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Topic - Ian Kinsler
Max Scherzer struck out three in three impressive innings, and the Detroit Tigers beat the Houston Astros 3-0 on Wednesday.
Ian Kinsler was expecting this kind of reaction - even if he didn't agree with the way his comments were portrayed.
Austin Jackson has already bounced around the batting order a bit at spring training, hitting fifth, sixth and even fourth for the Detroit Tigers.
Scott Feldman pitched two scoreless innings in his first spring start for Houston, allowing only one hit in the Astros' 5-1 loss to the Detroit Tigers on Saturday.
Max Scherzer allowed a second-inning homer by Yankees newcomer Brian McCann, but the Detroit right-hander was otherwise sharp in his first start of the spring Friday, yielding only that one hit in the Tigers' 7-4 loss to the New York Yankees.
Yu Darvish struck out four in two innings of the spring opener for Texas, and Prince Fielder hit a towering solo homer as the Rangers beat the Kansas City Royals 11-7 on Thursday.
After two years of trying to outslug the rest of the American League, the Detroit Tigers are taking a new approach.
Last year, the Detroit Tigers never fully settled on a closer. With the arrival of Joe Nathan, that shouldn't be a problem this season.
When a grounder ricocheted off Prince Fielder's mitt during his first workout with the Texas Rangers, he quickly held it up and proclaimed with a smile, "It's new."
New Detroit Tigers second baseman Ian Kinsler doesn't mind admitting he had gotten comfortable in Texas.
A team-by-team look at the American League West entering spring training, including key players each club acquired and lost, and dates of the first workout for pitchers and catchers, and the full squad:
Texas added Prince Fielder and Shin-Soo Choo. Will that be enough to get this club back into the postseason in 2014?
Miguel Cabrera returns, but Prince Fielder and Doug Fister are gone. Can the big changes help get Detroit over its October hump at last?
Shin-Soo Choo will be the leadoff hitter for the Texas Rangers in an offense they feel they have successfully remade this offseason.
Choo was Cincinnati's leadoff hitter for 143 games last season, when he had a .423 on-base percentage with 20 stolen bases and 21 home runs.
Kinsler said Tuesday the "0-162" comment was just a joke.
LAKELAND, Fla. (AP) - Detroit Tigers second baseman Ian Kinsler says an ESPN The Magazine story about him was "written for drama" - and he says some critical comments attributed to him about the Texas Rangers were taken out of context.