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Tonight was the start of the American League Championship Series. The New York Yankees were taking on the Detroit Tigers for Game 1 of a possible seven game series.
Doug Fister started for the Tigers, he went 6.1 innings and gave up six hits. Andy Pettitte was the starter for the Yankees, he went 6.2 innings giving up seven hits and two earned runs.
Prince Fielder had an RBI single after Miguel Cabrera was intentionally walked, Delmon Young singled and Detroit Tigers took a 2-0 lead. Young would hit a home run in the eighth inning and Avisall Garcia would single in another run to up the lead to 4-0.
The Yankees trailed 4-0 entering the ninth when Ichiro Suzuki hit a two-run home run. Following a walk to Mark Teixeira the Yankees prepared to try and tie the game. Raul Ibanez would continue his post season mastery hitting yet another home run, this time off of closer Jose Valverde over the right field wall.
Octavio Dotel would record the final out in the bottom of the ninth before the game went to extra innings.
The Tigers made their come back in the 12th inning when Cabrera was able to get on base. Young then doubled on a line drive to center field allowing Cabrera to score.
During this inning is when Derek Jeter injured himself on the field. He appeared to re-injure his ankle. He was helped off the field being able to put no weight on the foot. After the game, manager Joe Girardi said Jeter fractured his ankle and is done for the season.
Tigers right-fielder Andy Dirks then singled on a sharp ground ball that allowed previous hitter Don Kelly to up the score 6-4.
Drew Smyly pitched the last two innings of the game was able to close out the game in the bottom of the 12th. Tigers won with a score of 6-4 and take game 1 of the series.
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Derek Jeter is out for the postseason after fracturing his ankle while fielding a ground ball at short during the top of the 12th inning of ALCS Game 1 between the Yankees and Tigers on Saturday.The Yankees shortstop was trying to field a grounder from Tigers shortstop Jhonny Peralta when he went down to the ground in obvious pain. He tried passing the ball to Robinson Cano to make...
Derek Jeter is done for the rest of the postseason. While moving to his left on a ball hit by Jhonny Peralta, Jeter landed awkwardly and went down. He went down and didn't get up. The New York Yankees' shortstop had been nursing an injury in the same ankle for the past several weeks and it may have led to the fracture last night.
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Derek Jeter was unable to put weight on his left leg and was helped off the field in the 12th inning of the American League championship series opener.
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A thrilling first game of the American League Championship Series
took a horrific turn in the 12th inning, when iconic Yankees
shortstop Derek Jeter departed with a fractured left ankle.
Last night, there wasn't much joy for New York Yankees fans as the Bronx Bombers dropped game one of the American League Championship series to the Detroit Tigers in extra innings.
Things went from bad to worst when the news that Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter would miss the rest of the ALCS with a fractured ankle.
Derek injured his right ankle in the top of the twelve inning...
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Just when the celebration seemed to be ending, Justin Verlander ran through the door and screamed ''Whoo!''
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Ichiro Suzuki LF
Robinson Cano 2B
Mark Teixeira 1B
Raul Ibanez DH
Russell Martin C
Alex Rodriguez 3B
Curtis Granderson CF
Nick Swisher RF
Jayson Nix SS
Pitching: Hiroki Kuroda RHP
Austin Jackson CF
Quintin Berry LF
Miguel Cabrera 3B
Prince Fielder 1B
Delmon Young DH
Andy Dirks RF
Jhonny Peralta SS
Alex Avila C