August 9, 2014 at 4:32 pm

Saturday's Tigers-Blue Jays live tweets: Joe Nathan implodes, Toronto wins in 10th

Jose Reyes leaps as the Blue Jays prevail in the 10th inning. (Tom Szczerbowski / Getty Images)

Tigers at Blue Jays

When: 1:07 p.m. Saturday

Where: Rogers Centre, Toronto

TV/radio: FSD/97.1

Follow the game with live tweets from our Tigers team:

Quick hits

Here’s what you need to know:

■Anibal Sanchez is headed back to Detroit for tests after being pulled from Friday night’s start with a side-muscle issue. There’s no word on how much time he will miss, though a disablied-list stint seems possible.

■The home runs by Nick Castellanos and Eugenio Suarez on Friday night marked just the second time this season in which a hitter tied the game with a homer in the ninth inning or later and the next batter homered to put his team ahead to stay, according to Elias Sports Bureau. Boston’s David Ortiz and Mike Napoli did it June 18.

■David Price makes his second start as a Tiger on Sunday in Toronto. His first start was a beauty, as the lefty went 8.2 innings in a victory over the Yankees on Tuesday.

News bulletin

Here are some Tigers stories to catch up on prior to first pitch:

■After a rough series in New York, the Tigers finally had reason to smile Friday night.

■Anibal Sanchez left Friday’s start with an injury; there’s no word how long he’ll be out.

Miguel Cabrera is struggling, but not enough for manager Brad Ausmus to be concerned.

■Former All-Star closer Jim Johnson’s debut with Toledo wasn’t exactly smooth sailing.

Tigers lineup

1. Rajai Davis (R), CF

2. Ian Kinsler (R), 2B

3. Miguel Cabrera (R), 1B

4. Victor Martinez (S), DH

5. Torii Hunter (R), RF

6. J.D. Martinez (R), LF

7. Nick Castellanos (R), 3B

8. Bryan Holaday (R), C

9. Eugenio Suarez (R),SS

SP. Max Scherzer, RH — 13-4, 3.24 ERA

Blue Jays lineup

1. Jose Reyes (S), SS

2. Melky Cabrera (S), LF

3. Jose Bautista (R), RF

4. Dioner Navarro (S), C

5. Colby Rasmus (L), DH

6. Juan Francisco (L), 1B

7. Munenori Kawasaki (L), 3B

8. Ryan Goins (L), 2B

9. Anthony Gose (L), CF

SP. Marcus Stroman, RH — 7-3, 3.49 ERA