#GlobalNews: “Blue Jays lose 5-2 to Tigers in Detroit “

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DETROIT – Nicholas Castellanos homered and had three hits, Miguel Cabrera bought successful in his return from the disabled checklist and the Detroit Tigers beat the Toronto Blue Jays 5-2 on Friday evening.

Cabrera was 1 for Three with a stroll in his first recreation since May four because of a hamstring damage. JaCoby Jones added two hits and two RBIs for the Tigers, who’ve received three straight and 5 of six.

Blaine Hardy (2-0) allowed two runs, three hits and 4 walks in six innings for Detroit. He struck out three to enhance to 2-Zero with a 2.50 ERA in three begins since changing Jordan Zimmermann within the rotation. Four relievers completed, with Shane Greene pitching the ninth for his 14th save.

Toronto starter Jamie Garcia allowed 4 runs on seven hits in 1 2/Three innings. The Blue Jays have misplaced 4 straight.


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The Tigers took the lead in a four-run, ten-batter second. Victor Martinez and James McCann led off with singles, and Jones hit a two-run triple previous centre fielder Kevin Pillar’s dive. Leonys Martin adopted with a run-scoring groundout to make it 3-0.

Jose Iglesias doubled, stole third and scored on Jeimer Canderlario’s two-out single for Detroit’s fourth run of the inning. Castellanos ended Garcia’s evening with one other base hit, and Danny Barnes walked Cabrera earlier than retiring Martinez.

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