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Topic - Ian Kinsler
Mariners closer Fernando Rodney usually gets the job done. He never makes it look easy, though.
Ian Kinsler says joining the Detroit Tigers has been a bit of a relief so far.
The plan seemed sensible enough at the time.
Ian Kinsler enjoyed this win over his former team, even if he tried to downplay that narrative afterward.
No team has used more starting pitchers this year than the Texas Rangers, and their latest choice had a difficult time against Detroit.
Texas center fielder Daniel Robertson has left Thursday's game against Detroit after colliding with right fielder Alex Rios while trying to make a diving catch in the third inning.
Prince Fielder stayed home when the Texas Rangers left for Detroit and a series against his old team.
Bud Norris insisted he was just trying to get an out with an inside pitch.
Naturally, Bud Norris insisted he wasn't throwing at Torii Hunter. The timing of the pitch - and where it landed - suggested otherwise.
The Los Angeles Angels made three errors on one play in the first inning of their game against the Detroit Tigers on Sunday.
What began as a routine walk quickly turned into a slapstick farce for the Los Angeles Angels.
Ian Kinsler took off toward second base and kept on going.
Danny Salazar walked the leadoff man in the fifth inning - then let that small mistake turn into a much bigger problem.
Ian Kinsler's first few weeks with Detroit have been just what the Tigers were hoping for.
Sometime soon, a baseball will be getting a prominent spot among the trophies on Justin Verlander's mantle.
"I'm just going to go up there. No matter how you feel you've got to give it your best," he said.
"We might have a little more confidence in ourselves," All-Star second baseman Ian Kinsler said. "We have guys that have been to the playoffs, have been to the big stage that are big parts of the team and that helps. But we understand we have a long way to go."