Detroit Tigers Making Heartburn Medication Scarce in Michigan

Posted: 22nd September 2009 by Matt Snyder in MLB
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The Tigers are bound and determined to keep this division race interesting. First, it was the two week nose dive that they are just now (hopefully) coming out of, after they seemingly had the division tied up in a bow. And tonight, they made things interesting against the Indians. After seven shutout innings from Edwin Jackson, who appeared to have his pitch-tipping problem solved, the Tigers' middle relief made things a little too tight for my liking. Bobby Seay entered the game in the eighth and gave up two singles after recording the first out, giving way to Brandon Lyon. Lyon was able to force a fly out before the next two hitters, forcing in a run. He then struck out Luis Valbuena to end the inning. Looking back, I guess it was only one bad inning. And it wasn't even that bad in the e ...

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