On September 27, 2003 — With a startling rally, the Tigers avoid equaling the modern major league record of 120 losses set by the expansion 1962 Amazin’ Mets. It takes one of the biggest comebacks in franchise history as Detroit beats the Twins, 9 – 8, on a wild pitch in the bottom of the 9th after trailing by eight runs earlier in the contest.

 


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