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Tigers Edged Out by Cleveland, White Sox Held Off by the Angels, Cubs Crush Nationals, Whitecaps Get an Emphatic Win and Griffins Series Tied at 1-1 Dropping One to Toronto


Indians Edge Tigers

Jason Verlander struck out seven, but allowed three earned runs in five innings to fall to 4-and-3 in a losing effort to the Indians.  Fianl score 7-6.   Jhonny Peralta hit a solo homer and Omar Infante laced a two-run triple for the Tigers, who have dropped three-of-four.  Verlander struck out seven, but allowed three earned runs in five innings to fall to 4-and-3.  The Tigers meet the Indians again today at Comerica Park.  Game time is 12:40 on 1450 WHTC.

Anthony Rizzo was 3-for-5 with a pair of RBI as the Cubs crushed the Nationals, 8-2.  David DeJesus and starting pitcher Edwin Jackson also knocked in two runs apiece for Chicago, which snapped a two-game slide.  Cubs are back at it in Washington today.

Mike Trout lifted a two-run homer in the first inning as the Angels held off the White Sox, 3-2. ose Quintana allowed three total runs over six innings for the setback.  Alejandro De Aza tied the game at two with a second-inning single for Chicago, which has lost three-of-four.


Montreal Robertson threw seven strong innings and the middle of the West Michigan Whitecaps’ batting lineup exploded for a 9-4 win over the South Bend Silver Hawks on Saturday night at Coveleski Stadium.  West Michigan (15-17) won the opener of the three-game series over South Bend (20-11), putting themselves in position to earn their first series victory on the road with a win on either Sunday or Monday.


In the Western Conference, the Detroit Red Wings and Anaheim Ducks play a decisive Game Seven in California tonight.  If the Wings win, they play the top-seeded Chicago Blackhawks.  If the Ducks claim victory, they would play the defending champion Los Angeles Kings.  



In Toronto, the Griffins dropped Game 2 against the Marlies.  tying the best-of-seven Western Conference Semifinals at one game apiece.  Former Griffin Drew MacIntyre earned First Star honors by making 30 saves.  After earning a split in Toronto and stealing home-ice advantage, the Griffins will return to Van Andel Arena to host the next three games in the series on Wednesday, May 15.