Tampa, Fla. – Maybe it was throwback Tuesday here at Steinbrenner Field. Because it sure felt like April of 2016 the way Jordan Zimmermann was throwing the baseball. It took him just 60 pitches to work through five shutout innings against a fairly stacked Yankees lineup. He allowed just two singles, didn't walk anybody and fanned four as the Tigers and Yankees played to a 2-2, nine-inning draw. “I remember that,” manager Ron Gardenhire said with a wry smile. “Him carving it up. He's made a few adjustments and it worked out today. His ball was jumping all over the place. He had good movement and he was pounding the strike zone.” The importance of a healthy, productive Zimmermann cannot be understated.