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PostSubject: ALCS1: 10/12/13 - DET (0-0) AT BOS (0-0) - 8:00 p.m. ET   Fri Oct 11, 2013 4:55 pm

ALCS1: 10/12/13 - DET (0-0) AT BOS (0-0) - 8:00 p.m. ET






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Detroit Tigers AT Boston Red Sox
Saturday, October 12, 2013
Fenway Park, Boston, MA
Game Time - 8:00 p.m. EDT



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Pitching matchup



Tigers: RHP Anibal Sanchez (0-1, 10.38 ERA)

Sanchez never had a chance to pitch at Fenway Park as a member of the Red Sox before they traded him. His first start there comes on a grand stage, as he'll open the ALCS vs. the team that signed him out of Venezuela 12 years ago.



Red Sox: LHP Jon Lester (1-0, 2.35 ERA)

Lester will try to set the same tone in the ALCS that he did in the ALDS, in which he gave up three hits and two runs over 7 2/3 innings, striking out seven, vs. the Rays. Lester won both of his starts vs. Detroit this year, posting a 4.26 ERA.



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PREVIEW


Sanchez, Lester set to square off in Game 1
Well-rested Sox look to unseat defending American League champs

By Doug Miller / MLB.com | 10/11/2013 2:48 AM ET

The Red Sox are back in the American League Championship Series for the first time in five years, and they're starting it up at home. The Tigers will go into Fenway Park as defending AL champions.

Consider, too, that these two charter members of the American League will be facing each other in the playoffs for the very first time. In fact, they'd never even been in the same postseason -- a possibility since 1995, the first time the league played a full season under a three-division format -- until this year.

That's one delicious recipe for October baseball on the last stop to a pennant, and the drama begins with Game 1 on Saturday night at 8 p.m. ET on FOX.

Boston has had a few days to ponder things after closing out Tampa Bay in four games in their AL Division Series.

The Tigers? Well, it took them an extra day to close out Oakland courtesy of eight shutout innings by Justin Verlander in Game 5 on Thursday night, but they'll have a good night's sleep after arriving Friday morning and be ready to go Saturday in Beantown.

Tigers manager Jim Leyland was fresh off celebrating on the field after Game 5 when he pronounced right-hander Anibal Sanchez as his Game 1 starter, and it's likely that Sanchez's Boston counterpart will be lefty Jon Lester.

Leyland also gave as much of a preview of the ALCS -- as he could muster given the fact that he was about to undergo a champagne bath.

"If you watch the Red Sox, they have a tough club," Leyland said. "[Dustin] Pedroia, [Jacoby] Ellsbury, Jonny Gomes, Big Papi. I'm not saying they're tougher than Oakland. I'm saying they're a more veteran team. Oakland is a younger club.

"We're going to Boston and we'll see how this all plays out."

Indeed we will, and it would be unwise to expect much of a difference in the roster of either club after the Division Series victories.

Sanchez, who led the AL in ERA during the regular season with a 2.57 clip and went 15-8 with 202 strikeouts in 182 innings, did not fare as well in his lone postseason start this year, a Game 3 ALDS loss to the A's in Detroit.

Sanchez gave up a double to Coco Crisp to start that game and never looked comfortable after that. Sanchez ended up giving up six runs -- five earned -- on eight hits in 4 1/3 innings, including three home runs. He did, however, strike out six batters.

"It's not about one pitch or something like that," Sanchez said that day. "Today, it was something about location."

It didn't seem to faze Leyland, who immediately named Sanchez his Game 1 starter even though he could have gone with Max Scherzer, who pitched Game 1 of the ALDS and also appeared in relief in Game 4 on Tuesday, although he threw 47 pitches in two innings and would be on the proper four days of rest cycle on Sunday.

For the Red Sox, the choice of Lester is a no-brainer, especially after the way he pitched in Game 1 of Boston's ALDS win over the Rays -- and the way he's pitched since the middle of July.

Against Tampa Bay, Lester went 7 2/3 innings, a personal best in the postseason. He allowed three hits, including two solo home runs, but struck out seven for an easy win.

"Obviously getting the start in Game 1 at Fenway Park is pretty exciting," Lester said. "The adrenaline was going. Our game plan early on was to set the tone and come right after the guys. It felt pretty good."

Lester was stunning out of the gate, striking out the side in the first inning and opening the second inning with another punchout.

"That first inning was powerful," Red Sox manager John Farrell said, "and something we probably haven't seen in a couple of years' time. I know he was more than ready for today's start."

Lester will be operating under very similar conditions on Saturday and will try to lower his 2.54 postseason ERA while building on an October resume that includes 49 2/3 innings, a .199 opponents' batting average, and 46 strikeouts with 16 walks.

