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HOUSTON – John Hicks has done it again.

This time it came in a much bigger situation. [19659008] Hicks beat him at his second home game against childhood friend Justin Verlander. With a line-drive rocket at the start of the ninth innings on Wednesday evening Hicks scored in four attempts the second victory of the Tigers against their former right-handers.

Verlander was his usual dominant id, but the Tigers – Justin Verlander # 35 from Houston Astros prevailed in the first inning against the Detroit Tigers on August 21 at Minute Maid Park against the Detroit Tigers, winning 2-1. 2019 in Houston, Texas. "width =" 540 "data-mycapture-src =" https://www.gannett-cdn.com/presto/2019/08/22/PDTF/06014874-01a3-42c9-abaa-012de0db3dcc-GTY_1169459739.jpg "data -mycapture-sm-src = "https://www.gannett-cdn.com/presto/2019/08/22/PDTF/06014874-01a3-42c9-abaa-012de0db3dcc-GTY_1169459739.jpg?width=500&height=393" />

Justin Verlander # 35 of the Houston Astros throws himself into the first inning against the Detroit Tigers on August 21, 2019 at Minute Maid Park in Houston, Texas. (Photo: Bob Levey, Getty Images) [19659011] [ Cabrera, Verlander finally enters the duel of the future Hall of Famers.]

At his fourth start against Bei den Tigers, Verlander was almost invulnerable except for these two home runs These were the only hits he allowed.

First, Ronny Rodriguez hit the road in fifth to end his early perfect game offer – he had retired the first 12 batters in a row. [19659008] Then, in the ninth – two innings after the left Tyler Alexander Robinson allowed Chirinos a game-winning solo homer – Hicks jumped over a Verlander field and sent it into the Crawford boxes in the right field at Minute Maid Park.

] It only took two goals, but left-back star Daniel Norris and Alexander allowed a five-goal run before Buck Farmer and Joe Jimenez ended the game with a goalless eighth and ninth inning, respectively. [19659017] Houston Astros' George Springer # 4 watches as a house run by Ronny Rodriguez # 60 of the Detroit Tigers leaves the park in the fifth inning at Minute Maid Park on August 21, 2019 in Houston, Texas. "width =" 540 "data-mycapture-src =" https://www.gannett-cdn.com/presto/2019/08/22/PDTF/d2cfea4c-6c88-4a93-8af5-6b28eb0337fe-GTY_1169465710.jpg "data -mycapture-sm-src = "https://www.gannett-cdn.com/presto/2019/08/22/PDTF/d2cfea4c-6c88-4a93-8af5-6b28eb0337fe-GTY_1169465710.jpg?width=498&height=400" />

Houston Astros' George Springer # 4 watches a home Ronny Rodriguez # 60 The Detroit Tigers leaves the park in the fifth inning at Minute Maid Park on August 21, 2019 in Houston, Texas. Bob Levey, Getty Images)