DETROIT The two most memorable moments in Detroit's 4-3 win over the Yankees were Miguel Cabrera's massive home runs to centerfield.
At the end of the day, though, Cabrera might not have even been the Tigers' biggest star.
It might have been Don Kelly, who reached well over the left-field fence to rob Mark Teixeira of a leadoff homer in the fourth inning. Or maybe it was Joaquin Benoit, who pitched hurt to get the Tigers out of a seventh-inning jam.
Or it might have been the most unlikely one of all Omir Santos. Santos, playing because Alex Avila and Gerald Laird were sidelined by hamstring injuries, committed two errors and allowed five stolen bases without throwing out a runner. Then, in the bottom of the ninth, he delivered a walk-off sacrifice fly to end one of the stranger games in Comerica Park history.
"I got a feeling that if I got an at-bat, I was going to be the hero," Santos said. "I don't why, but I had that feeling. I was just trying to forget all of the stuff tha...