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Tigers drop second straight to Tampa Bay, fall 7-2 Saturday afternoon

Detroit, MI (WTVB) - Kevin Kiermaier hit two triples and drove in  three runs to lead the Tampa Bay Rays in a 7-2 victory over the Detroit Tigers on Saturday. Logan Forsythe hit a solo home run and drove in a pair, while Desmond Jennings and  Brandon Guyer  each had an RBI for  the Rays, who have taken the past two games after dropping the opener of this four-game set. Chris Archer (5-5) pitched into the ninth, but was pulled with one out. He was charged with two runs on six hits with four walks and four strikeouts. J.D.  Martinez and  Alex Avila hit solo  home runs for the Tigers, who had won four  straight  prior to dropping  the last  two. Anibal Sanchez (5-3) allowed seven runs on six hits with four walks in 5 2/3 innings. The game stayed scoreless until the fifth inning when Forsythe homered to left with  one out in  the frame. Ryan Hanigan walked and Kiermaier followed with a triple. Jennings singled home Kiermaier for a 3-0 lead. In the sixth, the Rays padded their lead with four more runs. Guyer sacrificed home  a  run with  a fly ball,  Forsythe brought home  another with a suicide- squeeze,  and  Kiermaier later  hit his  second triple  of the  game for a 7-0 advantage. Avila's  homer  in the  seventh inning, a  blast to right,  got Detroit on the board. Martinez homered off the left field foul pole to start the ninth. Torii Hunter then singled and Avila walked following a strikeout by Nick Castellanos. Grant  Balfour took  over on the mound  and struck out Andrew Romine and Rajai Davis to end the game. 

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