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DETROIT -- Even the loss of their scheduled starter couldnt derail the Los Angeles Angels against the Detroit Tigers. Discount Saucony Shoes Shop . Mike Trout homered and drove in three runs, and Erick Aybars two-run shot gave Los Angeles the lead for good as the Angels beat Detroit 7-4 on Wednesday night for their eighth consecutive win over the Tigers. The Angels have outscored the Tigers 55-21 during the streak. "If we knew what we were doing differently (against Detroit), wed probably try to do it against everybody else," catcher Mark Iannetta said. The Angels (35-43) and desperately trying to remain within hailing distance of Texas and Oakland in the A.L. West. Miguel Cabrera and former Angels outfielder Torii Hunter homered for Detroit. Tigers manager Jim Leyland doesnt think the streak has anything to do with how the teams match up. "I dont really believe in that," he said. "Its another team thats a good team, and theyve been swinging the bats very well lately. Theyre like everybody else. When they pitch good, they win games." Emergency Angels starter Billy Buckner gave up three runs and three hits in three- plus innings. He replaced Tommy Hanson, who was scratched after feeling tightness in his right forearm while warming up in the bullpen before the game. "Hes going to be evaluated and have some tests done (Thursday) and well see whats going on," Angels manager Mike Scioscia said of Hanson. Buckner was pulled in favour of Dane De La Rosa after walking Jhonny Peralta and allowing Andy Dirks infield single to lead off the fourth. De La Rosa (2-1) got two quick outs before walking Austin Jackson to load the bases. But he fanned Hunter to end the inning with Detroit ahead 3-2. De La Rosa allowed a hit in two innings. "Torii is especially tough with runners in scoring position. Hes tough," Scioscia said. "Thats a big out right there." Scott Downs and Michael Kohn combined for two scoreless innings, and Kevin Jepsen gave up an unearned run on catcher Iannettas passed ball in the eighth. Ernesto Frieri pitched a scoreless ninth for his 18th save in 20 chances. "For our bullpen to respond the way they did . Buckner did what he could," Scioscia said. "The bullpen came in and gave us six strong innings." Detroit starter Jose Alvarez (1-1) allowed four runs and seven hits in 5 2-3 innings. He left the game after giving up Aybars two-run homer with two outs in the sixth that put Los Angeles ahead 4-3. Just after pitching coach Jeff Jones went to the mound, Aybar lofted Alvarezs first pitch just over the fence in left for his third homer, scoring Iannetta, who had singled with two out. The Tigers were trying to get one last out from Alvarez, who was made his third major league start, because of their struggling bullpen. "If he just kept him in the ballpark, gets a base hit, we had (Drew) Smyly set for (Brendan) Harris as we did anyway. We asked a lot of him," Leyland said. "He got the first two quick outs and then of course base hit and the home run. He did a terrific job. It wasnt his fault. He was a little spent, theres no question about that." Los Angeles added three in the seventh against Smyly on Trouts RBI double, Josh Hamiltons groundout and Alberto Callaspos run-scoring single. The Tigers took a 2-0 lead in the first on back-to-back homers by Hunter and Cabrera. Hunter, who played for the Angels the previous five seasons before signing a two-year contract with Detroit, drove Buckners 3-2 pitch into the left-centre field stands for his fourth home run. Cabrera then lined a 2-0 pitch over the fence in left for his 22nd home run and second in two days. He extended his hitting streak to 11 games. Victor Martinez doubled with two outs but was stranded when Peralta sent Trout to the warning track in left-centre to haul in his drive. Trout tied it with a two-run homer in the third. After J.B. Shuck led off with a double, Trout sent Alvarezs 2-1 pitch over the fence in left for his 13th homer. Prince Fielders run-scoring single gave Detroit a 3-2 lead in the third. His liner to right brought home Hunter, who led off with a double. NOTES: Shuck, the Angels left fielder, ran into shortstop Aybar, and both players fell as Aybar caught Dirks pop up in short left for the first out of the second. Aybar held onto the ball but lost one of his shoes. Neither player was