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Zimmermann, Tigers top Yanks to win 8th straight home opener

If Jordan Zimmermann is feeling uncertain about his fastball, he has plenty of other pitches he can use.

In a chilly debut for his new team, the Detroit right-hander was everything the Tigers hoped for when they signed him in the offseason.

"Fastball command wasn't really there," Zimmermann said. "I was hit-or-miss with that, and I missed my fair share over the middle and they didn't barrel me up today. I got a little lucky in that department, but my offspeed was good and I could throw it whenever I wanted."

Zimmermann allowed two hits in seven innings, Miguel Cabrera homered and the Tigers beat the New York Yankees 4-0 Friday to win their eighth...