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Topic - Rajai Davis
Mariners closer Fernando Rodney usually gets the job done. He never makes it look easy, though.
Pinch-runner Rajai Davis's decision to steal third base just as Oakland catcher Derek Norris was throwing the ball back to the pitcher caught most everyone by surprise - including several of his Detroit teammates.
Sonny Gray had nothing to show for two strong pitching performances against the Detroit Tigers during the 2013 playoffs. A year later, Oakland's promising young right-hander is still searching for an answer to the American League powerhouse.
This time, Baltimore had plenty of success against Justin Verlander.
Detroit's Justin Verlander wasn't overly concerned with his less-than-stellar outing against the Baltimore Orioles on Wednesday.
Robbie Ray was sharp again. His teammates were anything but.
Josmil Pinto was rounding third when he suddenly realized his coach was holding him up.
The Chicago White Sox won't ever be thrilled about a 3-4 road trip.
There's little doubt that Miguel Cabrera is one of the best hitters in baseball. And often, it's his massive home runs that fans, players and managers remember.
Rajai Davis kept the Detroit Tigers from being on the wrong end of a no-hitter.
Andrew Cashner is "totally aware" the San Diego Padres have never had a no-hitter in their mostly sad-sack history, which has now reached 46 seasons and 7,176 games.
Miguel Cabrera reached another milestone in powerful fashion: a four-hit day highlighted by a home run for his 2,000th hit.
Detroit Tigers outfielder Andy Dirks is expected to miss three months because of a back problem that requires surgery.
After two years of trying to outslug the rest of the American League, the Detroit Tigers are taking a new approach.
New Detroit Tigers second baseman Ian Kinsler doesn't mind admitting he had gotten comfortable in Texas.
"That's my specialty," Davis said. "I took the circumstances into consideration. No one was expecting it."
"We're expected to make those plays, and we expect to win," Davis said. "It's tough when you lose a game where that could have been the difference."