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Mr. Hughes Too Tough for Tigers; Hawks-Wild Series Squared at Two

New York Yankees' pitcher Phil Hughes REUTERS/ Mike Cassese
New York Yankees' pitcher Phil Hughes REUTERS/ Mike Cassese

UNDATED (WHTC) - Kurt Suzuki’s two-run single in the seventh inning was all of the offense Phil Hughes and Minnesota needed, as the visiting Twins edged the Tigers last night, 2-1. Hughes scattered eight hits and struck out three in seven shutout innings. The series at Comerica Park continues this afternoon; no coverage on 1450 WHTC due to the Tulip Time Muziekparade, which will air on Holland’s Hometown Station at 2 PM.

Freddie Freeman’s single in the bottom of the 10th inning plated the winning run as Atlanta downed the visiting Cubs last night, 3-2. The series at Turner Field continues this evening.

Alexei Ramirez’ grand-slam homer highlighted a seven-run fourth inning for the White Sox, who went on to swamp visiting Arizona last night, 9-3. The series at US Cellular Field in Chicago continues this evening.


Kevin Ziomek allowed three hits and struck out five over six innings as the Whitecaps posted their sixth straight win, a 7-3 decision over visiting Lansing last night. West Michigan goes for its first-ever multi-series homestand sweep in team history when it hosts the Lugnuts again this evening. Hear all of the action from Fifth Third Ballpark on 1450 WHTC and http://whtc.com/listen-live, beginning at 6:40 PM.


Jared Spurgeon had a goal and an assist as Minnesota squared its NHL Stanley Cup Playoff series with the Blackhawks at two games apiece with a 4-2 home-ice victory last night. The best-of-seven Western Conference Semifinals continue at the United Center in Chicago tomorrow evening.


Game two of the AHL Calder Cup Playoff series between the Griffins and Texas is tonight in suburban Austin. The Stars drew first blood in the best-of-seven Western Conference Semifinals by downing visiting Grand Rapids on Thursday evening, 5-2.