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PostSubject: ALCS2: 10/13/13 - DET (1-0) AT BOS (0-1) - 8:00 p.m. ET   Sun Oct 13, 2013 5:55 pm

ALCS2: 10/13/13 - DET (1-0) AT BOS (0-1) - 8:00 p.m. ET






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Detroit Tigers AT Boston Red Sox
Sunday, October 13, 2013
Fenway Park, Boston, MA
Game Time - 8:00 p.m. EDT



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Pitching matchup



Tigers: RHP Max Scherzer (2-0, 3.00 ERA)

Scherzer's relief work in Game 4 of the Division Series ruled him out of starting Game 5, but it put him in line for a potentially huge start in Boston, where he'll get a chance to avenge the 2-1 loss he suffered on Sept. 3.



Red Sox: RHP Clay Buchholz (0-0, 4.50 ERA)

The wiry righty will move up one spot in the rotation, which gives him a chance to pitch at Fenway. Buchholz had an up-and-down start in the ALDS against the Rays, giving up a game-tying three-run homer to Evan Longoria and taking a no-decision.



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PREVIEW


Scherzer, Buchholz have tough act to follow in Game 2
Righties bring different skill sets but huge challenges to Tigers, Sox

By Doug Miller / MLB.com | 10/13/2013 3:20 AM ET

Game 1 of the American League Championship Series will be a tough act to follow. No, make that an impossible act.

It's very, very likely that in Game 2, which pits Detroit right-hander Max Scherzer against Boston righty Clay Buchholz and is slated for Sunday at 8 p.m. ET on FOX, there will not be a no-hitter going until there's one out in the ninth inning.

Slim would be a safe word to describe the chances that the Red Sox will end up striking out 17 times.

You probably wouldn't want to wager that Detroit's starter, even though it's an AL Cy Young Award favorite in 21-game-winner Scherzer, will strike out 12 and walk six over six innings while throwing 116 pitches, as Anibal Sanchez did in Game 1.

In other words, enough about the Tigers' wacky, tension-filled, 1-0 win in Game 1. It's time for the second game in this best-of-seven set, and there figures to be even more drama on tap.

In the aftermath of the Tigers' Game 1 victory, the Red Sox were left wondering where their potent offense went, but if we've learned anything about this team over the course of 162 games and about its veteran players over the course of the last 10-plus years, it's that their memories are pretty short.

"I think we'll be ready to go tomorrow night," Red Sox manager John Farrell said. "We have the ability to put tonight behind us, and we'll be ready to go."

Meanwhile, the Tigers would like to tap into some more of the road mojo that let them escape with one tough win. They didn't exactly dent the Green Monster on Saturday, as it turned out. They got only six hits off Red Sox starter Jon Lester, and they struck out four times. Their lone run came on a bloop single by Jhonny Peralta.

And the guy they're facing on Sunday, Buchholz, was 12-1 with a 1.74 ERA in the regular season.

"We could have done a little better with opportunities," Tigers skipper Jim Leyland said. "We have to do a little bit better. But what you're seeing is a lot of good pitching. There [were] two playoff games today, both 1-0 scores. That tells you the quality of pitching in the postseason. We have to do better with our opportunities, but on this one we were able to hold on."

The Game 2 starters bring different skill sets but huge challenges.

Scherzer has done it all this year, from a 21-3 campaign with a 2.90 ERA and 240 strikeouts in 214 1/3 innings to his two wins over Oakland in the AL Division Series -- one as a starter and one as a reliever. Now he's participating in his second straight ALCS, and he knows what he's dealing with in the Red Sox.

"Well, they're just a great team," Scherzer said. "They can grind at-bats out, they don't chase a lot. They foul off pitches. ... You can mention all those things they're very good at; it comes down to attacking the hitters and making sure I'm working ahead in the count."

He has been doing that a lot this year, though Leyland doesn't feel the need to explain his hurler's special season in specific terms.

"I think he's one of those guys that it happens now and then, guys get on a roll, whether it's the guy shooting three-pointers or hot field-goal kicker or whatever it is," Leyland said. "In sports, guys get on a roll from time to time. And he's been a positive roll. ... And that's the type of year he's had."

