Every time Fernando Rodney finishes off a win for Tampa Bay, he pretends to shoot a bow and arrow into the sky, a gesture his former Tigers teammates couldn't wait to see this weekend, with the Rays playing the White Sox.
"You can tell Fernando Rodney that if he shoots that [arrow] three times in the next three days, I'll be his cupid forever," Tigers manager Jim Leyland said Friday.
On Sunday, the Tigers used a two-run, eighth-inning home run from Prince Fielder to defeat the Twins 2-1 at Target Field, and watched from their clubhouse televisions as Rodney closed out a 6-2 victory over Chicago.
Fielder foils Twins' home finale
Minneapolis Star Tribune | Oct 1