Tied 2-2 in the sixth inning, the Tigers got out of a bases-loaded jam thanks to Justin Verlander inducing a double play to end the top half of the inning. In the bottom half of the inning, the Tigers needed to capitalize on the momentum and put some runs on the board. Thanks to an assist from third base, that's exactly what they did.
Ryan Raburn led off the bottom of the sixth with a single, and Miguel Cabrera came up and hit a grounder to third base. Had it been a routine hop, it's likely that Adrian Beltre would have turned two. It was far from routine, though. The ball clipped third base and bounced over Beltre's head, allowing Raburn to score and Cabrera to head to second base for a double.
With the momentum seriously swinging in the Tigers' favor, they kept pouring it on. Victor Martinez lined the ball to right field, and thanks to a dive that came up empty by Nelson Cruz, Martinez was able to get to third for a surprising triple that scored Cabrera.
Delmon Young capped off the huge inning and the first natural cycle in playoff history (via FOX) with his second home run of the game. The ball barely got over the wall in left field, and the two-run shot put Detroit on top by a score of 6-2 going into the seventh inning of Game 5 of the ALCS.