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<ul><li><p>YESTERDAYS ACTION: The Tigers won the rubber game of their series against the Giants, 6-2, at Comerica Park. Detroit jumped on San Francisco starter Chris Stra on early, scoring a fi rst inning run on a RBI single by Miguel Cabrera. The Tigers added three more runs in the second inning on a RBI single by Alex Presley and a two-run homer by Dixon Machado, his fi rst Major League home run. Another RBI single by Presley in the third inning put the Tigers in front 5-0. The Giants got two runs back in the sixth on a RBI triple by Joe Panik and a RBI groundout by Hunter Pence. The Tigers added an insurance run in the eighth inning on a RBI single by Nicholas Castellanos. Anibal Sanchez (W, 1-0) started for Detroit and allowed two runs on six hits with a season-high eight strikeouts. Shane Greene, Bruce Rondn and Jus n Wilson each threw a perfect inning in relief to preserve the win.</p><p>J-UP ADDED TO AL ALL-STAR TEAM: Major League Baseball announced earlier today that Tigers ou! ielder Jus n Upton has been added to the American League All-Star Team. It marks Uptons fourth career All-Star selec on (also, 2009, 2011 and 2015) and his fi rst in the AL. In 78 games this season, Upton is hi" ng .271 (76x280) with 51 runs scored, 21 doubles, 15 home runs and 54 RBI. He currently ranks third in the AL with a .384 (28x73) ba" ng average with runners in scoring posi on and ed for fourth with six ou! ield assists.</p><p>SENSATIONAL SANCHIE: Anibal Sanchez earned his fi rst win of the season yesterday vs. San Francisco, tossing 6.0 innings and allowing two runs on fi ve hits with eight strikeouts. It marked Sanchezs fi rst victory since August 23, 2016 at Minnesota. In four starts since being recalled from Triple A Toledo, Sanchez has a 1-0 record with a 3.09 ERA (23.1IP/8ER) and 22 strikeouts.</p><p>ELIAS SAYS: According to the Elias Sports Bureau, with his win yesterday, Anibal Sanchez has a 7-2 record with a 2.09 ERA (69.0IP/16ER) in home games against Na onal League teams. Against American League visitors in Detroit over the last fi ve seasons, Sanchez is 20-18 with a 4.43 ERA (335.1IP/165ER).</p><p>TRIPLE THREAT: Nicholas Castellanos recorded his American League leading sixth triple in yesterdays game, tying his single-season career high (also, 6 in 2015). Castellanos is looking to become the fi rst Tiger to lead the AL in triples since Aus n Jackson had 10 in 2012.</p><p>NO FREE PASSES: Four Tigers pitchers combined to not issue a walk in yesterdays game vs. San Francisco. It was the second me this season the Tigers have not walked a ba er in a game (other, 6/29 vs. KC). The Tigers also struck out 13 ba ers in yesterdays win. It marked just the seventh me since 1913 that the Tigers have struck out 13-or-more ba ers in a game, while not issuing a walk (last, 8/3/2014 vs. COL).</p><p>MR. 2,000: Tigers designated hi er Victor Mar nez enters tonights game one hit shy of 2,000 for his career. Only eight ac ve players in the majors have at least 2,000 career hits -- Ichiro Suzuki (3,054), Adrian Beltre (2,975), Albert Pujols (2,901), Carlos Beltrn (2,681), Miguel Cabrera (2,589), Robinson Can (2,295), Ma Holliday (2,056) and Jos Reyes (2,030). Mar nez is also looking to become the eighth Venezuelan-born player to reach the 2,000 hit mark.</p><p>MIGGY ROCKS VS. CLEVELAND: Miguel Cabrera has posted impressive career numbers against the Indians. In 173 games vs. Cleveland, Cabrera has a .345 (226x655) ba" ng average with 122 runs scored, 35 doubles, 45 home runs and 150 RBI. He leads all ac ve players with 226 hits, 122 runs scored, 45 home runs and 150 RBI against the Indians, while he is second with a .345 ba" ng average, a .422 on-base percentage and 1.026 OPS and third with a .605 slugging percentage. In 86 career games at Progressive Field, Cabrera has posted a .345 (118x342) ba" ng average with 64 runs scored, 19 doubles, 24 home runs and 81 RBI.