Your Five Things For September 24th: Tigers Win Walkoff
1. Tigers Win Late Over White Sox
In game two of the three game series against the Chicago White Sox, the Detroit Tigers used a late run to to win 4-3. David Price pitched 8 strong innings before losing control of the game. He ended up pitching 8 2/3 innings giving up 3 runs, all in the 9th inning, on 8 hits and 8 strikeouts. Nathan finished the game pitching 1/3 of an inning walking one batter to get the win. Miguel Cabrera got the walk off single which scored Ian Kinsler. Cabrera went 2-5 during the game. The final game of the series is this afternoon as Chris Sale will pitch against Justin Verlander.
2. Kansas City Tops Cleveland Stays Right Behind Detroit
Kansas City's bats got hot as they played the Cleveland Indians and won 7-1. Danny Salazar pitched 4 2/3 innings giving up 5 runs on 8 hits. The Royals got 13 hits throughout the game which gave more than enough support to Yordano Ventura who pitched 7 innings giving up 4 hits. With the win, the Royals stay 1 game behind Detroit for the AL Central. Cleveland will end their series against Cleveland tonight in Cleveland.
3. Jonathan Dwyer's Wife Believed He Was Cheating On Her
Police in Arizona believe that Jonathan Dwyer broke his wife's nose in a head-butt during an argument. The argument allegedly started because of the contact Dwyer had with another woman. This details came about when the search-warrant records became public. Read more about the Dwyer arrest here.
4. Red Wings Play In Second Exhibition Game
The Red Wings are getting back into action after winning the first game against the Pittsburgh Penguins. Now, they traveled to Chicago to play the Blackhawks for Chicago's exhibition opener. The Red Wings got in front thanks to Luke Glendening's first period goal. but Patrick Kane tied the game in the second period and then Jonathan Toews won the game in the overtime period. Jonas Gustavsson and Petr Mrazk both played in net for the Red Wings. The Red Wings open the regular season on October 9th at home against Boston.
5. Paul Oliver's Family Goes After NFL
Family of former defensive back, Paul Oliver, sued the NFL, Charger, Saints and some helmet manufactures in regards to his death. Paul took his life in front of his wife a year ago after he suffered sports related concussions. The family is suing for wrongful death, fraud and negligence.