DETROIT — Miguel Cabrera reached another milestone, and that was just one highlight for the Detroit Tigers during a scrappy eighth-inning comeback.
Cabrera singled for his 1,000th RBI with the Tigers, and Detroit went on to score three runs in the eighth, rallying for a 4-3 win over the Red Sox on Thursday that snapped Boston's six-game winning streak. Second baseman Ian Kinsler caught a line drive by Mookie Betts for the final out in the ninth with runners on second and third.
Detroit's offense finally broke through after scoring one run in each of three straight losses to Kansas City.
"It was fun. It hasn't been fun for the last three days," manager Brad...