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Ninth Inning Homerun Costs Tigers Win Over Yankees

Journeyman reliever Felix Heredia gave up a walk off homerun to Yankees prospect Bronson Sardinha today in the Tigers 6-5 loss to the Yankees.  The Tigers blew a lot of chances and I know they had the bases loaded in both the first and second innings (at least, they might have also loaded them up in the fourth) but walked away with only a pair of runs (and they were both on bases loaded walks).

Justin Verlander was knocked around for three runs including a two run shot by Hideki Matsui.  Andrew Miller gave up a run in his two innings of work but Zach Miner looked sharp with two shutout innings.

Ivan Rodriguez had two hits and two runs while Placido Polanco had two hits and two RBIs.  The Tigers play the Blue Jays tomorrow and it doesn’t look like it’ll be picked up by either the Tigers or the Blue Jays so all we’ll get is a box score.

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