The Boston Red Sox and Detroit Tigers face off at Comerica Park with the ALCS tied 2-2.
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We all know Detroit has both the ability to hit and pitch which is the reason the American League Central title is their's. We just haven't seen the arms and bats get it altogether often nough in the postseason although both came up big Wednesday. Starter Doug Fister picked up the win with six outstanding innings with one run given up on eight hits while striking out seven. The Tigers had loads of opportunities on nine hits and five bases on balls tw Torii Hunter, Miguel Cabrera and Austin Jackson drive in a pair of runs each while recording five of the team's hits. Anibal Sanchez matches up with for the second time hoping for the same positive results. Sanchez defeated the Red Sox 1-0 with six innings of no hit baseball although he did issue six free passes while striking out 12.
At first glance I was leaning to the Tigers but I have to see a line when it is released so please check back later.
Detroit -114...I don't usually fare well backing Sanchez FYI