And if Lester can't do all of the damage against Detroit in Game 1, the powerful Red Sox offense might have a say in the proceedings.

"Our style -- our offense, our defense, our starting pitching and bullpen speaks for itself, so we've just got to continue to do that," Gomes said. "This team can bang, and at the same time, these guys play the game right. You talk about taking the extra base. You're talking about leadoff walks -- not trying to hit a leadoff homer. Just passing the torch and picking each other up."

Tigers: Miggy regaining the magic?
Miguel Cabrera's two-run home run off Sonny Gray in Game 5 of the ALDS was not only a huge hit for Detroit, which got the only runs it needed to win the game and series. It was a great sign that the Tigers' most feared hitter, who has been struggling with groin problems, might have his strength back. The ball went to left field, which means Cabrera looks like he has his ability to pull the ball back. That's a scary thought for Red Sox pitchers, although Cabrera downplayed it after the game.

"I mean, we're here in the playoffs, man," he said. "I said before, everybody talks about what's going on with me, you know, everybody can talk what they can talk. I want to do my job, man. I want to be with the team. I want to play with my heart."

• The Tigers finished first in the American League with a .283 batting average, 1,625 hits, and a .346 on-base percentage, while they were second with 767 RBIs. The .283 average is the highest for the Tigers since the club batted .287 in 2007.

• Tigers pitchers finished the season with 1,428 strikeouts to establish a new Major League record for most strikeouts in a season. The previous record was 1,404 strikeouts in a season, established by the 2003 Cubs. The Tigers led the league with 8.79 strikeouts during the 2013 season, which marked the highest rate at which Tigers pitchers have struck out batters in club history.

Red Sox: Papi power
Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz recorded his 50th career postseason RBI in Game 3 of the ALDS against Tampa Bay and became the sixth player in postseason history to reach the half-century mark. Ortiz's career postseason average of an RBI every 5.1 at-bats is the best mark among the six players with at least 50 RBIs.

In addition, Ortiz has appeared in all 61 Red Sox postseason games beginning in 2003, second-most in team history to Jason Varitek's 63. Ortiz is the club's all-time leader in postseason runs (43), hits (66), doubles (16), home runs (14), RBIs (46), walks (46) and extra-base hits (32).

• The Sox lead the postseason with six stolen bases. With a stolen base in each of the four games of the ALDS, Ellsbury became the first Boston player to steal bases in the team's first four postseason games of a season. He was tied at three with Johnny Damon, who did it for the Red Sox in 2004, before swiping a base in Game 4.

Worth noting
• Sanchez is the seventh pitcher in Tigers history to capture the ERA crown and the first since Justin Verlander did so with a 2.40 ERA in 2011.

• Shortstop Stephen Drew has hit safely in all but four of 16 career postseason games, batting .277 (18-for-65) with two homers and seven RBIs. Stephen and his brother, J.D., a former Red Sox outfielder, are the second pair of brothers who've both played in the postseason for Boston, joining pitchers Pedro and Ramon Martinez.


Doug Miller is a reporter for MLB.com. Follow him on Twitter @DougMillerMLB. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.

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On television

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On radio

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• XM Channel Schedule


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Up next (Probable Pitchers)


SUN, Oct 13:
Detroit: (RHP Max Scherzer (2-0, 3.00 ERA)) AT
Red Sox: (RHP Clay Buchholz (0-0, 4.50 ERA))
8:00  p.m. ET (FOX  / FM 97.1, ESPN Radio)


MON, Oct 14:
OFF DAY


TUE, Oct 15:
Detroit: (RHP Justin Verlander (1-0, 0.00 ERA)) VS
Red Sox: (RHP John Lackey (1-0, 6.75 ERA))
4:00  p.m. ET (FOX  / FM 97.1, ESPN Radio)


WED, Oct 16:
Detroit: (RHP Doug Fister (0-0, 4.50 ERA)) VS
Red Sox: (RHP Jake Peavy (0-0, 1.59 ERA))
8:00  p.m. ET (FOX  / FM 97.1, ESPN Radio)


THU, Oct 17: IF NEEDED
Detroit: (?HP TBA (TBA ERA)) VS
Red Sox: (?HP TBA (TBA ERA))
8:00  p.m. ET (FOX  / FM 97.1, ESPN Radio)


FRI, Oct 18:
OFF DAY


SAT, Oct 19: IF NEEDED
Detroit: (?HP TBA (TBA ERA)) AT
Red Sox: (?HP TBA (TBA ERA))
4:30 PM  p.m. ET (FOX  / FM 97.1, ESPN Radio)


