Yankees-Tigers: Live Updates, Analysis and Instant Reaction of Game 1, Part Two

Rick Weiner@RickWeinerNYFeatured ColumnistOctober 1, 2011

Cano has blown the game wide open.
Cano has blown the game wide open.Chris Trotman/Getty Images

Welcome to Bleacher Report's live, ongoing coverage of the American League Division Series between the Detroit Tigers and the New York Yankees.

Last night, Game 1 was rained out after the top of the second inning and as per baseball's new rules, we will start tonight's game where we left off—tied at one with the bottom third of the Yankees lineup (Jorge Posada, Russell Martin and Brett Gardner) set to get things going.

Of course, neither starting pitcher from last night will be returning to the mound. Instead, the Tigers will send out trade deadline acquisition Doug Fister while the Yankees counter with Rookie of the Year contender Ivan Nova.

We will be with you all night long, before, during and after the game with analysis, updates, reaction and endless hours of entertainment, so make sure you check back often for the very latest from the Bronx!

Game over, Yankees win 9-1 to take a 1-0 lead in the series.

Game 2 is tomorrow afternoon at 3pm EST, be sure to check Bleacher Report for the latest leading up to the game!