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DETROIT -- Brad Ausmus saw the ball come off Brian McCanns bat and sail toward the foul pole in right field, a potentially devastating drive with the game tied in the ninth inning. Calvin Johnson Jersey . "From where I was standing you could tell it was kind of hooking," said Ausmus, Detroits first-year manager. "Pretty quickly off the bat, I was pretty confident it was going foul." It ended up foul by a few feet, and Phil Coke went on to strike McCann out. Then the Tigers took advantage of the reprieve, scoring in the bottom of the ninth to beat the New York Yankees 3-2 on Thursday. Alex Avilas two-out single off the wall in right gave Detroit the victory. The Tigers, still chasing Kansas City for the AL Central lead, pulled even with Seattle in the race for the American Leagues second wild card. The Yankees are three games back. A day after David Price gave up nine straight hits, the Tigers sent Kyle Lobstein to the mound for his first major league start. The rookie performed well, allowing one earned run in six innings. Then Detroits bullpen held off New York until the Tigers scored in the ninth off Shawn Kelley (2-5). Victor Martinez led off with a double through a shifted infield, then Kelley walked J.D. Martinez before striking out Nick Castellanos and pinch-hitter Torii Hunter. Avila followed with a drive to right that Ichiro Suzuki couldnt quite get to. Kelley flung his glove to the ground as soon as Avila connected. "Thats about as bad as Ive felt walking off a mound in my career," Kelley said. "I got myself in a hole, but then I got the two outs I needed, and I had a chance to keep the team alive. But I hung a slider, and Alex Avila can hit that pitch. Most guys can hit that pitch." Coke (2-2) got one very eventful out for the win. Hiroki Kuroda allowed two runs and four hits in seven innings for New York, but hes still without a victory over the Tigers in his career. Hes beaten baseballs other 29 teams. Avila opened the scoring in the second with a sacrifice fly, then Jacoby Ellsbury tied it in the third with an RBI single. McCanns RBI groundout in the fourth put New York ahead, and Rajai Davis tied it with a run-scoring single in the fifth. CRUCIAL START With Anibal Sanchez still recovering from an injury -- and doubleheaders on the schedule last weekend and this weekend -- the Tigers have needed spot starts from some less familiar names. Robbie Ray and Buck Farmer both failed to get out of the second inning late last week, but Lobstein was solid, allowing only four hits and a walk. "Its a close race and theyre trying to win every game," he said. "I understood that, but at the same time, youve just got to go out there and treat it as any other day." Lobstein was optioned to Triple-A Toledo after the game. The Tigers purchased the contract of right-hander Evan Reed from the Mud Hens. Ausmus announced that LHP Kyle Ryan will make his major league debut Saturday when he starts as part of a doubleheader against the Chicago White Sox. OFFENSIVE WOES: Since that eight-run inning against Price, the Yankees have scored only two runs in 15 innings -- and that was against the unproven Lobstein and Detroits erratic bullpen. At one point Thursday, New York made 16 straight outs. TRAINERS ROOM Yankees: RHP Masahiro Tanaka was on the field before the game throwing 49 pitches in a simulated game. Manager Joe Girardi said Tanaka was able to use all his pitches. The Japanese star hasnt pitched since July 8 because of a partial tear of the ulnar collateral ligament. Tigers: RHP Joakim Soria (left oblique strain) threw off flat ground Tuesday and Wednesday and felt no pain. He is scheduled to throw again Friday at a longer distance. ... RHP Luke Putkonen was scheduled to begin an injury rehabilitation assignment with Class A West Michigan on Thursday night. He has been sidelined since April 19 because of right elbow inflammation. UP NEXT Yankees: Chris Capuano (1-3) takes the mound Friday night in the opener of a three-game series at Toronto. Mark Buehrle (11-Cool starts for the Blue Jays -- he is 1-12 lifetime against the Yankees, and has lost his last 10 decisions. Tigers: Detroit begins a three-day, four-game set in Chicago against the White Sox. Justin Verlander (11-11) pitches Friday against Scott Carroll (5-Cool. Haloti Ngata Jersey . MLB executive Joe Torre ruled on Tuesday nights game at Wrigley Field that was called after 4 1-2 innings. The Cubs were declared the winners by a 2-0 score. Now, it is instead a suspended game that will resume at 4:05 p. Graham Glasgow Jersey .Y. -- Mark Steenhuis scored four goals and added two assists to lead the Buffalo Bandits over the Toronto Rock 12-10 in National Lacrosse League action on Saturday. http://www.authenticnfllionslockroom.com/Youth-Golden-Tate-III-Elite-Jersey/ . - David Tomasek had two goals in regulation time and was the lone scorer in the shootout as the Belleville Bulls upset the Oshawa Generals 6-5 on Wednesday in Ontario Hockey League action.The roster looks relatively unchanged from the 2012 edition that finished tied for a league-worst 6-12 record, but one thing the Winnipeg Blue Bombers are banking on in order to right the ship in 2013 is the development of a key prospect — head coach Tim Burke. Now, referring to the much-lauded defensive mind of Burke as a prospect is quite partial after seven seasons in the CFL, but the two-time Grey Cup champion is entering his first full season at the helm of all three phases of football following 30-plus years in defensive coaching and coordinator roles and nine games with the interim tag after Winnipegs dismissal of Paul LaPolice in late August. Burke is building a new culture in Winnipeg