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MLB: Jose Abreu's three-run homer dooms Daniel Norris (Science Hill) in outing for Detroit Tigers

MLB: Jose Abreu's three-run homer dooms Daniel Norris (Science Hill) in outing for Detroit Tigers

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Daniel Norris was taken deep in his latest outing for the Detroit Tigers.

The former Science Hill High School star surrendered a three-run homer to Jose Abreu in the fourth inning of his team’s 14-0 road loss to the Chicago White Sox.

It was just the second longball yielded this season by Norris, who allowed two hits, walked two and struck out three over 1 1/3 innings of relief. He has a 3.63 ERA in nine games (one start) this summer for the Tigers.

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