Found June 11, 2012 on Detroit Sports 360:
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The Detroit Tigers faced-off against the Cincinnati Reds this past weekend. Tigers fans and Reds fans alike packed into the Great American Ballpark anticipating a great series of baseball. Reds Hit Porcello Early; Tigers battle, but lose in extras In Game 1 of the series, Rick Porcello battled Mat Latos. Porcello, who has problem with left-handed [...]
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