Too bad none of them count.Their game Friday night was postponed by rain after a delay of 2 hours, 12 minutes and all records were washed away. That includes a two-run homer by the Tigers' Miguel Cabrera, a three-run shot by Cleveland's Travis Hafner and a solo homer by the Indians' Grady Sizemore that would have been his first since Aug. 27.No makeup date was immediately announced. The teams are scheduled to play Saturday at 1:05 p.m. Cleveland is seeking to snap a four-game losing streak and the Tigers will try to avoid losing four in a row for the first time since Sept. 8-12."The good news was the guys battled back from an early hole and Grady got untracked," Indians manager Manny Acta said after Cleveland's five-run third inning made it 7-6.Tigers starter Jeremy Bonderman, staked to a 7-1 lead, gave up six consecutive hits in the third."It was just a matter of making bad pitches," Tigers manager Jim Leyland said. "Those pitches, you can't miss them."Indians starter David Huff was upset at allowing eight hits and seven runs over 2 2/3 innings -- the shortest of his 29 career starts."I couldn't locate my fastball and didn't follow the game plan," Huff said. "The only good thing I can take from this is it turned into a practice game in which I hopefully learned a few things."Tigers outfielder Johnny Damon returned to the lineup after leaving Wednesday's game with a spasm in his right calf, but Indians shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera continued to sit out with a strained left quadriceps.
Cleveland activated right-hander Kerry Wood from the disabled list and optioned right-hander Jensen Lewis to Triple-A Columbus. Wood has yet to pitch this season. He strained a muscle in his upper back during spring training. ... Cabrera's washed-out two-run homer kept him from adding to his impressive numbers against Cleveland. Since joining the Tigers in 2008, the first baseman has hit .331 (53-of-160) with 11 homers and 35 RBIs in 39 games against the Indians.