The number of Tigers’ starters without a hit. J.D. Martinez and Alex Avila were the only starters without base knocks, though Avila drew two walks.
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The number of Tigers’ starters who registered multi-hit games. Miguel Cabrera, Victor Martinez, Yoenis Cespedes and Jose Iglesias all collected three hits while Ian Kinsler, Anthony Gose and Nick Castellanos had two hits apiece. Detroit had 18 hits against the Indians and drew three walks. Gose has now put up multi-hit games in all three of his appearances for the Tigers this season. Its early days, but the trade to bring in Gose seems to be paying off for Brad Ausmus and company.
The number of innings pitched by Cleveland starter Zach McAllister. The starter allowed 13 hits and made way for a whopping six Tribe relief pitchers. This bodes well for the Tigers considering Cleveland’s bullpen will be slightly more taxed for the rest of the series.
The number of pitches thrown by McAllister. The Tigers taxed him and his pitching teammates, seeing 178 pitches throughout the course of the game.
The number of outs recorded by Joakim Soria, who is filling in for Joe Nathan as closer. The former Royal got his only out via the strikeout and converted his first save of the season.