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Detriot Tigers Gets Suspended By MLB

In a 4-1 win over the St. Louis Cardinals on Wednesday, Kenta Maeda got his first victory for Detroit by pitching for six innings and giving up just four hits. The Tigers have now won two of the three games in the series with this triumph.

In interleague play, the Tigers have a record of 31 wins, 16 defeats, and three RBIs thanks to Matt Vierling. The teams have also played in three World Series, with Detroit taking the title in 1968 and the Cardinals in 1934 and 2006.

Maeda (1-1) gave up a home run to Willson Contreras in the fourth inning, which landed in the shrubbery above the center-field fence. He struck out five batters and didn’t issue any walks.

After agreeing to a $24 million, two-year contract in the offseason, the right-handed pitcher, 36, had an ERA of 7.64 in his first four outings.

But in his previous two appearances, he has improved, allowing only one run in 11 innings, bringing his ERA down to 5.02. Maeda spent seven seasons as a player with the Minnesota Twins and Los Angeles Dodgers.

With four outs, Alex Lange earned his second save.

In six innings, first-time Detroit opponent Miles Mikolas (2-4) allowed three runs and six hits.

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