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Drew Smyly: Detroit Tigers' Biggest Early-Season Surprise

22-year-old rookie pitcher Drew Smyly earned his first career major league win against the New York Yankees in Yankee Stadium on Saturday. Smyly, Detroit's No. 5 starter, who made his major league debut April 12, leads the American League with a 1.23 ERA through four starts. The Tigers have gotten off to a disappointing 11-10 record this season, but without the rookie, who wasn't even expected to make the team going into spring training, Detroit would be in a world of hurt.
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