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In what’s probably the most disappointing loss of the season, Mike Maroth throws 7 innings of no hit ball (in fact the only guy to reach base was hit by a pitch), then the door comes off its hinges and he gives up four hits in the seventh. Matt Anderson comes in to try to stop the bleeding, and gets summarily whipped as well. Jamie Walker can’t get his guy out. So it took four Tigers pitchers in the seventh to get the final out.

And in the first game of the doubleheader, a most unusual occurance happened. B.J. Ryan comes in and picks Infante off of first base in the seventh inning. He then gets replaced in the beginning of the eighth, and without throwing a single pitch, earns a victory.

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