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PostSubject: ALCS5: 10/17/13 - DET (2-2) VS BOS (2-2) - 8:00 p.m. ET   Thu Oct 17, 2013 4:09 pm

ALCS5: 10/17/13 - DET (2-2) VS BOS (2-2) - 8:00 p.m. ET






--- VS ---

Detroit Tigers VS Boston Red Sox
Thursday, October 17, 2013
Comerica Park, Detroit, MI
Game Time - 8:00 p.m. EDT



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Pitching matchup



Tigers: RHP Anibal Sanchez (1-0, 0.00 ERA ERA)

Sanchez will try to top his outing from Game 1, when he struck out 12 and walked six over six innings without allowing a hit. The American League leader in ERA went 8-3 with a 2.70 ERA at Comerica Park this season.



Red Sox: LHP Jon Lester (0-1, 1.42 ERA)

The lefty took a tough-luck 1-0 loss in Game 1, giving up six hits and a run over 6 1/3 innings. Lester has started three games at Comerica Park lifetime, going 1-0 with a 4.58 ERA. This will be Lester's fourth career start in ALCS play.



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PREVIEW


Red Sox, Tigers hope to heat up in pivotal Game 5
Game 1 starters Lester, Sanchez gave up one run over 12 1/3 innings

By Doug Miller / MLB.com | 10/17/2013 1:03 AM ET

DETROIT -- Going into Game 4 of the American League Championship Series, it looked like the tight, intense matchup between the Red Sox and Tigers would continue to be all about pitching.

Then again, it's October in southern Michigan and New England. The leaves are changing, the autumn winds are shifting, and with every inning of these games, the script is being ad-libbed by wily managers and played out in real time by actors with bats and gloves in their hands.

Wednesday at Comerica Park brought what has been an ALCS outlier: a five-run second-inning outburst by the Tigers, a 7-3 win, and a clean series slate: we're at 2-2 now, with a guarantee of a trip back to Fenway Park for at least a Game 6, and who knows what else to expect in a series that's still impossible to predict.

Thursday night's Game 5, which will be broadcast on FOX at 8 p.m. ET, will offer an anticipated rematch between Game 1's brilliant starters, Jon Lester of the Red Sox and Anibal Sanchez of the Tigers.

They combined to give up one run on six hits in 12 1/3 innings of Game 1, with 16 strikeouts. Sanchez didn't give up a hit and fanned 12. Lester wasn't shabby, either, giving up only one run.

But things can change fast the second time around.

The hitters might be more accustomed to the stuff of Sanchez and Lester. More video has been watched. More scouting information has been absorbed. There could be a comfort level.

There could be … offense, and possibly even offense in abundance?

"When you see a guy more than once, you feel better against the guy," Red Sox catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia said. "They've done a great job of maintaining and keeping it down in the zone and keeping us from having those big innings.

"We're going to take that same approach. We're trying to get to the starting pitcher, get some runs on the board and get to the bullpen."

Detroit will try to repeat the collective effort at the plate that was generated on Wednesday, scoring seven runs in two innings: a five-run second and a two-run fourth against Red Sox starter Jake Peavy.

Prior to the game, Tigers manager Jim Leyland orchestrated what he referred to as a surprising lineup change: having Torii Hunter bat leadoff, moving Miguel Cabrera from third to second, and putting struggling former leadoff man Austin Jackson in the eight-hole.

It worked for everyone, except the Red Sox. Jackson drew a full-count, bases-loaded walk and ended up with two hits and another RBI. Hunter doubled home two runs.

In other words, Leyland will go to the same configuration in Game 5.

"I really think you have to," Leyland said. "You have seen good pitching. It's not that easy. If you look at all the series, I think it's remarkable.

"If you looked at some of the batting averages from all the teams involved in the playoffs, and I'm including the National League, it's pretty shocking sometimes. It's just not that easy. It's hard. But I will go with this lineup tomorrow for sure."

Meanwhile, the Red Sox will look for encouragement in the fact that they outhit the Tigers in Game 4, 12 to nine, and had plenty of chances to score.

"The one thing when we've been in stretches like this, we continually do a very good job of creating opportunities," Red Sox manager John Farrell said. "We did that tonight. We haven't done it so much in the first three games, but that's a tip of the hat to the pitching that we've been facing.

