The Detroit Tigers gained strength in a 3-0 win over the Baltimore Orioles

Detroit Tigers captain Eric Haase ran around the steps in the winter inning. He pointed to the sky before touching the second base, and, on his way to the third place, he used the bow-and-arrow festival.

There was a long time.

Haase had not come since the Opening Day.

“I know I hit well, but I was surprised it just came out a few inches,” Haase said. “Baseballs didn’t fly like years ago.”

His second 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, although the bullpen shone brightly as soon as the pitcher Michael Pineda came out in the second inning.

“Great bullpen perseverance,” said manager AJ Hinch. “We want a lot of guys to be good enough to get past the game after losing a start like that. Every guy got to the line……

Tigers 'Eric Haase, on the right, celebrates with Spencer Torkelson after hitting Orioles' Bruce Zimmermann in the fifth innings in Detroit, Saturday, May 14, 2022.

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Detroit climbed to 11-23 and won in a row.

In the second half, Willi Castro scored Jonathan Schoop with a dedicated fly to put the Tigers ahead 1-0. Schoop took the lead twice, then climbed third in a foul play with Orioles left-back Ryan McKenna.

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