For those who may worked up about whether or not it made sense for the Detroit Tigers to start Jeremy Bonderman on Tuesday (and I was getting to that point), you may now sit back and relax. Bonderman won't be giving that sore elbow a test, after all, according to Jason Beck.
After throwing a "really good" bullpen session on Saturday, which led to the original decision to give him Tuesday's starting nod, Bondo showed up to the ballpark on Sunday with "general soreness" (note that's not elbow soreness). Thus, he's been scratched, and Yorman Bazardo will be starting instead.
Shut it down, young Jeremy. Shut it down.