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A Win

The Tigers finally took their first step today towards what many think will still be a sucessful season for the team with a 7-2 drubbing over the Red Sox.  Jeremy Bonderman lasted just five innings and looked shaky at times but he was able to buckle down and hold the defending champs to two runs.  The bullpen then put in their most impressive performance of the season with four relievers combining to throw four innings of shutout ball.

Edgar Renteria was the hitting star and he finished three for four with two doubles, a walk, two RBIs and two runs.  Marcus Thames belted his first homer of the season and Carlos Guillen hit his first since opening day. 

The Tigers try to make it two straight tonight and it’ll be Nate Robertson going up against Tim Wakefield.  Both of these guys looked shaky in their first start so hopefully it’ll be Nate that bounces back.

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