shouldnt be anybody in there

#1 by jinshuiqian0713 , Mon Nov 18, 2019 2:31 am

DETROIT -- David Price walked off the mound Tuesday night wondering if he had just blown the AL Central title for his new team. It didnt take long for his team to improve his mood. After Price blew a 3-0 lead in the top of the ninth, the Detroit Tigers only needed three batters to pull out a 4-3 victory and hold on to their one-game lead in the division. With the score tied 3-3, Ian Kinsler led off the ninth with a single, took second when Jake Petricka (1-6) walked Torii Hunter and scored when Miguel Cabrera lined a base hit to left field. "I went into the top of the ninth knowing that I had to finish it off," Price said. "I didnt care if I gave up two runs, but I couldnt give up three. Im just glad that our offence saved me." Hunter agreed that the offence wanted to make a statement and pick up Price. "When youve got a 3-0 lead in the top of the ninth and David Price on the mound, you think the game is over," he said. "But then they tie it, and we had to go right back out there and win it. Kins did a great job, I had a good at-bat to draw the walk and then Miggy did what Miggy does." For most of the night, it looked like Price was going to show exactly why the Tigers had traded for him at the deadline, taking a three-hit shutout into the ninth. Adam Eaton singled and moved to third on Alexei Ramirezs double. That got Joe Nathan up in the pen, and after Jose Abreu struck out, Avisail Garcia lined a two-run single to centre. Brad Ausmus visited the mound, drawing boos from the crowd, but he left Price in. Dayan Viciedo flew out to right for the second out, and Paul Konerko, who was honoured by the Tigers before the game, singled to move Garcia to third. Marcus Semien then blooped a single to centre, tying the game. "With the way David was pitching, it didnt look too good for us," White Sox manager Robin Ventura said. "We got it to the bottom of the ninth, but first and second with no one out for Miggy isnt a great situation, either." Nathan (5-4) came in to get the final out, and picked up the victory after Petricka couldnt get an out in the bottom of the inning. White Sox rookie Scott Carroll allowed two runs -- one earned -- in six-plus innings. He gave up five hits and two walks while striking out four. Chicago almost broke a scoreless tie in the fifth, as Josh Phegley hit Prices 3-2 pitch to the wall in left, but J.D. Martinez had plenty of time to set himself at the wall and reach up to make the catch to rob a home run. Price broke into a wry smile as he watched Martinez make the play. The Tigers took the lead in the bottom of the inning. Rajai Davis singled, and was running on the pitch when Kinsler hit what would have otherwise been an easy double-play ball. Now in scoring position, Davis stole third and scored when Phegleys throw trickled past Marcus Semien and into left. Detroit used more speed to get a run in the seventh, as pinch-runner Andrew Romine was able to go from first to third on Semiens error, and score on Kinslers single. Hunter followed with a ground-rule double to make it 3-0. TRAINERS ROOM White Sox: Eaton returned to the lineup after missing two games to deal with a personal matter. He led off against Price. ... With the White Sox out of the race, LHP Chris Sale will make his final start of the season on Wednesday instead of starting Tuesday and Sunday on normal rest. Ventura said that with Sale having been injured earlier this year, it made sense to ease him into the off-season. Tigers: RHP Anibal Sanchez (pectoral strain) was activated from the disabled list before Tuesdays game, and will finish the season pitching out of the bullpen. Ausmus said, because of Sanchezs outstanding pitch selection, he plans to use him in high-leverage situations. UP NEXT The teams finish the three-game series Wednesday afternoon with Sale (12-4, 2.20) facing Justin Verlander (14-12, 4.68) in each pitchers last start of the regular season. CELEBRATING KONERKO Before the game, the Tigers honoured Konerko by presenting him with a framed box containing a first-base bag, a jar of dirt from the right-handed batters box and a list of his accomplishments at Comerica Park. He leads all visiting players in hits, runs, total bases and RBIs since the stadium opened in 2000, and trails David Ortiz by one home run. NO ROOKIE JITTERS Carroll said that he had a great time pitching in a pennant race, even if it wasnt his team that is in contention. "Thats certainly as close to a playoff game as Ive ever come," he said. "It was really cool." Vapormax Noir Pas Cher Soldes . Sterling was banned for life and fined US$2.5 million by the NBA on Tuesday for racist comments the league says he made in a recorded conversation. Nash, who plays for the rival L.A. Lakers, spoke as a representative of current NBA players at a press conference assembled by Sacramento mayor and National Basketball Players Association adviser Kevin Johnson. Air Max 270 Pas Cher Livraison Rapide . His recovery time is expected to be six to eight months. Seidenberg was injured in the third period of Fridays 5-0 victory over the Ottawa Senators, when he got his leg tangled with forward Cory Conacher. Ontario Superior Court Case Management Master Ronald Dash released the decision on Monday, saying John McCaw Jr. must testify in front of a jury by live video conference. Moores lawyer, Tim Danson, asked the court to compel McCaw - who is based in Seattle - to testify in the case back on February 27. Air Max 90 Homme Pas Cher Fausse . Power had a two-lap average of 218.896 mph in qualifying Friday at the high-banked, high-speed 1 1/2-mile track for his 34th career pole. Fausse Air Max 97 Noir Pas Cher . The Boston Celtics hadnt played since the All-Star break. So the Suns 100-94 victory over Boston Wednesday night was an uphill affair, with Phoenix relying on balance rather than its trademark high energy."You get in at whatever time. I took my room key. I could hear stuff in the hallway, like people in their rooms. So Im thinking people are watching TV or whatever. So I get to my door, and my key doesnt work, but it sounds like theres somebody in my room. Like I hear a little baby, not crying but making noise. Im like, What the heck? I keep trying my key and it doesnt work. So I go downstairs to get a new key, and I tell them (somebodys in the room). So they call the room, and nobody answers. Theyre like, We can get you a new key and send you up with security and make sure nobodys there, because there shouldnt be anybody in there. Then theyre like, Well just get you a new room. It was the creepiest thing. I heard a couple of other guys heard babies in the hallway, kids running down the hallway. Creepy. I really heard voices and a baby in the room, and there wasnt anybody in there. It was crazy."Duncan backed him up:"I heard a baby in his room. There was someboddy or something in his room, yeah.dddddddddddd I definitely heard something. It wasnt creepy, because I assumed it was really somebody in the room, and they gave him the wrong room. But when they told me the story the next day about calling up there and no one in the room, its at that point you get chills. I totally agreed with him. There was a baby there, absolutely. I heard about the history of the place, and Id rather not (stay there again)."This isnt the first NBA ghost encounter. Back in 2010, Eddy Curry and Jared Jeffries told Frank Isola of the New York Daily News and frequent contributor to ESPNs Around the Horn (seen daily on TSN2) that they encountered ghosts at Oklahoma Citys Skirvin Hilton. Grantlands Bill Simmons also claimed to have had a similar experience at the Skirvin Hilton.This is something that different NBA franchises travel departments may want to look into before booking lodging for their players and other leagues should take note. ' ' '

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