UNDATED (WHTC) - Miguel Cabrera collected four hits to reach the 2000 mark in his career, with the historic hit being a home run, and he drove in four runs as the Tigers beat visiting Baltimore yesterday, 10-4. The series at Comerica Park in Detroit continues this afternoon. Coverage on 1450 WHTC begins at 12:40 PM.
Chase Utley homered and drove in three runs as visiting Philadephia spoiled the Cubs' home opener yesterday, 7-2. The series at Wrigley Field in Chicago continues today.
Alex Gordon's three-run double in the bottom of the first inning set the tone for Kansas City, who went on to outscore the visiting White Sox yesterday, 7-5. The series at Kauffman Stadium continues this afternoon.
Dayton lit up the Tigers' 2013 first-round draft choice Jonathan Crawford for seven runs on five hits and three walks in just over two innings, as the Dragons beat the visiting Whitecaps last night, 9-6. The series at Fifth Third Field continues this evening.
Daniel Alfredsson scored one goal and set up another in a three-goal first period for the Red Wings, who went on to down visiting Buffalo last night, 3-2. Detroit travels to Montreal this evening, with broadcast time on 1450 WHTC at 6:40 PM.
Ben Smith's goal with less than four seconds left lifted the Blackhawks to victory at Columbus last night, 4-3. Chicago hosts St. Louis at the United Center tomorrow afternoon.
Shaun Livingston tallied 23 points as Brooklyn defeated the visiting Pistons last night, 116-104. Detroit welcomes Boston to the Palace this evening.
The starting backcourt of Jimmy Butler and Kirk Hinrich each scored 17 points as the Bulls handled visiting Milwaukee last night, 102-90. Chicago travels to Washington this evening.
Mike Blunden had a goal and an assist in Hamilton's three-goal blitz in the first 8:11 of the second period, and that enabled the visiting Bulldogs to put away the Griffins last night, 4-1. The two teams have a rematch at Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids this evening.