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A handful of San Diego regulars still aren't hitting their weight, and the Padres had only six hits against Max Scherzer and the Detroit Tigers on Sunday.
The Detroit Tigers left town after losing two of three games to the San Diego Padres, with each defeat coming against a power pitcher.
Dodgers manager Don Mattingly is going to have a difficult time keeping all five of his outfielders happy, because four of them are regulars. And the way Carl Crawford has been hitting lately, it isn't likely he'll get a day off anytime soon.
Brad Ausmus returned to Dodger Stadium for the first time as a major league manager and found the place no different than during his final season as a player. The home team is still getting clutch hits and pulling out dramatic wins.
Under last year's rules, the Kansas City Royals would have had men on first and third with two out in the 10th inning of a tie game.
With the Detroit Tigers in a jam after a close play at first base, Brad Ausmus calmly made his way onto the field.
When Justin Verlander takes the mound for Detroit on opening day, maybe then the Tigers will be able to enjoy a much-needed sense of normalcy.
Max Scherzer is inching closer to free agency.
Had this been the regular season, Stephen Strasburg vs. Max Scherzer would have been a tantalizing matchup.