DETROIT -- After five games of cool bats, Yoenis Cespedes single-handedly turned things around for the Tigers, hitting two home runs in Sunday's series finale against the White Sox.
In the first inning, Cespedes came up against left-hander Jose Quintana with the bases loaded and two outs as rain began to fall. He worked a full count -- the fifth Tiger in six batters to do so -- and sent a 92-mph fastball out to left field for a grand slam, the first of Cespedes' career.
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