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DETROIT -- Ian Kinslers first few weeks with Detroit have been just what the Tigers were hoping for. Kinsler homered and drove in four runs, and the Tigers held on for a 7-5 victory over the Cleveland Indians on Thursday. Kinsler has settled into Detroits leadoff spot nicely after the Tigers traded Prince Fielder for him in the off-season. He hit his second homer of the season -- a three-run shot in the fifth inning -- and raised his average to .327. "Im playing ball, man -- I love to play baseball," Kinsler said. "Im enjoying myself. I would like to win some more games, but right now were playing OK, and just waiting to erupt a little bit and run off a bunch of wins in a row." Justin Verlander (2-1) allowed three unearned runs in five innings, and the Tigers trailed 3-1 before Kinslers homer off Danny Salazar (0-2). Detroit never gave up the lead after scoring four runs in the fifth, although Clevelands Michael Brantley hit a two-run homer in the seventh to make it 6-5. Joe Nathan pitched a perfect ninth for his second save in four chances. The Tigers used five relievers, trying to make it through the late innings with a bullpen thats been shaky so far. "I think as we go along here, well start to learn when guys are going to go in the game and when their role is going to be called upon," Nathan said. "Thatll help with preparation and getting yourself mentally ready to go in." There were four unearned runs in a sloppy game that included five errors, three by the Tigers. Lonnie Chisenhall had four hits for the Indians, raising his average to .522. Clevelands Jason Kipnis was ejected after striking out in the third inning. Kipnis struck out swinging with the bases loaded for the third out, then appeared to say something to plate umpire Lance Barrett, who immediately threw him out of the game. "He was upset about the first pitch, and I agreed with him," Indians manager Terry Francona said. Cleveland opened the scoring in the fourth when Asdrubal Cabrera reached on a bunt single and went to second on a throwing error by Verlander. David Murphy drove him in with a single. Austin Jacksons sacrifice fly in the bottom half tied it, but Verlander allowed two more runs in the fifth. An error by third baseman Nick Castellanos kept the inning going, and Brantleys bases-loaded single brought home two runs to make it 3-1. Verlander allowed six hits and four walks. He struck out seven. Salazar didnt fare any better. His outing ended in the fifth when the Tigers took the lead. Kinsler hit a 3-1 pitch over the fence in left-centre field, and Detroit added another run that inning on a bases-loaded sacrifice fly by Jackson. "I walked the first guy and then I started thinking about everything. I was trying to figure out if my arm was in the right slot, or if I had changed my delivery somehow, and then I was just lost," Salazar said. "I was overthinking everything, and trying to make a perfect pitch. As soon as I started doing that, the ball was all over the place." Reliever C.C. Lee added to Clevelands problems in the sixth when his errant pickoff throw allowed Detroits Rajai Davis to go from first to third. Davis scored on a single by Kinsler. Brantleys homer in the seventh brought the Indians within one, and Cabrera nearly tied it when his drive down the line in left sailed just foul. But the Tigers added a run in the eighth. Castellanos singled, and pinch-runner Andrew Romine stole second, advancing to third on a throwing error by catcher Yan Gomes. He scored when Davis beat out a two-out chopper for an infield single. Salazar allowed five runs, six hits and three walks in 4 2-3 innings. He walked three and struck out three. NOTES: Detroits Joba Chamberlain pitched 1 1-3 scoreless innings in relief, striking out two. ... 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Victor Martinez and Austin Jackson both contributed two hits, an RBI and a run scored as Detroit maintained its healthy lead atop the AL Central. Cornellius Carradine Jersey . On paper, it looks a little like Andre the Giant taking on a midget wrestler. It has all the makings of a rout with the Americans adding an eighth win in nine outings of this biennial event. The Yanks have eight players in the top 15 in the world while the Internationals have just one. Joe Williams Jersey . Johan Franzen had two goals and two assists, Gustav Nyquist a goal and three assists and David Legwand a goal and two assists in the Red Wings 7-4 win over the New Jersey Devils.FALL RIVER, Mass. - With his old team about to play in the Super Bowl, former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez went on trial on murder charges Thursday, watching from the defence table as prosecutors showed the jury security-camera footage from his own home to tie him to the crime.Hernandezs lawyer countered by arguing that police and prosecutors locked in on the NFL player as a suspect from the very beginning, ignored evidence and conducted a sloppy and unprofessional investigation.Hernandez, 25, is charged in the 2013 shooting death of Odin Lloyd, a 27-year-old semiprofessional football player who was dating the sister of Hernandezs fiancee. Lloyds bullet-riddled body was found in an industrial park near Hernandezs North Attleborough home, not far from Gillette Stadium.Hernandez — who had a $40 million contract as a tight end with the Patriots but was cut by the team just hours after his 2013 arrest — could get life in prison if convicted. On Sunday, the Patriots will meet the Seattle Seahawks in the Super Bowl.In a separate murder case that has yet to come to trial, Hernandez was charged last year in Boston with killing two men in 2012 after someone spilled a drink on him at a nightclub.Prosecutors in this trial have suggested that Lloyd may have been killed because he knew too much about that crime. But the judge has ruled that prosecutors cannot tell the jury about those slayings.In opening statements Thursday, District Attorney Patrick Bomberg took jurors through what he said was the sequence of events that led to Lloyds killing.He played before-and-after footage that he said showed Lloyd getting into a car driven by Hernandez, then video taken shortly afterward at the NFL players home, without Lloyd iin the car.ddddddddddddhe prosecutor also presented an image taken off Hernandezs video surveillance system that showed Hernandez standing outside his basement, holding what Bomberg said was a gun.As the prosecutor showed jurors a photo of Lloyds body, his mother was overcome and had to leave the courtroom briefly.Defence attorney Michael Fee told the jury that Hernandez is an innocent man.Aaron never had a chance, Fee said. They locked on Aaron and they targeted him.He said the evidence would show that Hernandez did not kill Lloyd and did not ask anyone to do so. He said authorities could offer no motive for the killing.The investigation was sloppy and unprofessional. What about the facts that showed Aarons innocence? he said. The evidence will show that they were ignored.Noting that Hernandez had long-term football contract, a new house, a fiancée and a 7-month-old baby, the defence attorney said Hernandez was planning a future, not a murder.Evidence that Hernandez was at the scene is not enough to convict him, Fee said.Mere presence is not enough. We cant be convicted of a crime just because we hang with the wrong people or are in the wrong place, he told the jury.Hernandez often leaned forward in court, paying close attention to opening statements and witness testimony, including the account of Matthew Kent, who was a high school freshman when he found Lloyds body while jogging.Hernandezs fiancée, Shayanna Jenkins, sat behind him with Hernandezs brother, DJ, who coaches college football in Iowa.Prosecutors say Hernandez and two friends, Carlos Ortiz and Ernest Wallace, picked Lloyd up at his home in Boston, drove him to the industrial park and shot him. Ortiz and Wallace will be tried separately. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
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