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Baltimore 6 Detroit 0.  Chris  Tillman uses the fastball to set up the curve ball and changeup in keeping Detroit off balance.  The longball provided the Orioles with four of their runs.  

 

 

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NCAA has ruled quarterback Shea Patterson is eligible to play for Michigan.  

 

 

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Minnesota 3 Cincinnati 1, Minnesota batting in the bottom of the seventh.  

 

 

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Minnesota 3 Cincinnati 1, final.  Minnesota pitching shuts down the Reds.  

 

 

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Detroit 9 Baltimore 5.  Detroit took advantage of Baltimore's struggles with location.  Doubleplays helped bailed a struggling Francisco Liriano.  The bullpen, however, struggled, but were able make pitches when needed.  

 

 

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Boston 112 Milwaukee 96.  Shooting from the field and control of the boards on both ends help the Celtics eliminate Milwaukee.  

 

 

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Baltimore 5 Detroit 3.  The long ball, aggressive base running and defense by the Orioles, a basereunning mistake by Detroit and missed scoring chances.  

 

 

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Halifax, Nova Scotia - A man robs a Tim Horton's and tries to use the harbor ferry as his getaway vehicle.  The police notified the captain to turn the ferry around.  Once back on shore, police arrested the suspect.  

 

 

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Detroit 2 Tampa 1.  Matt Boyd combined with three relievers to shut down Tampa on one run on eight hits using a combination of sliders, fastballs, and changeups to slow down the Ray's timing.  Tampa Bay also had a runner thrown out the plate in the fourth inning.  

 

 

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Detroit 3 Tampa Bay 2, 12 innings.  Ability to manufacture runs and defense by Detroit.  Detroit turned three doubleplays including an unconventional home to first twinkilling.  A leaping grab in the eighth inning by Dixon Machado took away an RBI hit.  The bunt played an important as a sacrifice in the fifth led to a run scoring on an infield out.  John Hicks caught Tampa Bay by surprise in the 12th with a bunt after a leadoff triple for the winning run.  

 

 

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Game 2 NBA Eastern Conference second round Philadelphia - Boston tonight at 8:30 P.M.  Boston leads the series 1-0.  

 

 

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Kansas city 10 Detroit 6.  An ineffective Detroit pitching staff that didn't fool anybody.  Three of their mistakes left the ballpark accounting for four runs.  A base running mistake in the 6th resulted in a line drive doubleplay.  Detroit also missed a chanced in the eighth.  

 

 

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Boston 108 Philadelphia 103.  Lane penetration, control of the glass on both ends of the floor, points in transition allow Celtics to rally from a 22 point deficit.  Boston leads the series 2-0.  

 

 

 

 

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Kansas City 4 Detroit 2.  Detroit's bullpen struggled with location and finding the strike zone in a four run Kansas City eighth inning.  The Royals got a sliding catch in foul territory in the ninth.  Detroit also missed a chance in the sixth.  

 

 

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Game 3 NBA Eastern Conference second round Philadelphia - Boston today at 5:00 P.M. in Philadelphia.  Boston leads the series 2-0.  

 

 

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Detroit 3 Kansas city 0, middle of the first inning.  

 

 

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Detroit 3 Kansas City 2.  Timely pitching by Detroit.  Jordan Zimmerman and relievers had Kansas City hitters chasing pitches out of the strike zone.  Royals would leave the bases loaded in the fifth.  

 

 

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Boston 101 Philadelphia 98.  Turnovers at the end of regulation and overtime, inability to get defensive stops and finish plays at the offensive end of the floor.  Boston leads the series 3-0.  

 

 

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Seattle has released defensive end Cliff Avril after a failed physical.  A neck injury will likely end Avril's career.  

 

 

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Game 4 NBA Eastern Conference second round - Philadelphia 76 Boston 65, end of the third quarter.  Boston leads the series 3-0.  

 

 

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Kansas City 4 Detroit 2.  Aggressive base running and defensive lapses by Detroit.  Detroit allowed three stolen bases in the third inning, two with a 3-2 count and with two outs on Mike Moustakas and with shift on against the left handed hitter.  So we had a failure to cover the bases.  Detroit hitters continue to be fooled by the slider.  

 

 

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Detroit Pistons have fired coach Stan Van Gundy.  

 

 

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Texas 7 Detroit 6.  Aggressive baserunning by Texas and defensive lapses by Detroit.  After a two run double by Isiah Kiner-Kalefa, he scored the tying run in the sixth from second base on an infield single when pitcher Alex Wilson failed to cover first base.  Delino Deshields reached on a two out error in the seventh and scored all the way from first when Dixon Machado couldn't handle a ground ball that was ruled a single.  Deshields would run down a fly ball in center field in the eighth and Texas turned a double play to end the inning.  

 

 

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Philadelphia 103 Boston 92.  Turnovers by the Celtics and control of the offensive glass by the 76ers.  Boston leads the series 3-1.  

 

 

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Game 5 NBA Eastern Conference second round Philadelphia - Boston tonight at 8:00 P.M. at Boston.  Celtics lead the series 3-1.  

 

 

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