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1950 Detroit Tigers Season - Regular Season - Season Chronology
... April 17 The Tigers beat the Indians, 7-6, on Opening Day in Cleveland ... April 22 The Tigers beat the White Sox, 5-0, behind the shut out pitching of Art Houtteman, to start the season 4-0 ... May 11 The Tigers sweep the Red Sox in a double header at Fenway Park (13-4 and 5-3) ...
1909 Detroit Tigers Season - Regular Season - Season Highlights
... April 14 George Mullin pitched a 1-hit, shutout as the Tigers beat the White Sox, 1-0, on Opening Day at Bennett Park ... April 18 The Tigers announced plans to build a new concrete and steel stadium ... May 2 The Tigers beat the White Sox, 6-5 ...
1915 Detroit Tigers Season - Regular Season - Season Highlights
... April 14 The Tigers lost their season opener at Navin Field to the Cleveland Indians, 5-1 ... April 28 The Tigers beat the St ... April 30 The Tigers won their 12th game and were in first place with a record of 12-5 ...
1976 Detroit Tigers Season - Regular Season - Season Chronology
... April 20 Milt May‚ acquired by the Tigers in December‚ broke his ankle crashing into the wall behind home plate while chasing a foul ball ... the Red Sox to six hits and two runs, but the Tigers were shut out, 2-0, by Luis Tiant ... Fidrych gave up a run in the top of the 11th inning, but the Tigers rallied in the bottom of the 11th on singles by Chuck Scrivener, Jerry Manuel, and Tom Veryzer ...
1968 Detroit Tigers Season - Regular Season - Chronology
... April 10 The Tigers lost to the Red Sox on Opening Day in Detroit ... April 11 The Tigers got their first win, 4-3, over the Red Sox, as Dick McAuliffe, Bill Freehan and Gates Brown hit home runs ... After losing on Opening Day, the Tigers had won 9 straight games ...

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    A woman drew her long black hair out tight
    And fiddled whisper music on those strings
    And bats with baby faces in the violet light
    Whistled, and beat their wings
    And crawled head downward down a blackened wall....
    —T.S. (Thomas Stearns)

    The ocean is a wilderness reaching round the globe, wilder than a Bengal jungle, and fuller of monsters, washing the very wharves of our cities and the gardens of our sea-side residences. Serpents, bears, hyenas, tigers rapidly vanish as civilization advances, but the most populous and civilized city cannot scare a shark far from its wharves.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)