DETROIT -- Brandon Inge swatted a solo homer with one out in the ninth inning off Darren Oliver to give the Detroit Tigers a second straight walk-off win over the Texas Rangers, 3-2, on Wednesday at Comerica Park.
Inge hit the first pitch from Oliver to supply the only home run of the three-game series. The Rangers had won their first three series of the season.
Dave Bush started as the Rangers used their bullpen throughout the game and delivered three scoreless innings. Mason Tobin followed with two more scoreless frames before the Rangers scored twice in the sixth against Max Scherzer for a 2-0 lead.
The Tigers, though, quickly answered with two of their own against Mark Lowe, who allowed consecutive doubles to Victor Martinez and Brennan Boesch to start the inning. Inge tied the game with a sacrifice fly.
The Rangers had runners in scoring position in the eighth and ninth innings, but they went 0 for 3 in those situations.
Michael Young doubled in the third inning, No. 352 of his career. That ties the club mark held by Ivan Rodriguez.
-- Jeff Wilson