The Detroit Tigers are in a miserable tailspin right now, having lost seven of their last nine games and the division lead going into last night's contest against the Pirates. The Tigers won that game 8-4, but not before struggling closer Joe Nathan heard it from the home crowd. Nathan, it seems, is feeling a bit…
The Rays just came back to tie the Rangers at three in the 11th inning at the Trop thanks to this base-slap that just missed Joe Nathan's glove. Just one pitch after Freddy Guzmán stole second and one strike away from his 40th save, Nathan gave up the game-tying run to David DeJesus. We've seen this before.
The Rangers beat the Rays last night, but perhaps only because Marty Foster's strike zone extends to Plano.
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