The Detroit Tigers were sad after losing 9-7 to the Red Sox

The Detroit Tigers’ third pacer, Jaymer Candalerio, played through the puddles at Infield and made the mistake of shaping the outcome of Wednesday afternoon’s game, but left-hander Eduardo Rodriguez was not spared the blame.

“My job is to get the next person out,” Rodriguez said.

Candelario’s throw error with two outs in the fourth inning ended the Road team into a six – run rule, with the Boston Red Sox hitting Rodriguez for five extra runs.

The Tigers lost 9-7.

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“There are no excuses,” Candelario said. “I made a mistake. That’s it. It’s always frustrating when you do not make those plays, but we’ll go from there. We will work hard not to make those mistakes again.”

Tigers leftfielder Austin Meadows attempted to rob Homer Enrique Hernandez during a third inning action on Wednesday, April 13, 2022 at Comerica Park in Detroit.

Fifteen minutes into the first inning, it started to rain at Comerica Park and continued until the bottom of the fifth inning. Ground staff repeatedly descended on the field and poured new dirt in an effort to maintain the dull infield, potters box and pitcher’s mound.

Detroit fell to a 2-4 record, losing the series again to the Chicago White Sox and Red Sox to open the 2022 season. The Tigers travel to Kansas City for a four-game series.

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