The number of pitches seen by the Tigers, significantly more than the 124 seen by Anaheim. Despite this and going through five Angels pitchers, Detroit wasn’t able to scratch out more than two hits.
The number of runs and walks allowed by Tigers starter David Price, who took the loss. Price ERA on the season sits at 3.15 after an outing Sunday that included 7.2 innings pitched, eight hits allowed, four runs allowed (all earned), four walks and six strikeouts.
The number of walks drawn by the Tigers. There walk total was actually superior to their hit total (five), but despite the 11 baserunners, the Tigers were unable to score more than two runs.
Joba Chamberlain’s ERA after a short appearance in relief of Price. He recorded one out while allowing one hit on three pitches.
The number of Tigers with more than one hit. Though Ian Kinsler, Miguel Cabrera, J.D. Martinez and Jose Iglesias all had a hit and a walk, no Tiger had multiple hits.