Tigers stop four-game skid with Reyes’ walk-off sacrifice fly in 10th inning to beat White Sox

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The Detroit News

DETROIT — It legitimately felt, looking at the schedule back in April, that these last two series with the White Sox in September had a chance to be very meaningful. And they are. For the White Sox, who came in three games behind Cleveland for the top spot in the Central Division. “We should be jealous that they’re playing for something,” manager AJ Hinch said before the Tigers stopped a four-game losing streak and halted the White Sox momentum with a 3-2, 10-inning win at Comerica Park Friday. “Our guys should feel the urgency that goes with playing meaningful September baseball. It’s a great…

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