</p><p>TIGERS AND INDIANS: The Tigers have won fi ve of their fi rst nine games against the Indians this year, surpassing their win total from the en re 2016 season (4-14). Da ng back to last season, Detroit has won three of the last four series vs. Cleveland. The Tigers won two of three games in the fi rst series this season in Cleveland, but the Indians have won four of the last fi ve series here at Progressive Field.</p><p>HALL, STEWART EARN TIGERS MINOR LEAGUE HONORS FOR JUNE: Le# handed pitcher Ma Hall and ou! ielder Chris n Stewart have been named the Tigers Pitcher and Player of the Month, respec vely, for the month of June. Hall pitched in four games, including three starts, with Single A Lakeland during the month and had a 3-0 record with a 0.00 ERA (25.2IP/0ER) and 31 strikeouts. Hall also garnered Florida State League Player of the Month honors for June. Stewart played in 29 games with Double A Erie and hit .317 (32x101) with 16 runs scored, nine doubles, fi ve home runs and 21 RBI. </p><p>SIGNED, SEALED AND DELIVERED: The Tigers today announced the signing of their 28th round selec on from the 2017 MLB Dra# , 2B Cameron Warner from Texas Chris an University. With the signing of Warner, the Tigers have now signed 31 of the 40 players the club selected in this years dra# .</p><p>NOTES ON THE SKIPPER: Brad Ausmus is in his fourth season at the helm for the Tigers a# er being named the 37th manager in Tigers history on November 3, 2013. *Enters tonights game with a 288-280 (.507) record as DETs manager.*Led the Tigers to a 90-72 record and a postseason berth in his fi rst year as manager in 2014, joining Hughie Jennings (1907), Mickey Cochrane (1934) and Jim Leyland (2006) in accomplishing the feat. *Managed Team Israel in the 2013 World Baseball Classic. *Spent 18 seasons as a catcher at the major league level with the Padres (1993-96), Tigers (1996, 1999- 2000), Astros (1997-98, 2001-07) and Dodgers (2009- 10)...made eight postseason appearances as a player, including two trips to the Na onal League Championship Series and one to the World Series. *Ranks third all- me among catchers with 12,839 putouts, while he is 10th in innings played (15,840.2) and games started (1,766).</p><p>FANTASY CAMP AT COMERICA PARK: The Tigers are off ering several exci ng fantasy experiences for fans in the coming months. *On Friday, August 4th (7:00-11:00pm) and Saturday, August 5th (9:00am-12:30pm), par cipants will have the opportunity to take ba" ng prac ce at Comerica Park off former Tigers pitchers (August 4 - Frank Tanana; August 5 - Dave Rozema), shag fl y balls, play catch, and take extra swings in the Tigers indoor ba" ng cages. Family and friends are welcome to watch the ac on from the stands (free of charge)! Fans can register for this event at h p://detroit. gers.mlb.com/det/fan_forum/fantasybp/ *Over the weekend of August 25-27, the Tigers are hos ng a three-day Field of Dreams fantasy camp at Comerica Park with over 10 hours of games played on the fi eld. Former Tigers Dave Rozema, Jon Warden, Rick Leach and Dan Petry will serve as coaches/instructors. Each camper will receive a personalized authen c home Tigers uniform to keep and their own clubhouse locker. There will be an Opening Day party on Friday night, Saturday and Sunday lunch, and a Saturday night event at Hockeytown Cafe. Camp is for adults 21 and over and can be reserved at h p://detroit. gers.mlb.com/det/fan_forum/fi eldofdreams.jsp.