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Bless You Boys Apr 19, 2014
Tigers 5, Angels 2: Losing skid to Halos snapped at 10, Max Scherzer earns first win of season

Tigers 5, Angels 2: Losing skid to Halos snapped at 10, Max Scherzer earns first win of season

Powered by the bats of Nick Castellanos and Victor Martinez and riding seven strong innings from Max Scherzer, the Tigers beat the Angels for the first time since August 2012. The Tigers' losing streak to the Halos ends at ten games. The Detroit Tigers bounced back from a miserable performance on Friday, beating the the Los Angeles Angels 5-2 behind the right arm of Max Scherzer and a pair of long balls. The Tigers recorded their their first win over the Angels since August 2012, snapping a ten game losing streak. Scherzer (1-1) got stronger as the game went on, earning his first win of...
Bless You Boys Apr 19, 2014
Final: Tigers 5, Angels 2

Final: Tigers 5, Angels 2

Max Scherzer was dominant and the offense was brilliant as the Detroit Tigers finally ended a nearly two-year long drought against the Los Angeles Angels. DETROIT--On a day when the weather could not have been more perfect, the Detroit Tigers finally ended an ongoing 10 game losing streak to the Los Angeles Angels in home run fashion. Not only was the pitching by the Tigers pristine all around but an offense that had struggled to produce results in recent games came alive. Max Scherzer was dominant, allowing only a leadoff solo home run by J.B. Shuck in the first inning. Following the home...
Grand Rapids Press Apr 19, 2014
Tigers 5, Angels 2: Nick Castellanos homers, Max Scherzer lights out as Detroit snaps losing streak to Los Angeles

Tigers 5, Angels 2: Nick Castellanos homers, Max Scherzer lights out as Detroit snaps losing streak to Los Angeles

Max Scherzer gave up a home run to the first batter he faced Saturday but didnt allow any additional damage in his seven innings in Detroits 5-2 win over the Angels. Detroit Tigers third baseman Nick Castellanos arrives at home plate after his two-run home run off Los Angeles Angels starting pitcher C.J. Wilson during the second inning on Saturday.AP Photo  DETROIT -- The Detroit Tigers have had to rely heavily on their bullpen the past few days. Max Scherzer decided to give them a break. Scherzer gave up a home run to the first batter he faced Saturday, but...

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