AL Central Standings
AL Central Standings
Last year, Miguel Cabrera won the American League Triple Crown and the American League Most Valuable Player Award.
Miguel Cabrera vs. Mike Trout, round two. It's happening.
Tigers are way overdue in retiring numbers of Whitaker, Trammell
The Detroit News, Tony Paul
The Tigers should've retired Nos. 1 and 3 years ago, honoring second baseman Lou Whitaker and shortstop Alan Trammell - long before Jose Iglesias was given No. 1 last month after arriving in a trade with the Red Sox.
Bonderman earns more than a win in Tigers return
Beck's Blog, Jason Beck
The last time Jeremy Bonderman earned a win in a Tigers uniform, he was a starter wrapping up his Detroit tenure.
Miguel Cabrera, entertainer
Baseball Nation, Grant Brisbee
Miguel Cabrera is an entertainer, first and foremost. Look at his selflessness, his teamwork, his ability to light up a crowd.
Crazy Mike Puts the Band Back Together
DAVE DOMBROWSKI: (on phone) Yes. We’re quite pleased with the team’s performance as of late.
The triumphant return.
Roar of the Tigers, Samara Pearlstein
Who got the win with a three-inning relief pitching effort (very) late last night?
Around the AL Central:
MLB Final Score/Recap: Detroit Tigers 10, Cleveland Indians 3
Let's Go Tribe
When the highlight of the evening was Ryan Raburn's pitching, you know it was bad.
Bruce Chen with a gem.
Elsewhere in baseball:
Sad news to pass along courtesy of our friends at Yahoo! Sports. Joshua Jones, the young fan who was be befriended by Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp earlier this year, has passed away following a battle with brain cancer. He was just 19 years old.
Former Biogenesis employee Porter Fischer feels 'bullied' by MLB
ESPN, Mike Fish
The whistle-blower who turned the Biogenesis clinics ties to professional baseball players into a national scandal says he feels bullied by Major League Baseball.
SweetSpot TV: Ranking best young pitchers
SweetSpot Blog, David Schoenfield
Harry Caray and Bill Murray chatting at Wrigley Field’s first night game makes us wish it were 1988
Big League Stew, Mike Oz
The first night game at Wrigley Field happened 25 years ago on Thursday — Aug. 8, 1988.