Detroit Tigers mess with Abraham Toro, get the horns in 5-3 loss to Seattle Mariners

While Abraham Toro circled third base on his way to home in the seventh inning after hitting a curveball over the right-field wall for a two-run home run,

Detroit Tigers reliever Alex Lange bounced a fresh ball from his glove to throwing hand.

Catcher Eric Haase remarked, "We got beat. However, that is also his greatest pitch. Since the All-Star break, Lange, one of the Tigers' top relievers in the first half of the season,

has given up 16 earned runs in 16 innings pitched. Adam Frazier blasted a triple on the pitch before Toro's home run.

Although Lange's renowned curveball produced both hits, the Tigers' second-inning 5-3 loss to the Mariners on Wednesday was decided by the home run ball.

With Eduardo Rodriguez on the mound for the Tigers (50-80), they'll aim to escape the sweep on Thursday.

Detroit Tigers mess with Following the Oakland Athletics, Detroit is the second American League team with 80 defeats this year (49-82).

closer on the left In the top of the ninth inning, the Tigers were down by one run when Gregory Soto joined the game.

He gave up one single, walked three hitters, and needed 32 pitches (14 strikes) to get three outs.With the bases loaded, he chose to walk Ty France, giving the Mariners a 5-3 lead.