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Kansas City at Detroit

Sep 21, 2014 at 2:10 PM ET
TEAMOVERALLHOMEAWAYRSRALAST 10STREAK
Kansas City83-71 (11th)41-39 (19th)42-32 (5th)613 (17th)602 (13th)4-6Lost 2
Detroit86-68 (6th)41-33 (9th)45-35 (6th)731 (2nd)669 (22nd)7-3Won 2

Who's Hot

Kansas City

Lorenzo Cain (CF/RF) .382 in last 34AB
James Shields (SP) 2-1, 1.75 in last 36IP
Nori Aoki (RF) .684 in last 19AB
Yordano Ventura (SP) 2-1, 1.80 in last 20IP
Alcides Escobar (SS) .500 in last 16AB
Salvador Perez (C) .500 in last 10AB
Eric Hosmer (1B) .375 in last 8AB

Detroit

J.D. Martinez (OF) .591 in last 22AB
Rick Porcello (SP) 0-1, 2.45 in last 14.2IP
Miguel Cabrera (1B) .458 in last 24AB
Torii Hunter (RF) .444 in last 18AB
Victor Martinez (DH/C) .429 in last 14AB

Who's Cold

Kansas City

Omar Infante (2B) .000 in last 9AB
Jason Vargas (SP) 0-2, 10.39 in last 8.2IP
Josh Willingham (DH/LF) .000 in last 8AB
Liam Hendriks (P) 0-1, 10.13 in last 5.1IP
Alex Gordon (LF) .000 in last 9AB
Jeremy Guthrie (SP) 1-1, 5.06 in last 10.2IP
Billy Butler (DH/1B) .125 in last 8AB
Mike Moustakas (3B) .200 in last 10AB

Detroit

Don Kelly (IF/OF) .000 in last 9AB
Rajai Davis (OF) .105 in last 19AB
Bryan Holaday (C) .125 in last 8AB
Nick Castellanos (3B) .222 in last 9AB
Andrew Romine (IF) .235 in last 17AB

Injuries

Kansas City

Christian Colon (IF) Right finger injury (15-day DL)
Danny Duffy (P) Rotator cuff (Day-to-day)
Luke Hochevar (P) Tommy John surgery (60-day DL)
Michael Mariot (P) Strained right hamstring (60-day DL)

Detroit

Alex Avila (C) Head injury (Day-to-day)
Andy Dirks (LF) Back injury (60-day DL)
Joel Hanrahan (P) Right elbow surgery (60-day DL)
Jose Iglesias (SS) Shin injury (60-day DL)
Luke Putkonen (P) Right elbow inflammation (60-day DL)
Bruce Rondon (P) Right elbow injury (60-day DL)
Anibal Sanchez (SP) Pectoral muscle injury (15-day DL)
Drew VerHagen (P) Stress reaction in spine (60-day DL)

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