Johnny Giavotella hit a tiebreaking, two-run single with the bases loaded in the eighth inning.
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Let’s take a look at the five faces of Major League Baseball when the post-Jeter era begins in November.
Reports indicate the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim will sign their phenom Mike Trout to a six-year, $145-million contract extension.
– The Detroit Tigers are doubling down on Triple Crown winner Miguel Cabrera. The team has agreed to pay Cabrera a baseball-record $292 million over the next 10 years, according to a person with knowledge of the deal.
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LeBron James padded his trophy collection, receiving three at the ESPY Awards, including male athlete of the year for helping the Miami Heat win a second straight NBA championship.
Mike Trout homered and drove in three runs, and Erick Aybar’s two-run shot gave Los Angeles the lead for good as the Angels beat Detroit 7-4 on Wednesday night for their eighth consecutive win over the Tigers.
Two of the elite talents in the American League, Miguel Cabrera and Mariano Rivera, have begun this year no differently than any other they have played.
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Simply put, Mike Trout was the best player in the game in 2012.
Detroit’s Miguel Cabrera won the American League’s Most Valuable Player award on Thursday after becoming baseball’s first Triple Crown winner in 45 years, and San Francisco’s Buster Posey was voted the National League honor.
It looks like the World Series will go the distance and seven games for the second straight year.
The Detroit Tigers and Los Angeles Angels each sat a star in the hopes of keeping them healthy for rest of the season.
Zack Greinke gave up one run and Howie Kendrick broke a scoreless tie with a two-run double in the sixth, lifting the Los Angeles Angels to a 2-1 win over the Detroit Tigers on Friday night.