Buchholz might have put up a big Cy Young challenge if he hadn't missed three months with a strained bursa sac. He was 9-0 with a 1.71 ERA until he went on the disabled list in June, and 3-1 with a 1.88 ERA in the four starts he made after returning in September. In his only postseason start of 2013 thus far, against Tampa Bay in the AL Division Series, he made a quality start, giving up three runs in six innings in a no-decision.

"I wish he wouldn't have missed the three months, I can tell you that," Farrell said. "But every path to a certain player is going to take a different turn on the way. And to say that he's more rested, well, he was also recovering from an injury.

"There's no restrictions on how we plan for tomorrow or plan for a given start. So we feel like he's in good shape physically going into tomorrow."

Tigers: Cabrera exits Game 1 early
Third baseman Miguel Cabrera was removed from Saturday's game in the bottom of the eighth inning and replaced by Ramon Santiago for defensive purposes, as Cabrera continues to struggle from the ailments in his lower body that have plagued him throughout the last month of the season and into October. Cabrera singled his first time up and added a walk in the sixth inning but moved very slowly around the bases.

"We know we're handicapped a little bit because of our [Cabrera] situation," Leyland said. "I think the biggest key in that situation was that the two guys that they had coming up to lead off that inning were [Shane] Victorino and [Dustin] Pedroia.

"Both are excellent baseball players, both smart. Victorino could have dropped the bunt down on Miggy. Pedroia could have dropped a bunt on Miggy. We felt like that was the best way to go."

• The Tigers won Game 1 of an ALCS for the fourth time, following similar victories in 2012, 2006 and 1984. In each of those years, the Tigers went on to win the series. In 22 postseason series, the Tigers have won Game 1 six times (1940 World Series, 1984 World Series, 2006 ALCS, 2012 ALDS and 2012 ALCS). In every case except the 1940 Fall Classic, the Tigers went on to win that series.

• Cabrera's single in the first inning extended his streak of reaching base safely in postseason games with the Tigers to 30, extending his big league postseason record.

Red Sox: Still working the count
Even though the Sox lost Game 1, 1-0, and only got one hit, they still did what they do in regard to seeing a lot of pitches. Sanchez pitched no-hit baseball for six innings and struck out 12, but he walked six and threw 116 pitches.

Farrell saw his offense's continued patience as another positive moving forward.

"We left eight men on base," he said. "(A) characteristic of this team all year is to build a pitch count."

• Prior to Saturday, the Red Sox had been shut out at home in a postseason game only once: Game 5 of the 1918 World Series against the Cubs, which the Red Sox lost, 3-0. The ALCS opener was also the first 1-0 postseason game in the history of Fenway Park.

• At 21 years and 11 days, infielder Xander Bogaerts became the youngest player in an ALCS game since Francisco Rodriguez (Angels) in 2002, and the youngest position player in a ALCS contest since Alex Rodriguez, then with Seattle, in 1995.

Worth noting
• The Tigers became the first team in postseason history to record back-to-back postseason starts of at least five innings in which the starting pitchers allowed no hits. Justin Verlander didn't allow a hit until two outs in the seventh inning against the A's on Thursday in Game 5 of the Division Series, and Sanchez left Saturday's game after six no-hit innings.

• Each of Boston's last four AL Championship Series (2003, 2004, 2007 and 2008) have gone the full seven games; these are the only seven-game ALCS since a Red Sox win in 1986.


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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BROADCAST SCHEDULE:


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On television

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On radio

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Up next (Probable Pitchers)


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: ALCS2: 10/13/13 - DET (1-0) AT BOS (0-1) - 8:00 p.m. ET   Sun Oct 13, 2013 5:57 pm

STARTING LINEUPS:

TIGERS (career numbers off Buchholz)

   Austin Jackson, CF (5-for-19, HR, 2 walks, 4 K’s)
   Torii Hunter, RF (4-for-24, 4 walks, 4 K’s)
   Miguel Cabrera, 3B (5-for-21, 3 walks, 3 K’s)
   Prince Fielder, 1B (1-for-6, walk, K)
   Victor Martinez, DH (0-for-6)
   Jhonny Peralta, LF (5-for-17, 4 K’s)
   Alex Avila, C (3-for-8, 3 walks, K)
   Omar Infante, 2B (2-for-8, walk, K)
   Don Kelly, LF (1-for-3)

P: Max Scherzer

RED SOX (career numbers off Scherzer)

