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Walk-off Wins for Cubs & Hawks, Walk-Off Losses for Tigers, Sox & Red Wings

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Starlin Castro
Starlin Castro

UNDATED (WHTC) - Josh Donaldson's homer off of Brayan Villereal in the bottom of the 12th inning enabled Oakland to beat the visiting Tigers last night, 4-3. The series at O.co Coliseum continues this afternoon. Broadcast time on 1450 WHTC is at 3:40 PM.

Starlin Castro's single off in the bottom of the ninth inning plated the winning run, as the Cubs edged visiting San Francisco yesterday, 4-3. The series at Wrigley Field in Chicago continues this afternoon.

Nick Swisher's single in the bottom of the ninth inning gave Cleveland a 1-0 victory over the visiting White Sox last night. The series at Progressive Field continues this afternoon.

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Andrew Toles personally swept a doubleheader for Bowling Green against the visiting Whitecaps last night. His single in the bottom of the seventh inning was the winner in a 4-3 Hot Rods triumph in the opener. Toles tripled in two runs and later scored in the third inning of the nightcap in a 3-2 decision. The series at Bowling Green Ballpark continues this evening. Coverage on 1450 WHTC and http://whtc.com/listen-live follows Detroit Tigers baseball at 7:55 PM.

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Brandon Saad's marker in the fifth round of the shootout lifted the Blackhawks past the visiting Red Wings last night, 3-2, giving Chicago a divisional title. Tomorrow, the Hawks skate at St. Louis, while the Red Wings visit Nashville in a game that is on 1450 WHTC following Detroit Tigers baseball at 7:10 PM.

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Jonas Jerebko tossed in 21 points as the Pistons beat visiting Charlotte last night, 113-93. Detroit welcomes Philadelphia to the Palace on Monday evening.

Amir Johnson's 24 points helped Toronto defeat the visiting Bulls last night, 97-88. Chicago travels to Miami tomorrow afternoon.

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Magnus Hellberg stopped 31 shots as visiting Milwaukee stymied the Griffins last night, 4-1. Grand Rapids is home to Peoria at Van Andel Arena this evening.

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