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Tigers Jose Valverde reacts to striking out Josh Hamilton in the top of the ninth, giving the Tigers a 3-2 win. (Elizabeth Conley/The Detroit News)

Tigers first baseman Prince Fielder assess the field with two Texas Rangers on base in the top of the ninth inning. (Elizabeth Conley/The Detroit News)

Tigers Prince Fielder and Don Kelley tell Delmon Young to slide into home base while Rangers pitcher Neftali Feliz goes in for back up stemming from a single by Ramon Santiago in the fourth inning. (Elizabeth Conley/The Detroit News)

Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander pitches in the third inning while Rangers Elive Andrus is on first base. (Elizabeth Conley/The Detroit News)

Tigers first baseman Prince Fielder makes a diving catch for a foul ball get Rangers Craig Gentry for the first out in the second. (Elizabeth Conley/The Detroit News)

Rangers Elvis Andrus is picked off by Prince Fielder on first base for the Rangers second out in the first. (Elizabeth Conley/The Detroit News)

Tigers infielder Brandon Inge signs autographs before the team's second game of a double header against the Texas Rangers. The Tigers beat the Rangers 3-2 on Saturday, April 21, 2012. (Elizabeth Conley/The Detroit News) // Say what you will about Inge, he takes the time for the fans.

Miguel Cabrera slides into home after Jhonny Peralta's double in the fourth inning. (Elizabeth Conley/The Detroit News)

Tigers pitcher Duane Below just misses a soft groundball by Texas' Michael Young in the third inning. It was a single. (Elizabeth Conley/The Detroit News)

Rick Porcello leaves the mound in the second inning after the Rangers scored nine runs. (Elizabeth Conley/The Detroit News)

Brandon Inge bobbles the ball but still makes an out in the first inning. (Elizabeth Conley/The Detroit News)

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Tigers first baseman Prince Fielder tries to tag out Michael Young in the first inning after catching a high throw from Brandon Inge. (Elizabeth Conley/The Detroit News)

Texas' Ian Kinsler steals second base, eluding the Tigers' Brandon Inge after a wide throw by catcher Gerald Laird in the first inning. (Elizabeth Conley/The Detroit News)

Jhonny Peralta misses a single hit by Ian Kinsler to lead off the first inning. (Elizabeth Conley/The Detroit News)

Tigers first baseman Prince Fielder reacts in the dugout to the end of the second inning, after which the Tigers trailed 9-0. (Elizabeth Conley/The Detroit News) // I think the interblags would call this a facepalm.

Tigers starting pitcher Rick Porcello gets ready to pitch to Nelson Cruz with a man on first and third at the top of the second inning Saturday, April 21, 2012, at Comerica Park. Texas beat Detroit, 10-4. (Elizabeth Conley/The Detroit News)

Tigers second baseman Ramon Santiago misses the tag on Rangers leftfielder Josh Hamilton during the fifth inning of the Tigers' 10-3 loss to the Rangers Thursday night at Comerica Park.

Rangers 10, Tigers 3

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Tigers manager Jim Leyland takes the ball away from reliever Collin Balester during the sixth inning of the Tigers' 10-3 loss to the Rangers Thursday night at Comerica Park. (Boy, Balester has had a tough go of it in a Tiger uni.)

Tigers third baseman Miguel Cabrera tags out the Rangers centerfielder Craig Gentry trying to steal third in the second inning of the Tigers' 10-3 loss to the Rangers Thursday night at Comerica Park.

Tigers designated hitter Delmon Young looks on in disgust after being tagged out at third by the during the sixth inning of the Tigers' 10-3 loss to the Rangers Thursday night at Comerica Park. (Young had no right going for 3rd. He was out by a mile.)

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Tigers second baseman Brandon Inge throws to second for a double play as Royals pinch runner Chris Getz runs towards second in the eighth inning of the Tigers' 4-3 win Wednesday in Kansas City, Mo.

Tigers catcher Gerald Laird scores in the seventh inning on a wild pitch by Royals pitcher Jose Mijares (50) at Kauffman Stadium. Mandatory Credit: John Rieger-US PRESSWIRE

Tigers pitcher Joaquin Benoit reacts after getting out of the 8th inning on a double play during the of the Tigers' 4-3 win Wednesday in Kansas City, Mo.

Tigers 4, Royals 3

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Tigers first baseman Prince Fielder fields the ball during the Tigers' 4-3 win Wednesday in Kansas City, Mo.

Tigers 4, Royals 3

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