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Detroit 5 Toronto 4.  Detroit turns its first triple play in 16 years to stop a rally in the sixth.  A diving stop by Jeimer Candalario on a hard hit ground was turned into a 5-4-3 triple after Toronto has scored a run.  Detroit also turned a doubleplay in the seventh.  The Blue Jays also missed chances in the first and third and had a runner picked off second base in the fifth after a run had scored.  Both teams had two round trippers, the difference was one of Detroit's shots came with the bases loaded.  

 

 

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Toronto 5 Detroit 4.  Brett Anderson shuts down Detroit with a combination of fastballs, changeups, and curveballs after surrendering a two run homer in the first in six innings of work.  A doubleplay in the second and spectacular catch in the fifth limited Detroit's chances and there also an inability to advance base runners.  

 

 

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Cleveland 11 Detroit 0.  Cleveland wins its 19th straight as Carlos Carrasco handcuffs Detroit win command of his pitches.  A lot of the outs came on changeups and curveballs.  He also mixed the fastball and the slider.  Pitches over the plate by Detroit was another factor.  Detroit got nine hits, but were unable to advance baserunners.  

 

 

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Not knowing much about baseball rules, here's a Q for the informed. 

I happened to see a batter with (let's say) 1-2 on the count, 1 out. The batter argues with the ump about the strike call and gets thrown out of the game. How many are out, 1 or 2? 

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18 hours ago, kinot-2 said:

Not knowing much about baseball rules, here's a Q for the informed. 

I happened to see a batter with (let's say) 1-2 on the count, 1 out. The batter argues with the ump about the strike call and gets thrown out of the game. How many are out, 1 or 2? 

The batter would be out of the game and his replacement assumes the count.  There is still one out at that point.  

 

 

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Detroit 3 Chicago 2.  Mikie Mahtook lines a hanging slider up the middle for a game winning RBI single in the bottom of the ninth for the win.  Two walks and a wail pitch set Mahtook.  Anibal Sanchez set down the White Sox on one run in six innings using fastballs, cutters, sliders, and the sinkerball.  Detroit got a doubleplay in the fourth inning to eliminate a possible rally.  

 

 

 

 

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Chicago White Sox 10 Detroit 4.  Starting pitching struggles again as Myles Jaye couldn't locate pitches and getting the third out.  Jaye lasted 1 2/3 innings allowing six runs on five hits with the scoring coming after two outs.  The bullpen continued its usual habit of eliminating a possible comeback in allowing four runs of their own.  Detroit also missed a chance to add to its three run second inning and wasted a leadoff double in the third.  A defensive play at third in the ninth aided the White Sox.  

 

 

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Detroit 12 Chicago 0.  Matt Boyd misses a no hitter when Tim Anderson lifts a 2-2 changeup to the base of the right field with two outs in the ninth inning.  Boyd used a combination of changing speeds and a curveball to set down the White Sox in a complete game one hitter.  Chicago had only one other base runner, a two out walk in the third inning.  Defensive plays by the infielders kept Boyd's chance for a no hitter going.  

 

 

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Oakland 9 Detroit 8.  Bullpen blows another lead as Alex Wilson leaves a cutter up in the strike zone that resulted in a grand slam home run in the eighth inning.  Oakland had two other solo shots.  Detroit compounded its problem by leaving the bases loaded in the fourth, fifth, and eighth innings and had a runner thrown out at third trying to stretch a double into a triple.  

 

 

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Oakland 3 Detroit 2.  Inability by Detroit to get the timely hit and a fastball over the plate to Marcus Semien in the seventh are the difference.  Five times Detroit left runners in scoring position - twice at third - including the ninth inning after Andrew Romine sent a slider into the rightfield corner for a two run single and moved to second on a wild pitch.  The bullpen allowed yet another home run when Semien sent a fastball into the seats for a 3-0 lead in the seventh.  

 

 

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