Found September 30, 2012 on The Majors Detroit:
To give the Tigers the lead in the 8th inning Prince Fielder hit a two-run home run to the opposite side of the field that just barely made it over the left field wall. However it was good enough to seal the deal for the Tigers as they eventually went on to take 2 of three from the Twins and a three game lead in the division. Needless to say Prince Fielder was really excited when he hit the home run and just about mauled everyone in the dugout when he made his way back. We might see Ramon Santiago on the bottom of his shoe if he (Fielder) ever hits a walk off home run in the playoffs. Gotta love September baseball. h/t: MLB.com Follow Adam on Twitter @adamhernandezx    
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  • Tigers need to keep playing good ball. They need to voucs on the field. Pitching needs to be good. I recall a few years ago they had three game lead on the twins and their last three games where in KC. They were swipt my KC and a one game playoff with the twins. That was Rick P frist year and pitched that game. Tigers lost and missed the play offs.
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