The Detroit Tigers had three spring training games this weekend, splitting the squad up on Saturday and coming back together for one game on Sunday.
Saturday's two games were against the Astros and Blue Jays. Detroit beat Houston, 5-0, in a game where Justin Verlander went 3.2 innings and got the win. In the other game, Toronto beat Detroit, 7-4. Brayan Villarreal blew the save and took the loss for the Tigers.
Sunday's game was against the Philadelphia Phillies. The Tigers won on a walk-off single by Scott Thorman, who drove in Don Kelly for the winning run. The final score was 2-1 in the Tigers' favor.
Phil Coke went 4.0 innings for the Tigers against Philadelphia and allowed four hits and one run (a solo home run in the second inning). Duane Below picked up the win for the Tigers, going one inning and allowing no runs.
Next up for the Tigers is a game at the New York Mets on Monday. The first pitch is scheduled for 1:10 p.m., and the game will be shown on MLB Network.