Detroit Tigers can’t beat poor late inning defense, win gift Minnesota Twins

Detroit The Tigers drew the third-largest crowd of the season to Comerica Park Saturday night, 34,205 people, and they treated it to some pretty bad baseball.

The Minnesota Twins benefited from a combination of shaky defensive play late in the game, scoring six straight runs (only two were won) to beat the Tigers 8-4.

“I don’t like the way that match went at all,” said Tigers manager AJ Hinch. “I’m glad we got stuck there. We got them to go to their eldest son (closest John Doran) at the end and maybe that helps us tomorrow.”

“But we didn’t do anything cool. We created some roles for them.”

Carlos Correa of ​​the Minnesota Twins looks up at the sky as he approaches the home plate after his solo home run during the third inning.

It was a 2-1 match when the twins came to bat at the top of the seventh inning.

Lefty Tyler Alexander got an early call after Michael Pineda left with a tight triceps after three rounds, closing in on the Twins with one stroke through the middle innings and the last left, Andrew Chafin, on seventh.

Very little went right for the home team after that.

Chest points: Twins 8, Tigers 4

Left-handed Alex Kirillov started the game with a single kick in an opposite field below the third base line. Jose Miranda followed, hitting a volley to the left of third baseman Jaime Candelario.

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