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 Tigers vs Florida Southern Col. in an exhibition game in Lakeland, Feb. 25, 2011

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PostSubject: Tigers vs Florida Southern Col. in an exhibition game in Lakeland, Feb. 25, 2011   Sat Feb 26, 2011 2:50 am

Tigers 17, Florida Southern 5

Detroit Tigers take on Florida Southern College in an exhibition game at Joker Marchant Stadium in Lakeland, Fla. on Feb. 25, 2011. The Tigers won the game, 17-5.

Robin Buckson / The Detroit News


Michael Kaline, right, reminisces with his father, Tigers legend Al Kaline, outside the Tigers clubhouse before the game.


From left, Colin Kaline, grandson of Tigers legend Al Kaline, and Adam
Miller of Grosse Pointe, watch the Tigers batting practice before the
game.


From right, The Zazula sisters, Emily, 20, Natalie, 18, and Leslie, 11,
all of Plymouth, hold signs as the Tigers take batting practice before
the game.


Florida Southern's Colin Kalilne, grandson of Al Kaline, bats in the first inning.


Tigers pitcher Andrew Oliver works in the first inning.


Tigers' Magglio Ordonez singles in the first inning.


Tigers catcher Victor Martinez strikes out in the first inning.


Tigers' Jhonny Peralta ends up with a single on an error by Florida Southern in the first inning.


Tigers center fielder Austin Jackson doubles with an RBI in the second inning.


Florida Southern's Colin Kaline, grandson of Al Kaline, makes the throw
to first to get the out on Tigers' Will Rhymes in the second inning.


Tigers pitcher Jacob Turner follows through on a pitch in the third inning.


From left, Tigers hitting coach Lloyd McClendon, third base coach Gene
Lamont, manager Jim Leyland and first base coach Tom Brookens watch in
the third inning.


Tigers' Brennan Boesch takes off after hitting a three-run homer in the third inning.


Tigers' Brennan Boesch, right, is congratulated by Cale Iorg and Ryan
Raburn who scored on Boesch's home run in the third inning.


Tigers hitting coach Lloyd McClendon congratulates catcher Alex Avila
after he scores on a double by Ryan Raburn in the third inning. Avila
also had a double to get on base.


Tigers pitcher Jacob Turner works in the fourth inning.


Florida Southern catcher Austin Chubb makes a catch on a foul ball by
the screen off the bat of non-roster catcher John Murrian in the fourth
inning.


Tigers pitcher Ryan Perry works in the sixth inning.


Florida Southern third baseman Joel Frazer puts the tag on non-roster outfielder Ben Guez in the sixth inning.


Tigers pitcher Ryan Perry signs autographs for fans after he leaves the game.


Tigers pitcher Enrique Gonzalez pitches in the seventh inning.


Non-roster catcher Patrick Leyland is on deck for his Tiger debut at bat in the eighth inning.


Non-roster catcher Patrick Leyland grounds out in the eighth inning in his Tiger debut.


Florida Southern's Austin Chubb watches his double with three RBIs in the ninth inning to put his team on the scoreboard.


Non-roster outfielder Avisail Garcia can't quite get to this hit, a
double with three RBIs, by Florida Southern's Austin Chubb in the ninth
inning.


Tigers pitcher Lester Oliveros makes a bad throw to first base, allowing another run in the ninth inning.


Tigers pitcher Lester Oliveros reacts after making a bad throw to first base, allowing another run in the ninth inning.


Tigers pitching coach Rick Knapp, left, comes out to talk with pitcher
Lester Oliveros after he gave up five runs in the ninth inning.


“It takes pitching, hitting and defense. Any two can win. All three make you unbeatable.”    
–Joe Garagiola
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