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Diamond sharp as Twins snap Tigers' streak

Diamond sharp as Twins snap Tigers' streak

ESPN.com Updated May 1, 2013
Scott Diamond pitched six solid innings, and the Minnesota Twins beat Detroit on Wednesday to snap the Tigers' five-game winning streak.
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  • Astros to start Lyles Thursday against Tigers

    Astros to start Lyles Thursday against Tigers

    ESPN.com May 1, 2013
    Jordan Lyles will be recalled from the minors by the Houston Astros to start Thursday night against the AL champion Detroit Tigers.
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  • Tigers set AL record in striking fashion

    Tigers set AL record in striking fashion

    MLB.com May 1, 2013
    The Tigers couldn't extend their winning streak to six games on Thursday. Their strikeout streak, though, hit record territory. Once Jose Ortega fanned Josh Willingham in the ninth, the Tigers had 10 strikeouts for the sixth consecutive game, setting an…
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  • Tigers send Rondon to minors, put Coke on DL

    Tigers send Rondon to minors, put Coke on DL

    ESPN.com MLB.com May 1, 2013
    The Detroit Tigers have sent right-handed reliever Bruce Rondon back to the minors, optioning him to Triple-A Toledo after Wednesday's 6-2 loss to Minnesota.
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  • Video - Twins Avoid Sweep 00:31

    Twins Avoid Sweep

    May 1
    Chris Parmelee homered and knocked in two runs as the Twins beat the Tigers 6-2.

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    May 1
    The bulk of free agency is finished and the 2013 draft is in the books, meaning NFL teams are set, for the most part, on the personnel front. The usual doses of spring practice and preparation remain between now and the start of training camp for the 20…