Tigers don't strike out in 4th, still hitless

The good news: sweet, sweet contact. The Tigers actually put the ball in play during the top of the fourth inning, including a ball that looked like it was ticketed for center field off the bat.

The bad news: Nary a runner. That ball that looked like it had a chance to go to the outfield? Shortstop Jayson Nix was hanging out just over second base before the pitch, positioned perfectly.

Kuroda has thrown 49 pitches through four innings, with 32 of those thrown for strikes. He's struck out seven of the 12 hitters he's faced.

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