INDIANAPOLIS, IN.: The Mud Hens were held by the Indians pitching staff to two hits for the second time in their last three games and Indianapolis defeated Toledo, 7-0, in the series opener on Tuesday evening at Victory Field. Despite taking the loss, Joey Wentz (0-2) turned in a solid INDIANAPOLIS, IN.: The Mud Hens
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Tigers righty Michael Pineda sustained a fractured right middle finger when he was hit by a comebacker in his weekend start against the Orioles, but manager AJ Hinch said in an appearance on MLB Network Radio on SiriusXM today that the injury is not expected to require surgery (Twitter link via Jason Beck of MLB.com).
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ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Harold Castro, best known for hitting singles, enjoyed the moment. He had no doubt the baseball would soar over the right-field wall. “I knew it,” Castro said. So, he pimped his ninth home run in 252 career games. JEFF SEIDEL: Tigers continue to keep us guessing. But here are 10 reasons to remain optimistic For
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