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Harden Bests Bonderman in Pitching Duel

This one was all it was supposed to be. Jeremy Bonderman threw a great game, it just wasn’t enough. In the 2-1 loss, Jeremy went 7 innings, gave up only four hits and two runs, but walked five. Harden was equally impressive, going seven as well. He gave up seven hits, walked three, and struck out eight.

One quick look at the numbers, and it’s pretty encouraging that the Tigers top four hitters are all still hitting over .300. And this is a lineup without one of their best hitters, Dmitri Young. Last year at this time, I doubt if we had four guys hitting over .250. Pitching the last few days has been encouraging. Steve Colyer threw two shutout innings in a high leverage situation, so he’s now gone back to back with shutout two inning outings.

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