"But the one thing that we've maintained is a constant approach with the lineup and not creating further uncertainty. And I think our guys have responded well to that. I thought overall it was a very good offensive approach tonight. Unfortunately, the two-out base hit was elusive and any kind of extra-base hit with any men on base."

Thursday's Game 5 brings about the rematch of a duel that observers of the game will likely remember for a long time.

Most will remember the fact that Sanchez's six-inning, no-hit, 12-strikeout, six-walk work, but Lester was very good, too, going 6 1/3 innings and giving up only one run on six hits while striking out four and walking one. The hit that did him in was a soft line drive to center field by Jhonny Peralta.

Despite the loss, there was ample evidence yet again that the Lester the Red Sox have come to expect in October is back, and the veteran left-hander said it's not difficult to pinpoint how he's been able to rebound from a disappointing 2012 and inconsistent early 2013 campaign.

"I think any time you have fastball command, it sets everything up," Lester said. "That's the name of being a pitcher. You've got to have good command of your fastball down the zone on both sides. For whatever reason, whether it was just that little extra time after the break, I just physically felt better within each game."

For Sanchez, despite the feat of having rendered the Red Sox hitless for six innings in Game 1, there's room for improvement.

The right-hander, whose 2.57 ERA was the lowest in the American League, said he would try to not walk so many batters and lower his pitch count in the process. That would lead to an outing of more than six innings.

"I need to do my job," Sanchez said. "And I have to control what I can control. ... But when I don't have control … then I can't do too much."

Red Sox: Bogaerts to start?
• Rookie infielder Xander Bogaerts entered Game 4 as a pinch-hitter and doubled in the ninth inning, becoming the youngest Red Sox player, at 21 years old, to record a postseason hit. After the game, Farrell was asked if Bogaerts would get the start in Game 5, presumably at third base or shortstop, where Will Middlebrooks (1-for-9 in the series) and Stephen Drew (1-for-13 in the series), respectively, have scuffled.

Farrell wouldn't commit to it, but he didn't say no, either.

"We're struggling a little bit to get production out of that [left] side," Farrell said. "So it's something that's being considered, for sure."

• Outfielder Jacoby Ellsbury had four hits in Game 4, giving him five games in his postseason career in which he's had at least three hits, passing Kevin Youkilis and David Ortiz for the most postseason games with three hits in team history.

• Boston has a 0.74 bullpen ERA (two earned runs in 24 1/3 innings) this postseason, with 22 strikeouts.



Tigers: Fielder still struggling
• Even though the Tigers scored seven runs in their Game 4 victory, slugger Prince Fielder was not a part of the action. The big first baseman took an 0-for-4 night with a strikeout and is hitting .200 (3-for-15) with no home runs or RBIs in the ALCS and only one extra-base hit, a double. He has struck out four times and drawn one walk.

"That's just part of it," Leyland said. "Like I've always said, when he stands in the batter's box, you think something big could happen at any time, and I still feel that way. Will it happen? I don't know. … But I don't want to put any pressure on anybody, say, 'You have to go up and hit a home run.'"

• Tigers starting pitchers have registered a quality start in eight of the club's nine games thus far during the postseason. Detroit starters have compiled a 1.97 ERA (13 earned runs in 59 1/3 innings) and 81 strikeouts during the nine starts. The Tigers led the Major Leagues with 108 quality starts during the regular season.

• Designated hitter Victor Martinez has hit safely in seven of the nine postseason games and has collected multiple hits in six of the nine. He is hitting .429 (15-for-35) with four doubles, a home run and three RBIs during the postseason.

Worth noting
• Through the first 36 innings of the ALCS, the Red Sox have been tied or behind after 32 innings, having only led after Jarrod Saltalamacchia's walk-off single in the ninth inning of Game 2 and after Mike Napoli's solo home run with one out in the seventh inning of Game 3.

• With Doug Fister's seven strikeouts in Game 4, Tigers starting pitchers have 42 strikeouts in four games. The Atlanta Braves starters hold the LCS record with 49 strikeouts in the 1991 LCS, and the Arizona Diamondbacks hold the postseason record with 51 strikeouts in 50 1/3 innings by their starters in the 2001 World Series. Both the LCS and postseason records were set in series that went seven games.


