Two Former Missouri Tiger Pitchers Made Big League Starts Today
Max Scherzer for the Detroit Tigers was off to a 6-1 start this season with a 1.83 e.R.A.
Wednesday's game went into extra innings. In the top of the 13th, Alex Avila put the Tigers up with a solo homer to make it 10-9 Detroit.
After the Indians tied it up, Tiger's pitcher Al Albuquerque hesitated with the pitch, causiing the umpire to call a bases-loaded walk.
Cleveland swept Detroit, winning 11-10 in 13 innings. Scherzer went 7 innings, giving up 7 runs.
Nick Tepesch pitched for Texas Wednesday against Seattle.
Rangers gave him an early lead when Elvis Andrus homered to left off Chris Young.
By the fourth inning, Tepesch had a 3-1 lead until Robinson Cano hit a 2-run homerun to center to tie it up.
Tepesch wen 6 and 1/3 innings, giving up 3 runs and striking out 4.
With the game tied in the 5th inning, Shin-Soo Choo put the Rangers back in front with a solo homer.
Rangers win it 4-3, giving Nick Tepesch his first major league win of the season.