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Tigers' Verlander leaves with right shoulder soreness

Tigers' Verlander leaves with right shoulder soreness

PITTSBURGH -- Detroit Tigers right-hander Justin Verlander was removed from Monday's game against the Pittsburgh Pirates shortly after surrendering five first-inning runs.

The Tigers said Verlander was taken out due to right shoulder soreness. He will be evaluated again on Tuesday.

Verlander has never been on the disabled list in his career and has never missed a start due to injury.

For Verlander, the 2011 AL MVP and Cy Young Award winner, it was the shortest start of his career. He was charged with four hits and four earned runs, while walking two and fanning three. His ERA climbed to 4.76.

Two Detroit errors aided the Pirates in the first inning, during which...