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WINNIPEG - Timothy Madigan carded a 3-under 68 on Saturday to claim a three-stroke lead entering the final round of The Players Cup. Madigan, who is seeking his first career win on the PGA Tour Canada, finished 54 holes at Pine Ridge Golf Club at 9-under-par 204. Josh Persons shot an even-par 71 to move into second place at 7-under 206, while Ricky McDonald is alone in third at minus-6. Second-round leader Erik Barnes tripped to a 4-over 75 on Thursday to fall into a share of fourth with Jay Myers (67) at 5-under 208. Barnes entered the day with a 2-stroke lead, but bogeyed the second to fall to 8-under and cut his advantage to just one. McDonald then birdied the first and fourth to claim a share of the lead before Barnes dropped another shot at the fourth to leave McDonald alone atop the leaderboard. Madigan, meanwhile, birdied the fourth and seventh to meet McDonald at 8- under. McDonald and Madigan then bogeyed the fifth and ninth, respectively, to each fall to minus-7 and into a tie for the lead with Persons and Barnes. Persons had countered a double-bogey at the second with birdies at the fourth and sixth to reach 7-under. McDonald would then bogey the seventh, 10th, 11th and 12th to fall well off the pace before a hole-in-one at the 14th brought him back into contention, while Barnes bogeyed the ninth and 10th to also lose his share of the lead. Persons was next to fall out of the top spot with back-to-back bogeys at the 11th and 12th. That left Madigan alone in the lead and he took advantage with birdies at the 15th and 17th to move to 9-under and claim a 3-stroke lead. Persons closed his round with birdies at the 16th and 18th to pull within two of Madigan entering the final round. NOTES: Madigan has two top-five finishes this season, including a runner-up to Persons at the Bayview Place Island Savings Open in June ... 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Hunter hit a three-run double in the third, then added a two-run drive in the fifth for his second homer of the year. The Tigers have 17 runs and 30 hits in their past two games. "I like this ballclub," Hunter said. "You talk about a very athletic team, doesnt strike out much at all, and will make good contact. Weve got some guys that have professional at-bats." Rick Porcello (1-0) allowed a run and three hits in 6 2-3 innings in his first start of the season, but the Tigers (4-0) had to hold on when the Orioles nearly pulled off a remarkable comeback. Detroit led 7-1 entering the ninth, but Phil Coke and Al Alburquerque couldnt close out the Orioles. Nathan came on with two on, one out and the score 7-3. Steve Lombardozzi singled to deep right to load the bases, and pinch-hitter Steve Clevengers double made it 7-5. David Lough brought home another run with a grounder to shortstop Alex Gonzalez, who threw wide of first for an error. With men on first and second, Nathan struck out Nelson Cruz and got Davis to hit a lazy fly to left. "The momentums obviously swinging their way," said Nathan, who signed with the Tigers in the off-season as a free agent. "Sometimes the hardest thing to do in those situations is stop the bleeding." Bud Norris (0-1) allowed five runs and nine hits in five innings, and the Orioles lost their fourth straight. Detroits Brad Ausmus became the first manager in more thaan a decade to begin his career with four straight wins, according to STATS.dddddddddddd Clint Hurdle of Colorado and Jerry Royster of Milwaukee both did it in 2002. Ausmus took over for Jim Leyland after last season. The 25-year-old Porcello already has five full seasons under his belt. If he blossoms into a true standout, Detroits already-excellent rotation will look even tougher. Porcello struck out only three with two walks, but he didnt allow a hit after the second inning. Only one of the final 17 batters he faced reached base. Davis opened the scoring in the first with an RBI single for Baltimore, but he was thrown out trying to take second. The Tigers took the lead in the third when Hunters line drive to the corner in left field cleared the bases. His homer in the fifth made it 5-1. In the sixth, Don Kelly hit an RBI triple and scored on Rajai Davis sacrifice fly. Adam Jones hit an RBI triple off Coke in the ninth for the Orioles, and he scored on Nick Markakis groundout to make it 7-3. "I knew we were going to make a run, but it was a little too late," Baltimore manager Buck Showalter said. "Weve got the first part of games down, and were doing well at the ends of games, but weve got to figure out how to hold our own in the middle. The starters have to get us deeper into games." The Tigers have hit six homers in their first four games, an encouraging sign after they traded cleanup hitter Prince Fielder in the off-season. Kelly had three hits Saturday, while Hunter, Davis, Ian Kinsler and Austin Jackson added two apiece. The bottom three hitters for Detroit -- Gonzalez, Kelly and Davis -- combined to go 6 for 10 with two RBIs and five runs scored. NOTES: The temperature at game time was 41 degrees. ... Orioles SS J.J. Hardy prevented further damage in the third with a diving stop on Victor Martinezs grounder. ... Detroits Justin Verlander (0-0) will face Baltimores Chris Tillman (0-0) on Sunday. ' ' '