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Tigers win! Gain a game.

Posted on September 20, 2012 in Football, Football, Football, Football, Michigan Sports News, Sports News - Yooper & Michigan, U.P. Sports News. Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , .

—M-L-B—Tigers win! Gain a game.

The Detroit Tigers won their second straight game over the Oakland A’s 6-2 last night at Comerica Park.

Justin Verlander notched his 15th win of the season. He threw six innings of shutout baseball.

Omar Infante had three RBIs and Miguel Cabrera hit a solo home run for Detroit, which is now two games behind the AL Central leading Chicago White Sox, after the White Sox fell to the Royals 3-to-0 last night.

The Tigers go for the sweep this afternoon in the Motor City. First pitch is 1:05 p.m.

Anibal Sanchez will take the mound for the Tigers, up against Tommy Milone of the Athletics.

Milwaukee Brewers 3, Pittsburgh Pirates 1 Cincinnati Reds 6, Chicago Cubs 5 (11 innings)


—High School Football—Tomorrow night around the area.

Negaunee is at home vs Gwinn, Ishpeming is at home vs. Norway,

Munising is at home vs. Manisitique and Marquette is away at Gladstone.


—NFL—Games of local interest this weekend.

The Green Bay Packers play Monday night in Seattle. The Detroit Lions play Sunday afternoon in Tennessee against the Titans.

The Chicago Bears are at home against the St. Louis Rams on Sunday and the Minnesota Vikings are at home against the San Francisco 49ers


—N-H-L—Preseason canceled

Detroit Red Wings fans will have to wait a bit longer to see their team take the ice, as the NHL has canceled all preseason games for September.

The league said the cancellations were necessary because of the absence of a Collective Bargaining Agreement between the NHL players association and the NHL.

If an agreement can be reached soon, the Wings will host the Penguins for their first preseason game October 3rd, with the regular season scheduled to begin October 11th.


By: Mike Plourde for Great Lakes Radio Sports

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