Tigers 3, Pirates 2PITTSBURGH — Justin Verlander said he "didn't feel particularly great." So what did he do on a ho-hum day? He pitched a five-hitter that helped the Tigers avoid a three-game sweep. "We had the horse going," manager Jim Leyland said, "and he pitched like the horse is supposed to pitch." Quintin Berry hit a two-run shot for his first major-league home run. He also scored the go-ahead run on former Ray Delmon Young's single in the eighth, an inning after Garrett Jones tied it with a two-run homer.