ATLANTA (AP) - You can say the Detroit Tigers enjoyed interleague play.
The Tigers finished 14-and-4 in interleague action by blanking Atlanta 5-to-0. Andrew Miller threw six sharp innings and Chad Durbin finished the six-hitter.
The AL Central-leading Tigers have won seven straight -- all on the road against National League teams.
The Braves have skidded to .500 for the first time this season.
They've lost five straight, including four by shutouts. The Braves have been outscored 27-to-1 in their five losses, their longest losing streak of the season.
Miller is 3-and-1. He has faced only N-L teams in his four starts.
Atlanta starter Chuck James is 6-and-7 with the loss.
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