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Miguel Cabrera is stinky right now. There's no other way to describe Cabrera's struggles at the plate after he went hitless against the Los Angeles Angels on Easter Sunday before a crowd of 28,921 at Comerica Park.
The Tigers' Torii Hunter steals one of the team's 15 bases so far this month, this one coming Sunday against the Angels.
Apr 20, 2014; Detroit, MI, USA; Los Angeles Angels second baseman Howie Kendrick walks off the field after the game against the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park.
The Detroit Tigers second baseman Ian Kinsler is hot. Baseballs cannot get enough of him and have been falling all over themselves just to let him get a piece of them.
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Whether it's over who's more valuable or who's baseball's best player, we sure do argue about Mike Trout and Miguel Cabrera an awful lot.
Joe Mauer 's path to the All-Star Game got tougher the moment the Twins announced that he was moving from catcher to first base.
With the instant-replay rule in its first season, Tigers manager Brad Ausmus still is getting accustomed to all the nuances.
Tigers starter Max Scherzer is getting back to the form that helped him win the American League Cy Young Award last season.
Jered Weaver pitched six innings of one-run ball, Ian Stewart was a home run shy of the cycle, Albert Pujols hit his 497th career home run and Howie Kendrick hit his first homer of the season as the early and often.
Aguilar, currently hitting .372 with four doubles, three homers and nine RBI, will start playing one game a week at third base, while spending the rest of his time at first and DH.
Sep 1, 2013; Detroit, MI, USA; Detroit Tigers left fielder Nick Castellanos makes a catch of a fly ball hit by Cleveland Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis in the eighth inning at Comerica Park.
The word "unbelievable" gets tossed around a lot in baseball. But the following does seem unbelievable: When Miguel Cabrera turned 31 on Friday, he had the same number of home runs and career batting average as Hank Aaron did when he turned 31. Aaron when he turned 31: 366 homers, .320 lifetime average.
Evan Reed and his attorneys, David Gorcyca and Ben Gonek, have been fully cooperating with the Detroit Police Department since the inception of the investigation.
Dunham has received over 350 million views on YouTube since October of 2009. One of his most famous acts is Achmed the Dead Terrorist, which is a puppet of a skeletal corpse of a terrorist.
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