Tigers Beat Red Sox on Homer in the 11th

Caution, iceberg ahead: Coincidence that Titanic 3-D is now in theaters just as the Yankees and Red Sox are crashing to a combined 0-6 start? Or time to reach for the lifejackets and lifeboats? Mixed answer: For Joe Girardi, no.

By Paul Casella / MLB.com | 04/08/12 7:51 PM ET It may be only three losses, but for just the second time in Major League history both the Yankees and Red Sox are 0-3 after each team was swept in its season-opening series. The only other time the two

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The Red Sox were thoroughly demolished by the Tigers Saturday, leaving them at 0-2 for the second straight year.

Brett Lawrie, the Canadian-born third baseman who burst onto the scene last August with nine homers and a .293 average in 43 games, is particularly pumped about hitting the field for the home opener against the winless Boston Red Sox.