Cabrera started it with a two-run shot with no outs against Peavy. After Prince Fielder (3-for-4) doubled and Brennan Boesch was hit by a pitch, Raburn then unloaded a three-run shot to pull Detroit within a run.
Peavy was pulled after issuing a walk to Jhonny Peralta. Ohman entered, hit Delmon Young with a pitch and then surrendered Jackson's go-ahead, three-run blast.
Raburn added a run-scoring single to finish with four RBI for Tigers, who split a two-game set in Chicago.
Collin Balester (2-0) earned the win in relief of Detroit starter Max Scherzer, who was bombed for six runs (five earned) on eight hits over four full innings.
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