</p><p>THE DISTRICT DETROITThe District Detroit is one of the largest sports and </p><p>entertainment developments in the country. Located </p><p>in the heart of Detroit, this 50-block, mixed-use </p><p>development led by the Ilitch organiza on unites six </p><p>world-class theaters, fi ve neighborhoods and three </p><p>professional sports venues in one vibrant, walkable </p><p>des na on for people who want to live, work and </p><p>play in an exci ng urban environment. Home to the </p><p>Detroit Tigers, Detroit Red Wings, Detroit Pistons </p><p>and Detroit Lions - The District Detroit represents </p><p>the greatest density </p><p>of professional sports </p><p>teams in one downtown </p><p>core in the country. </p><p>For more informa on, </p><p>visit districtdetroit.com/</p><p>fanguide.</p><p>UPCOMING GAME DETAILSDATE OPPONENT GAME TIME (ET) TIGERS OPPONENT TV/RADIO PROBABLE PITCHER PROBABLE PITCHERSaturday, 7/8 @ Cleveland 7:15 p.m. RHP Jus n Verlander (5-5, 4.96) RHP Mike Clevinger (4-3, 3.33) FOX/97.1Sunday, 7/9 @ Cleveland 8:05 p.m. RHP Michael Fulmer (8-6, 3.20) RHP Corey Kluber (7-3, 2.85) ESPN/97.1Mon-Thu, 7/10-13 *ALL-STAR BREAK* </p><p>Detroit Tigers (38-46) vs. Cleveland Indians (45-39)Friday, July 7, 2017 Progressive Field, Cleveland, OH 7:10 p.m. ET</p><p>RHP Jordan Zimmermann (5-6, 5.58) vs. RHP Carlos Carrasco (9-3, 3.50)Game #85 Road #42 TV: FOX Sports Detroit Radio: 97.1 The Ticket</p><p>TIGERS AT A GLANCEOverall ............................................................. 38-46Current Streak ...................................................W1At Comerica Park ........................................... 23-20On the Road................................................... 15-26Day games ..................................................... 19-15Night games ................................................... 19-31vs. AL East .......................................................... 8-9vs. AL Central ................................................. 19-14vs. AL West ...................................................... 7-17vs. NL ................................................................. 4-6Tigers score fi rst ............................................ 21-20Opponents score fi rst .................................... 17-26Scoring fi ve-or-more runs .............................. 31-12Scoring four-or-less runs .................................. 7-34Extra innings ...................................................... 0-3One-run games .............................................. 10-13Two-run games .................................................. 5-8Tigers get quality start ................................... 27-19Tigers starter works 6+ innings ...................... 30-21Lead a# er 6th/7th/8th inning ....... 34-7/33-7/34-4Trail a# er 6th/7th/8th inning ........ 0-34/1-36/0-39Tied a# er 6th/7th/8th inning ...............4-5/4-3/4-3Tigers out hit opponent ................................... 26-9Opponent out hits Tigers ............................... 10-32Tigers and opponent have equal hits ................ 2-5Tigers hit home run ....................................... 37-24Tigers do not hit a home run ........................... 1-22Come-from-behind wins ..................................... 22</p><p>TIGERS VS. INDIANS2017 Record: 5-4</p><p>2017 at Home: 3-32017 at Cleveland: 2-1</p><p>All-Time Record: 1117-1075-12All-Time at Home: 606-486-5</p><p>All-Time at Comerica Park: 85-74All-Time at Cleveland: 511-589-7</p><p>2017 Game LogDate Site Result Winner/Loser/Save4/14 CLE W, 7-6 Norris/Bauer/Rodriguez4/15 CLE L, 13-6 Kluber/Verlander4/16 CLE W, 4-1 Boyd/Carrasco/Rodriguez5/1 DET W, 7-1 Norris/Bauer5/2 DET W, 5-2 Verlander/Kluber/Rodriguez5/3 DET L, 3-2 Carrasco/Boyd/Allen5/4 DET *PPD., Rain 6/30 DET *PPD., Rain 7/1 DET W, 7-3 Greene/Shaw/J.Wilson DET L, 4-1 Carrasco/Zimmermann/Miller7/2 DET L, 11-8 Clevinger/Verlander/Allen7/7 CLE 7/8 CLE 7/9 CLE 9/1 DET DET 9/2 DET 9/3 DET 9/11 CLE 9/12 CLE 9/13 CLE</p><p>TIGERS STREAKSLast fi ve games: 2-3Last 10 games: 6-4Last 15 games: 6-9</p><p>Last 20 games: 8-12</p><p>DETROIT TIGERS GAME NOTESWORLD SERIES CHAMPIONS: 1935, 1945, 1968, 1984</p><p>Detroit Tigers Media Rela ons Department Comerica Park Phone (313) 471-2000 Fax (313) 471-2138 Detroit, MI 48201www. gers.com @ gers, @TigresdeDetroit, @DetroitTigersPR</p></li><li><p>ABOUT JORDAN: In his second season with the Tigers and his ninth season in the majors, Zimmermann will make his 17th start of 2017 tonight in the </p><p>series opener at Cleveland.