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Lopez's sharp start goes for naught as Tigers rally past White Sox, 5-4

DETROIT - Well, that unraveled quickly.

The White Sox looked like they might dominate early Friday night. Yoan Moncada leadoff's double and two runs in the first inning signaled Sox hitters were dialed into Tigers starter Mike Fiers while Sox counterpart Reynaldo Lopez didn't

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