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60-68, 5th in AL Cent

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Ian Kinsler launched his 9th HR in the opener against the Blue Jays. #Tigers

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Long ball leads Blue Jays past Tigers (0:42)
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Blue Jays hit 3 HRs in 5-3 win over Tigers

Josh Donaldson and Troy Tulowitzki hit back-to-back home runs, Jose Bautista also connected and the Toronto Blue Jays won for the eighth time in 10 games, beating the Detroit Tigers 5-3 on Friday

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Final: Blue Jays 5, Tigers 3

Josh Donaldson, Troy Tulowitzki and Jose Bautista each hit solo homers to back R.A. Dickey (6.2 IP, 6 H, 3 ER) and give Toronto its 6th win in 7 games. Box score

Tigers cut the deficit

The Tigers have cut the deficit against the Blue Jays thanks to a two-run HR from CF Anthony Gose, whose bomb took R.A. Dickey out of the game. Gose is hitting .253 on the season with four HRs. Follow live

The fireworks continue in Toronto

The Blue Jays continue to lay the lumber as Jose Bautista hit the Jays' third home run of the game to give his club a 5-1 lead after five innings. Bautista is hitting .244 this season. Follow live

Tigers get out of jam, but surrender a run

The Blue Jays had the bases full with no outs, but only managed to get one more run before the Tigers ended the inning. After four innings, Toronto leads 4-1. Follow live

Blue Jays pull ahead with two dingers

Blue Jays SS Troy Tulowitzki and 3B Josh Donaldson both went yard to left field to give their club a 3-1 lead against the Tigers after three innings. Follow live

Toronto ties it up immediately

While the Tigers jumped out to an early lead thanks to an Ian Kinsler HR, the Blue Jays answered right away with Edwin Encarnacion driving in Jose Bautista. Follow live

Tigers jump out early with Kinsler HR

Well, it didn't take long for the Tigers to get the bats going against R.A. Dickey and the Blue Jays. Second baseman Ian Kinsler went yard on the first pitch he saw. Detroit leads 1-0. Follow live

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All smiles in the 6ix! #Tigers

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Learning from a disappointing season

If baseball's four most disappointing teams -- Nationals, Padres, Mariners, Tigers -- were to take away one lesson from this season, what would it be? Dan Szymborski has the answers. Managers matter (Insider)

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Shoemaker dominant in Angels' shutout (1:11)

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Randy Wolf limited the Angels to a run, striking out 5 this afternoon in the finale. #TheWolfPack

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#HaloRecap: Matt Shoemaker tosses a gem in his Michigan homecoming, blanking the Tigers into the 8th. #FearTheBeard

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Let's go #Tigers! ??????????

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Szymborski: Four teams that can learn from disappointment

If baseball's four most disappointing teams -- Nationals, Padres, Mariners, Tigers -- were to take away one lesson from this season, what would it be? Dan Szymborski provides an answer for each.

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60 years and counting! #GoTigers

2015 Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs5647th
Batting Average.2731st
On Base Percentage.3302nd
Slugging Percentage.4313rd
Earned Run Average4.4927th
Quality Starts5921st
WHIP1.3525th
BAA.26725th

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