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Kody Clemens offers Tigers' past D-back on the first HR

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Kody Clemens scored a three-run opening and Miguel Cabrera was 27th on the hit list to date as he beat Arizona Diamondbacks 6-3 in Phoenix on Saturday night.

Harold Castro tripled to 3-4, and Javier Baez extended his consecutive hits to nine games in Detroit, where he won his tenth victory in 31 road games this season.

Tyler Alexander (1-3) wins in two scoreless innings, Gregory Soto hits 2 in 1 / 9th of 1-2-3, recording 14th save Did.

This was Clemens' first major league home, the son of Roger Clemens, who was selected from Texas in the third round in 2018 and won the Cy Young Award seven times.

Cabrera lined up a single to the right with Relief Noe Ramirez seventh for his 3,053th career hit to tie Rod Carew. Rickey Henderson is 26th on the list with 3,055 hits.

David Peralta has hit a home run against Arizona, who has lost five consecutive victories since May 29th. Joe Mantiply (1-1), who played in ERA 0.34, lost only one run in 29 games this season. He allowed 3 runs with 3 hits in the 11/3 innings.

Detroit took a 1-0 lead in 4th place when Baez led the single and later put a 1 in the right wing corner with a Castro triple.

Diamondbacks led Peralta's two-run home run over the right bullpen and Daulton Varsho's RBI double in the bottom of the fourth inning 3-1.

Detroit drew 3-3 in 5th place when Tucker Barnhart walked to 3rd place in Victor Reyes' double. Both runners then scored on Riley Greene's broken bat grounder. Riley Greene slipped through Buddy Kennedy's foot and got a center fielder due to an error.

After that, Clemens took the lead in the Tigers, turned right at Mantipley on a three-run home run, and left-handed players released 17 consecutive unscored reliefs. This was the first homer allowed by Mantipley since June 18th last season and the first home run for a left-handed batter.

– Field-level media