Riley Greene reaches base four times in debut as Tigers’ offense finally breaks out

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The Detroit News

DETROIT — You can call it the Riley Greene effect if you want, the Tigers don’t really care. This was just long overdue. After a long string of zeros, the Tigers finally put some crooked numbers on the scoreboard, a lot of them. They scored a season-high 14 runs and snapped a six-game losing streak, beating the Texas Rangers, 14-7, on Saturday before an announced crowd of 28,179 at Comerica Park. Greene, the Tigers’ top prospect, made his MLB debut and dumped an opposite-field single to shallow left field in his first at-bat. He ended up reaching base four times — two opposite-field singles (b…

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