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:


To track MLB play-by-play: http://m.mlb.com/scores/


On the Internet

MLB.TV
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•  SCOREBOARD
•  Official Press Pass game notes


On television

FOX

Direct TV Extra Innings Schedule


On radio

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XM Channel Schedule


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Up next (Probable Pitchers)



FRI, Oct 18:
OFF DAY


SAT, Oct 19:
Detroit: (?HP TBA (TBA ERA)) AT
Red Sox: (RHP Clay Buchholz (0-0, 7.94 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: ALCS5: 10/17/13 - DET (2-2) VS BOS (2-2) - 8:00 p.m. ET   Thu Oct 17, 2013 4:10 pm

STARTING LINEUPS:

TIGERS LINEUP
Torii Hunter, RF
Miguel Cabrera, 3B
Prince Fielder, 1B
Victor Martinez, DH
Jhonny Peralta, LF
Omar Infante, 2B
Alex Avila, C
Austin Jackson, CF
Jose Iglesias, SS

SP- Anibal Sanchez


Red Sox lineup
Jacoby Ellsbury, CF
Shane Victorino, RF
Dustin Pedroia, 2B
David Ortiz, DH
Mike Napoli, 1B
Jonny Gomes, LF
Stephen Drew, SS
Xander Bogaerts, 3B
David Ross, C

SP- Jon Lester

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PostSubject: Re: ALCS5: 10/17/13 - DET (2-2) VS BOS (2-2) - 8:00 p.m. ET   Thu Oct 17, 2013 9:34 pm

Boston - Top of 1st
Anibal Sanchez pitching for Detroit
J Ellsbury struck out swinging.
S Victorino grounded out to first.
D Pedroia singled to left.
D Ortiz grounded out to first.


Detroit - Bottom of 1st
Jon Lester pitching for Boston
T Hunter flied out to right.
M Cabrera walked.
P Fielder singled to center, M Cabrera to second.
V Martinez flied out to center.
J Peralta singled to left, M Cabrera thrown out at home, P Fielder to second.

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Boston - Top of 2nd
Anibal Sanchez pitching for Detroit
M Napoli homered to center (460 feet).
BOS 1 - 0
J Gomes safe at first on error by third baseman M Cabrera.
S Drew struck out swinging.
X Bogaerts doubled to left, J Gomes to third.
D Ross doubled to deep left, J Gomes scored, X Bogaerts to third.
BOS 2 - 0
J Ellsbury reached on infield single to second, X Bogaerts scored, D Ross to third.
BOS 3 - 0
J Ellsbury stole second.
S Victorino grounded into fielder's choice to second, D Ross out at home.
D Pedroia grounded into fielder's choice to second, S Victorino out at second.


Detroit - Bottom of 2nd
Jon Lester pitching for Boston
O Infante lined out to shortstop.
A Avila flied out to left.
A Jackson singled to center.
A Jackson to second on passed ball by D Ross.
J Iglesias struck out swinging.

BOS 3 - 0 AFTER 2 INNINGS


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Boston - Top of 3rd
Anibal Sanchez pitching for Detroit
D Ortiz popped out to shortstop.
M Napoli hit a ground rule double to deep left.
J Gomes grounded out to pitcher, M Napoli to third.
M Napoli scored on A Sanchez' wild pitch.
BOS 4 - 0
S Drew grounded out to second.


Detroit - Bottom of 3rd
Jon Lester pitching for Boston
T Hunter grounded out to third.
M Cabrera struck out looking.
P Fielder grounded out to shortstop.

BOS 4 - 0 AFTER 3 INNINGS


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Boston - Top of 4th
Anibal Sanchez pitching for Detroit
X Bogaerts struck out looking.
D Ross singled to left.
J Ellsbury grounded into double play, second to shortstop to first, D Ross out at second.


Detroit - Bottom of 4th
Jon Lester pitching for Boston
V Martinez singled to shallow center.
J Peralta flied out to center.
O Infante walked, V Martinez to second.
B Pena hit for A Avila.
B Pena grounded into double play, pitcher to shortstop to first, O Infante out at second.

