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UPDATE: Yahoo Sports' Jeff Passan tells us more about the Red Sox fan who took and then threw the home-run ball. And it's not pretty. He allegedly was hurling racist remarks at nearby fans during the game, and told African-American Tigers fan, "Bye…Upvote Share Tweet
CNNSI.com Oct 13, 2013David Ortiz lifted the Sox with a grand slam, setting the table for a 6-5 walk-off win that evened the ALCS with the Tigers.Upvote Share Tweet
Edge-of-your-seat Game 1 sets high bar for ALCSIf the Tigers' 1-0 margin over the Red Sox seems like a nice, tidy score at the end of a nice, tidy game, guess again. Game 1 of the ALCS was a game of nooks and crannies, a game that offered everything a close postseason game is supposed to offer.Upvote Share Tweet
Peralta rewarding Tigers in chance at redemptionA few weeks ago, Jhonny Peralta wasn't sure if he'd ever play another game in a Tigers uniform after serving a 50-game suspension. On Saturday night, he went 3-for-4 with two doubles and drove in the only run in Detroit's ALCS-opening victory.Upvote Share Tweetyahoo.com Oct 13, 2013The Detroit Tigers grabbed the early advantage in the ALCS with a dramatic 1-0 victory over the Boston Red Sox on Saturday night. In fact, they nearly made history, coming two outs short of throwing the first ever combined no-hitter in postseason histor…Upvote Share TweetThree months on the sidelines, and another month spent rebuilding arm strength and pitch count -- he finally passed the 110-pitch mark on Sept. 27, more than four months since the last time he hit 110 -- and it's led Clay Buchholz to this: A Game 2 star…Upvote Share Tweet
Oct. 12 Jim Leyland postgame interviewTigers manager Jim Leyland addresses the media after Game 1 of the ALCS.Upvote Share TweetAnibal Sanchez and four Detroit Tigers relievers came within two outs of the first combined no-hitter in postseason history, striking out 17 to beat the Boston Red Sox 1-0 Saturday night in the AL Championship Series Opener.Upvote Share Tweet
Breaking Down The Red Sox's WinOct 13Nomar Garcia and Manny Acta break down the Red Sox' Game 2 win over the Tigers.
Red Sox Walk Off With WinOct 13SportsCenter Highlight of the Night: The Red Sox came back to beat Tigers 6-5 on Jarrod Saltalamacchia's walk-off single.
Don Banks: Victory over Saints shows you can never count out Tom BradyOct 13FOXBORO, Mass. -- Austin Collie has been a Patriots receiver for about a week and a half, but he sounded like a long-time New England veteran in the winning locker room, summing up what it's worth to be wearing the same color jersey as No. 12, especiall…
Don Banks: Woes continue for several 2012 playoff teams; more Week 6 SnapsOct 13FOXBORO, Mass. -- Musings, observations and the occasional insight from a Week 6 highlighted by an amazing Patriots comeback win (see my separate story here) and chock full of some pretty dreadful football elsewhere, at least in Sunday's eight early gam…
NFL - John Clayton's Last Call, Week 6Oct 13Visiting teams set a dominant tone early, writes John Clayton. Plus, second-guessing coaches, the Jets' predictable loss and more.