• White Sox
    CHW
  • Tigers
    DET

White Sox
White Sox

HittersH-ABABRHRBIBBK#PAVGOBPSLG
2-551200123.264.321.407
0-550000117.282.311.374
1-221111016.255.311.394
1-331100011.247.318.357
0-00001001.314.324.371
0-33000019.218.319.433
1-11110002.246.274.307
2-441230014.280.312.415
0-440000216.241.316.380
2-330201012.268.324.365
0-33000019.227.237.330
0-11000001.200.200.200
PitchersIPHRERBBKHRPC-STERAPC
D. Axelrod2.2107723075-415.7275
R. Troncoso2.022012044-264.8244
D. Purcey1.263301142-272.1342
D. Webb1.200002022-164.1522

Tigers
Tigers

HittersH-ABABRHRBIBBK#PAVGOBPSLG
2-662200136.274.342.416
4-552431128.299.332.461
1-550110019.346.442.647
0-00000000.235.322.363
2-441221115.284.367.465
0-00000000.260.367.442
2-332221014.302.356.426
0-11000006.231.231.231
3-442320013.261.326.366
2-550210110.316.342.450
0-00000000.197.219.230
1-551110426.222.311.376
1-552100016.225.300.297
PitchersIPHRERBBKHRPC-STERAPC
M. Scherzer6.063313190-633.0090
A. Alburquerque1.000011014-85.0814
J. Alvarez1.032201014-105.6614
L. Putkonen1.000001013-82.7013

Game Stats

  • Walks Issued

    • CHW3
    • 2DET
  • Stolen Bases

    • CHW0
    • 0DET
  • Strikeouts Thrown

    • CHW8
    • 6DET
  • Total Bases

    • CHW19
    • 26DET

Game Information

Comerica Park
  • Detroit, Michigan 48201
Attendance: 39,643
96%
Capacity: 41,255
Umpires: Home Plate Umpire - Tim Timmons, First Base Umpire - Mike Winters, Second Base Umpire - Laz Diaz, Third Base Umpire - Mark Wegner
9/21/2013 Associated Press

Scherzer wins 20th as Tigers rout White Sox

Max Scherzer became baseball's first 20-game winner Friday night, pitching through bad weather for six innings to help the Detroit Tigers to a 12-5 victory over the Chicago White Sox.

WINMax ScherzerM. Scherzer(20-3)6.0 IP, 3 ER, 3 K, 1 BB
LOSSDylan AxelrodD. Axelrod(4-10)2.2 IP, 7 ER, 3 K, 2 BB

Scoring Summary

InningCHWDET
1stC Gillaspie hit sacrifice fly to center, A De Aza scored.10
1stA Dirks singled to center, A Jackson and T Hunter scored, V Martinez to second.12
2ndT Hunter doubled to left, A Jackson scored.13
3rdA Avila singled to left, V Martinez scored, A Dirks to second.14
3rdT Hunter singled to right, A Dirks and A Avila scored, R Santiago to third.16
3rdM Cabrera singled to left, R Santiago scored, T Hunter to second.17
4thA Garcia homered to left (417 feet), P Konerko scored.37
5thP Fielder singled to center, R Santiago and T Hunter scored.39
5thV Martinez homered to left (404 feet), P Fielder scored.311
5thO Infante tripled to deep center, A Dirks scored.312
8thM Semien hit sacrifice fly to left, C Gillaspie scored.412
8thA Garcia tripled to deep center, J Keppinger scored.512

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