That sweet swing is still there. No matter how banged up Miguel Cabrera has been, he's always a threat to hit the ball where nobody can catch it.
Tigers have pitching to beat A's, if they can hit even a little
The Detroit News, Bob Wojnowski
They're not exactly churning into the postseason, so naturally, they've turned from World Series favorites into a wounded bunch just hoping to hang with the A's, right?
Don't be surprised if Jhonny Peralta bats in a potentially game-changing situation more than once in the postseason.
The Tigers passed their first playoff test Tuesday without breaking a sweat — making a hard decision look easy, united and smart.
Free agency begins five days after the end of the World Series.
Huge Moron Says Tigers Need 6+ Complete Games to Survive Playoffs
We almost made it two glorious months without the biggest dunce on the planet that writes about the Detroit Tigers publishing one of his poorly thought out piles of trash on the team. But alas, it couldn’t go on forever.
Cabrera leads five Tigers as finalists for Players Choice awards
Out of Left Field, Matthew B. Mowery
As expected, Miguel Cabrera is leading the voting among his peers again.
A Detroit Tigers Blog: Do Tigers Have Enough Relievers for Post-Season?
Tiger Tales, Lee Panas
Nobody, whether it be local fans or national observers, doubts the excellence of the Tigers Tigers starting rotation heading into post-season.
Detroit Tigers Probably Won't Win the World Series
Motor City Bengals, Matt Snyder
Odds say Tigers are a favorite, but they still probably won't win the World Series.
Elsewhere in baseball:
Road warriors: Rays advance to ALDS
USA Today, Paul White
The city changes almost daily but the Tampa Bay Rays are playing the same game everywhere, one that establishes them as a legitimate threat to the American League's three division winners in this year's playoffs.
Why hasn’t there been a unanimous Hall of Famer? (And 20 players who should have been)
HardballTalk, Joe Posnanski
Every time an undeniably great baseball player retires -- the latest being Mariano Rivera -- there will be a handful of people who will wonder: Is he finally the one?
The calculus of playoff rooting interests
Baseball Nation, Grant Brisbee
Who you root for and why, explained.
Royals GM Dayton Moore says he feels ‘like we’ve won the World Series’ after going 86-76 and missing playoffs for 28th straight year
Big League Stew, David Brown
Kansas City Star columnist Sam Mellinger bent over backward, and squinted his hardest, in order to give Kansas City Royals GM Dayton Moore a chance to explain.