based on his core principles of discipline, confidence, execution, and speed. And by transferring his regimented and no-nonsense approach from the defensive side of the ball to the entire game, he may spark the change needed to overcome a championship drought that has spanned over two decades in Winnipeg. Veterans like six-year Blue Bomber Jovon Johnson see it. "I think hell bring a presence to this team that we havent had in years, and hell have success as a head coach. "Its not only the defensive backs or the defence — its the whole team now," added the leagues Most Outstanding Defensive Player in 2011. "So a lot of the team gets to see the way that he is as a coach. Weve seen it for a number of years now, but I think the rest of the players are getting to see that he holds everybody accountable and his standards are set very high. "I think a lot of players respond to the way he coaches. When youve got a tenacious coach, the way he is and the way he coaches the game, it reflects on the players and how we go out and perform. Because thats the type of guy he is, and it ultimately goes down through everybody on the team." Receiver Terrence Edwards, entering his seventh season in Winnipeg, has noticed the difference in Burke from his last bench boss. "Hes preparing us real hard, I can tell you that much. Hes trying to make practice so hard and so scattered that when you get in games its supposed to be easier. Hes really pushing us and hes in our face. "Its a little different than coach (Paul LaPolices) style. Coach Burke is really in-your-face at everybody. It doesnt matter who you are — in your face pushing you." Burke has been steadfast in applying and enforcing his principles throughout training camp — you can hear it, even when watching workouts from a distance — and he continues to work to ensure everything is done his way while in charge. "Everything is about attention to detail," Burke said. "If you let it slide in one area its going to slide in a game. Weve got to do all the little things right. The margin of error in this league is so small between victory and defeat. "I just want us to be seeking perfection every day. Trying to get better and better and better every day and practicing at a high pace and play with discipline. And trying to out-execute our opponents." But being outscored 76-6 in their two preseason contests — a 24-6 home loss at the hands of mostly starter-less Argonauts roster, and a 52-0 embaarrassment with their own skeleton roster of rookies and eventual castoffs against the Tiger-Cats in Guelph — has some feeling that the new head coach may have his team lacking confidence entering Week 1, just seven days removed from the second-worst loss in CFL preseason history. Matthew Stafford Jersey. Burke doesnt believe it will be an issue. "I dont think the preseason games have had any effect, certainly for the guys we left behind. It wasnt on TV and we didnt show them the film… When you think about it, theres just a few guys who played in that game (in Guelph) who will play this week so I dont think theres going to be a big effect." "Im sure coming off of last year and the two preseason games nobody expects us to do anything," added Johnson. "So its our job to go out and shock the world." The first ever regular season game at the spanking new Investors Group Field will be a telling matchup as the Bombers host Anthony Calvillo and the Alouettes to kick off the 2013 CFL season. Notes: Receiver Chris Matthews, fresh off his CFL Most Outstanding Rookie season in 2012, tweaked his ankle late in practice on Sunday and will be a game-time decision against Montreal in Week 1. It will be a noticeable difference for quarterback Buck Pierce — 5-foot-10 Isaac Anderson will get his fourth career start if the 6-foot-5 Matthews is unable to go … 2011 fourth-overall draft pick Jade Etienne is slated to (finally) get his first career start in Week 1 at slotback … Terrence Edwards will dress for the first time after missing both preseason games while recovering from off-season foot surgery … Nickelback Johnny Sears still isnt ready to go following his off-season ACL surgery, so either rookie Desia Dunn or sophomore Jeremy McGee will start at the position formerly referred to in Winnipeg as strong-side linebacker … Other new starters for Week 1 include Terrell Parker at weak-side linebacker, Demond Washington at the halfback spot vacated by Jonathan Hefney following his release, and Kenny Mainor enters his third CFL season eyeing career start number seven at defensive end, but dont be surprised to see import rookie Freddie Harris rotated in heavily at that spot … Starting 2013 on the one-game injured list; running back Chris Garrett, receivers Doug Pierce and Kito Poblah, nickelback Johnny Sears, defensive lineman Jake Thomas … O-lineman Tyson Pencer is the only player who will start the season on the nine-game injured list … The Bombers currently have 45 players listed on their 46-man roster, and there is another open spot on the practice roster with the rumour being that general manager Joe Mack is after a young quarterback to develop behind backups Justin Goltz and Max Hall, as well as another non-import player … The worst loss in CFL preseason history took place back in 1962 when the Blue Bombers lost 53-0 to the Alouettes in Montreal. Four months later, Winnipeg captured their fourth Grey Cup in five years with a 28-27 victory over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in the historic 50th Grey Cup game known as "The Fog Bowl." It is the first and only Grey Cup to ever have play suspended and completed the following day. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
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