Tigers’ Eric Haase hits three-run, inside-the-park home run — then hits three-run homer over fence

When the baseball avoided below a diving Billy Hamilton’s glove in center field, Detroit Tigers slugger Eric Haase put his legs into another equipment. Understood for driving house runs over the fence, Haase has a trump card.


Hamilton chased the ball, which rolled to the caution track, however Jonathan Schoop and Miguel Cabrera quickly scored. 3rd base coach Chip Hale strongly waved his arm. Haase downed around 3rd base and crossed home base for a three-run, inside-the-park homer in the 4th inning.

However that minute wasn’t the only factors fans praised Saturday at Comerica Park. The Tigers (37-46) scored 4 runs in an electrical 5th inning, moving them to an 11-5 win over the Chicago White Sox in the second of 3 video games in the series.

Getting In Saturday, Detroit had actually lost 18 of its previous 20 video games versus the White Sox.

Haase’s inside-the-park crowning achievement was the very first by a Tiger because JaCoby Jones’ on Aug. 10, 2020, versus the White Sox.

For their 11 runs, the Tigers tape-recorded 10 hits and 8 strolls — scoring 3 runs in the 4th inning, 4 in the 5th, 3 in the seventh and one in the 8th. Haase squashed his 2nd crowning achievement in the seventh (this one over the fence in best field). It was his 4th multi-homer video game in 2021.

His three-run blast pressed the Tigers’ cause 10-5.

Haase completed 3-for-4 with 6 RBI. Through 36 video games this season, he has 11 crowning achievement. Schoop squashed his team-leading 16th homer (in 79 video games played) in the 8th inning. His solo homer took a trip 440 feet to straightaway center.

Tigers supervisor AJ Hinch relied on his bullpen in the 6th inning.

Detroit Tigers left fielder Eric Haase runs during his inside-the-park home run against the Chicago White Sox.

Detroit Tigers left fielder Eric Haase runs throughout his inside-the-park crowning achievement versus the Chicago White Sox.

His very first reducer, right-hander Joe Jimenez, started out the side, all on fastballs: Hamilton and Danny Mendick decreased swinging, and Zack Collins got punched out looking. For Mendick’s whiff to end the inning, Jimenez’s fastball maxed out at 97.3 miles per hour.

When Jimenez finished his job, Hinch went to his most trusted reducers. Righty Jose Cisnero pitched a scoreless seventh, thanks to an inning-ending 6-4-3 double play begun by shortstop Zack Short. Right-hander Kyle Funkhouser included a scoreless 8th, this time behind a 4-6-3 double play begun by 2nd baseman Willi Castro.

Righty Dollar Farmer pitched an ideal ninth.

Evan Petzold is a sports press reporter at the Detroit Free Press. Contact him at epetzold@freepress.com or follow him on Twitter @EvanPetzold.

This short article initially appeared on Detroit Free Press: Detroit Tigers OF Eric Haase strikes wild inside-the-park crowning achievement

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