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Tigers Take Series Over Rangers, One Game Below .500

The Tigers have somehow been playing a lot of short games, and this was no exception, clocking in at around two and a half hours. When three is the norm, it’s good to know the pitchers are working, and some of the rule changes are possibly speeding up the game.

Jason Johnson pulled his Dr. Jeckyl/Mr. Hyde routine by having a very impressive performance. His blister bothered him, so he came out after five, but he struck out seven. Three relievers shut down the Rangers the rest of the way so the Tigers could take home a 3-1 victory.

Omar Infante hit his second homer of the series. Looked like a carbon copy of his dinger on Friday. Alex Sanchez went 3 for 4.

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