Pineda Exits After Being Hit By Liner, Tigers Blank O’s 3-0 – CBS Baltimore

DETROIT (AP) – Tigers starter Michael Pineda exited early after being hit in the arm by a driveway and the Detroit bulls did the rest, teaming up with a four-man to beat the Baltimore Orioles 3 -0 on Saturday.

Eric Haase and Willi Castro are home to the Tigers, who claimed their first home win this season. Detroit’s defense also participated, creating 4 doubles.

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Pineda retired all four major players he faced, but the right wing went away after Ramon Urias’ backline hit him in the pitcher in the second inning. Wily Peralta replaced him, with the match adjourned to give him time to warm up.

Peralta (1-0) takes eight hitters and adds four more kills. Gregory Soto threw the ninth ball for his fifth save.

Bruce Zimmermann (2-2) allows two earned runs in six innings.

The Tigers took a 1-0 lead in the second half when left-hander Ryan McKenna misplaced Jonathan Schoop’s double to secure third place. Castro followed with a sacrificial fly.

Haase made it 2-0 with a homer lead in the fifth half and Castro ended Zimmermann’s day with his first homer in the seventh.

Baltimore’s first hit was Tyler Nevin’s single on the fifth part. Orioles didn’t get a runner to score until Urias doubled the lead against Joe Jimenez in the seventh game.


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Tigers: RHP Casey Mize (elbow) has been dropped from his rehab duties with Triple-A Toledo after a warm-up and will return to Detroit’s spring training complex in Florida for further evaluation. … OF Austin Meadows (internal period infection) has practiced batting and may return on Sunday.

Orioles: OF Austin Hayes (hand) was able to pitch in Friday’s loss, a day after being hit in the left hand, but won’t be able to swing until Sunday.


Orioles chose the reliever Denyi Reyes as Triple-A Norfolk and called McKenna back.


With two outings in season eight and McKenna in the first, Cedric Mullins hit the Tigers’ short-track grounder Javy Baez, who was teleported to the right side of second base. Baez moved to tag Mullins, who stopped and started backing toward first base – a move Baez used to confuse those in the yard chasing him. It didn’t work out – Baez simply stepped onto the second sole – but the pair shared a laugh after the play.


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The teams finished a three-game series on Sunday, with Baltimore’s Tyler Wells (1-2, 3.75) taking on Tarik Skubal (2-2, 2.94). Pineda Exits After Being Hit By Liner, Tigers Blank O’s 3-0 – CBS Baltimore

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