injured. ... Leyland said RHP Anibal Sanchez, who is on the DL with a right shoulder strain, is "coming along fine," but couldnt say when Sanchez will start again. Alvarez started in Sanchezs slot. ... Los Angeles 2B Howie Kendrick didnt play because he fouled a ball off his foot on Tuesday. ... Scioscia said he hoped CF Peter Bourjos will return to the lineup on Thursday. Bourjos has missed two games after leaving Sundays game because of a jammed left thumb. ... Thursdays scheduled starters are Jered Weaver (1-4, 4.65 ERA) for the Angels against Doug Fister (6-5, 3.66). ... Cabrera made his third error in two games at third base. His line drive in the seventh went off the buttock of Angels pitcher Michael Kohn. "It hit me on the meaty part," said Kohn, who picked up the ball and threw Cabrera out at first. "Im glad it hit me there." Cheap Saucony Sneakers .com) - The red-hot Los Angeles Kings will try to extend their winning streak to a season-high seven games when they visit the Edmonton Oilers for Sundays clash at Rexall Place. Saucony Shoes Outlet Online . The formidable trio of Canadian receivers -- individually known as Chris Getzlaf, Rob Bagg and Andy Fantuz -- will share the field at Mosaic Stadium one more time on Sunday. . Anthony Calvillo, through 20 CFL seasons, was frequently invincible and largely stoic in the heat of competition. But underneath the professional exterior he was, and is, compellingly human. WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Alabama womens basketball lost its first game of the season, falling 70-59, to Georgetown in McDonough Arena on Sunday afternoon. With the loss, the Crimson Tide stands at 7-1, while the win brings the Hoyas to 8-2 overall.Its all about coming on the road and having toughness, said Alabama head coach Kristy Curry. You need to make plays on both ends of the floor and do that with consistency, and we didnt do that today.Junior Hannah Cook led four in double figures for Alabama with 11, while junior Ashley Williams, sophomore Shaquera Wade and freshman Jordan Lewis chipped in 10 apiece. Both Lewis, fellow freshman Ashley Knight and junior Meoshonti Knight finished with a team-high seven rebounds, while Lewis dished out a season-high six assists. Georgetown was led in scoring by junior Dorothy Adomako, who had 20 points, while senior Faith Woodard recorded a double-double of 14 points and 10 rebounds.Alabama opened the game with an 8-0 run over the first 90 seconds, large in part to Cook, who knocked down back-to-back threes. From there, Georgetown scored 16 unanswered points to pull ahead by eight with 2:22 remaining in the quarter and would lead by the same margin at the end of the period, 18-10.The Hoyas lead reached double digits at the 8:10 mark of the second following a layup by sophomore Dionna White. Georgetown would go on to lead by as many as 13 in the frame before the Tide cut it to nine, thanks to nine points and six rebound from Ashleyy Knight. Saucony Shoes Clearance. Alabama would trail by 11, 34-23, at the half.The Tide scored nine of the first 15 points of the third to cut the Hoyas lead to eight, 40-32, with 5:13 to go in the quarter. Georgetown responded with a 9-2 run over the next two minutes to give the home team a 15-point advantage, its largest of the game. Alabama chipped it down to seven with 24 seconds to go before Adomako scored the final basket to give the Hoyas a 53-44 lead heading into the final period.The Tide would come no closer than seven points in the fourth as Georgetown would outscore Alabama, 17-15 over the last 10 minutes of play.For the game, the Tide shot 30.2 percent (19-63), while the Hoyas were 50.8 percent (30-59) from the floor. Alabama outrebounded Georgetown, 47-33, and took 28 free throws compared to the Hoyas nine attempts from the line.At the end of the day we just have to finish plays, added Curry. They made shot after shot, and we didnt. We outrebounded them, 22-6, on the offensive boards. Those are energy statistics. We have to be able to make the shots on the road though, and today, we didnt.Next up, Alabama returns to Tuscaloosa for a pair of home matchups against Georgia State and Georgia Tech. Thursdays game against the Panthers will tip at 11:30 a.m. CT, while Saturdays game versus the Yellow Jackets is slated for a 2 p.m. CT start. ' ' ' 
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