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Detroit Tigers win second consecutive Central Division crown

With a 6-3 victory over the Kansas City Royals, the Tigers won the American League Central Division crown for a second consecutive season. It's their first time making back-to-back playoff appearances since 1934-35.

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Who will the Tigers face? Who knows!

The Detroit Tigers will open the playoffs at home on Saturday and Sunday, October 6, and 7. Four other AL teams will be in the playoffs, but the match ups are yet to be decided.

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Tuesday Links: AL Central Division Champs!

The Tigers are AL Central Division Champions, Miguel Cabrera leads the league in all three Triple Crown categories, and Max Scherzer is ready to pitch. These stories and more in today's Morning Prowl.

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Season no dream, but Tigers earned their flag

A dream season it wasn't, but the Tigers were good enough when it counted to win a second Central Division title

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Back-to-back division champs!

The Detroit Tigers clinched the Central Division title as Miguel Cabrera charged toward the first Triple Crown in 45 years in a 6-3 victory over the Kansas City Royals.

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On-Field Celebration GIFs

Octavio Dotel gets the party started with a water toss.

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Prince Fielder is all smiles.

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Joaquin Benoit has his goggles ready to go.

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Miguel Cabrera is in full-on celebration mode

First, he gives a big bear hug to Jim Leyland.

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Next, he and Jeff Jones flex it out.

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Finally, Miggy and Al Alburquerque acknowledge the fans.

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.GIF - The Final Out

Jose Valverde gets the ground ball, Jhonny Peralta flips a well-placed throw to Prince Fielder, and the celebration begins.

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Miguel Cabrera increases grip on Triple Crown

Miguel Cabrera is closer to earning the Triple Crown than any player since the last winner, Carl Yastrzemski, did it 45 years ago. He had a single and home through his first three at-bats Monday.

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