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(The Sports Network) - Max Scherzer has a tough act to follow. The Detroit Tigers turn to baseballs lone 20-game winner this season tonight as they try to leave Boston with a 2-0 edge over the Red Sox in the best-of-seven American League Championship Series. Scherzer topped the majors with a 21-3 record over 32 starts this past regular season, posting a 2.90 earned run average. He followed up with a pair of victories over Oakland in the ALDS, winning a Game 1 start before notching a win in relief last Tuesday in Game 4 to force a final fifth game in the set. The right-hander threw seven innings of two-run ball with 11 strikeouts to open the series, then yielded a run over two innings in relief. Scherzer, who has a lifetime postseason ERA of 3.64, doesnt expect the relief appearance to impact him tonight. "Oh, not at all. Im on normal rest, pitching Game 2, so Im fully ready to go. Arm feels good. My relief appearance was just needed," he said. Scherzer, 29, has posted a 7.02 ERA over eight career meetings with the Red Sox, but split two starts versus them this year with a solid 2.57 ERA. While Scherzer led baseball in wins, teammate Anibal Sanchez led the American League in earned run average and he kept the Red Sox off the board in a near no-hitter on Saturday night as the Tigers took Game 1 by a 1-0 score, holding Boston to just a single hit. Despite the shutout loss, Boston worked Sanchez as he threw 116 pitches over six scoreless innings. Sanchez walked six and struck out 12. Al Alburquerque, Jose Veras and Drew Smyly followed with two hitless innings and Joaquin Benoit came on in the ninth to protect the 1-0 lead and the no- hitter. Benoit struck out Mike Napoli to begin the frame before Daniel Nava punched a single into center field. "I wasnt thinking anything about the no-hitter at that point," Nava said of his final at-bat. "It was still a 1-0 game. We had been battling all night and hadnt gotten anything to fall. Fortunately, I got that one to fall." The Red Sox had the tying run on base despite having just gotten their first hit, but Benoit settled down to get Stephen Drew to fly out before an infield popout by Xander Bogaerts ended the game. "Besides the no-hitter, the most important thing is to win," said Sanchez. "Especially in this series. In a short series, winning is key to getting ahead." Jhonny Peralta plated the games only run in the sixth, while Sanchez, Alburquerque, Veras, Smyly and Benoit racked up a franchise-record 17 strikeouts. Jon Lester was a hard-luck loser, giving up just one run on six hits and a walk over 6 1/3 frames for the Red Sox, who were shut out in a postseason game at home for the first time since Game 5 of the 1918 World Series. Boston will now try to split the first two games of this series at home before heading to Detroit for Game 3 on Tuesday. "I think well be ready to go (Sunday) night. If you havent been around us this year, we have the ability to put tonight behind us and well be ready to go," said Boston manager John Farrell, who turns to Clay Buchholz in Game 2. The 29-year-old righty was limited to just 16 starts this season due to a neck and shoulder issue, but still went 12-1 with a 1.74 ERA in 16 starts. He missed three months between June 8-Sept 10, going 3-1 with a 1.88 ERA in four starts to close the regular season. "In the starts that hes made since coming off the DL, theres still been a little bit of a building component, building his stamina and endurance inside of a given day," said Farrell of his starter. "But the touch and feel to secondary pitches are consistent to pre-injury. "And I think coming out of particularly the last three starts, where weve been able to get him over a hundred, 110 pitches on each of those outings, I think he comes away with greater confidence on the physical side of things." Buchholz made the second start of his postseason career last Monday, getting the start in Game 3 versus Tampa Bay. He did not factor into a 5-4 loss, giving up three runs on seven hits and three walks over six innings. He did not face the Tigers this year, and is 2-1 with a 3.58 ERA in eight lifetime meetings. Boston and Detroit have been playing one another since 1901, but amazingly this is the first postseason matchup between the charter AL clubs The Tigers were 4-3 against the Red Sox in 2013, winning three of four at Comerica Park in June and dropping two of three at Fenway in September. Alex Okafor Jersey .J. - New York Giants cornerback Prince Amukamara left Monday nights game against the Indianapolis Colts with a torn biceps. Alvin Kamara Jersey . Mesoraco hurt his hamstring while scoring from second in Friday nights 5-4 loss at Atlanta. Chapman was hit by a line drive during an exhibition game on March 19, breaking his nose and a bone above his left eye. 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Ken Crawley Jersey .Then came December.Three straight losses, including a crushing 27-24 defeat to Washington (4-11) on Saturday, has the Eagles (9-6) on the brink of playoff elimination.MOSCOW - The Russian Football Union says it is close to paying national team coach Fabio Capello, who last received his salary six months ago.Hit by financial problems, the RFU has been unable to meet Capellos reported $11 million-a-year salary but could now pay the arrears as soon as Wednesday, RFU president Nikolai Tolstykh said.Tolstykh held meetings with Russian Sports Minister Vitaly Mutko to find a way to solve the problem, Russian media reported, and did not rule out the use of government funds.We will use any official source (of funds) which can help the RFU to fulfil its obligations to Capello, Tolstykh was quoted as saying by the R-Sport agency.Capellos unpaid wages have caused further problems for the RFU because of the recent collapse in value of the Russian currency.The veteran coachs contract is believed to be denominated in euros but paid in rubles acccording to the exchange rate at the time of payment.dddddddddddd That means a missed monthly salary payment from July may now cost the RFU over 40 per cent more in ruble terms than if it had been paid on time.Capello has insisted the unpaid money is not a factor in Russias poor form, with just one win in its last eight competitive matches.The 68-year-old Italian said in October he was getting close to the limit of his patience with the salary situation, but has not expressed any discontent since. 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