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

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.


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.


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.


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.


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.