The biggest hit of the game came off the bat of Torii Hunter. But until that hit, the biggest hit of the game was a game-tying home run by Paul Konerko off Drew Smyly in the ninth inning.
Cartoons from the recent Tigers games
Roar of the Tigers, Samara Pearlstein
This past Saturday was Max Scherzer’s 29th birthday.
MLB Handling of Biogenesis Scandal Casts Shadow on Game
Tiger Tales, Lee Panas
Unlike the random drug tests, MLB decided they would not keep the Biogenesis data to themselves.
This Just In: Dave Dombrowski is Still the Best GM in Baseball
The Daily Fungo, Jim Craddock
This post will not please the mouth-breathing, knuckle-scraping, Sports Radio-calling, Dombrowski haters.
Around the AL Central:
Solid pitching from Santana, timely hitting from the offense and some horrendous defense by Marlon Byrd helped the Royals cruise to victory.
The Indians eke out a series win in Miami thanks to Scott Kazmir and the bullpen.
Sox head home to host the Yankees after the worst road trip in franchise history.
Elsewhere in baseball:
Baseball's innocence lost long before this latest batch of cheats and frauds
The Detroit News, Jerry Green
Bud Selig is stuck with a scandal that is smearing baseball again, a scandal Judge Kenesaw Mountain Landis would have handled with aplomb.
Willis last pitched in the Majors in 2011 with the Reds, posting a 5.00 ERA in 73.2 innings over 13 starts.
In search of baseball's dumbest rule
Baseball Nation, Grant Brisbee
Help us find the most pointless, silliest rule in the baseball rule books.
With Sunday's deadline to agree on a settlement approaching, ESPN's T.J. Quinn and Andrew Marchand are reporting that Major League Baseball will announce on Monday that Alex Rodriguez is suspended through the 2014 season.
Ryan Raburn is awesome. Ryan Raburn is terrible. Both of these statements are true, depending on what season and what month you're talking about.