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  1. Tigers pitcher Joakim Soria (38) is on the mound as White Sox slugger Jose Abreu rounds the bases with a two-run home run in the top of the seventh inning Tuesday at Comerica Park in Detroit. (Elizabeth Conley / Detroit News)

    White Sox 11, Tigers 4

    Newcomer Joakim Soria struggles as White Sox rout Tigers

    It was definitely something to cringe about in the Tigers' 11-4 loss on Tuesday night to the Chicago White Sox. The line on Soria: One-third of an inning, six hits, four runs, four earned runs, two home runs

  1. Red Sox, Rockies shaping up as go-to teams as Tigers search for pitching

    Red Sox reliever Andrew Miller is a former Tigers pitcher who could return to Detroit in a trade. (Andy King / Getty Images)The Tigers continue to furiously race against the clock, in search of another arm or two ahead of baseball's 4 p.m. Thursday trade deadline. And, interestingly, they are open to both starting and relief pitching.

  1. NCAA settles head injury suit, will change rules

    The NCAA agreed Tuesday to settle a class-action head-injury lawsuit by creating a $70 million fund to diagnose thousands of current and former college athletes to determine if they suffered brain trauma playing football, hockey, soccer and other contact sports.

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BASEBALL

  • ■12:30 Washington at Miami, MLB
  • ■3:30 Pittsburgh at San Francisco, MLB
  • ■6:30 Big League World Series, Puerto Rico vs. Clearwater, Fla., ESPN2
  • ■7 L.A. Angels at Baltimore, ESPN
  • ■7 Chicago White Sox at Detroit, FSD/97.1

SOCCER

  • ■7 International Ch. Cup, Manchester City vs. Liverpool, FS1
  • ■9 MLS, New York at Real Salt Lake, ESPN2
  • Subject to change

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