Tigers RHP Galarraga says he’ll make next start

Detroit Tigers right-hander Armando Galarraga says he will make his next start. Galarraga left Friday night's game after being hit by a line drive from the bat of Kevin Youkilis on his right ankle. He was limping around the clubhouse before Saturday's game against the Red Sox and said it's sore, but not so painful that it keeps him from walking. Tigers manager Jim Leyland says there was no broken bone. Galarraga is 3-3 with a 4.28 ERA this season. Galarraga is perhaps best known for his near-perfect game in June that was spoiled by a bad call on what should have been the final out. The Tigers said they will give away 40,000 “Almost Perfect” commemorative prints on Tuesday night to recognize the performance. (Copyright 2010 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)