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Detroit Free Press Sep 11, 2019
How the Detroit Tigers scored their wildest win of the year

How the Detroit Tigers scored their wildest win of the year

The Detroit Tigers didn't let the New York Yankees' six homers stop them from an epic comeback on Tuesday in a 12-11 win.        
Bless You Boys Sep 11, 2019
Links: How the Tigers almost broke Baseball-Reference

Links: How the Tigers almost broke Baseball-Reference

Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/ The “home” game in Oakland caused more trouble than just confusing fans, plus the worst losses of 2020 and prospect news. The Detroit Tigers’ wild walk-off victory against the New York Yankees Tuesday night spared the team a chance at breaking the 2003 club’s record for futility by winning their 43rd game of the year. But the series that came before started weirder than anyone had foreseen. The Tigers “home” game in Oakland nearly broke everything Eno Sarris takes a look at the bizarre makeup match between the Tigers and the Oakland Athletics...
Pinstripe Alley Sep 11, 2019
Yankees lose 12-11 slugfest as Tigers walk off in the ninth

Yankees lose 12-11 slugfest as Tigers walk off in the ninth

Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports The Yankees had 11 hits and six home runs but it wasn’t enough to beat the worst team in the American League. The Yankees traveled to Detroit on Tuesday to face the Tigers for the first game of a three-game series. After ripping off three straight wins to take a series in Boston, the Bombers kept rolling early on in tonight’s game, but an early lead quickly evaporated, and New York was left with one of their more bizarre losses of the season. Brett Gardner started off the game with a solo home run in the first inning, giving the Yankees a 1-0 lead. The...
Bless You Boys Sep 10, 2019
Tigers 12, Yankees 11: Jordy Mercer walks it off

Tigers 12, Yankees 11: Jordy Mercer walks it off

Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports Despite allowing six home runs, the Tigers nickel-and-dimed their way to victory over the Bronx Bombers. It was a battle of worst against first at Comerica Park on Tuesday night. The team with the worst record in Major League Baseball went up against the team with the best, but in true David vs. Goliath fashion, it was your Detroit Tigers who came out victorious against the New York Yankees in a wild 12-11 shootout. If you turned it off after the second inning, then boy did you miss one heck of a game. The Yankees bludgeoned Tigers’ starter Edwin Jackson...
New York Daily News Sep 10, 2019

Yankees lose to Tigers in ridiculous shootout

DETROIT — The Yankees hammered the homers, but bombed out Tuesday night. Despite hitting six home runs, the Yankees fell to the worst team in baseball. Jordy Mercer’s second hit of the game gave the Tigers a 12-11 walkoff win over the Bombers at Comerica Park. The loss snapped a three-game winning...

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