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Candelario’s RBI single lifts Tigers past White Sox 5-4

Candelario's RBI single lifts Tigers past White Sox 5-4

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Candelario's RBI single lifts Tigers past White Sox 5-4

Detroit (AP) - Jeremy Chandelier overtook the RBI Bloop Single during the eighth inning of three races and the

Detroit Tigers gave the White Sox 5-4 on Friday night.

At first, he began to appear regularly on the

shoulder behind the Batman Jose Abreu, which allowed Nicholas Castellanos to reach third place and give the Tigers the first advantage of the night.

Reliever Buck Farmer (1-3) played a misguided eighth inning and won Shane Green retired in ninth place for his 12th place.

The. ex-tigers pitcher, Bruce Rondon (2-3), got the result, gave three runs and three hits in the eighth position.

Starter Reynaldo Lopez played seven strong innings, with five hits and three runs to get three runs and get three runs.

White. Socks made a 2-0 lead in the first chance with the stroke propelled by Abu and Tim Anderson. The simple

producer of Tres Thompson defeated him 3-0 in fourth place and Anderson's single in domestic races led to fourth

place in the fourth position after a pair of tigers was in fourth place.

Leoni is Martin's simple producer defeated him 4-3 in the eighth position and Castellanos followed with double

producer, who finished third in the pitching house. Martin's slide was reviewed at home and the call was raised.

Tigers starter Mike Fire went into 5 2/3 innings, giving nine hits and four runs in three runs.

Training room

White socks: LHP Carlos Rodon, along with Triple-A Charlotte, took a line in the head in the rehab on Thursday,

leaving the game in the third possibility.

Tigre: 1b Miguel Cabrera (tension from the right) hit and played in the gardens before Friday's game and said he

can return "soon" from the disabled list. He is out of May 4 ... candelaria (left wrist tendonitis) went to 4 for 1. Mikey

RHP Jordan Zimmerman (right shoulder) is

making progress in his rehabilitation and may return in the near future, said Tigers manager Ron Gardenshayer.

The next

Tigre: LHP Francisco Liriano (3-1, 3.42) will face Santiago. Liriano had a game without hits in the seventh inning of his last start.

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