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Topic - Anthony Gose
Alex Avila's RBI single with two outs in the 11th gave the Detroit Tigers a 3-2 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays on Thursday, one inning after center fielder Austin Jackson kept the game tied with a spectacular catch.
The kind of magic that fans in Washington hope will fill Nationals Park this fall is something those in Philadelphia are used to at Citizens Bank Park. From a magical run in 2007 through a 102-win campaign in 2011, the Phillies set the standard.
Jose Bautista was worried his injury was worse.
He said he struck out leading off the game Monday night for Las Vegas and when he returned to the bench, he was told to stay in the dugout.
"Put the bat on the ball and run fast," Gose said. "From where I started to where I am now, it's night and day."