Do or die: Tigers face elimination today in Game 3 of the ALDS

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The Orioles send Bud Norris to the mound against David Price Sunday in Game 3 at Comerica Park. - ZIMBIO/CBSSPORTSLINE
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  • The Orioles send Bud Norris to the mound against David Price Sunday in Game 3 at Comerica Park.

After losing to the Baltimore Orioles in heartbreaking fashion Friday in Game 2, the Detroit Tigers turn to left-hander David Price to try to stave off elimination today in Game 3 of the American League Division Series in Detroit.

First pitch at Comerica Park is scheduled for 3:30 p.m. ET.



Price (15-12, 4.54) is set to face Orioles right-hander Bud Norris (15-8, 3.65).

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Baltimore leads the American League Division Series, 2-0.

Game 1: Thursday, October 2 ORIOLES 12, TIGERS 3 (FINAL)
Game 2: Friday, October 3, noon, ORIOLES 7, TIGERS 6 (FINAL) 
Game 3: Sunday, October 5, 3:30 p.m., Baltimore at Detroit (Norris vs. Price)
Game 4* Monday, October 6, TBA Baltimore at Detroit (TBA vs. Rick Porcello)
Game 5* Wednesday, October 8, TBA Detroit at Baltimore (Starting pitchers TBA)

* if necessary
Today's game will be televised on TBS, and broadcast on WXYT-AM 1270 AM and WWJ-AM 950.

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