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ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Detroit Tigers left-hander Eduardo Rodriguez signaled to manager A.J. Hinch in the dugout with one out in the first inning. He exited Wednesday’s start moments later, after a mound visit from athletic trainer Doug Teter.  Six of seven batters reached safely against Rodriguez, whose four-seam fastball averaged 89.5 mph. The 29-year-old primarily
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ST. PETERSBURG — Tigers starter Eduardo Rodriguez left Wednesday afternoon’s game against the Rays with a trainer after 23 pitches and one out. Rodriguez allowed three consecutive singles to begin his outing before walking in a run and surrendering a two-run single to Francisco Mejía. After getting Isaac Paredes to fly out, Rodriguez walked Vidal
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Show Caption Hide Caption Miguel Cabrera and MLB’s members of the 3,000-hits club Detroit Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera has joined the 3,000-hits club, the 33rd player in Major League Baseball history to do so. Ryan Ford, Wochit Detroit Tigers (13-24) vs. Tampa Bay Rays (22-15) When: 1:10 p.m. Wednesday. Where: Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg,
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Show Caption Hide Caption Miguel Cabrera and MLB’s members of the 3,000-hits club Detroit Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera has joined the 3,000-hits club, the 33rd player in Major League Baseball history to do so. Ryan Ford, Wochit Detroit Tigers (13-24) vs. Tampa Bay Rays (22-15) When: 1:10 p.m. Wednesday. Where: Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg,
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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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