   Jacoby Ellsbury, CF (5-for-9, HR, 3 walks, K)
   Shane Victorino, RF (2-for-10, 3 K’s)
   Dustin Pedroia, 2B (4-for-17, 2 HR, 2 K’s)
   David Ortiz, DH (7-for-15, 3 HR, 3 walks, 2 K’s)
   Mike Carp, 1B (2-for-8, walk, 5 K’s)
   Jonny Gomes, LF (2-for-6, 2 K’s)
   Jarrod Saltalamacchia, C (5-for-12, HR, 4 K’s)
   Stephen Drew, SS (2-for-11, walk, 4 K’s)
   Will Middlebrooks, 3B (1-for-6, 4 K’s)

P: Clay Buchholz


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PostSubject: Re: ALCS2: 10/13/13 - DET (1-0) AT BOS (0-1) - 8:00 p.m. ET   Sun Oct 13, 2013 9:37 pm

Detroit - Top of 1st
Clay Buchholz pitching for Boston
A Jackson grounded out to shortstop.
T Hunter struck out swinging.
M Cabrera flied out to center.


Boston - Bottom of 1st
Max Scherzer pitching for Detroit
J Ellsbury grounded out to third.
S Victorino hit by pitch.
D Pedroia struck out swinging.
D Ortiz struck out swinging.

0-0 AFTER 1 INNING


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PostSubject: Re: ALCS2: 10/13/13 - DET (1-0) AT BOS (0-1) - 8:00 p.m. ET   Sun Oct 13, 2013 9:58 pm

Detroit - Top of 2nd
Clay Buchholz pitching for Boston
P Fielder struck out swinging.
V Martinez doubled to left center.
J Peralta singled to left, V Martinez to third.
A Avila singled to center, V Martinez scored, J Peralta to second.
DET 1 - 0
O Infante grounded into double play, shortstop to second to first, A Avila out at second.


Boston - Bottom of 2nd
Max Scherzer pitching for Detroit
M Carp struck out looking.
J Gomes struck out looking.
J Saltalamacchia grounded out to second.

DET 1 - 0 AFTER 2 INNINGS


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Detroit - Top of 3rd
Clay Buchholz pitching for Boston
D Kelly popped out to shortstop.
A Jackson grounded out to second.
T Hunter struck out swinging.


Boston - Bottom of 3rd
Max Scherzer pitching for Detroit
S Drew struck out looking.
W Middlebrooks struck out swinging.
J Ellsbury walked.
S Victorino struck out swinging.

DET 1 - 0 AFTER 3 INNINGS


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Detroit - Top of 4th
Clay Buchholz pitching for Boston
M Cabrera struck out swinging.
P Fielder struck out looking.
V Martinez hit by pitch.
V Martinez to second on wild pitch by C Buchholz.
J Peralta safe at first on error by shortstop S Drew, V Martinez to third.
A Avila flied out to center.


Boston - Bottom of 4th
Max Scherzer pitching for Detroit
D Pedroia struck out swinging.
D Ortiz walked.
M Carp grounded into double play, second to shortstop to first, D Ortiz out at second.

DET 1 - 0 AFTER 4 INNINGS


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PostSubject: Re: ALCS2: 10/13/13 - DET (1-0) AT BOS (0-1) - 8:00 p.m. ET   Sun Oct 13, 2013 10:55 pm

Detroit - Top of 5th

Clay Buchholz pitching for Boston
O Infante grounded out to third.
D Kelly struck out swinging.
A Jackson flied out to center.


Boston - Bottom of 5th
Max Scherzer pitching for Detroit
J Gomes struck out swinging.
J Saltalamacchia flied out to right.
S Drew grounded out to first.

DET 1 - 0 AFTER 5 INNINGS


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PostSubject: Re: ALCS2: 10/13/13 - DET (1-0) AT BOS (0-1) - 8:00 p.m. ET   Sun Oct 13, 2013 11:39 pm

Detroit - Top of 6th
Clay Buchholz pitching for Boston
T Hunter flied out to center.
M Cabrera homered to left. (OVER THE GREEN MONSTER)
DET 2 - 0
P Fielder doubled to left.
V Martinez doubled to right center, P Fielder scored.
DET 3 - 0
J Peralta lined out to center.
A Avila homered to right, V Martinez scored.
DET 5 - 0
O Infante singled to center.
B Workman relieved C Buchholz.
D Kelly walked, O Infante to second.
A Jackson grounded out to third.


