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  1. Detroit Tigers starting pitcher Rick Porcello, right, shakes hands with catcher Alex Avila after throwing a complete game, three-hit, shutout over the Tampa Bay Rays Wednesday. The Tigers won 6-0. (Chris O'Meara/Associated Press)

    Tigers 6, Rays 0

    Rick Porcello's 3-hit shutout gem highlights Tigers' second straight win over Rays

    It seemed Wednesday night at Tropicana Field as if he was blending a bit of both crafts as he wove nine innings of brilliantly threaded pitches that became a shutout and a 6-0 victory for the Tigers over the Rays.

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  • 1 Detroit at Tampa Bay,FSD/97.1
  • 1 Houston at N.Y. Yankees,MLB
  • 3 Little League World Series, Mexico vs. Japan, ESPN
  • 7 L.A. Angels at Boston, MLB
  • 7:30 Little League World Series, Chicago vs. TBA,ESPN


  • 3:30 USA Pro Challenge,NBCSN


  • 9a Europe, Czech Masters,TGC
  • 2 PGA, The Barclays, TGC
  • 6:30 Tour, Portland Open, TGC


  • 7:30 Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, NFL


  • 1 Connecticut Open, ESPN2
  • 3 Winston-Salem Open, ESPN2


  • 7 Washington at Indiana, ESPN2
  • 9 San Antonio at Minnesota, ESPN2


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