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With new boss on board, Detroit Tigers get the job done in Baltimore again


Baltimore — Tigers manager AJ Hinch called his new boss Monday night.

“I told him, ‘Your first night on the job and you already fixed us,’” Hinch said, joking about the 11-0 win over the Orioles on Monday. “Already off to a good start.”

The coaching staff and players watched the live stream of new president of baseball operations Scott Harris’ press conference in the clubhouse before the game Tuesday.

“It’s an important day,” Hinch said. “You got a very good sense that he has extremely high standards and he’s going to have high expectations of the people that work in this organization.

“And that should be enough for me and anybody else to be the best version of ourselves.”  

Day 2 of the new Harris administration went well. He won the press conference and the Tigers beat the Baltimore Orioles for the second straight night, this time 3-2 at Oriole Park. 

BOX SCORE: Tigers 3, Orioles 2

After lefty Andrew Chafin got four outs, including a clutch strikeout of Adley Rutschman with two on to end the seventh, closer Gregory Soto locked it down for his 26th save. 



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