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Tuesday night was just the latest example of Coke's rather remarkable ability to build a fire and then quickly fan the flames even when no hot spot even existed.
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But fans of the Detroit Tigers fans are more interested in results, especially when it comes to Avila.
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Chicago White Sox left-hander Charlie Leesman didn't occupy Chris Sale's spot for very long Tuesday night in an 8-6 loss to the Tigers at Comerica Park.
Phil Coke allowed three runs in the ninth inning, including a two-run homer by Adam Dunn, to cut the Tigers' lead to 8-6.
Several of the league's most prized hitters have stumbled out of the gate, including Encarnacion, who was homerless until a monster shot that helped the Jays to a 9-3 win Tuesday night over the Baltimore Orioles before 14,866 at the Rogers Centre.
The grounds crew works on the field Tuesday afternoon in preparation for the game between the Detroit Tigers and the Chicago White Sox.
The Oakland Athletics' Josh Donaldson follows through on an RBI double against the Houston Astros in teh seventh inning at O.co Coliseum in Oakland, Calif., Sunday, April 20, 2014.
A flexor muscle strain landed Sale on the disabled list, general manager Rick Hahn announced after Monday's 3-1 White Sox victory.
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They belonged to Alex Avila. They broke down accordingly a couple of hours before the Tigers got ready Monday to play the White Sox at Comerica Park.
Detroit - The Tigers and White Sox play the first game of their four-game series on Monday at 7:08 p.m. at Comerica Park .
Nelson Cruz didn't become a two-time All-Star with Texas by picking on any particular team, but his track record of success against one Orioles rival is becoming evident.
Sometimes on an MLB team, the hardest and most unheralded role is that of the set-up man.
It was actually the type of play that happens all the time, but usually in baseball games where someone's mom brings a postgame snack.
Miguel Cabrera is stinky right now. There's no other way to describe Cabrera's struggles at the plate after he went hitless against the Los Angeles Angels on Easter Sunday before a crowd of 28,921 at Comerica Park.