The news that Justin Verlander is back with Kate Upton has been met with the usual jokes, speculation, and overthinking. Trust me, we aren't about to get into overthinking- I doubt that's ever happened in a JOS FanPost. Instead, let's look at other possible "Power Duos" (not couples) that the Tigers could have in 2014.
Drew Smyly and Pharrell Williams
Williams is a very happy person. Do you know what happy people like to do? They like to Smyle.
Joe Nathan and Clint Eastwood
Nathan is the grizzled veteran starring on his fourth team in the closer's role. The end of his illustrious career looming, no one doubts he still has it. Eastwood is a grizzled veteran of 83 (41 in baseball years) who has appeared in a lot of movies. He can still act even in the twilight of his career. Plus, there was that one time he played in Trouble With the Curve! Baseball reference!
Alex Avila and Lon Chaney, Jr.
Who is Lon Chaney, Jr, you ask? If you are too lazy to click that link, he played the Wolf Man, also known as someone really hairy, also known as Avila by the middle of the 6th inning.
Duane Below and George Custer
The men share a lot in common: They were both born in the greatest state on Earth, moved up in the structure due to injuries of people above them, and enjoy a good fight against the Indians.
Rajai Davis and Every Little Leaguer Who Ever Managed to Hit a Ball Moderately Hard
Don Kelly and Don Kelly
Nobody in history compares to Don Kelly. He visits girls mauled by bears, leaps high over walls to take homers away, and continues to hold a job with a sub-.650 OPS. He'll qualify for free agency next year. Seriously.