Detroit Tigers find some power in 3-0 win over Baltimore Orioles

Detroit Tigers catcher Eric Haase ran around the bases in the fifth inning. He pointed to the sky before touching second base and, on his way to third base, was finally able to use the bow and arrow celebration.

It had been a long time.

Haase hadn’t homered since Opening Day.

His second home run of the season helped the Tigers win 3-0 on Saturday in the second of three games against the Baltimore Orioles at Comerica Park, though the bullpen shone brighter afterward. starting pitcher Michael Pineda came out in the second inning.

The Tigers' Eric Haase, right, celebrates with Spencer Torkelson after hitting a solo home run off the Orioles' Bruce Zimmermann during the fifth inning in Detroit on Saturday, May 14, 2022.

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Detroit improved to 11-23 with consecutive wins.

In the second inning, Willi Castro scored off Jonathan Schoop with a sacrifice fly to put the Tigers ahead 1-0. Schoop led off with a double, then advanced to third on a fielding error by Orioles left fielder Ryan McKenna.

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