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Finally, Some Pitching

It helps when you go up against a 100+ loss team who’s missing one of their best hitters, but the Tigers threw a gem against the Nationals this afternoon in a 3-0 win.  Alfredo Figaro got the start in place of  Rick Porcello and all he did was throw three shutout innings.  Fernando Rodney continued to look sharp with a shutout frame while Casey Fien struck out three and gave up a pair of hits in two shutout innings.  Clay Rapada got out of a big bases loaded, no outs jam and he struck out two in his single frame.

The War of the Roses buy

Hood of Horror movie

Wilkin Ramirez pretty much was the Tigers offense.  He went three for four with two RBIs and a run.  Brent Clevlen reached base three times with a single and two walks in a game that saw the Tigers put up just seven hits.

Alright, tomorrow is the much anticipated televised game (at least it’s anticipated by me)  Zach Miner will get the start at Lakeland tomorrow against the Cardinals.

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