The Detroit Tigers beat the Kansas City Royals, 2-1, on the Tork Bomb

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Detroit Tigers rookie Spencer Torkelson watched the dugout.

“Come on baby!” He shouted.

The 22-year-old had just crushed a second-pitch lead from Kansas City Royals starter Brad Keller for a two-run homer left in the seventh inning. He celebrated at the plate with 38-year-old Miguel Cabrera, who just won the 599th double and 2,995th hit of his career.

“It was awesome,” Torkelson said. “Truly special moment. This round doesn’t happen without his double.”

Tigers first baseman Spencer Torkelson (right) celebrates with Miguel Cabrera (left) after hitting a two-run home run in the seventh inning against the Royals at Kauffman Stadium.

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The combination of left-handed Tarik Skubal’s outing, Cabrera’s 599th brace and Torkelson’s 432-foot big volley unlocked a 2-1 win for the Tigers on Friday night in the second of four games at Kauffman Stadium.