Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Tigers beat New York Yankees 4-2

By Matt Harding
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In the second game of the series against the Yankees, the Tigers threw Brad Penny, just 1-3 before the contest. Penny went six innings strong, giving up on
e unearned run on six hits and two walks. He also struck out a batter.

The Yankee's starter and 2009 Cy Young Award winner CC Sabathia went seven innings giving up four earned runs and ten hits.

CC Sabathia couldn't fool the Tigers tonight!
Photo by Matt Harding / In Play! Magazine


The Tigers jumped ah
ead in the first inning with a pair of hits and a sac fly. Their lead remained 2-0 until the top of the fourth when the Yanks countered with a couple of base hits of their own, cutting the lead to 2-1.

In the fifth inning, after a Brandon Inge walk, Austin Jackson tripled to left field. A Scott Sizemore single
brought him around to score.

Jackson hustles to third base
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New York's Mark Teixeira blasted a solo home run off of Mark Schlereth in the top of the eighth inning. However, that's all the damage that the Yankees would do, losing 4-2. Closer Jose Valverde gets the save while Penny received the W. The Tigers play the Yanks again Wednesday night and Thursday afternoon.

Mark Teixeira blasts a solo shot to left field
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1 comment:

  1. It was nice to see Penny do well last night, I was impressed with all of the Tigers, nice blog Matt.

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