Here is the latest Michigan sports news from The Associated Press

CHICAGO (AP) — Tarik Skubal struck out a career-high 11 to win consecutive starts for the first time in his major league career, Eric Haase homered twice and the Detroit Tigers beat the White Sox 4-3. Chicago manager Tony La Russa remained tied with John McGraw on the career manager wins list at 2,763, behind only Connie Mack at 3,731. Miguel Cabrera also homered for the Tigers, who had lost 13 of their previous 14 games against the White Sox. José Cisnero pitched a perfect ninth for his first career save, helping Detroit improve to 11-19 in road games.

CHICAGO (AP) — The Detroit Tigers have placed right-hander Spencer Turnbull on the 10-day injured list with a strained right forearm. Turnbull left Friday night’s 9-8 loss to the White Sox after working four innings of one-run ball. He threw 56 pitches, 39 for strikes. Right-hander Bryan Garcia was recalled from Triple-A Toledo.

SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — Garrett Navarra and Griffin Lockwood-Powell homered, Jordan Patty gave up one run in 7 2/3 innings, and Central Michigan beat Michigan 8-2 in a South Bend Regional elimination game. Patty gave up a solo home run to Michigan’s Tito Flores in the first inning and kept the Wolverines scoreless from there. Michigan starter Cameron Weston picked up the loss for the third-seeded Wolverines.

UNDATED (AP) — They fought each other for millions of dollars and bragging rights to be one of the greats of boxing. Fight after fight, they raised the bar until finally the decade came to a close — and with it one of the most remarkable stretches of championship bouts. Sugar Ray Leonard, Roberto Duran, Thomas Hearns and Marvelous Marvin Hagler delivered when it mattered, and two of the fights are considered among the greatest ever. This magical decade for boxing is explored in a four-hour Showtime documentary called “The Kings” that begins Sunday night.