Boston - Bottom of 6th
Max Scherzer pitching for Detroit
W Middlebrooks struck out swinging.
J Ellsbury fouled out to third.
S Victorino singled to left center.
D Pedroia doubled to left center, S Victorino scored.
DET 5 - 1

D Ortiz struck out swinging.

DET 5 - 1 AFTER 6 INNINGS


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PostSubject: Re: ALCS2: 10/13/13 - DET (1-0) AT BOS (0-1) - 8:00 p.m. ET   Sun Oct 13, 2013 11:53 pm

Detroit - Top of 7th
Brandon Workman pitching for Boston
T Hunter grounded out to first.
M Cabrera flied out to center.
F Doubront relieved B Workman.
P Fielder grounded out to second.


Boston - Bottom of 7th
Max Scherzer pitching for Detroit
M Carp struck out swinging.
J Gomes struck out swinging.
J Saltalamacchia grounded out to second.

DET 5 - 1 AFTER 7 INNINGS


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PostSubject: Re: ALCS2: 10/13/13 - DET (1-0) AT BOS (0-1) - 8:00 p.m. ET   Mon Oct 14, 2013 12:36 am

Detroit - Top of 8th
Felix Doubront pitching for Boston
V Martinez fouled out to first.
J Peralta flied out to center.
A Avila walked.
O Infante flied out to right.


Boston - Bottom of 8th
Jose Veras pitching for Detroit
J Veras relieved M Scherzer.
J Iglesias at shortstop.
S Drew grounded out to shortstop.
W Middlebrooks doubled to left.
D Smyly relieved J Veras.
J Ellsbury walked.
A Alburquerque relieved D Smyly.
S Victorino struck out swinging.
D Pedroia singled to right, W Middlebrooks to third, J Ellsbury to second.
J Benoit relieved A Alburquerque.
D Ortiz homered to right, W Middlebrooks, J Ellsbury and D Pedroia scored.
TIED 5 - 5
M Napoli hit for M Carp.
M Napoli struck out swinging.

TIED 5 - 5 AFTER 8 INNINGS


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PostSubject: Re: ALCS2: 10/13/13 - DET (1-0) AT BOS (0-1) - 8:00 p.m. ET   Mon Oct 14, 2013 12:57 am

Detroit - Top of 9th
Koji Uehara pitching for Boston
M Napoli at first base.
K Uehara relieved F Doubront.
D Kelly popped out to second.
A Jackson struck out swinging.
T Hunter popped out to shortstop.


Boston - Bottom of 9th
Rick Porcello pitching for Detroit
R Porcello relieved J Benoit.
J Gomes reached on infield single to shortstop, J Gomes to second on throwing error by shortstop J Iglesias.
J Gomes to third on wild pitch by R Porcello.
J Saltalamacchia singled to left, J Gomes scored.


TIGERS LOSE 5-6

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W: K. Uehara (1-0)
L: R. Porcello (0-1 )


GAME INFO:

Smyly pitched to 1 batter in the 8th.
Porcello pitched to 2 batters in the 9th.

WP: Porcello, Buchholz.
HBP: Martinez, V (by Buchholz), Victorino (by Scherzer).
Pitches-strikes: Scherzer 108-69, Veras 3-2, Smyly 6-2, Alburquerque 8-6, Benoit 8-7, Porcello 9-5, Buchholz 82-53, Workman 16-9, Doubront 20-11, Uehara 9-8.
Groundouts-flyouts: Scherzer 5-1, Veras 1-0, Smyly 0-0, Alburquerque 0-0, Benoit 0-0, Porcello 0-0, Buchholz 5-4, Workman 2-1, Doubront 1-2, Uehara 0-0.
Batters faced: Scherzer 25, Veras 2, Smyly 1, Alburquerque 2, Benoit 2, Porcello 2, Buchholz 26, Workman 4, Doubront 5, Uehara 3.
Inherited runners-scored: Smyly 1-0, Alburquerque 2-0, Benoit 3-3, Workman 1-0.
Umpires: HP: Rob Drake. 1B: Ron Kulpa. 2B: Alfonso Marquez. 3B: Dale Scott. LF: Dan Iassogna. RF: Joe West.
Weather: 53 degrees, partly cloudy.
Wind: 3 mph, In from RF.
T: 3:28.
Att: 38,029.
Venue: Fenway Park.
October 13, 2013


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