</p><p>LAST TIME OUT: Zimmermann suff ered his sixth loss of the season in Game 2 of the doubleheader on Saturday vs. Cleveland, allowing four runs on fi ve </p><p>hits with one walk and fi ve strikeouts in 5.2 innings.</p><p>VS. CLEVELAND: Zimmermann has faced the Indians three # mes in his career and has a 0-2 record with a 10.67 ERA (14.1IP/17ER) and 14 </p><p>strikeouts. </p><p>ON THE ROAD: Zimmermann has started 100 career games on the road and has posted a 35-33 record with a 3.69 ERA (610.0IP/250ER) and 524 </p><p>strikeouts. In eight road starts this season, Zimmermann has a 0-3 record </p><p>with a 6.45 ERA (44.2IP/32ER) and 31 strikeouts.</p><p>AT PROGRESSIVE FIELD: Zimmermanns only career start at Progressive Field came on June 15, 2013, and he received a no decision a$ er giving up </p><p>six runs on eight hits with one walk and six strikeouts in 5.0 innings.</p><p>AGAINST THE AL CENTRAL: Zimmermann has appeared in 20 games, including 19 starts, in his career against teams from the American League Central and has an 11-5 record with a 4.64 ERA (116.1IP/60ER) and 99 strikeouts. In fi ve starts vs. AL Central teams this season, Zimmermann is </p><p>2-3 with a 6.84 ERA (26.1IP/20ER) and 21 strikeouts.</p><p>RECORD IN JULY: Zimmermann has started 30 games in his career during the month of July and has an 8-10 record with a 4.16 ERA (171.0IP/79ER) and 155 strikeouts. Zimmermann missed the en# re </p><p>month of July last season due to a right neck strain.</p><p>QUALITY WORK: Zimmermann enters tonights appearance having recorded a quality start in four of his last six ou# ngs. Over the six-start stretch, Zimmermann has a 1-2 record with a 4.21 ERA </p><p>(36.1IP/17ER) and 31 strikeouts. Prior to this stretch, Zimmermann had allowed four-or-more </p><p>earned runs in seven of his 10 starts with a 6.47 ERA (55.2IP/40ER).</p><p>LEFT VS. RIGHT: Zimmermann has limited righthanded hi% ers to a .251 (619x2463) ba&amp; ng average during his career, while le$ ies are hi&amp; ng .263 (652x2476) against him. In 16 starts this season, righ# es are hi&amp; ng .284 (54x190) vs. Zimmermann, while le$ ies have a </p><p>.304 (52x171) ba&amp; ng average.</p><p>KEEPIN IT 1,000: Zimmermann recorded the 1,000 strikeout of his Major League career in his start on May 23 at Houston, striking out Jake Marisnick to end the second inning. Zimmermann is one of 47 ac# ve pitchers to record 1,000 career strikeouts.</p><p>REACHING A PAIR OF MILESTONES: Zimmermann reached a pair of career milestones earlier this season. He pitched in his 200th career game on April 19 at Tampa Bay, while he made his 200th career start in his start on April 25 vs. Sea% le. </p><p>STREAK SNAPPED: Zimmermann had his streak of not walking consecu# ve ba% ers snapped in his start on April 13 vs. Minnesota. Zimmermann walked Miguel San and Max Kepler in the fourth inning, marking the fi rst # me he had walked consecu# ve ba% ers in 885.1 innings. Prior to that start, the last # me Zimmermann walked </p><p>consecu# ve ba% ers was the seventh inning on May 6, 2012 vs. Philadelphia, when he walked Cole Hamels and Jimmy Rollins. Zimmermann leads all ac# ve pitchers (min. </p><p>1,000.0 innings pitched) with 1.92 walks per nine innings.</p><p>SCORELESS STREAK TO START 2016: Zimmermann began the 2016 season by not allowing a run in his fi rst 24.1 innings pitched. The streak was snapped on April 25 when he allowed a run in the top of the sixth inning vs....</p></li></ul>