Tigers post inspired victory after Hinch delivers concession speech on 22

Tigers post inspired victory after Hinch delivers concession speech on 22

Detroit – He rightfully felt, looking at the April schedule, that those last two series with the White Sox in September had a chance of being very meaningful. And they are.

For the White Sox, who came in three games behind Cleveland for first place in the Central Division.

“We should be jealous that they’re playing for something,” manager AJ Hinch said before the Tigers snapped a four-game losing streak and snapped the White Sox’s momentum with a 3- 2 in 10 innings at Comerica Park on Friday.

“Our guys should feel the urgency that comes with playing meaningful baseball in September. It’s a great competition, no matter what is at stake for one team or another.

Tigers starting pitcher Drew Hutchison, left, hands the ball to manager AJ Hinch, right, as designated hitter Eric Haase, right back, stands on the mound.

“But as a general concept, we should be jealous.”

Perhaps it was due to some comments from White Sox shortstop Elvis Andrus in Cleveland when he said they would win this “easy” series. But the Tigers played with some urgency on Friday, albeit at times with reckless urgency.

But after Alex Lange hit the side and blocked the free runner at second base at the top of 10th, Victor Reyes hit a sacrificial fly to White Sox center field closer to Liam Hendriks to tackle Ryan Kreidler with the walk winner -off.

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