SUN, Oct 20: IF NEEDED
Detroit: (?HP TBA (TBA ERA)) AT
Red Sox: (?HP TBA (TBA ERA))
8:00 PM  p.m. ET (FOX  / FM 97.1, ESPN Radio)


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PostSubject: Re: ALCS1: 10/12/13 - DET (0-0) AT BOS (0-0) - 8:00 p.m. ET   Fri Oct 11, 2013 4:56 pm

STARTING LINEUPS:

TIGERS (career numbers off Lester)

   Austin Jackson, CF (4-for-14, walk, 2 K’s)
   Torii Hunter, RF (13-for-30, HR, 2 walks, 4 K’s)
   Miguel Cabrera, 3B (10-for-19, HR, 5 walks, K)
   Prince Fielder, 1B (4-for-15, walk, 3 K’s)
   Victor Martinez, DH (6-for-14, HR, 2 walks)
   Jhonny Peralta, LF (8-for-27, 2 HR, 5 walks, 7 K’s)
   Omar Infante, 2B (2-for-6)
   Alex Avila, C (3-for-6, 2 K’s)
   Jose Iglesias, SS (1-for-3, 2 K’s)

P: Anibal Sanchez

RED SOX (career numbers off Sanchez)

   Jacoby Ellsbury, CF
   Shane Victorino, RF (10-for-43, HR, 4 walks, 7 K’s)
   Dustin Pedroia, 2B
   David Ortiz, DH (3-for-3, 2 HR)
   Mike Napoli, 1B
   Daniel Nava, LF
   Stephen Drew, SS (5-for-20, walk, 4 K’s)
   Will Middlebrooks, 3B
   David Ross, C (2-for-11, HR, walk, 3 K’s)

P: Jon Lester


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PostSubject: Re: ALCS1: 10/12/13 - DET (0-0) AT BOS (0-0) - 8:00 p.m. ET   Sat Oct 12, 2013 9:44 pm

Detroit - Top of 1st
Jon Lester pitching for Boston
A Jackson struck out swinging.
T Hunter struck out swinging.
M Cabrera singled to left.
P Fielder singled to center, M Cabrera to second.
V Martinez grounded out to shortstop.


Boston - Bottom of 1st
Anibal Sanchez pitching for Detroit
J Ellsbury struck out looking.
S Victorino struck out swinging, S Victorino safe at first on wild pitch by A Sanchez.
S Victorino stole second.
D Pedroia walked.
D Ortiz struck out swinging.
M Napoli struck out swinging.

0-0 AFTER 1 INNING


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Detroit - Top of 2nd
Jon Lester pitching for Boston
J Peralta grounded out to third.
O Infante struck out swinging.
A Avila struck out looking.


Boston - Bottom of 2nd
Anibal Sanchez pitching for Detroit
D Nava struck out swinging.
S Drew walked.
W Middlebrooks flied out to left.
D Ross walked, S Drew to second.
J Ellsbury grounded out to shortstop.

0-0 AFTER 2 INNINGS


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PostSubject: Re: ALCS1: 10/12/13 - DET (0-0) AT BOS (0-0) - 8:00 p.m. ET   Sat Oct 12, 2013 10:22 pm

Detroit - Top of 3rd
Jon Lester pitching for Boston
J Iglesias flied out to right.
A Jackson singled to left.
T Hunter grounded into double play, shortstop to second to first, A Jackson out at second.


Boston - Bottom of 3rd
Anibal Sanchez pitching for Detroit
S Victorino struck out looking.
D Pedroia flied out to center.
D Ortiz grounded out to third.

0-0 AFTER 3 INNINGS


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Detroit - Top of 4th
Jon Lester pitching for Boston
M Cabrera grounded out to second.
P Fielder grounded out to second.
V Martinez lined out to right.




Boston - Bottom of 4th
Anibal Sanchez pitching for Detroit
M Napoli struck out swinging.
D Nava struck out looking.
S Drew struck out swinging.

0-0 AFTER 4 INNINGS


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Detroit - Top of 5th
Jon Lester pitching for Boston
J Peralta doubled to deep left center.
O Infante grounded into fielder's choice to first, J Peralta out at third.
A Avila singled to right, O Infante to second, O Infante to third on error by right fielder S Victorino.
J Iglesias grounded into fielder's choice to third, O Infante out at home, A Avila to second.
A Jackson flied out to right.


Boston - Bottom of 5th
Anibal Sanchez pitching for Detroit
W Middlebrooks grounded out to second.
D Ross popped out to second.
J Ellsbury struck out swinging.

