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Mike Maroth Hit Hard Early in Spring Loss to Mets

The Mets tagged Mike Maroth for four runs in the first inning but then he went on to throw three scoreless frames to at least go his alotted four innings.  Joel Zumaya had another mixed outing.  He walked one and gave up a hit but he struck out two and got out of it to keep his ERA at a nice, cool 0.00.  Fernando Rodney pitched a perfect ninth to close things out.

Timo Perez of all people accounted for most of the Tigers offense in the 4-2 loss.  He hit his first homerun of the spring and he scored both Tiger runs. 

In the “B” game, the Tigers beat the Phillies 5-3.  Chad Durbin pitched three innings and the only hit he gave up was a solo homerun.  Marcus Thames hit his first homerun of the spring and Brent Dlugach had a big day.  He went three for four with a homerun and three RBIs.

It looks like some good news on Magglio Ordonez.  He should be back by Tuesday, which is definitely good news.  Jeremy Bonderman gets the start tomorrow against the Devil Rays.  1:05 start time.

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