Health issues can’t dampen Detroit Tigers’ victory over Cleveland Guardians

Via Peters

Detroit — Manager AJ Hinch didn’t want to talk about it, not that anyone could blame him. 

“We won a series, that’s really what matters,” he said after the Tigers took the finale from the Guardians 2-1 Sunday at Comerica Park.

No question. But yet, the Tigers had to pull another starting pitcher for health reasons and may have lost outfielder Robbie Grossman for a couple of days.

“We definitely feel like we’re taking it on the chin but we won a series against a division team,” Hinch said. “We had a couple of really good swings, we got really good pitching — another day another injury, but we won a series and that’s what we wanted to do.”

BOX SCORE: Tigers 2, Guardians 1

Rookie Elvin Rodriguez had cruised through four innings Sunday allowing two singles in his second big-league start and had a 1-0 lead when he went back out for the fifth.

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