BOS 4 - 0 AFTER 4 INNINGS


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Boston - Top of 5th
Anibal Sanchez pitching for Detroit
B Pena catching.
S Victorino grounded out to first.
D Pedroia flied out to center.
D Ortiz singled to shallow left.
M Napoli singled to center, D Ortiz to second.
J Gomes grounded out to shortstop.


Detroit - Bottom of 5th
Jon Lester pitching for Boston
A Jackson singled to center.
J Iglesias sacrificed to pitcher, A Jackson to second.
T Hunter fouled out to catcher.
M Cabrera singled to left center, A Jackson scored.
BOS 4 - 1
P Fielder grounded out to second.

BOS 4 - 1 AFTER 5 INNINGS


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Boston - Top of 6th
Anibal Sanchez pitching for Detroit
S Drew struck out swinging.
X Bogaerts popped out to shortstop.
D Ross struck out swinging.


Detroit - Bottom of 6th
Jon Lester pitching for Boston
V Martinez walked.
J Peralta struck out swinging.
O Infante singled to center, V Martinez to second.
J Tazawa relieved J Lester.
B Pena singled to left center, V Martinez scored, O Infante to second.
BOS 4 - 2
A Jackson grounded into double play, third to second to first, B Pena out at second.

BOS 4 - 2 AFTER 6 INNINGS


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Boston - Top of 7th
Phil Coke pitching for Detroit
P Coke relieved A Sanchez.
J Ellsbury flied out to center.
J Veras relieved P Coke.
S Victorino struck out swinging.
D Pedroia reached on infield single to second.
D Pedroia stole second.
D Ortiz lined out to right.


Detroit - Bottom of 7th
Junichi Tazawa pitching for Boston
J Iglesias singled to left center.
T Hunter singled to right, J Iglesias to third.
M Cabrera grounded into double play, second to first, J Iglesias scored, T Hunter out at second.
BOS 4 - 3
C Breslow relieved J Tazawa.
P Fielder grounded out to second.

BOS 4 - 3 AFTER 7 INNINGS


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Boston - Top of 8th
Jose Veras pitching for Detroit
M Napoli struck out swinging.
J Gomes grounded out to shortstop.
S Drew popped out to shortstop.


Detroit - Bottom of 8th
Craig Breslow pitching for Boston
V Martinez grounded out to first.
K Uehara relieved C Breslow.
J Peralta struck out swinging.
O Infante struck out swinging.

BOS 4 - 3 AFTER 8 INNINGS


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Boston - Top of 9th
Al Alburquerque pitching for Detroit
D Kelly in left field.
A Alburquerque relieved J Veras.
X Bogaerts walked.
W Middlebrooks ran for X Bogaerts.
D Ross sacrificed to third, W Middlebrooks to second, W Middlebrooks to third advancing on throw.
J Ellsbury intentionally walked.
J Ellsbury stole second.
S Victorino struck out swinging.
D Pedroia flied out to center.


Detroit - Bottom of 9th
Koji Uehara pitching for Boston
W Middlebrooks at third base.
B Pena flied out to left.
A Jackson flied out to center.
J Iglesias popped out to second.


TIGERS LOSE 3-4

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W: J. Lester (1-1)
L: A. Sanchez (1-1)
S: K. Uehara (2)


GAME INFO:

WP: Sanchez, An.
IBB: Ellsbury (by Alburquerque).
Pitches-strikes: Lester 98-60, Tazawa 18-13, Breslow 5-3, Uehara 27-19, Sanchez, An 108-68, Coke 1-1, Veras 28-17, Alburquerque 18-9.
Groundouts-flyouts: Lester 5-4, Tazawa 2-0, Breslow 2-0, Uehara 0-2, Sanchez, An 10-1, Coke 0-1, Veras 1-0, Alburquerque 1-1.
Batters faced: Lester 24, Tazawa 5, Breslow 2, Uehara 5, Sanchez, An 27, Coke 1, Veras 6, Alburquerque 5.
Inherited runners-scored: Tazawa 2-1.
Umpires: HP: Dale Scott. 1B: Dan Iassogna. 2B: Joe West. 3B: Rob Drake. LF: Ron Kulpa. RF: Alfonso Marquez.
Weather: 51 degrees, overcast.
Wind: 10 mph, R to L.
T: 3:47.
Att: 42,669.
Venue: Comerica Park.
October 17, 2013


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