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Offense sputters again as Tigers drop makeup game to Twins

Detroit — Aggressive, pressure-applying baseball can be a double-edged sword, especially if your team is struggling to string hits and score runs.

The Tigers, averaging just over two runs a game over the last nine, were beaten by the Minnesota Twins 3-2 Monday afternoon at Comerica Park, in the makeup of the rained-out game from back on May 9.

Harold Castro, trying valiantly to get into scoring position in the bottom of the seventh inning, got thrown out at third base with one out. He was trying to advance from first on an infield single by Victor Reyes.