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Miguel Cabrera

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  • New York Yankees - PlayerWatch

    RF Zelous Wheeler got one of his infrequent starts Thursday, a right-handed hitter facing rookie LHP Kyle Lobstein of Detroit. Wheeler last played Monday in Kansas City. He was recalled from the minors Aug. 21 to make his second tour of duty with New York. He has played in 21 games this season. Wheeler scored New York's first run. He hit an infield single and made second on 3B Nick Castellanos' throwing error. He scored on a single by CF Jacoby Ellsbury.
  • Rookie Lobstein listens to his catcher

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - Detroit Tigers - INSIDE PITCH DETROIT -- Rookie Kyle Lobstein knew exactly what a rookie should know -- to lean heavily on his catcher, Alex Avila. Lobstein was making his second appearance in a major league game...

    Yankees, Tanaka hope gamble pays off

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - New York Yankees - INSIDE PITCH DETROIT -- It was a gamble then and it remains a gamble whether right-hander Masahiro Tanaka will be able to return and help the New York Yankees down the stretch of an injury-speckled...

    Tigers 3, Yankees 2

    (Updated: Will update Tigers AL Central standing UPDATES Tigers AL Central standing in graph 3) Tigers 3, Yankees 2: Alex Avila singled in the game-winning run with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning as host Detroit took the rubber game of a...

    Monster August re-affirms Yelich's future as middle of the order bat

    The Marlins got nine games and 35 at-bats out of projected leadoff hitter Rafael Furcal. They found a replacement in Christian Yelich. In turning himself into one of the league's most productive table-setters, Yelich merely re-affirmed what the Marlins...