Tigres beat Gigantes with Miguel’s golden win within the eleventh

DETROIT – Miguel Cabrera’s game-winning single within the eleventh inning was the ultimate drive because the Detroit Tigers beat the San Francisco Giants 7-6 on Saturday.

Taylor Rodgers (0-2) led off the eleventh with a wild pitch and Spencer Torkelson took third. By shifting to heart, Cabrera reached 3,095 hits, matching Torkelson’s rating.

Sean Shreve (1-1) pitched a seven-inning shutout together with 5 Detroit relievers.

The Tigers trailed 6-1 after three innings and trailed 6-3 within the eighth, however Nick Matton singled off John Brebia and Riley Inexperienced struck out. Puerto Rican Javier Baez missed two strikes and hit a two-run double to make it 6-5.

Kerry Carpenter’s fly ball introduced Baez to 3rd and Torkelson tied the sport.

Starter Anthony Descalpani allowed three runs—two earned—on six hits in 6 2/3 innings. He ejected 5 and issued no tickets.

For the Giants, Puerto Rican Heliot Ramos is 1-0. Venezuela’s Tyro Estrada 6-2 had a run, Wilmer Flores 5-1.

For the Tigers, Puerto Rican Baez went 5-2 with a run scored and two RBIs. Venezuela’s Miguel Cabrera attracts 1-1 with RBI.

Wilmot Chandler

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