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Detroit — With the Tigers searching for a new vice president of player development, it was inevitable there would be some personnel changes down through the ranks, as well. The inevitability became reality on Tuesday as 11 player-development staffers were informed their contracts would not be renewed for 2022. Among them were four longtime roving coordinators:
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Associated Press |  Associated Press Cleveland — Formerly a fleet outfielder, Anthony Gose returned to the majors five years later Monday night as a rocket-armed reliever for the Cleveland Indians, flashing 100 mph heat and fanning Royals slugger Salvador Perez. Gose pitched 1 2/3 innings, allowing one run with one walk and one strikeout in the second
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By Steve Kornacki |  Special to The Detroit News Detroit — The Tigers took down yet another first-place team Monday night, beating the Central Division-leading Chicago White Sox with a 4-3 comeback win before 12,884 at Comerica Park. Detroit has won three straight, having taken the last two games at Tampa Bay against the East Division-leading Rays.
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St. Petersburg, Fla. — Where would the Tigers be without Wily Peralta? The correct answer is, you don’t want to know. The veteran right-hander pitched seven scoreless innings Sunday and the Tigers left Tropicana Field with a 2-0 win over the American League East-leading Tampa Bay Rays. BOX SCORE: Tigers 2, Rays 0 “We were pretty
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You grow accustomed to these Beau Brieske starts, comfortably, if you are Erie manager Arnie Beyeler. Brieske threw six innings Thursday against the Richmond Flying Squirrels in a Double-A game at Erie’s UMPC Park. He allowed four hits and no runs in six innings. He walked none, struck out four. Brieske, 23, and a right-handed starter
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