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A Losing Thursday Night for Tigers, Cubs, Sox, Caps, Hawks, Pistons & Bulls

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Baltimore Orioles OF Adam Jones. REUTERS/Jeff Haynes
Baltimore Orioles OF Adam Jones. REUTERS/Jeff Haynes

UNDATED (WHTC) - No sports fan who follow the Detroit or Chicago teams along the Lakeshore was happy on Thursday - all who played lost, and even the Whitecaps couldn't escape that fate.

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Texas used a 19-hit attack to support the five-hit pitching of Yu Darvish and three relievers as the visiting Rangers defeated the Tigers last night, 10-3. The series at Comerica Park in Detroit continues this evening, with coverage on 1450 WHTC beginning at 6:40 PM.

Greg Dobbs’ two-run double in a three-run third inning enabled Miami to complete a series sweep of the visiting Cubs yesterday, 5-3.Chicagolooks to snap a four-game losing streak when it welcomes Cincinnati to Wrigley Field this afternoon.

Adam Jones homered and drove in three runs, as visiting Baltimore beat the White Sox yesterday, 5-3. Chicago opens up a series in Seattle against the Mariners this evening.

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Brandon Macias knocked in four runs to lead visiting Wisconsin past the Whitecaps last night, 8-4. The series at Fifth Third Ballpark continues this evening.

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The Red Wings are in Nashville this evening, with the Predators leading Detroit in the playoff series, three games to one.

Mikkel Boedker’s goal 2:15 into overtime lifted visiting Phoenix over the Blackhawks last night, 3-2. The Coyotes lead the playoff series, three games to one, as they host Chicago tomorrow evening.

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Nikola Pekovic’s 23-point performance helped visiting Minnesota down the Pistons last night, 91-80. Detroit entertains Toronto at the Palace on Sunday evening.

LeBron James scored 27 points and grabbed 11 rebounds, as Miami handled the visiting Bulls last night, 83-72. Chicago is home to Dallas the United Center tomorrow evening.

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