the three-game sweep of the O’s combined, with a three-game sweep at the hands of the Oakland Athletics on the part of the Tribe, the two teams are now tied for the second spot behind the division-leading Chicago White Sox — though Detroit has played four more games this season. The battle for No. 2 rages on this weekend and whoever emerges victorious will be in the AL Central passenger seat heading into the dog days of August. Game 1 kicks off with a pair of familiar pitchers we saw not too long ago.

Detroit Tigers (57-60) vs. Cleveland Indians (55-58)

Time/Place: 7:10 p.m., Comerica Park
SB Nation Site:Covering the Corner
Media:Bally Sports Detroit, MLB.TV, Tigers Radio Network
Pitching Matchup: LHP Tyler Alexander (2-1, 4.35 ERA) vs. RHP Zach Plesac (6-4, 4.84 ERA)

Game 118 Pitching Matchup

PitcherIPK%BB%FIPfWAR
Alexander60.018.85.44.510.4
Plesac89.115.65.15.100.4

It seems like just a few days ago I wrote up previews for both Tyler Alexander and Zach Plesac — wait, I DID write previews for both of them recently. Well, starting with the former, Detroit’s lefthander had his best outing of 2021 against Cleveland last Saturday, spinning 5 13 innings of shutout ball allowing just four hits while walking none and striking out four on an efficient 62 pitches thrown to guide the good guys to a 2-1 win — their only win of the series. The 27-year-old hit a bit of a bump to end July but he appears to be back on track in his two August starts so far.

Last weekend’s gem also improved Alexander's numbers as a starter over his last six appearances, dropping his ERA to a more respectable 4.43 while his WHIP sits at a tidy 1.23. Though his traditional numbers do not jump out at you, the eye test suggests that he is getting the job done, albeit in a mediocre fashion.

Opposite the Tigers starter is Zach Plesac, who got hit hard last time out against the Tigers after taming them in his first two games of 2021. Despite sporting a 1.38 ERA with 10 strikeouts over his opening 13 innings against the Olde English D this season, Detroit’s offense tattooed him for five runs — four earned — on two hits, three walks and a home run in just four frames of work in his most recent game; the 26-year-old did manage to strike out six, however. The Tribe ended up winning anyway but Plesac showed that his recent regression has not been just a blip.

Key Matchup: Offense vs. Plesac

The Motor City Kitties put Cleveland’s starter on the ropes last time out and there is no reason why they cannot replicate that performance. Plesac has been struggling since mid-May to the tune of a 6.31 ERA and a 1.38 WHIP while allowing 12 home runs over the last 41 13 innings, and is once again ripe for the picking. And speaking of replicating performances, if Alexander can turn in another beauty like he did last time, the Tigers have a great chance of opening up the weekend with a win against one of their biggest rivals.

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