0-0 AFTER 5 INNINGS


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PostSubject: Re: ALCS1: 10/12/13 - DET (0-0) AT BOS (0-0) - 8:00 p.m. ET   Sat Oct 12, 2013 11:47 pm

Detroit - Top of 6th
Jon Lester pitching for Boston
T Hunter grounded out to third.
M Cabrera walked.
P Fielder hit by pitch, M Cabrera to second.
V Martinez grounded into fielder's choice to shortstop, P Fielder out at second, M Cabrera to third.
J Peralta singled to shallow center, M Cabrera scored, V Martinez to second.
DET 1 - 0
O Infante grounded out to third.


Boston - Bottom of 6th
Anibal Sanchez pitching for Detroit
S Victorino bunt grounded out to first.
D Pedroia walked.
D Pedroia to second on wild pitch by A Sanchez.
D Ortiz struck out swinging.
M Napoli walked.
D Nava walked, D Pedroia to third, M Napoli to second.
S Drew struck out swinging.

DET 1 - 0 AFTER 6 INNINGS


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PostSubject: Re: ALCS1: 10/12/13 - DET (0-0) AT BOS (0-0) - 8:00 p.m. ET   Sun Oct 13, 2013 12:11 am

Detroit - Top of 7th
Jon Lester pitching for Boston
A Avila lined out to third.
J Iglesias hit by pitch.
J Tazawa relieved J Lester.
A Jackson grounded out to third, J Iglesias to second.
T Hunter flied out to right.


Boston - Bottom of 7th
Al Alburquerque pitching for Detroit
A Alburquerque relieved A Sanchez.
M Carp hit for W Middlebrooks.
M Carp grounded out to shortstop.
J Saltalamacchia hit for D Ross.
J Saltalamacchia struck out looking.
J Ellsbury struck out swinging.

DET 1 - 0 AFTER 7 INNINGS


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Detroit - Top of 8th
Craig Breslow pitching for Boston
X Bogaerts at third base.
J Saltalamacchia catching.
C Breslow relieved J Tazawa.
M Cabrera flied out to right.
P Fielder walked.
V Martinez flied out to left.
J Peralta hit a ground rule double to left, P Fielder to third.
R Santiago ran for J Peralta.
O Infante intentionally walked.
A Avila flied out to center.


Boston - Bottom of 8th
Jose Veras pitching for Detroit
D Kelly in left field.
R Santiago at third base.
J Veras relieved A Alburquerque.
S Victorino struck out swinging.
D Pedroia struck out looking.
D Smyly relieved J Veras.
D Ortiz flied out to center.

DET 1 - 0 AFTER 8 INNINGS


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PostSubject: Re: ALCS1: 10/12/13 - DET (0-0) AT BOS (0-0) - 8:00 p.m. ET   Sun Oct 13, 2013 1:19 am

Detroit - Top of 9th
K Uehara pitching for Boston
K Uehara relieved C Breslow.
J Iglesias singled to center.
A Jackson struck out swinging.
T Hunter doubled to left, J Iglesias to third.
D Kelly struck out swinging.
P Fielder flied out to shortstop.


Boston - Bottom of 9th
Joaquin Benoit pitching for Detroit
J Benoit relieved D Smyly
M Napoli struck out looking.
D Nava singled to center.
Q Berry ran for D Nava.
S Drew flied out to right.
Q Berry stole second.
X Bogaerts popped out to shortstop.


TIGERS WIN 1-0

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W: A. Sanchez (1-0)
L: J. Lester (0-1)
S: J. Benoit (1)


GAME INFO:

WP: Sanchez, An 2.
IBB: Infante (by Breslow).
HBP: Fielder (by Lester), Iglesias (by Lester).
Pitches-strikes: Sanchez, An 116-66, Alburquerque 12-8, Veras 7-6, Smyly 7-4, Benoit 22-15, Lester 109-72, Tazawa 7-5, Breslow 26-11, Uehara 16-14.
Groundouts-flyouts: Sanchez, An 4-2, Alburquerque 1-0, Veras 0-0, Smyly 0-1, Benoit 0-1, Lester 10-2, Tazawa 1-1, Breslow 0-3, Uehara 0-0.
Batters faced: Sanchez, An 25, Alburquerque 3, Veras 2, Smyly 1, Benoit 4, Lester 27, Tazawa 2, Breslow 6, Uehara 5.
Inherited runners-scored: Tazawa 1-0.
Umpires: HP: Joe West. 1B: Rob Drake. 2B: Ron Kulpa. 3B: Alfonso Marquez. LF: Dale Scott. RF: Dan Iassogna.
Weather: 55 degrees, cloudy.
Wind: 12 mph, In from CF.
Venue: Fenway Park.
October 12, 2013


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